Banking Teller: Cashes checks, accepts deposits and loan payments, and processes withdrawals. Keeps records... [+] More
Banking Teller: Cashes checks, accepts deposits and loan payments, and processes withdrawals. Keeps records of money and negotiable instruments involved in financial transactions. Enters customers' transactions into computer to record transactions, and issues computer-generated receipts.
Receives and pays out money, and keeps records of money and negotiable instruments involved in financial transactions. Receives checks and cash for deposit, verifies amount, and examines checks for endorsements. Cashes checks and pays out money after verification of signatures and customer balances. Places holds on accounts for uncollected funds. Orders daily supply of cash and counts incoming cash. Balances currency, coin, and checks in cash drawer at end of shift and compares totaled amounts with data displayed on computer screen. Explains, promotes, or sells products or services, such as travelers' checks, savings bonds, money orders, and cashier's checks. May handle commercial business accounts. May open new accounts. May sell saving bonds, accept payments for customer's utility bills and charge cards, process paperwork for certificates of deposit, and sell travelers' checks. May remove deposits from, and count and balance cash in, automated teller machines and night depository. May accept utility bill and loan payments. May use office equipment to prepare checks and financial documents. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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