Typical Teller duties and occasionally supervisor duty. Co workers are great but like every other work place, there are difference. Sometimes a bit stressful for a full time student and a full time teller.
I'm a part-time teller at Sandy Spring Bank in Burtonsville,Md. I get twenty eight hours per week and i mostly work in the drive through section of the bank. I handle customers transactions in a speedily manner and provide excellent customer service while offering other products.
great company to work with. Very friendly and supportive.
Full time summer floater teller (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – September 21, 2016
The company is very small. They push sales and hassle you to open accounts. There ant a lot of customers that come all the time so branch manager will have you standing outside hassling innocent people walking the side walks to open accounts.
A regular working day starts with the morning meeting with the setting goals for every one at the office, mostly sales goals, or service improvement goals. I personally had no trouble of working and meeting my goals.
Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – Olney, MD – October 25, 2015
small office but you get a chance to get to know everyone you work with. My supervisor was nice and made sure that he made the atmosphere was a fun place to work. Everyone is willing to assist you if you have a question.
Customer Care (Former Employee) – Maryland, MD – October 6, 2015
A very disorganized bank. Management is so bad. Instead of letting you know what you have done wrong, they talk behind you and when they see you, they look at you and make you feel worthless. They don't even know what the are doing. Especially in their back offices Good management lets you know what needs to be corrected but they are always talking about people behind their back. The team lead is talking about the supervisor, and the supervisor's boss. The worst place to work. If you need to schedule a PTO, it has to be 30days in advance?? Really?
I learned a great deal about banking from my co-workers at Sandy Spring Bank. The upper management is excellent, and interacts well with employees. The hardest part of the job was the ebb and flow of the workload - incredibly busy at the beginning of the month, and not so busy other times. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with co-workers.
An hour lunch break, traditional work hours - 8 to 5, very intelligent people to learn from, lived very close to work, they were very involved in the communities
The dress code was changed recently to Business dress, I worked in the basement with no windows
Teller (Former Employee) – Clarksville, MD – February 4, 2015
Good overall company, day to day work is what you would expect from a teller. However specific to my location there was very high turnover rate.Tellers at the time started with 5 and be the end of a year only 1 of the original 5 was left. Branch manager also changed. Personal banker had changed and teller supervisor was on the way out the door as well.