Present Opportunity: Part-Time Teller
Resumes may be submitted for a Part Time Teller position. Our Tellers are responsible for greeting our members and providing genuine service to all. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing member transactions such as deposits, withdrawals, account transfers and requests to complete resolution in a courteous and timely manner. Our Tellers are also responsible for cross-selling products and services that best meet the members’ needs financially. Some positions may be asked to float among our four Greenville branch locations. Qualified candidates should possess a high school/GED diploma; a minimum of one year of experience within a retail environment or similar customer service environment; flexible schedule; and, the ability to communicate with members in a clear, concise, and professional manner. Cash handling experience or previous teller experience is a plus! Greenville Federal Credit Union offers part time employees PTO, holiday pay and a very competitive 401-k! Pre-employment screening includes SLED (criminal background and sex offender checks), consumer credit check, OFAC check, verification of bondability and previous employer references.
Greenville Federal Credit Union offers a competitive benefits package for part time employees to include: generous PTO to support work/life balance; holiday pay; a wide array of ancillary insurance products; very competitive 401-k plan with a generous match; and, a friendly work environment emphasizing service excellence. Resumes should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org, or submitted using our online form. No phone calls please. Pre-employment screening includes SLED (criminal background and sex offender checks), consumer credit check, OFAC check, verification of bondability and previous employer check. EOE
Greenville Federal Credit Union is an ‘at will’ employer, meaning that employment has no specified term and that the employment relationship may be terminated at any time at the will of either party. EOE
Posted on Sat, March 9, 2030
by Human Resources filed under