Media Manager (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – January 22, 2017
Although the position was sometimes overwhelming, my manager took the time to help with issues, brain-storm on how to best tackle an issue, always had time for interruptions and constantly supported me. I have become much more proficient in using Excel, learned some great tips.
Network Engineer III (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 6, 2016
IT was a project. I was there for a project, where the executives are. So of course, the environment is nice.That's why I don't think this review that's matter. However, it is important to say everybody was nice, specially the First Financial CEO.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 8, 2015
A typical day at worked I learned how to be a receptionist and all the stuff they do. The hardest part of the job was having to let the customers know that the Manager was hardly ever in even though she was. The enjoyable part of this job was when I could help what the Customer where looking for and all.
Member Support Specialist (Former Employee) – West Covina, CA – June 10, 2014
I worked for First Fjinancial headquarters in West Covina. Again I did a variety of back office functions from payroll deductions, change of address, VOS's, ect. Great supervisors and great co-workers to work with.
An enjoyable and interesting place to work with lots to learn.
Teller, Statement Processsor, Inclearing processor (Former Employee) – Downingtown, PA – April 9, 2013
Working at First Financial was an unforgettable experience, the manager at the Thorndale Branch advanced my skills in banking by putting me in charge of accounting for all Travelers Checks. I was also asked to help with balancing the main vault. My co-workers were some of the nicest people, and I still try to maintain contact with a few, but it is very difficult as I am now working third shift. One of the most enjoyable parts was when the branch manager in Frazer bribed me with a huge chocolate chip cookie because she wanted me to stay on in Frazer. Being one of the few tellers to understand certified checks, I took pleasure in training other tellers how they were created and how they operated. As an Inclearing Processor, I found it interesting to balance the account. Reconciling the general ledger for all incoming checks was one of the most challenging and enjoyable jobs I've ever had. Other employee's said that they did not get it, and hated doing it. When I finally made sense of it, it became the bright spot in my day to see how quickly I could get it balanced, making sure that all the necessary details were included. Training others to reconcile the general ledger was a challenging and rewarding experience.
Account Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 22, 2013
Working for State Farm Insurance and learning how to skip trace I would say this was my first collection job when I came to the Valley management was great my co-worker was very helpful and meeting my goal also helping the customer .
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Winder, GA – November 25, 2012
Set up program. Posted money to accounts. Took applications. Ran credit reports. This was my start to a new career. Management was also new and came in with great enthusium, but soon lost intrest in her job and became difficult to work with and became the hardest part of the job. I enjoyed being trained and learn new skills.