Senior Teller at Bank of America Corp. (BOFA) Salary
A Senior Teller at Bank of America Corp. (BOFA) earns an average wage of $15.20 per hour. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this career.
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Bank of America Corp. (BOFA) Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Senior Teller at Bank of America Corp. (BOFA)?
Senior Teller in Newark:
"Great place to work!"
Pros: I absolutely love working for BofA. They have so much opportunity for growth and offer so much to their employees. I know I read articles before my first interview a few years back saying how cut throat it was and things such as that but it is not the case. It is definitely a competitive environment, you have to be the best to move up, but I think that is the way that it should be. You should have to work for your accomplishments not just get handed promotions because you have been with a company for a year. If you are driven and want to learn and succeed they offer so much training and development programs for you to utilize to move up. There are also so many departments that if one is not for you or satisfying you can always look elsewhere after your first year with the bank. Highly recommend!
Cons: Because of the nature of a contact center environment the role can become tedious. There are still plenty of things that you can do between customer interactions to keep yourself engaged if you are willing to participate in development exercises.
Senior Teller in Davenport:
Pros: 1. Meeting interesting people. 2. Predictable good schedule. 3. Countrywide company with option to transfer to other states. 4. Offers tuition and child care reimbursement. 5. Employee programs that offer support in emotional, legal and even health issues.
Cons: 1. Very brain-numbing repetitive transactions that become extremely annoying after doing them so long. I need more intellectual challenges. 2. Annoying, rude and crazy customers. 3. Standing up the whole entire time. 4. Very difficult to climb up the ladder outside of retail banking. 5. Crazy referral and sales pressure expectations. 6. Knowing that any little mistake could cost you your job. 7. Working with lazy people. 8. I hate being on the floor while wearing a suit. Because of change orders, night drops etc... I'm constantly on the floor arranging, lifting and opening boxes of coins. Yet I'm expected to wear a suit.
Key Stats for Senior Teller
Rated 4 out of 5
based on 3 votes.