Member Service Representative III (Loan Officer/Teller)

Company Name:
Deseret First Credit Union
Member Service Representative III (Loan Officer/Teller)
October 24, 2014 - November 24, 2014
Location: Bountiful, UT
Salary Range: DOE
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt
Benefits: Yes
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: St. George Branch
Description: We have an immediate opening for a Member Service Representative III (Loan Officer/Teller). If you would like to work for a great organization with a great atmosphere, DFCU is the place. We offer great benefits, competitive compensation, great hours where you will not work Sundays, 11 paid holidays, fun company activities and more! We are looking for someone who has a welcoming personality and the desire to give great service to our members.
Hours of work are Monday-Friday 8:45-5:45 and rotating Saturdays. You will work less hours during the week on the week's you work Saturday
- Receives and processes members' financial transactions, including: transferring money to member accounts, posting transactions to member accounts and maintaining member records.
- Offers credit union products and services that would benefit the member.
- Goes the extra mile in welcoming members.
- Provides information concerning products and services.
- Balances cash drawer and daily transactions.
- Opens new accounts.
- Helps members with their lending needs.
6 months of experience working with the general public is required. 2-3 years of banking experience is preferred.
A high school diploma or GED required. Some college education a plus.
Interpersonal Skills:
- Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job.
- Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations.
- Must be good with detail and have the ability to deal with confidential information.
- Friendly and welcoming personality.
- Ability to make conversation with others.
Job Skills:
- Microsoft Office
- General computer skills with the ability to learn new programs.
- Basic math skills.
- Ability to communicate transaction details and amounts along with explaining Credit Union products and services.

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