Personal Banker - 1, 2 or Senior - Gresham, OR (Mt. Hood Community College)

Company Name:
U.S. Bank
Title: Personal Banker - 1, 2 or Senior - Gresham, OR (Mt. Hood Community College)
Location: Oregon-OR-Gresham
Job Number: 140041885
Responsible for sales and service activities at corporate and university sites. Represents Bank at offsite events including tabling events, financial wellness seminars and workplace banking events. Opens accounts, handles teller transactions, sells/cross-sells bank products and services, and resolves customer service issues.
Refers customers to other areas of U.S. Bank as appropriate.
Converts service opportunities into sales events.
This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) registration under the terms of the S.A.F.E. Act of 2008 and Regulation Z.
You will be subject to the required registration process, which includes a criminal background and credit check.
Failure to meet or maintain any of the NMLS registration requirements, including maintaining a satisfactory criminal and credit record, may result in a rescission of your offer or termination of employment.
Your Career is Here.
Basic Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Two or more years of experience in sales and/or cash handling activities or commensurate training
Preferred Skills/Experience - Ability to sell bank products, process transactions, and solve customer service issues - Thorough knowledge of all retail products and services, applicable bank and branch policies, procedures and support systems - Effective interpersonal/customer service skills - Well-developed selling, cross-selling and referral skills - Strong mathematical, problem-solving and negotiation skills - Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to analyze customer credit data and other related financial information
- Strong interpersonal & relationship building skills
- Previous experience in a financial sales representative oriented role
Job: Branch Banking

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