Teller (Part-Time) - Kealakekua Branch
Bank of Hawaii - Island of Hawai‘i, HI

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Position Overview As a Peak-day Teller at Bank of Hawaii, the highest level of quality service will be provided to all clients in assisting them with various banking transactions. A Teller is responsible to sell and/or refer various Bank of Hawaii Corporation financial services to all clients. Position Responsibilities Customer Engagement
      Provides quality service by interacting directly with clients. Processes a wide range of financial transactions to include but not limited to: cashing checks, accepting deposits, paying withdrawals, accepting payments, issuing cashier's checks, selling traveler's checks, processing wire transfers, and various drafts, etc. Balances individual cash. May assist in opening/closing of the vault.

      Relationship Building

      Provides direction and assistance to clients in utilizing various channels for transactions such as: ATM’s, Call Center , E-Bankoh, Night Deposit for Business clients, Bank by Mail, and Foreign Currency Exchange machines. Performs duties as needed of Automated Teller Machine (ATM), Vault, or Night Depository custodian, and armored car transactions. Buys/Sells currency/coin from vault and tellers. May be required to use cash dispensing units.

      Product Knowledge

      Knowledgeable of Products/Services to actively participate in Sales/Referral programs. Identifies clients needs. Provides verbal and printed information and explains the features and benefits of the appropriate product.

      Branch Operations

      Provides support in other areas of the branch such as: answering phones, safe deposit activity, filing, review for any appropriate action on various reports, review and comply with circulars and policies.

      Qualifications
      The qualified applicant for the Peak-Day Teller position meets the following basic qualifications:
      • Must be able to push a cash cart (100 lbs.) and/or lift approximately 20 to 25 pounds
      • Stand for extended periods of time.
      • Work evenings, weekends and holidays as required or assigned.
      • High school diploma, G.E.D, or 6 months equivalent work experience.
      • Demonstrated verbal communication, sales, marketing and service skills which meet Bank of Hawaii's established standards.

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