Universal Banker I

Company Name:
Brotherhood Bank & Trust
Under direct supervision and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the successful candidate performs a variety of duties ensuring the smooth operation in the Retail area. These responsibilities include performing numerous activities associated with the teller and personal banking functions. The employees work influences the professional image of the Bank within the
it serves.
Ability to prepare or interpret detailed written materials and/or perform detailed mathematical functions.
Specialized training in basic principles or techniques in specific areas such as, customer service, personal computers, teller/personal banking is necessary.
Minimum educational requirement includes a high school degree and equivalent with prior sales and customer service experience in a retail banking environment; a college degree is preferred.
Previous background in direct sales and a proven track record in a sales goal/ incentive environment will enhance the performance of this job.
Demonstrated proficiency in interpersonal communications, verbal and written, is mandatory. This
requires daily interaction with employees, clients and vendors; concise communication, translation and interpretation of various concepts are critical.
A thorough knowledge of the procedures and polices related to the smooth functioning of the teller, personal banking, overdraft protection/safe deposit area and a working knowledge of the on-line
system for information retrieval by using a CRT or teller terminal is necessary.
should have an understanding of compliance with Federal & State laws governing teller, personal banking, and overdraft protection/safe deposit areas.
Attention to detail required.
Previous demonstrated ability to work independently with little direct supervision.
Required registration on the federal Nation-wide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) Registry

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