Banking tellers are responsible for processing and verifying banking vault operations on behalf of their organization, and their daily operations focus on facilitating the movement of financial assets in a secure way. Other main responsibilities focus on completing data functions to keep accurate operation records for future reference.
These individuals must work well in a team setting with other tellers to complete objectives in a timely manner. They may often write extensive operations reports and log any incidents as needed, as well as order new inventory and balance transactions for liability. They may also be in charge of monitoring security.
Those in this position work in banking facilities and must follow strict security regulations to prevent theft and finance loss-related incidents. They must be flexible to work varied schedules and report their progress to the banking vault supervisor, as well. These tellers must keep accurate count of incoming and outgoing amounts and have strong communication skills to interact with law enforcement agents as required. One of their main functions involves assisting in training sessions to improve efficiency of other workers, and conducting processes and preparing orders may also be part of the job. These individuals are often licensed and carry a firearm for their protection; they may also keep and protect different keys to identify different assets and commodities. They often conduct cash handling, and inventory control, and strive to resolve vault issues and provide maintenance to vault equipment and devices, as well.
A high school diploma is generally required for this position, and prior experience as a banking teller is highly beneficial. Industry certifications are also helpful.
Banking Teller Vault Tasks
Conduct financial transactions for customers, such as deposits and withdrawals.
Provide customers with information regarding personal and business accounts, as well products offered by the bank.
Ensure security of all transactions and of cash supply.