As a teller, you are on the front line when customers have the opportunity. My name is Evelyn Perez. I’m a cashier at Citizens Bank. My name is Richard Nicola. I’m a senior cashier at Citizens Bank. Before that, I was actually in the high-end retail business, and if you want to come to the bank, you need to have personality and knowledge in the bank.
Living in Citizens Bank is very smooth, because the training is very good and very hands-on, after the training, you will be very proactive and ready to work.
The most challenging part of being a cashier is operating, having a lot of responsibility for sales and ensuring the success of your branch. I personally like interaction with customers, and I like to provide them with services that I can help them. If you need a home equity, a mortgage, or a high-growth savings account, we can do more to serve you better.
We define the excellent customer service through how we treat our customers every day. I started as a cashier, you don’t need a college degree to start, I don’t have a degree, and I’ve been working in the company for more than 90 days. There, I had Mia’s ATM trustee and planned to make me a Flex banker, which undoubtedly made me proud. When I came home, I felt good because I knew I had been helping others all day.