Typically, if you do not have experience and are applying for a first time job, you do not write a professional profile in your resume. A profile is usually written on bank teller resumes that can boast of experience. However, there is no rule stating that you cannot write a profile if you are an entry level applicant who has no practical experience in hand. This discrimination is based entirely on our own concepts of how you want to portray yourself.
In the rare event that you decide that you want to write a professional profile instead of a bank teller resume objective, you need to follow some rules. Since you are applying for a job for which you may be skilled, you can build up on your qualifications and ignore the lack of experience. Believe it, if you word your profile properly, lack of experience will not even show!
Writing resume profiles is somewhat tricky though. You have to put in a lot of information in a few sentences and make them appear true. Farfetched statements can be off-putting – at the entry level, you do not have much leeway where exaggeration is concerned – so stick to the truth. In the three sentences allotted to you, you should be able to define your goals and strengths and how you can use them to benefit the company. Yes, resume profiles are much like objectives albeit a tad more profound.
Following are a few samples of resume profiles for an entry level bank teller resume:
• A highly motivated and competent bank teller with a special talent for responding to clients’ inquiries by complying with disclosure requirements and regulations. Adept at handling cash and credit card transactions.
• Results-driven bank teller who have acknowledged talents in identifying clients’ potential product and service needs. Exceptional knowledge of balancing cash items and handling teller checks by adhering to branch procedural controls.
• Dynamic and client-oriented bank teller with extensive knowledge of balancing cash and credit transactions, along with a strong familiarity with cross-selling bank products. Demonstrated ability to examine checks for endorsements and ensuring that all received instruments are legal.
• Accomplished individual with demonstrated expertise in processing transactions such as term deposits and retirement savings plan contributions. Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills aimed at ensuring client satisfaction and recurring business opportunities.
• Bank teller with extensive knowledge of handling front-end financial transactions by ensuring appropriate endorsement of checks, handling drawer balances and effectively managing drawer discrepancies.
• Highly motivated and versatile bank teller with deep familiarity of processing banking transactions by exercising confidentiality. Well-versed in answering clients’ questions appropriately and ensuring that their banking needs are fulfilled.
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