Summer Float Intern Bank Teller (Former Employee) – Westford, MA – February 2, 2018
Each day was a great learning experience in the marketing field, in the realm of customer communication, and the professional work life. I played a role in assisting customers with a variety of different bank initiatives including deposits, withdrawals, money orders, savings bonds and more. Part of my job was also to recognize opportunities in which I could recommend products and services that I believe met the customers’ needs. I was to work independently, behind my own teller line, resolving customer issues and completing their transactions accurately and efficiently. I feel as though I have truly grown in many aspects of being a customer service representative. I attest part of my growth to Enterprise who has given me this CSR opportunity for two summers in a row
HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER (Former Employee) – Imperial, MO – August 9, 2017
Due to a merger I have only been working for this company since February. They are a very health conscious company. Hosting Weight Watchers at work and making sure there is adequate work/life balance. Everyone is very nice and always listens to your suggestions or observations.
Mortgage Loan Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – May 19, 2017
Enterprise Bank & Trust has tough me to not just look at a person and take only their answer but to always have the whole picture before giving an answer. I love working with people I believed that is my call in this life. I just want to move to a new career and advanced into a new phase of success.
Great Company and Amazing! For business owners killer University!
Client Service Officer II (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 11, 2016
Enterprise Bank has a great atmosphere, I'm sad the downsized my position. I looked at my role as a start up position and planned to attain a Relationship management position. Thanks for the opportunity! Continue to Teach clients at the University, that makes this financial institution a valuable asset to the community.
Mortgage Loan Processor (Former Employee) – Creve Coeur, MO – July 15, 2016
Do not work for this company. If you are not part of their "clicks" you will not succeed. I was put in as a Loan Processor and for the first few momths my immediate supervisor was so busy that she left me sat there with little to nothing to do. This went on for months..then there was a BIG shift in leadership in the sale division. This created major tension between sales staff and key management staff. It had gotten so bad that there started to be shouting matches almost on a daily basis. This was making the work environment nearly impossible to function in. Once new leadership was established...it only got worse.. To his credit he was trying to make things better but, one of the key management people was making that virtually impossible and nothing was being done about her. I was coached only once before being let go about issues that they "thought needed improvement" I feel this happened because I was given an impossible situation to navigate through. Bonuses really don't exist. I was given a whopping $50 at Christmas..I'll admit it was better than nothing but, really? No other bonus structures existed. When I left overtime did exist and pipelines had grown but, with two particular key management people in charge it makes the job difficult and the work environment hostile because key sales personal who have been wit the company for many years find these two people dis loyal and un trustworthy.
Processor/Closer (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – December 19, 2014
Enterprise was an enjoyable work place. It was a very productive, hard working, busy company. The work load was thriving and kept me going on a daily basis. The co-workers and management were always very helpful and approachable. I enjoyed my time there very much. I only left there because I was hired as a temporary employee to work for a 9 month commitment which I completed. I hope to have the opportunity to continue working for an establishment such as Enterprise in the near future. The best part of the job was always the day to day work load. I thrive on pressure and accomplishing goals. The hardest part of my job would probably be telling a borrower that we could not get them approved or that they needed more money to close than they had. Letting borrowers down was never something I enjoyed doing but it was part of the job at times so I did it as I had to.
Lead Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Leominster, MA – June 4, 2014
Worked 40 hours per week. Learned how to handle successfully large amounts of cash Worked with a variety of co-workers Hardest part of the job is combining customer service and selling The most enjoyable part of the job is serving the people and meeting their needs
Great place to work and my co-workers made it an even better place to work.
Bookkeeper/Office Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 4, 2014
I started with this bank when it was only nine month old so I assisted in helping it become what it is today. Many of us that started there, remained there for a very long time. I really did enjoy working with the whole staff, we all seemed to grow together for the bank as well as ourselves. All in all in was a great 23 years.
Christmas party, tickets to different events, free lunch when we where busy or made it in on snow days, family oriented.
Electronic Banking Specialist (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 23, 2013
I was responsible for all incoming and outgoing wires for our 16 locations in the Missouri, Kansas City, and Arizona markets. I am also was responsible for maintaining the banks balance with our investment bank and the Federal Reserve. The job that I performed on a daily basis is a very fast paced, detail oriented, and crucial job to the bank. My job required high volume work to be done in a short period of time with minimal errors. I had also assisted in writing a procedures book for all new hires to use as a tool in the training process. I had assisted in the training process of new employees, and also held a position on the banks disaster recovery team.