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Productive place to work
Teller and Vault Teller (Former Employee), WASeptember 18, 2014
Customer Service is always a learning part of this job. Meeting different and interesting people.
Management and co-workers are always there to help when needed
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fun work place
Teller (Former Employee), Lubbock, TXJune 8, 2014
This is a great place to work where things are never dull. We had a great team of people working together.
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Entry level job
Assistant Branch Manager (Former Employee), Lynnwood, WAFebruary 9, 2014
Work as a teller, vault teller, banker basic job of selling bank products
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Fun to work
Lending Assistant (Former Employee), Garland, TXSeptember 28, 2013
I had learned about the banking products, regulations, and diversity customer service skills
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Employees great group of quality people
Proof and Transit (Former Employee), Austin, TXAugust 6, 2013
A very diverse group, mostly from UT for part time jobs in the evening, though I was at business school at first, then loan officer's secretary and it supplemented my income.
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Good people
Market manager for Midland/Odessa market (Former Employee), Odessa, TXJuly 13, 2013
Cares about customers and employees. Good atmosphere and good management.
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Data Information Analyst
Data Information Analyst (Former Employee), New JerseyMarch 28, 2013
Worked with stakeholders and understanding their needs, eliciting the requirements.
Communicating with business users and analysts on business requirements. Gathered and documented technical and business Meta data.
Worked on creating BTEQ Reports for Credit Analysts, Delinquency recovery agents and others working at our service centers.
Utilized ODBC – more... for connectivity to Teradata & MS Excel for automating reports and graphical representation of data to the Business and Operational Analysts.
Coding using BTEQ SQL of TERADATA, writing UNIX scripts to validate, format and execute the SQL’s on UNIX environment.
Used UNIX shell script programming to calculate the date values and assigned to a UNIX variable and used these variables in BTEQ SQL Where conditions.
Worked with Teradata EXPLAIN facility, which describes to end-users how the database system will perform any requests.
Worked on loading data from flat files to Teradata tables using SAS Proc Import.
Performance Tuning and Optimization for increasing the efficiency of the scripts on large databases for fast accessing data and generating reports – less
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Great incentives, and health program.
New Accounts Representative (Former Employee), Lubbock, TXJanuary 12, 2013
Pros: gift card incentives
Cons: exceptions reports
Such a busy place, and so much to learn. Your day begins and ends before you know it. Management always on the move. Co-workers always seem to ready to form an opinion of others. The hardest part of this job was never letting your personal life inter fear with your work. You had to caring and sympathetic to our customer and their personal situations. – more... While the same time trying not think about your our inter trials. I loved the one on one contact with my customers. – less
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challenging Real Estate lending Environment, allowing for growth
Executive Vice President (Former Employee), Lynnwood, WAJune 23, 2012
Pros: the latitude the board allowed me to take to achieve execptional performance
Cons: some long hours are necessary to achieve high performance levels
Manage and educate staff and customers to achieve a higher performance level.
You must treat staff with respect and allow them to assume responsiblity and authority in concert to maximize personal satisfaction for yourself and your staff. You achieve a much higher level of performance if you educate rather than try to train staff personel.
Co-workers – more... need to be treated as equals to achieve higher performance levels.
You must have patience to allow staff to develop and allow for some mistakes in the learing process
The most enjoyable part is watching people grow and achieve what they never thought they could. – less