Banking Jobs in Last Week
Getting a banking job with a high school education and skills in handling money is possible but some banking jobs can require a Bachelor's degree or a graduate degree. Its inevitable that those with a higher level of qualifications will earn more money. A bank teller is the most common banking job, due to associating with them on a daily basis. Bank tellers requires a high school diploma, customer service and money handling skills.
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Provide customer service through timeous and accurate processing of client financial
transactions to walk-in customers in Bank branches.
• One (1) year Cashier experience within a retail environment. Computer literate especially on ...
Our client is a leader in the Financial industry, offering Discretionary, Advisory and Execution services to high net worth individuals. They are currently recruiting for a Head of Private Clients. The Head of Private Clients will be responsible ...
Trainee Bank Tellers
Long- term Assignment
Leading banks seeks candidates with strong numeric and vocabulary skills for Frontline Teller positions.
Matric with a min D symbol in Mathematics/Accountancy
Credit and Criminal ...
Trustworthy bank tellers needed on behalf of our clients to manage cash and cheques.
Employee will be working in a very high security area safe from being the victim of crime.
Training will be provided for those without previous experience (2 ...
· NQF level 6 qualification in Finance, Accounting or Marketing
· Minimum 2 years’ experience in a client facing role
· Experience within a credit risk environment
· 2 years’ sales ...