Teller II (Current Employee) – Surprise, AZ – July 3, 2018
Good starting place for getting into the financial jobs. must like talking to people and be able to sale products. Small bank and you get to know your customers on a personal level to help meet their needs.
Servicing Associate II (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – June 20, 2018
I'm trying to relocate. We want to move back to Louisiana. That is where I was born and raised in Louisiana. If I was not relocating I would retire at midfirst bank they train you in different jobs so you never have nothing to do and you experience new task they have monthly meeting to help keep you informed. They do there best and are a great company.
Personal Banker (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 2, 2018
It was a good place to work but schedules were all over the place. One evening you are closing the bank and going home at 8pm, the next day you are opening the branch at 7am. A few days in a row for a few weeks and it feels like you don't get a day off or enough down time to rest. The rotations seemed random. I would not mind a starting shift for half the month and a closing shift for the other half, but it made everything chaotic when it comes to having a family to do both several times per week.
Assistant Banking Center Manager (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 3, 2018
Working here is a great experience that I would recommend, they are individually based off your own performance which means the sky is the limit on bonuses and advancement opportunity. The best part of the job is how involved everyone is with ensuring the other person succeeds.
Great place to work with ample opportunity for advancement
Bank Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 17, 2018
While working at Midfirst Bank, I worked in two separate departments. When the first one basically had gotten me as far as they could, they suggested me to another department where I stayed for an additional 3-4 years. While it was a strict place to work, it was also a fun place too.
Teller Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 14, 2018
There are many opportunities for career advancement. A typical day on the job is very fast paced; the environment is also extremely competitive depending on how motivated your branch is. The management in my particular branch was non existent. I was the teller supervisor and we had no assistant manager and the manager officed elsewhere; therefore, the majority of branch duties fell upon myself. There was also no banker until the last two months of my employment there, causing me to take on many duties that were not in my job description, nor was I compensated for. Due to these circumstances, I was able to learn quite a lot and in different areas of management. I enjoyed the competitive environment and recognition for excelling both personally and for my branch.
Trust Analyst (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 6, 2018
When data can use SQL with VBA to program Excel with automation, they prefer manual typing. The pay is low, not for programmers. The schedule is always behind. The motivation is clerks working harder and without breaks. They look for accounting with database instead of database and programming to automate routine accounting tasks.
Delinquency Associate II (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 20, 2017
Typical Day - I have tasks that must be completed on daily, weekly, and monthly time frames. I have the freedom and self discipline to manage my desk as best I see fit to complete my deadlines.
I have learned organizational and communication skills to benefit day to day productivity.
I have multiple managers for different tasks. Some are better than others but none that I dislike. I am easy to get along and work with as long as there is mutual respect.
I enjoy the office as there have been times to converse and enjoy each others company
Hardest part of my job is the deadlines. I often surprise myself with the amount of work completed given the timelines provided.
The Most enjoyable part of my job is I take none of it home. Its a fast pace environment in the office and can be stressful at times. But its nothing I have to think about when I leave for the day. Its challenging while at work but not when I'm home with my family.
Some flex time is given to allow me to come in and leave early