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Teller Supervisor (Full Time) - New Waverly (10631)

HOURS MAY VARY! Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 6:00pm
Alternating Saturdays: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Prosperity Bank is seeking to fill the position of Full-Time Teller Supervisor at our New Waverly banking center.
The Teller Supervisor is responsible for implementing existing policies, procedures, and systems involving cashiering operations and customer service functions. Coordinates, directs, and assigns work. Resolves more complex problems, and oversees balancing. Responsible for smooth flow of Teller lines, adequate window coverage, and general training and supervision of Tellers. Oversees provision of a full range of services (including phone and mail) to customers and prospective customers. Ensures that customers are promptly and professionally served.
Prosperity Bank is committed to providing our customers a personalized service experience, we're looking for people who are passionate about satisfying customers, will not settle for the average, embrace creativity and operate with a sense of purpose. If this is you, then we are looking forward to meeting you and are excited that you are interested in joining Prosperity Bank - where we are Simply Better!
Come join our team and explore the endless possibilities that a career in banking can provide!
A pre-employment credit check will be performed on all qualified applicants.
Prosperity Bank is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and Member of the FDIC.
Required Skills
Excellent communication and leadership skills
Supervisory and training abilities.
Professional appearance, dress, and attitude.
Solid math skills.
Ability to operate related computer software, and business equipment including 10-key, money counters, and telephone.
Required Experience
High school diploma or equivalent.
A thorough knowledge of Teller and Personal Banker I operations and procedures.
Basic understanding of Bank operations, including opening and closing accounts, loans, IRA, and certificate procedures.
Understanding of Bank philosophy.
Knowledge of basic accounting.
Prior Banking Experience Required.



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