Eastside N - COTTAGE LAKE - Woodinville, WA - TELLER (20 Hours) - Part-Time

Company Name:
Bank of America
### Job description
Responsibilities : Professional Tellers are responsible for the processing of transactions accurately and efficiently in a fast paced environment. Your duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
Ability to work within established policies, procedures and guidelines
Identifying customer needs and referring financial products and services
Consistently seeking to delight our customers and delivering exceptional customer service with a positive attitude
Building customer loyalty; establishing customer relationships through courtesy and friendliness, including addressing each customer by name
Contributing to a positive team environment in the banking center through teamwork, team spirit and coaching
May be required to work Saturdays and or extended hours
### Qualifications
_Required Skills_ :
Minimum of six months customer service experience
Ability to work effectively as a team member
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to respond and assist customers with inquiries and/or problem resolution
Careful attention to detail and time management
Pass teller pre-employment assessment
_Desired Skills_ :
Minimum of six months cash handling experience
Previous experience with cross-selling, upselling, and/or referring products
Ability to identify customer financial needs, goals and objectives
Proficiency in basic computer skills
Previous banking/financial services/teller experience
Posting Date: 08/08/2014
Location: US-WA-Woodinville
Travel: No
Full / Part-time: Parttime
Hours Per Week: 20.00
Shift: 1st Shift
Weekly Schedule: 20 Hrs Sat 930-115, Tue, Thu, Fri 930-615
Job Number: 1400060806

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