Head Teller

Head Teller

A bank teller who supervises other bank tellers. While specific duties vary, most of the time, a head teller assists other tellers if they cannot balance debits and credits at their drawers and prepares an end-of-the day report for the bank.
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The former head teller for the $281 million Essential Federal Credit Union in Plaquemine, La.
As head teller, she had the keys to the bank's vault and all the tills.
Collins joined the bank as a teller in the Webster office in 2000 and has served in a variety of positions, including head teller and customer service representative.
There will be bank teller, head teller, customer service, personal bankers and management positions.
She has held numerous positions, including head teller and chief of new accounts at Ash Flat.
Professionally, the five years before attending nursing school, I worked in the banking industry as a Head Teller Supervisor.
Besides Hrissikos, the Manila native Chelsey Tyler has joined the Leachville branch as head teller.
9 Dotty Buontempo, right, assistant head teller at Meredith Village Savings Bank's Gilford office, presents Nina Gavrylyuk, coach of the Gunstock Nordic Association, a check for $1,000 on behalf of the bank.
I was at the bank talking politics, among other things, with Maria, the head teller.
Helen worked as a head teller at a bank, retiring in 1978.
That would take time away from our customers and we would lose the opportunity to talk with them," said Curt Foglesong, Home State Bank head teller.
The suspect, who reportedly admitted taking the sum from all three tills, was the head teller of the branch and had access to the bank's vault and to all the tills.