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Part Time Cash Management Services Teller-2nd Shift

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Job Information Part Time Cash Management Services Teller-2nd ShiftUpdated Feb 23, 2018 Branch: Pennsauken, NJ Department: Job Description:
Basic Job Description:
Conduct deposit verification and/or change order preparation using specialized counting equipment and
procedures. Separate currency, coin, and/or check deposits received from bank, ATM, and/or
commercial customers providing accurate count by denomination. Prepare currency and/or coin change
orders by denomination for each customer assigned:
Skills / Qualifications Required:
Essential Job Function:
. Prepare change orders
Performance of the essential function requires:
. Ability to read, count, add, subtract, write and record numbers
. Ability to perform simple computer data entry
. Ability to use calculator by touch
. Ability to bend, squat, stoop, stand, walk, lift up to 50 lbs., sit, push and pull
. Unrestricted wrist, hand and finger dexterity
. Ability to operate forklift and pallet jack (Level III job only)
Working Conditions:
. Work is performed in a room or work area within a vault with little or no exposure to outside light. The
workspace is heated in winter, air conditioned in summer (68-72 degrees)
. Work is performed primarily from a sitting (on a stool with back support) or standing position in front of
a 3.5 ? 4 foot high counter.
. Full time work consists of an average of 40 hours per week performed in 8-hour or split shifts on five
of seven days.
Job ScheduleEmployment Status:Hourly - Full Time
Education Requirements RequiredPreferred High School: X
Job ClassificationCash Management ServicesOperations
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

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