Bank Teller Resume Example

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


Neil Jacobson

699 Kinsley Sq
Quincy, MA 56822
neil @ email . com
(004) 333-2222
(008) 555-2287

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

BS, Finance

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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