Writing a great resume is probably the most important part of finding a bank teller job. You only have a few brief moments to impress the prospective employer as they scan through your resume. Take the time and make the effort to create a resume you can be proud of. Your resume is “you” put on paper. Use this sample bank teller resume as an example to successfully build your own teller resume and get the job you want. The effort you put into your resume will be rewarded, so keep your eye on the prize and make it the best you can.
Your resume should begin with your name and contact information. Your contact information should include your address, telephone numbers and email address. It is easy to miss something obvious, so take a moment and review your contact information (line by line) for accuracy. Some applicants miss out on job opportunities because they didn't provide accurate contact information or forgot to include their telephone number. Don't let this happen to you! You have worked to hard to get to this point, so don't let the opportunity slip through your fingers.
14745 SE Main Street
Tigard, Oregon 97999
|Highly motivated, positive individual seeking a position that will fully utilize my customer service, organizational and problem solving skills in a team environment.|
|Four years cash handling experience in environment that requires speed and accuracy. Four years customer service experience serving customers with diverse backgrounds. Experience with Microsoft Excel, Corel WordPerfect and Microsoft Word.|
|Aug. 2007 -
Albertsons, Gresham, Oregon
|May 2005 -
McDonalds, Portland, Oregon
|May 2009||Oregon State University, Portland, Oregon
Bachelor of Arts in Finance
|2005 - Present||Northwest Medical Teams
|2007||Sunnydale Elementary School, Portland, Oregon
References: Available upon request
The Finished Resume
When writing your bank teller resume, compare it to the above listed sample bank teller resume to ensure you haven't missed anything critical. Have it reviewed by as many people as you can and implement any suggestions you think are beneficial. Once you are satisfied that your resume will impress a prospective employer, its time to put it to the test.
Remember, if you list someone as a reference, make sure you have their permission. Your potential employer won't be impressed if they call a reference you gave them and they are surpried or worse yet, if they don't give you a good reference. Yikes!
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