Organized and detail-oriented cashier with six years of cash handling and customer service experience. Understands general accounting and finance concepts. A consistently positive and friendly cashier committed to reaching business goals. Looking for a position with a community bank.
Consistently achieved a balanced drawer. Balanced daily cash drawers and vaults totaling an average minimum amount in the tens of thousands of dollars. The larger amounts averaging in the hundreds of thousands.
A Cage Cashier is a front line cashier for the Casino's vault. We continuously greet customers to meet their needs and give them a positive experience. This position's duties included:
As a Vault Cashier you provide all necessary cash and coin to the front line cashiers and take in their checks, coupons, and damaged or old money. This position is a supervising position for the shift you are on and any cashiers working within this same shift. In this position you must balance the vault, verify cashiers drawers at their shifts end, provide table fills and credits, keep track of decks of cards like they are money in our vault, and use a few computer programs to accomplish these tasks and more. The computer programs and office equipment used included:
Started as a cashier, after a month or two began supervising. These positions include all of the same duties that are previously listed and on a much larger scale. Doing currency exchange on Canadian money at this location is just as common as exchanging U.S. bills to make change. This larger location made the new position a little more of a challenge and that keeps the job interesting.
This first employment opportunity taught how strong employee relationships, and great customer service mean just as much as the details of keeping track of the money that go's through the department. There were many lessons learned during this employment time frame. Lessons learned include:
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