Teller - Part Time - South Bossier - Bossier City, LA

Company Name:
JPMorgan Chase
Teller - Part Time - South Bossier - Bossier City, LA-140065373
Job Description
Play a vital role in the customer banking experience at Chase! As part of JPMorgan Chase, a leading global financial services firm, Chase has over 5,000 locations where our Tellers are the first and most frequent point of contact with our customers.
Through face-to-face interactions with customers, you will have the opportunity to provide top-notch customer service by handling financial transactions accurately and efficiently. As a Teller with Chase, your day will be spent having professional and friendly interactions with both customers and Chase team members.
Additionally, you have the opportunity to help grow the firm and further help customers by introducing them to a banker. Tellers who are successful in making referrals will be eligible for great monthly incentives.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer M/F/Disability/Veteran.
Minimum 6 months cash-handling experience is required, unless post-high school degree program is completed or currently being pursued
Strong customer service skills
Ability to work well in a team environment to service customers
Problem solving skills
Ability to follow procedures
Strong listening and verbal communication skills
Detail-oriented and organized
Ability to multi-task
High school degree, GED or foreign equivalent required
Ability to work branch hours, including weekends and some evenings
Job: Client Associate/Teller
Primary Location: US-LA-Bossier City-South Bossier / 53637
Schedule: Part-time
Job Type: Standard
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Travel: No

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