Head Teller

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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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Typically, these users are field personnel, such as tellers, head tellers and branch managers, although some are personal bankers, regional managers and commercial sales executives.
Studies conducted by Arca, a major cash automation device manufacturer in Mebane, N.C., show that cash recyclers can free up to six hours per day for tellers and head tellers and save $12,000 annually per branch.
Each division consists of five branches; each branch employs a branch president, branch vice-president/chief loan officer, customer service representatives, loan representatives, mortgage loan originators, head tellers, tellers, and administrative assistants.
A young teller explained that "for us, the people in the administrative positions, such as a branch head and managers with desks are just someone within the same office, but head tellers (the position the tellers can become with seniority) have powers for authorising everything".This view of supervision results from the commonality between superiors and subordinates in their ways of conceptualising life in their workplaces.