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Bank Teller Interview Questions

1. Do you hand count or use the counting machine?
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A bank teller is an employee of a bank who deals directly with most customers. In some places this employee is known as a cashier. Most bank teller jobs require a high school diploma and include training on the job.
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Bank Teller Interview Questions

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What are some of the aspects that you like about this job?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I have been interested about bank field and my Administrative Assistant, customer service experience, and attention to detail will solid much to the job.
 
2.
Customer service, getting to interact with the customers and helping them with their needs.
 
3.
I like that I get to see customers smile ad make me smile and feel good in return.
 
4.
I very interested to work in a bank. I like to help for people and I like to interact with people. Its good opportunity to work for me.
 
5.
I would like to work here because I am seeking professional experience handling money. I am declaring economics as my major this upcoming semester and would love the opportunity to gain keen experience in the business world.
 
6.
Meeting new people and serving them.
 
7.
My strengths are my capability to make the customer happy and enjoy their visit while helping them with their needs.
 
8.
I like the interaction with customers. I do appreciate some routine in my work and it looks to be somewhat repetitive with enough variation that it doesn't look like it'd get boring. Also numbers can be pretty fun!
 
9.
I am people person I love to talk to people.
 
10.
Aspects that I like is to use my communication skills for help others.
 

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#3 of 39

Describe a time when you really felt good about your performance in your job.

User Submitted Interview Answers

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It was inventory time and I was nervous wondering what the result would come out to be.I felt good when I learned I achieved the goal of coming below the companies standard.
 
2.
Previously I worked as a cashier at Stine lumber and I had customer that received bad experience from associates they asked to help them I walked away from my register because I had no customer at the time and gave them the assistance they needed
 
3.
Helping a customer and fulfilling their needs.
 
4.
Helping to satisfy peoples needs and to see that a problem or concern was fixed has been very fulfilling for me. So everytime I see my client leave with that kind of energy, I am rewarded.
 
5.
What is your long term goal.
 
6.
I give 100% when it comes to customer service, It makes me feel good knowing that I have provided the information that the customers need, and have helped them with their needs. So helping customers every day puts a smile on me all the time.
 
7.
A time when There was. No any shortage.
 
8.
This past summer, while working at the Bentonville Community Center, one of my employees activated the Emergency Action Plan. I came out of my office to investigate to see what had happened. I looked to the corner of the facility to see an unconscious man. I ran to the situation to provide assistance in any way I could. By the time I had gotten over there, my employees had already taken the necessary steps to help the distressed patron. At the end of the day, he ended up being okay. I knew that I had prepared my employees well enough to handle any situation.
 
9.
I feel good about the performance in my present job as I made year end making all the needed Numbers to aquire the bonus.
 
10.
Please a customer with a solution to his complaint.
 

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#4 of 39

A bank teller needs to be very organized. Describe to me your organization characteristics?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I always try my best to level the items and keep things in order or at the right place. And after finishing my task I always put things back in its right place.
 
2.
Keeping track of things i lay down and use, remembering where things go, sometimes labeling them.
 
3.
Paying close attention to details of something i am doing, researching what i need to do to get the job done correctly.
 
4.
I am a very organize person, a tidy desk is a tidy mind. I like to get thinks done ahead of schedule, I am always punctual and at times I write down task I need to complete so I can do so in the most effective timing.
 
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I can communicate effectively and professioally with customers and co-workers. I can count cash accurately and timeously under enormous pressure.
 
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Complete one task before moving on to another, keep money straight and oraganized, shred any un needed items immediately, proof your work.
 
7.
Very organized and methodical.
 
8.
Have everything in order.
 
9.
Leadership, applied wisdom, strategy, effective communication skills, speed optimization, the ability to look outside of the box and see things from all perspectives, and patience.
 
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I like to begin my day with a clean desk. Each day before leaving, I sort through anything that may have built up on my desk and file, put items in appropriate please and purge anything not needed. I make list and prioritize what needs to been done to make my day flow smoothly. I also pay all my bills on line to eliminate cluttter and reconcile my checkbook monthly. In addition to keeping a calendar of appointments and any up coming events. I have three children and organization is important to keep everything flowing.
 

Education Requirements

Tellers usually need a high school diploma or equivalent. Some tellers may take some college courses, but a degree is rarely required for a job applicant to be hired.

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#5 of 39

Give me an example of how you keep track of details while engaging in conversation?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I'm a great multitasker so listening and working at the same time is no problem.
 
2.
Listening to key words and finding if i have that common trait to communicate back to them.
 
3.
I can work in multitask I m listening to the client while I m helping another client inquiries over the phone at the same time.
 
4.
I can speak and same time do my job.I have enough years experiense to work in hot situation.
 
5.
Listening to customers and retain details of the conversation.
 
6.
I try not to get distracted, so If I am working I try not to get into a conversation with an employee, and if I was to get into a conversation with a customer then I would stop what im doing and help them in any way possible and when I know that they are satisfied and done then I will go back to what I was doing.
 
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It's important to stay focused. What I tend to do it is let my eyes do the work and let my ears and mother conversate.
 
8.
I note everything down on paper.
 
9.
I like to think that I have a very good memory. During a conversation, I make sure to keep eye contact and engage myself adequately into the conversation.
 
10.
I normally make little notes. I also use memory to keep track.
 

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#6 of 39

Why do you want to work for this bank?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I'm looking forward to becoming an associate of this professional, strong bank who believes in assisting all associates in achieving their highest potential.
 
2.
Because this is avery prestigeous bank that offers high quality service to its customers and it would be of great pleasure to be aprt of that and to help to continue offer high quality servive to its customers.
 
3.
This bank is a well-established and it excels in customer service.
 
4.
Well, I have worked for this company before. It was actually a great place to work, I learned alot, and was able to put my skills to work. I would like to come back and grow with this company long term.
 
5.
Company looks organized and seems to reward employees for a job well done.
 
6.
I want to help others, I want to work with others, I like working with computers.
 
7.
I have seen how you treat customers and think I would fit in seanlessly here. It is clear that you all are customer driven and have a high stand of professionalism. I appreciate how team orientated the evironment is here.
 
8.
I like your bank servises.This bank one of famious bank he have huge customer servise market, he suggest diferent kind of bank products, it is camfortable for me to grow up in this bank.
 
9.
As a bank teller I see myself moving up in the company.
 
10.
Because of your bank is one of best In the US. And its good service to people. If I get a job in your bank, its good to improve my customer skills.
 

Work Environment

Tellers held about 545,300 jobs in 2012. About 91 percent worked in the depository credit intermediation industry, which includes commercial bank branches.

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#7 of 39

Do you have a cheerful personality?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Yes, I never have a bad day.
 
2.
I am one of those people who has always been really able to make friends with anyone.
 

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#8 of 39

Tell me about yourself.

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I have the experience in customer service in my previous job.
 
2.
Dedicated moviated always on time get along well with others know how to deal with conflict.
 
3.
Tell me about yourself.
 
4.
I am a swiched on team player and leader exhibitng counsious undersatanding of what drives the success of business,i carry a wealth of experiance form genesis bank.currently am deploying my natural flair of customer services,sales and support with metbank,were i am responsible for cash handling,accuracy ,customer services ,after have been a servant for genesis bank for 9 years
 
5.
I am a highly motivated person who loves a challenge and to give 100% to any task given to me.
 
6.
Ive been in banking for 10 years, I am dedicated, motivated and dependable. I love the bank environment. I would not see it any other way. I have a 4 year old son and spend most of my time outside of work making him happy.
 
7.
tell me why we should hire you?
 
8.
Tell me about yourself.
 
9.
I would always make sure that I fully explained the situation, the policies behind my decision, and why those policies exist. Usually by the end of the conversation, the person could see the other side of the situation.
 
10.
Divorced, one son, love to read, walk, volunteer my time when available to my local food bank and church functions.
 

Bank Teller Pros

1. Knowledge of the various bank products and services offered. July 3rd, 2012

2. I have many years banking on line my self. To be able to do my banking any time of the day is very convenience. September 21st, 2012

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#9 of 39

As a Bank Teller, what are your strengths?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I do have alot of patience.
 
2.
Good Communication within customer and make confident to them and have the best attitude and team work.
 
3.
My strengths are having patients, fallow direction, and have great math skills.
 
4.
My strenths is i have the ability and skills.
 
5.
Patience, accuracy, passionate about giving great customer service, i take opportunity as a learning experience and im not afraid to try new things.
 
6.
Why do you want to work here?
 
7.
By falling we learn to go safely.
 
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If they say you are good, ask yourself if it be ture.
 
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I am detail-oriented, organized work well under pressure and can provide excellent customer service.
 
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Being able to multi-task, being a fast learner, and being able to communicate effectively with people.
 

Questions to Ask

1. How much do you guys pay per hour?

2. How would you handle someone that comes into the bank and bothers a lot of other customers by speaking loudly or plain annoying people in general?

3. What do you enjoy about your job and the company as a whole?

4. How does this company plan to grow in the next 5 years?

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#10 of 39

What do you feel is the most important asset a bank teller must have?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Friendly with the customers and good servcie.
 
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Integrity and honesty.
 
3.
I beleive that a bank teller should always be able to show the client what the bank's culture is about so that they may always return.
 
4.
Keeping their tills accurate and balanced.
 
5.
I feel the customer service is the most important part. I want to build a repor with the customer.
 
6.
Teller is the more asset to the teller see what customer need.
 
7.
The ability to sell anything while building relationships with new customers.
 
8.
Honesty and integrity, as well as a friendly manner while dealing with both clients and colleagues.
 
9.
I feel the ability to kindly decipher and meet a customers needs is one of the most important aspects of a teller position.
 
10.
Hard working and good customer service .
 

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Interview Questions

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#11 of 39

What signs of trust have you demonstrated in the past while working?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I worked in retail, so trust was a huge issue. I had to be a reliable employee that my managers depended on and someone who they knew would not be dishonest with cash-handling or the product.
 
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Being in charge of a busy restaurant and taking care of customers and letting someone other than myself use the cash register.
 
3.
When trust exists in an organization, almost everything else is easier and more comfortable to achieve. One has to learn to trust someone else handling cash from the same register or to achieve budgeted sales especially in retail store.
 
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I was also so polite and kind that I never caused unwanted attention to myself.
 
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Working together and keep the work professional and not give any information about money to anyone.
 
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Being a reliable employee, dependable, going above and beyond for customers, & always being honest.
 
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Ive always worked with money never once had a issue.
 
8.
I have worked in education for 12 years and built trust with students and parents. Communcating with them and making sure everyone is on the same page.
 
9.
I had been faithful to the company I work for. I have never been accused of theft or any illegal activity.
 
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I have been working with cash since I was 16 I have always done right with taking deposits and night drops to the bank. Keeping confidential information between me and that person.
 

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#12 of 39

How many years of cash handling have you had?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I have had four years of cash handling in a retail setting.
 
2.
About 3 years to handling cash.
 
3.
I have handled cash for several years in the past.
 
4.
I have had several years of cash handling experience in my past.
 
5.
I have 1 month experience which I have attained when I was a clerk intern at endola circuit.
 
6.
I have had over 10 years in cash handling both in banking and in stores.
 
7.
I have had a little experience in 5 months.
 
8.
I have had jobs handling money since high school. I worked in a grocery store, restaurants, and education, where I would receipt field trips, fund raisers, and yearbooks.
 
9.
I have had jobs handling money since high school. I worked in a grocery store, restaurants, and education, where I would receipt field trips, fund raisers, and yearbooks.
 
10.
I have 1.5 years cach handling experiance.But in 1.5 years I was sales specialist, make sales discuses, make agreement, gave invoice, check online banking.
 

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#13 of 39

What sales experience do you have?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Several years of retail sales with suggestive selling.
 
2.
We do suggestive selling.
 

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#14 of 39

If you were CEO of your last banking company, what would you change?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
what are some of the aspects that you like about the job
 
2.
Its depend on company polices and customers needs. I will think about company and clients benefits financially.
 
3.
I will try to provide the services in a way to the customers which is more convinent for them.
 
4.
I will try to provide the services in a way to the customers which is more convinent for them.
 
5.
Improve customer services.
 
6.
I have not worked for a bank . This would be my first bank position.
 
7.
I will make sure my company is doing good.
 
8.
This will be my first banking job.
 
9.
I wish I was CEO but I don't have that experience.
 
10.
Incourage the customers to use channels as solution.
 

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#15 of 39

Why did you leave your last job?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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It was an internship.
 
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I was pregnant and was having complications with my pregnancy.
 
3.
I have not left my previous job.
 
4.
Looking for Better carreer.
 
5.
I loved my job, but I have had life changes recently and am now able to find a job with more flexible hours.
 

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#16 of 39

Do you hope to move up as a bank teller into another position within the bank?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Yes, I am very confident on my work. I hope I can get a promotion.
 
2.
Yes I would love to move into another position within the bank because I love banking and accounting and I know my potential and a promotion would not only means self actualization but would be focusing on being a better employee to deliver more quality customer service to aid in achieving the goals of the organiza.
 
3.
Yes, possibly. Right now I just want to try being a banker and see how well I enjoy it.
 
4.
Yes I do, if it will be for me more interesting.
 
5.
Yes when the time is right,
 
6.
I hope I can also work as an accountant if a need arise.
 
7.
Yes as Financial Advisor.
 
8.
I hope to perfect the teller position before moving up to a senior teller.
 
9.
Yes, If the opportunity arises.
 

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#17 of 39

Tell me about your favorite co-worker/boss you've had in the past.

User Submitted Interview Answers

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My boss at Kwik shop was very nice and helpful, she let me try new things and was patient and encouraging to me.
 
2.
One of our Minister of Education was very smart person.I like him becouse he is very punctual, he like to do job queklly, It was very interesting to work with him.That time I created 3 state programs, change basic education government designe, which higher teachers monthly paymants.
 
3.
When I was 17 I had my first job at mcdonalds, I loved it, I loved the work environment the customers personality, working there mad me a better person today, my favorite boss at mcdonalds was carlos, he could light up the room as soon as he walked in.
 
4.
He is very motivated person. He teaches me office environment skills. How become be a good employ for a company. What was my part of responsibility to grow company profit.
 
5.
My CEO was friendly and never put pressure on his staff and had a friendly atmosphere in the office which lead the staff to work at ease.
 
6.
I have actually enjoyed all my previous bosses.
 
7.
My favorite bosses would definitely be the ones at Cowfish. They will bend over backwards for you and you always feel like you can talk to them as a friend instead of just a superior!
 
8.
They are very friendly people on earth .
 
9.
My present supervisor just retired and she was very stern about company policy but also cares about how you were doing.
 
10.
Tafa, was a motivating, fair but firm boss.
 

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#18 of 39

Walk me through a typical day for you at your last bank.

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I never worked at a bank.
 
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I have not worked at a bank before.
 
3.
I have never worked at a bank before.
 
4.
I didn't work in a bank before.
 
5.
Did not work a a bank previously.
 
6.
Feb when was doing money transfers.
 

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#19 of 39

How well do you know online banking?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I have many years banking on line my self. To be able to do my banking any time of the day is very convenience.
 
2.
I'm very familiar with it,follow the steps that it gives you online and proceed with what you have to complete.
 
3.
Very well I use it all the time.
 
4.
Very well, I have account and always watch new programs, new procces.
 
5.
I will know pretty good in online banking skills.
 
6.
A bit I like to make payment for credit cards and other bills through online.
 
7.
I know it well as I use it daily.
 
8.
I love on line faster easy.
 
9.
Pretty well, I've only ever done business with online banks.
 
10.
I know internet banking and I use it.
 

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#20 of 39

Customers can have a nasty attitude. If they've been waiting in line long, what techniques do you employ to calm down customers when they get to you?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I would tell them that I apologize for the long wait and ask how may i assist them?
 
2.
I would be very nice, and not let there bad day or attitude get the better of me.
 
3.
I speak very friendly and apoligize for the wait.
 
4.
We r sorry have a issue r computer.
 
5.
First I apologize to costermer then I will try to do they transition fast.
 
6.
I am sure for the wait, how may I help you and when finished tell them to have a good day.
 
7.
Customers are always right will ask for forgiveness.
 

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#21 of 39

Some say a bank teller has an easy job, Do you get offended by that?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Yes because for one you are deang with people money. and it is never easy when your dealing with other people because a lot could go wrong. so it reqires a lot of dedication, time and communication.
 
2.
Not at all. Any job can be easy if your comfortable with the position and know the work it entails.
 
3.
No im not get offended on that because all job is make easy if you know how to work with your job.
 
4.
No job is easy, each job challenges you..
 
5.
No it is very responsible, work, but it is interesting to comunicate with different customers and tryed to help them.
 
6.
Of course not I would thank them.
 
7.
I am glad to get teller job, because I like to work for people.
 
8.
No it's ok, It depends how you perceive it.
 
9.
No I wouldn't as it may be easy if you have worked hard to learn that position.
 
10.
Nothing is easy unless if you work hard to make easy.
 

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#22 of 39

How well do you think on your feet?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I am good at assessing situations efficiently and effectively and come up with a solution to a customers problem quickly.
 
2.
Very quick to see the problem and find the solution.
 
3.
I am very good at assessing the situation quickly and coming up with a solution.
 
4.
Great, at a previous job i was on my feet all day as a hairdresser and a shift manager for a restaurant.
 
5.
I think on my feet pretty well.
 
6.
Depending on the situation.
 
7.
I always respect my job and my responsibility.
 
8.
I think good on my feet. I always look for a solution to try and help the person.
 

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#23 of 39

Have you had any sales training? Would you be willing to take a few classes in sales during your training?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I have no experience as a bank teller, and I would love to take a few classes in sales!
 
2.
I haven't had any sale training but I would like to take few classes in sale during training.
 

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#24 of 39

Do you get nervous when a line is forming? Customers can have little patience inside these bank walls at times..

User Submitted Interview Answers

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A little but I would apoligize for the wait and be friendly and hopefully make the client smile.
 
2.
No I am only 1 person and am doing my best.
 

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#25 of 39

When a night deposit has more money than listed, what do you do?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Recount the deposit to make to figure the mistake.
 
2.
Call murchant as soon as possible and tell them about it.
 
3.
Verified cash with another coworker and we both sign.
 
4.
I ask another employee to recount it then call the customer to see what they want done with the extra cash.
 
5.
have another co-worker verify it with you and than both initials the deposit slip than call the customer and let them know what they want us to do with the money.
 
6.
Talk about it to my supervisor.
 
7.
i don't know
 
8.
I would recount then have a coworker recount and if to much I would contact the company.
 
9.
I stay and work more hours.
 

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#26 of 39

What is your education background?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I graduated high school. I received my associates in Arts. I received my bachelors in General studies. I have changed my major to undecided.
 
2.
I have my high school diploma, I went to job training classes at CTC marble falls and got some certificates for completing the job training,.
 
3.
High school diploma Technical school clerk stenographer College associates of business in accounting and computer programming.
 

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#27 of 39

Do you know anyone that works in the banking industry?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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yes,
 
2.
Yes I know people that work in the industry.
 
3.
Yes, my cousin she has been a teller for many years after she was widowed.
 

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#28 of 39

If a customer comes with a $12,500 deposit, all in ones, do you roll your eyes to demonstrate your feelings towards his action?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Accept the tranaction and thanking the customer for banking with us.
 
2.
No, I count the money and complete the transaction.
 
3.
No I would greet the customer and then try to help him as much as I can in any way possible.
 
4.
no I don't roll my eyes with this tranaction. I am happy to count the ones putting then in piles of 50 one
 
5.
Never, suggest if they need to move that money to another type of account where it can gain more interest or easier to access if needed all at once.
 
6.
I would take that money to a machine and count and wrap it for deposit no questions asked.
 
7.
Not at all, just smile and say politely say I will take care of it.
 
8.
No you paste a fake smile on and get some to run I through the cash counter with you.
 
9.
No. I accept the money and count it.
 
10.
No I don't do that. That my duty to work for costermer.
 

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#29 of 39

Have you ever caught counterfeit money? What was the process you took afterwards?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Yes i have and immediately the police was called and the bill was taken.
 
2.
No, i never caught counterfiet money before.
 
3.
No I have never caught counterfeit money. But if I should I would contact the necessary authorities, first my supervisor then the police.
 
4.
No I have not, but one of my employees have and it was scary, they had the customer pull up to wait for their food and the manager called the cops.
 
5.
I have not received any money yet but if I did I would contact my supervisor.
 
6.
Yes and deported the incident to my supervisor.
 

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#30 of 39

Do you enjoy socializing with customers?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Yes I am a people person.
 
2.
A little to get to know them especially if the are in regularly.
 

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#31 of 39

Why do you want to be a bank teller?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
This position is the right one for me, and the one I really one to be.
 
2.
People friendly person, pays attention to details, follow directions well.
 
3.
I am at a crossroads in my life, and would like to become a bank teller to determine if a career in banking would be a direction I would like to go into.
 
4.
Besides being honest and.
 
5.
I think being a bank teller would improve some of my skills,
 
6.
I want to be part of the banking team. I have many qualifications I am great with people and love working with money.
 
7.
I like to meet people I am people person I guess .
 
8.
I love dealing with customers and money.
 

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#32 of 39

There is a strong demand for bank tellers. Why are you better than the rest?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I feel that my years of banking experience and strong customer service skills are exceptional.
 
2.
I have excellent customer service. People love talking and being around me. I have a friendly disposition. I am also very dependalbe and work very hard.
 
3.
Can count back change without difficulty, work well with others, and great customer service skills.
 
4.
I believe my self I am very hardworking if you give me a chance I will prove you.
 
5.
I believe my cash handling skills are above average.
 

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#33 of 39

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#34 of 39

Would you mind working at another branch if needed?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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No I wouldn't mind working at another location if need as long as it was within a certain distance.
 
2.
I don't mind I am happy to meet other branch staff.
 

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#35 of 39

How do you look for counterfeit monies?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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I am going to report to the supervisor.
 
2.
By holding the bill up to the light or making a mark with a permanent marker.
 
3.
I look for the examples that have been shown to me.
 
4.
I hope we got thriving about this kind of money.
 

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#36 of 39

What is your ideal company?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Someone who cares about its employees as well as the customers patronizing it.
 
2.
Company that is trusted by clients.
 
3.
This is my ideal company.
 

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#37 of 39

Tell me about a time when you missed some important details about a transaction, what happened?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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Well once I forgot to write up a price accuracy form at my previous job, so I had to go search for the product UPC in order to submit the form.
 
2.
I immediately informed the manager on duty immediately to correct the problem.
 
3.
To this point I have been very good with my transactions but if I made a mistake I would let my supervisor know right away to fix the problem.
 
4.
I did one time with very small amount I realize emediatly I told my supervisor.
 
5.
I missed a card that a customer ended up taking home and she called to advise me she was sending the money and I apologized and then told her I would pay for the $1 card and sorry for the inconvenience.
 
6.
You can reverse and 're do the transaction.
 

Question
#38 of 39

Have you ever dealt with a stressful situation while working before? What happened? How did you make it through?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Bank was robbed, we handed over money, stayed calm and then called police after he left.
 
2.
The bank I worked at was robbed, we handed over money, stayed calm and when safe to do so called police.
 
3.
Bank was robbed, we handed over the money, stayed calm and when it was safe to do so we called police.
 
4.
Yes, when I was 17 I dropped out, and I got a job, my very first job and I had a lot going on and it was just all going through my mind and I got distracted cause I was more worried about my personal thoughts then my performance at the job.
 
5.
Yes I have. I was serving a client who just had a parent pass away. I listened to her and figured out what would be the best option for this person as they were to upset. I helped her by giving her the first month free as she couldnt afford things and needed help till things were finalized.
 
6.
Sure many times I had stressful days . I got very good thriving from supervisor to deal this kind of situations.
 

Question
#39 of 39

Explain your greeting and how you handled each transaction at your last bank.

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
What do you feel is the most important asset a Bank Teller can have?
 
2.
Hello, how can I help you?
 
3.
Well ive never worked at a bank.
 
4.
Good morning How may I help you today?
 
5.
I didn't work in a bank before, but I have worked in supermarket checkout operated.
 
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