Lead Teller F/T (Oak Creek)

Oak Creek, Wisconsin, United States · Oak Creek · 19148


This full-time position is located Near 27th Street and College Avenue in Oak Creek, WI.

The hours for this position are Monday-Friday 7:30/8:30am-6pm, and Saturdays 7:30/8:30am-12pm.

Invest In You! Tri City National Bank is your hometown bank. We believe in putting customers first, building relationships, and fostering a sense of community. We work in a team environment with opportunities for hard workers to grow personally and professionally. We enjoy celebrating success and great benefits along the way. Most importantly, we believe superior customer service paired with the right banking solutions help our customers and businesses fulfill their financial dreams, and our communities grow. Our ideal candidate believes in our mission, values continuous learning, and is comfortable adapting to change. If this resonates with you, apply today and come join our team. #investinyou


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If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at 414-761-1610 or [email protected]

Lead Teller

Performs all types of Personal Banking functions including promoting and selling Bank deposit services to new and existing customers, counseling customers on financial problems or product decisions. Assists with training and scheduling work hours of tellers.


May perform any or all of the following:

  1. Process customer transactions such as deposits, withdrawals, loan payments and check cashing in accordance with Bank policy.
  2. Maintain control of cash drawer and balance daily to the Teller terminal. Process all supporting documentation following Bank procedures.
  3. Expand current and solicit new customer accounts through cross selling of additional Bank products and services; refer customers to appropriate personal banking staff as necessary.
  4. Project the appropriate banking image through interaction and responsiveness to customer, public and department inquiries regarding account balances, Bank policy and general Bank information.
  5. Maintain working knowledge of Bank's products, services, regulations and procedures.
  6. Assist tellers with customer problems and in locating errors.
  7. Train newly hired tellers and all tellers when there are procedural changes.
  8. Maintain the communication system between tellers and other Bank departments.
  9. Supervise the various balancing functions of the Teller area, cash drawers and vault and prepare and monitor related reports.
  10. Perform any additional duties as assigned.



  1. Work requires a high school level of knowledge of several subjects in order to express complex thoughts clearly in writing, perform algebraic calculations, keep complex records and/or deal effectively with professionals and managers within and outside the Bank.
  2. A high degree of customer service orientation needed, including effective communication skills, sensitivity, judgement and initiative.
  3. The ability to handle high stress situations and maintain a high level of energy essential.
  4. Minimum one-year previous teller experience.
  5. Able and willing to work weekends as needed.
  6. Knowledge of general Bank and departmental policies and procedures.
  7. Must communicate effectively both orally and in writing to transact business with customers.
  8. Ability to maintain confidentiality of customer files.


Must be able to operate a computer and other basic office equipment.


Supervise staff of two or more.


Must be able to operate a computer and other basic office equipment.


Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require light lifting. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and vision.


Must be able to work independently and resolve problems. Must related and interact with people at all levels in the Bank.


Perks* offered: 401(k) with full 5% match and paid vacation after 6 months!

*Must be 21 to enroll in 401(k), and must work an average of 20+ hours per week in order to be eligible for paid vacation.

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