Peak-Time Teller - Flora, IL (Part-time / 10 Hours)

Our Tellers are the faces of U.S. Bank to many of our customers and non-customers alike. They help customers meet their financial goals by handling routine financial transactions (deposits, withdrawals, advances, loan payments, merchant transactions, etc.) and giving a warm welcome to everyone who comes into the branch. Our Tellers also inform customers of other products and services that meet their needs.
Our Peak Time Teller positions are exactly what they sound like. These positions are typically less than 20 hours per week, have a set schedule during our peak branch hours when additional teller support is needed most, and receive a higher salary in the form of a shift premium. This Peak Time Teller position at this branch is for 10 hours per week and scheduling would consist of working four or five days per week as noted below. In addition to base pay which is based on the candidate's skills, experience, and qualifications, this position is also be eligible to receive a 35% shift premium.
Typical Week A: Monday through Friday 11am to 1pm
Typical Week B: Monday, Tuesday, Friday 11am to 1pm, Saturday 8:15am to 12:15pm
At U.S. Bank, you'll get the incentives, support and tools you need to meet your goals and build a meaningful career. We reward top performance and ethical team players. Overall, we are looking for people who want more than just a job ? who want to make a difference in the communities where we live and work. Apply today and explore what's possible with a career at U.S. Bank.
Basic Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum one year of experience in customer service
Physical requirements: May be required to stand for extended periods of time and may be required to lift bags/boxes of coin weighing up to 50 pounds
Preferred Skills/Experience
Basic clerical and processing skills
Effective interpersonal/customer service skills
Strong reading, writing and mathematical skills
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with customers and coworkers
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Willingness to gain knowledge of U.S. Bancorp products
Bilingual language skills a plus
Previous cash handling experience

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