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Bank Teller Resume Example

In addition to handling money—from accepting deposits to dispensing withdrawals—bank tellers are responsible for greeting customers, solving account issues, performing account maintenance, and more. They also need to have a deep knowledge of operating procedures. Show off all your banking skills and know-how with the help of this handy resume guide.

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Anthony Bryant

555-555-5555 | anthony.bryant@example.com | Thatherton, MA 02061


Summary

Detail-oriented bank teller with more than six years of experience processing high volumes of error-free transactions and meeting scorecard goals. Reliable and professional, with a thorough understanding of general accounting and finance principles. Skilled at providing customers with a positive banking experience.


Experience

Chesterland Community Credit UnionChesterland, MA

April 2017-Present

Bank Teller

  • Opened new customer accounts including checking, savings, and lines of credit
  • Strictly adhered to all procedures governing bank security cash handling and audits

Hudson Savings & LoanWalters, MA

February 2015-April 2017

Bank Teller

  • Delivered superior customer service to both in-person and phone customers, helping resolve various types of customer issues and complaints
  • Advised and supervised new employees, training junior bank tellers the computer system and in customer service best practices

Norton BankMiddlefield, MA

June 2012-February 2015

Bank Teller

  • Managed up to three dozen customer transactions per hour with extreme accuracy
  • Balanced ATMs, Teller Cash Dispensers, and Teller Cash Recyclers

Education

Eastlake High School

June 2012

High School Diploma


Skills

  • WPM 90 typist
  • Excellent customer service
  • MS Office proficient
  • Strong sense of banking ethics
  • Good mathematical ability

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Remember that the role is rooted in service.

It’s not just about handling money; as a bank teller, you must handle customers, too. Use your resume to explain what great customer service means to you, and how you’ve given it to your customers again and again.

List all your skills separately.

Some job applicants like to intertwine their skills with their job experience. If they used skills A, B, and C while working for Job X, they’ll mention those skills in the same section of the resume that describes the job. While this is certainly a fine way to format your resume, it’s still important to have a separate section that lists out all your skills in their entirety.

Be open to change and evolution.

A soft skill to embody and display when applying to a finance job—or any industry these days—is adaptability. Demonstrating an ability to grow and shift as a bank teller, learning new industry rules or standards, will help you stand out.

Top Action Verbs for Bank Tellers

Facilitated, solved, planned, earned, implemented, managed, obtained, generated, improved, cultivated, grew, guided

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