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Teller Service Specialist - Intern

Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union
Job Description

MidMinnesota Federal Credit Union is hiring for a Teller Service Specialist - Intern!

General Purpose: Under supervision and in accordance with procedures and system receive members in person and by telephone. Explain and promote all credit union services to members when required. Provide teller services to members and process all types of teller transactions, i.e., loan payments, withdrawals, night deposits and mail deposits. Provide members with information regarding the credit union’s products and services.

Fundamental Duties:

  • Responsible to maintain the highest standards of Integrity, Personal Responsibility, Sense of Community, and Teamwork by self-example within and outside Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union
  • Responsible for building member loyalty through an uncompromised commitment to meeting and exceeding member’s expectations
  • Responsible to develop and maintain relationships with credit union members by determining member needs and maximizing all opportunities to sell additional credit union products and services
Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
  • Receive members personally or by telephone; determine nature of the member's business and whether to transact the member's request or refer the member to the proper staff person
  • Responsible to handle members requests per member’s directions with complete accuracy in a timely manner
  • Make decisions when accepting checks and be responsible to follow established policy guidelines reducing risk and monetary losses by following all procedures, following up on restrictions while maintaining acceptable service standards
  • Comply with all federal and NCUA regulations to include but not limited to (Reg CC, Bank Secrecy Act, Reg D, Truth in Savings)
  • Receive share deposits and make share withdrawals and transfers, VISA credit card payments, VISA advances, loan payments, mortgage payments
  • Refer credit union services that best meet the member’s financial needs. To include product accounts and electronic delivery channels
  • Provide official checks/money orders and gift cards
  • Redeem Savings Bonds
  • Completing CTR reports when members exceed the threshold set by federal regulations
  • Operate and balance coin machine
  • Operate postage machine for outgoing mail, prepare and process mail
  • Submit checks thru our Check Imaging system
  • Opens and closes building daily, ensuring alarm system is activated and deactivated. Must be able to process day end reports
  • Maintain security and be responsible for cash drawer, open and close the computer terminal; account for assigned cash and accurately balance to the computer balance sheet
  • Responsible for day ending balancing of inventory items money orders and closing out the VISA advances
  • Finding errors in paperwork in a timely manner and correcting them with supervisor’s help
Other Duties/Responsibilities:
  • Research account information or discrepancies for members at their request
  • Process check orders, make address changes, direct loan documents and other correspondence to correct departments
  • Close accounts when requested, according to procedure
  • Count, sort, and wrap coin received as necessary
  • Scan receipts and documents into the imaging system
  • Take part in all required training sessions and use educational materials available through the Credit Union
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications
Knowledge:

  • Working knowledge of all teller functions
  • Working knowledge of general ledger accounts pertinent to the department
  • Working knowledge of the credit union's products and services
  • Working knowledge of organization's policies/procedures and Credit Union's service philosophy
  • Working knowledge of safety and security program for false alarms, robberies, bomb threats and extortion
  • Working knowledge of credit union's in-house computer systems
Skills: The credit union is committed to working with its employees to reasonably accommodate them with the physical aspects of the position. The following list outlines the physical considerations that are normally encountered in this job
  • Vision: Ability to handle cash transactions and verify financial transactions. Ability to complete necessary paperwork
  • Speech/Hearing: Ability to communicate verbally and in writing with staff, members and vendors
  • Manual Dexterity: Ability to perform necessary computer-related input
  • Physical Mobility: Must be able to operate teller window. Requires the ability to work flexible hours. Ability to carry bags of coin
Ability:
  • Ability to assess needs of multiple members and prioritize requests to ensure that all members receive the highest quality service possible. Ability to handle daily routine with moderate freedom to interpret and act upon various situations
  • Ability to present a professional and personable personality that communicates to members and visitors that the credit union is a professional financial institution
  • Ability to interact with more than one department daily
  • Ability to work within precise standardized guidelines with some latitude to make decisions and take initiative to resolve problems or unique circumstances
  • Ability to possess versatility and flexibility to successfully serve as a back-up to other positions as required
  • Ability to understand and follow moderately complex written and oral instructions
  • Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to accept limited responsibility for funds/records and access to confidential data
Education/Experience:
  • Job requires a high school level of language, math and reasoning skills
  • Two years experience in a related field with equal responsibilities is acceptable
  • Formal training should be supplemented with continuing education
Working Conditions Material and Equipment Involved:
  • In-House Computer System & Printers
  • 10-Key Calculator
  • Check imaging system
  • Personal Computer
  • Currency Counter
  • Coin Sorter
  • Fax Machine
  • Check Signer
  • Credit Card Machine
  • Copier Work
Environment/Physical Activities:
  • Ability to stand/sit constantly throughout workday
  • Ability to lift up to 50.5 lbs
  • Job requires continual bending of neck to complete tasks
  • Ability to oversee fast-paced area and handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Work creates normal fatigue daily
  • Work creates moderate stress during certain periods during daily routine
  • Job does not have specific volume and pace of work standards except that the job requires that members be served in the most timely manner possible
  • The job calls for a high degree of mental concentration to interpret and act upon a wide range of situations
  • Job requires extensive member contact on a continual basis
  • The job requires a high degree of attention to details
To apply: Please go to our website here and fill out the online application.
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