It can be a pretty slow environment some times, unless you work 6 hours, you probably won't get a break. If it isnt busy you can probably go sit down for a few minutes though.
Interview process was simple and easy. If there are several candidates, you'll do an initial group interview and then move on to an individual interview with the branch that is interested in hiring you.
What questions do they ask over the phone in the "pre-screening"? Is the call just to schedule an interview or is it like a pre-interview?
My pre interview questions was:
Hours for this position is from 7am to 6pm with rotating. Are you okay with those times?
- Position may require overtime and weekend hours. Are you okay with those times?
- What related experience do you have?
- What compensation are you expecting? (If the number you throw out is more, they tell you the rate they are offering.) The next question is:are you fine with the hourly amount.
- What experience do you have in the banking field? I had asked when they plan on filling position was told as soon as possible.
How would you so to speak "level up" from teller quicker and gain the knowledge you need for higher paying jobs sooner such as loan officer or other?
The bank has the financial service Representatives doing the loans now. They've centralize the underwriting.