If your bank teller resume has not been accepted for its value in the job market despite several attempts, there might be something you are doing wrong. Here is a checklist that will help you figure out what you are missing:
Resume Homework: Have you done your resume home work? Conducting background research on the prospective employer is crucial in building an on the mark resume.
First Impression: The format you have chosen, the lay out, the font and summary that tops your resume, all contribute to your first impression. Make an impressive first impression.
Focus: Read your document. Does it appear to be that of a focused candidate who is aware of personal competencies and has a direction? If it doesn’t, fix it!
Audience Appeal: Is your resume employer focused? Address the employers’ demanded skills to make it appealing for your audience.
Bank Teller Resume Example
|699 Kinsley Sq
Quincy, MA 56822
|neil @ email . com
Cashiering ● Customer Service ● Communication
Performance Summary: Dependable and detail oriented professional offering 7+ years of hands on experience in diverse banking environments. Outstanding reputation for maintaining highest level of customer service standards. Particularly effective in reconciliation tasks.
|☑ Transaction Processing||☑ Mortgage and IRAs||☑ Cash Handling|
|☑ Traveler’s Check||☑ Check Endorsement||☑ Credit Union Services|
|☑ Queries Handling||☑ Secrecy Act Compliance||☑ Banking Policies|
|☑ Regulatory Compliance||☑ ATM Balancing||☑ Money Order|
Teller | Quincy Credit Union, Quincy, MA | 6/2011 – Present
Responsibilities include: Transaction processing and responding to customer queries adequately.
• Reduced average customer wait time by 60% by processing transactions systematically, implementing automated mechanisms where possible
• Trained 5 new employees regarding safe deposit box procedures and operations
• Fixed an ATM error effectively saving the company from a lot of service/ replacement cost and the clients from inconvenience
Cashier | Bank of America, Quincy, MA | 10/2007 – 5/2011
Responsibilities included: Cash receiving, calculating change and receipt issuing.
• Implemented effective cash drawer balancing protocols that resulted in a 20% increase in accuracy level of transactions
• Sold 100 traveler’s checks in one day near closing to reach and exceeded the set sales target by 10% through development of effective customer relation networking
COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Quincy, MA, 2006
ABC COLLEGE, Quincy, MA, 2007
Diploma in Accountancy
|● MS Office applications||● Data entry||● Typing speed: 55 WPM|
|● 10 key punching||● Accounting software||● Lotus 1-2-3, and Class|
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