Overall responsibility for daily operations, including management of Teller (including Teller Manager) and Customer Service staff of a Tier II branch. Provide sales leadership to ensure franchise growth through personal example and regular monitoring of team sales results. Under guidance of Branch Manager may hire, fire, review, and counsel staff. Reviews teller work schedule. Schedules Bankers/Customer Service Representatives to ensure adequate coverage. Responsible for keeping branch in compliance with all bank policies and procedures and prepares branch for internal audits. Monitors branch service quality levels and coaches staff to achieve appropriate levels. Responds to complex customer complaints and questions. Coordinates special events such as Customer Appreciation Day. Opens and/or closes branch. Reports to Branch Manager.
High School degree or equivalent required
Associate's or Bachelor's degree preferred
3 years sales and service experience
Supervisory experience required
Successful candidate must meet and comply with all requirements set forth in the SAFE Act, including, but not limited to successful completion of the required background checks and obtaining a Unique Identifier from the NMLRS.
Hours and Work Schedule
Hours per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Varies, Monday-Friday and must be available to work Saturday and Sunday.
Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all colleagues and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, pregnancy/childbirth, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or perceived disability, genetic information, citizenship, veteran or military status, marital or domestic partner status, or any other category protected by federal, state and/or local laws.
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