What does a Lead Teller do?
Tellers are responsible for handling customer transactions and helping with account related inquiries at banks. This most typically includes processing account deposits and withdrawals for a variety of account holders. Some tellers are also responsible for other banking services, including creating accounts, managing safety deposit boxes, and helping customers order replacement checks.
Tellers usually have a high school diploma, as well as some experience with handling cash and interacting with consumers in a retail or service-based environment. Tellers can oftentimes advance into senior teller positions and then into other banking services, like mortgages and loans.
Lead Teller Salaries
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Lead Teller Insights
“Key bank is amazing at following career pathing and helping you reach goals within the company”
“I really did enjoy working for them and the people I worked with were amazing.”
“I just finished the 1st part of my training and onboarding ans everyone was wonderful.”
“I enjoyed my time at Texas Trust and the pay was good for what it was.”
“They have great benefits and I would highly recommend someone to open an account or a job application.”
“Good place to work near my home love my customers and people I work with.”
“It was a very nice place to work with a lot of good peoples with a lot of benefitso”
“higher up jobs have minimum pay increase its better to stay in a lower rank position for nearly the same pay”
Lead Teller Interviews
Lead Teller jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a lead teller
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The most common qualifications to become a lead teller is a minimum of a GED / High School Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.