Commercial Loan Processor I (Former Employee), First Financial Bank – July 18, 2014
I held a few different positions while employed with FFB but my favorite would have to be while I was Loan Processor in Retail Lending mainly due to how our department was ran. I enjoyed the communication with our underwriting staff as well as our loan officers out in the retail centers. We always had a large amount of loans coming in daily but even – more... with our increasing work flow I still enjoyed it. – less
Client Service Advisor / Teller (Former Employee), Highland, IN – June 20, 2014
Co-workers weren't so nice. All they do is tell on everything you do. The hardest part of the job was being there with the manager. The manager picked on people. A typical day at work would be very fast or some slow days. Stayed to myself and kept quiet. You get in trouble for doing anything
Client Service Advisor I (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – June 19, 2014
A typical day at work would be running transactions, opening accounts, ATM balancing and answering phones while reaching out to clients to inform them about our products and making sure that they are receiving the most beneficial products that are out there for them to succeed with their financials.
Sales Support Specialist (Current Employee), Columbus, IN – May 28, 2014
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: working every saturday
I love helping the clients and meeting new people. I am the head teller and assist tellers with any issues that may arise. I also balance drawers and vault. I love my fellow co-workers but the hours can be a little extended.
Client Service Administrator (Former Employee), Schererville, IN – April 18, 2014
Pros: breaks, lunches, sitting, morning hours, great support in training
Cons: that they were based in another state
A typical work day started with downloading any and all documents and forms that I needed and from there simply following clear cut procedures. I learned that it is easiest to be efficient when there are no gray areas unless they are handled by management. I had caring and kind co-workers. The hardest part of the job was when you could not legally do – more... anything to help a customer. Yet the most enjoyable part was to see when you were able to help a customer just when they thought that nothing else could be done. – less
Research and Resolution Analyst (Former Employee), Cincinnati, OH – February 15, 2014
Pros: many departments to work in and grow
This company was so good to work for that I worked there for 5 years and then came back and worked for another 5 years. I left for 4 years to start my own business. I would still be there but I relocated out of town and could not stay. I hated to leave. My team members were my second family and enjoyed going to work.