Bank Teller Resume Example
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Bank Teller Resume Example
A teller is an employee of a bank who deals directly with most customers. In some places, this employee is known as a cashier. Most teller jobs require cash handling experience and a high school diploma. Most banks provide on the job training. This is a Resume Example showing a competent, personable, and highly motivated banking professional, having over three years successful experience as a bank teller.
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Bank Teller Resume Example


A competent, personable, and highly motivated banking professional, having over three years' successful experience as a bank teller. Recognized for ......

  • Competency and thoroughness
  • Going the "extra mile"
  • Strong communication skills
  • Work well under pressure
  • Superb customer service skills
  • Patience and composure
  • Analytical aptitude
  • Upbeat and positive attitude

Computer Skills:

  • IBM & MAC
  • TF-5000 Banking System
  • Baltimore 8500
  • Teller-ALL
  • Quicken
  • Window 95
  • WordPerfect


Stetson University, St.Petersburg, Florida
Associate Degree: Accounting

Barnett Bank, Tampa, Florida
Internship, teller, Records, Vault Services *****1989 - 90

University of Miami, Extension, Coral Gables, FL
Currently Enrolled-Nights: Bachelor of Science Degree: Accounting (Expected graduation date: 5/98)


Great Western Bank, Kendall Lakes, FL ***** 1993 - Present
Bank Teller / Customer Service

  • Customer service handling daily transactions
  • Resolving customers' problems; working with other departments to this end
  • Promoting new bank services, bank credit cards, and loan programs


  • Train and supervise new hires
  • Named "Rookie of the Year," for most productive new teller, 1993
  • Recognized for highest level of accuracy of all 18 tellers, 1995


Volleyball, tennis, sailing, horseback riding, hiking, surfing the internet

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