I am a graduate of Colorado State University of Pueblo with my Bachelor of Science in Sociology. While being in college for four years I realized it was laying the foundation for my future career field. I am now eagerly looking for a career field that I can apply all my college knowledge to, or a field that I can become more knowledgeable in.
Being a Victim Assistant Specialist entails being able to help those who have been through crimes, whether they are petty crimes or heinous crimes. We provide intervention to victims and witnesses of crime. We also provide community resource referrals to our victims that may include: Counseling, legal aid services, probation information, social services, shelter, transportation, translation services, child care services during court proceedings and much more. Some more responsibilities include:
Working as a bank teller/representative, people put a lot of trust in you to handle their money, and their bank accounts. Working at a bank my job responsibilities are to help with deposits, and withdrawals, opening new bank accounts, and credit card accounts. We preform cash advances, and cashier checks, along with loan payments. I'm responsible for balancing my drawer, and I am responsible for counting the vault and making sure the numbers from the previous day matches with current day numbers. A lot of organization and filing comes with this job. We have to file the correct paper work in the correct spots in order to keep a history of it. Dealing with the financial needs of a person is very confidential, so making sure they feel comfortable and having that trust in you while dealing with their accounts and money is rewarding. Some of the duties I do daily, but aren't restricted to are:
· Maintained optimal financial controls by securing funds and making accurate transactions
· Verified amounts and integrity of every check or funds transfer
· Promoted facility security by monitoring customer behaviors and following established protocols to protect individuals and assets
· Processed customer transactions, including loan payments, safe deposit boxes and check-cashing
· Reconciled cash and checks against computer records at end of shift
· Entered transactions into computer and issued customer receipts
· Received cash and checks for deposit, including verifying amounts and endorsements and examining cash to prohibit acceptance of counterfeit bills
· Identified and reported suspicious behavior to security personnel as appropriate
· Proficient in Check Systems, OFAC, Marijuana License check
I worked here throughout my college education because they worked well with my hours for school. As I progressed in this job I received a different title of a "Merchandise Handler". This included taking in our trucks (inventory) on Wednesday mornings for our retail shop. When the truck arrived, to know it was our truck for our location we had two different locks on the truck that had numbers that we needed to match on our paperwork. Once we had compared numbers, we would take the locks off and the unloading would begin. Once our product was in our stock room, we would than verify that we had everything that we ordered. Another important part of this job was reaching our sales goals. Each day we would print out a sheet that had our sales goals on it for the day. Every hour we would print out a report letting us know how we did for that hour, and what we needed to improve if we needed to. All of our sales goals added up for our end of the year goals, which would be comprised in a statistical report.
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