Teller (Current Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – January 11, 2018
I am at a rather slow branch so the job can be slow at times but I do enjoy it. I do not enjoy many of the people I work with. At this company there are a lot of employees that don’t like to do their job and they can just get away with it. Nobody is held accountable for just doing their job. Customers get unhappy with the treatment from bankers and other tellers and complaints are not even heard. There are managers working for this company that have no business managing anyone. The hours are convenient and the pay is mediocre but it is hardly worth dealing with all of the drama that comes along with working here. Managers are “click-y” and unprofessional. However the higher-ups do not care simply because they fear turnover.
Vault/Lead Teller (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 1, 2018
I have enjoyed the consistency that this job provides, and I'm good at what I do. However, there has been a lot of employee turnaround in the company, and that has been frustrating. I also get the sense that the higher ups don't put much value in the people at the bottom. Management has become very frustrating for me.
Teller (Current Employee) – Leavenworth, KS – October 2, 2017
Currently looking for another job because the Leavenworth location is not family friendly. The manager highly suggest that you find someone else to take care of your ill child so you can work. Anytime time was needed off they make you feel guilty for taking off because they are always short handed. Then when you have too much time at the end of the year they get onto you for not taking off. Very back and forth. I think it’s just this location though. All of the other branches that I’ve ever been at are incredible! The managers in Leavenworth also seem like they have too much going on.
Investment Operations Associate (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 23, 2017
Country Club Bank is a great financial company but not for me. The supervisor over the Investment Operations department was very hard to satisfy in work performance, She made it very difficult and hard to adjust in the role. In general, this was not the best department to be apart of.
Teller II (Former Employee) – Leawood, KS – March 3, 2017
Work a normal 9-5 shift. Clock in and count my drawer, then help any customers that came in. Learned a lot of new skills, like how to close out an account, process loans and Monetary instruments. The hardest part of my job, was making sure I was always in balance and if I was off, that I remembered what could have put me off. I really enjoyed getting to know my co-workers at work events and making new friends.
Manager (Current Employee) – Harrisonville MO – June 29, 2015
My time at the bank has taught me many things. On a daily basis I open accounts, audit drawers, work as a teller, notarize important documents, train new employees, and work with the customers to make sure they receive the best customer service experience they could hope for.
Off early, enjoy working with co workers and customers
Relationship Banker (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 4, 2013
I am a relationship banker for Country Club Bank. A typical day involves opening accounts for customers and performing maintenance on accounts. The values of the bank are very family oriented, but promotions throughout the company are hard to come by. The best part of the job is the credibility of the bank, the worst part is the lack of upward mobility.