Friendly staff, continuously busy, mood is always light but staff if always alert. I have learned work scanning, data entry, cash balancing, debit card ordering, check ordering, inventory count, inventory organization, vault balancing, money orders, cashiers checks, cash advancements, CTR filings, hold placements, fraud suspicion, client services, client – more... satisfaction, and much more. The hardest part of the job was learning to form sentences structured on client satisfaction while keeping procedures on a need-to-know basis only and meeting referral requirements (Excelsior Springs is a small town) – less
Personal Banker (Current Employee), Shawnee, KS – May 1, 2013
Pros: fun environment and we all get along very well.
Cons: hard to advance.
A typical day at the location I am currently working at is very slow as far as traffic. We are surrounded by multiple banks in a small area. Working their has taught me to get creative to reach my goals and help me better my leadership role. The hardest part of the job is the re-ocurring customers and trying to make sales to them. They tend to get tired – more... of us asking. Myself and my co-workers work well together and try to make the environment fun while we get our job done. – less
Bank Teller (Former Employee), Savannah, MO – April 8, 2013
Pros: fellow employees, benefits
Cons: schedule, compensation
Working at the branch was an enjoyable experience. Co-workers and clients are supportive and a joy. Upper management is not engaged with the smaller branches and sets goals that are unattainable. Company does not equip the small branches with the tools they need to be successful.
Teller (Current Employee), Excelsior Springs, MO – March 5, 2013
Pros: close to home
Cons: long hours on your feet
I enjoyed my job at Bank Midwest very much. Great work atmospere, fast paced and challenging. My favorite part of the job is building relationships with customers and the community. Management is fair and honest. I learned alot about handling large amounts of currency under dual controls.
Lacking experience in rural branch growth opportunities.
PERSONAL BANKER (Former Employee), Marshall, MO – September 4, 2012
Pros: large bank with lots of opportunity
Cons: team players, knowledge in management
Bank Midwest was going through rough times while I worked there. They were bought out by NBH Holding Company. I am very stimulated by growth in sales. Being in an environment that was under that type of crisis was hard. Having the right employees in place is key for growth. I have met members of the new Holding Company at a Manager's Meeting, and I – more... do feel that they will be very successful. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Springfield, MO – February 20, 2012
Pros: lots of training & encouragement
Overall this is a good company to work for. The management team strives to help employees by coaching & being leaders for sales activities. Hours of operation are undesirable but good for the customers. Products are good.