Banker (Current Employee), Old Saybrook, CT – July 15, 2014
There is no longer the traditional Teller position at Webster Bank. Employees have all completed training in Universal Banking which gave us the knowledge to provide services beyond the traditional Teller duties. Everyday is different but over a period of a week I will complete deposit transactions, open new accounts, assist customers in obtaining a – more... loan and perform audits. My most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction with the customers and successfully helping them with their financial needs. – less
Teller (Current Employee), Seekonk – April 17, 2014
Pros: food, customers
Cons: not enough hours given
Honey Dew Donuts was my first job when I was fifteen up to seventeen years old. I learned basical skills for any workplace; how to handle customers and the start of customer service. The co-workers at this job were great and managment as well. Hours were had to get at this job however, which caused me to leave some time after. The job is itself was – more... good. – less
Working at Webster Bank was an expereince to understand the banking domain
Business Analyst (Former Employee), Waterbury, CT – April 4, 2014
My typical working day would depend upon what Software Development Life Cycle I am in, I would typically start my day by reviewing my outlook and see if there are any meeting to attend. The challenges which i faced at the project was to understand the changing business dynamics.
Call Center Representative (Current Employee), Sheboygan, WI 53081 – December 31, 2013
Nice people to work with. Good training program. Never ending opportunities to learn. Sometimes hard to manage your time with increasing call volumes, but it is good to be busy. I enjoy talking to people all over the country.
Bank Teller (Former Employee), New Bedford, MA – November 26, 2013
Pros: great benefits as soon as you hired. paid holidays, vacation, and company match of 401k
Cons: sales back in 2008 after economy crash was very difficult.
Loved working in customer service. responsible for large amounts of cash. Maintained customer confindentiality. The team at the branch always worked together and we had regular training to keep up with rates and policies.
ability to advance my knowledge of the financial field
Teller Supervisor (Former Employee), Newington, CT – November 5, 2013
Pros: able to benefit my customers with recommendations that best fit their needs
At Webster Bank, I was provided with the opportunity to advance my career based on my ability to perform with attention to detail and leadership skills. Developing the ability to follow requirements required by the bank and government entities. I learned about many products and was able to recommend products and services that would benefit my customers.
• IT professional with 7 years of experience as a Quality Analyst with solid experience in Manual/Automated Testing. • Strong understanding and exper
QA Analyst (Current Employee), New Britain, CT – October 30, 2013
• Analyze User Requirements with the team. • Prepared test plans and test matrix. • Performed point-point and end-end testing (both part of Integration testing) coordinating Defect Resolution. • Worked on testing and documenting issues on QAT (Quality Assurance Issues) and production (Defects) environments • Escalated Issues with the Development teams – more... for critical issues and showstoppers. • Responsible for coordinating and training the Users during UAT • Performed database testing ,writing SQL queries retrieving data and validating against the UI • Tested and reported browser compatibility issues for usability of the application on all types of browsers including IE7,IE8, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. • Coordinated with Business Analysts and developers on various requirements & defects • Executed Test Cases and verified actual results against expected results. • Develop Test Plans, Test Cases and reported defects using Quality Center. • Tested web services responses from third party using SOAPUI. – less
I like when at the end of the day my cash draw is accurate.
Bank Teller (Former Employee), New Britain, CT – October 28, 2013
Pros: i like when i am recognize for the great job that i did.
Cons: when i misplace cash not in the appropriate place in the register.
It is like any other job I punch in and get started for the day. I realize there are many routine to cover as a teller to get the customers out the door and serve them well. My manager was very understandable and fair. And set a great example for all of us as workers. The hardest part of the job was to make sure everything in the draw and dealing with – more... the customers is always accurate. Furthermore, the most enjoyable part of the job is getting things right all the time. – less