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Call Center Teller

Job Details:
Competitive pay - potential to earn more by cross selling
Paid holidays - including both federal and state holidays
Weekends off - enjoy time off with your family EVERY weekend!
Paid leave - vacation and sick leave after 6 months of employment
Full-Benefits - medical, dental, vision and life insurances available.
401(k) retirement plans - including employer match! Available after you have been employed one-year and 21 years old
Responsibilities:
As part of the Horizon Credit Union team, you will efficiently assist members with teller transactions and provide excellent member service. Also promotes credit union products and services. Provide accurate, courteous, and professional service to all members or potential members when assisting them with financial transactions or inquires. Meet/exceed required performance cross-selling goals and on-line education training as established by management. Your day-to-day responsibilities will look something like this:
Deposits, withdrawals, and transfers -- you'll learn how to do all of this during teller training
Member service - provide accurate, courteous and professional service to all our members
Fraud identification - be mindful for any suspicious activity
Cross-selling help members discover additional products and services to meet their needs
Qualifications:
High school graduate or equivalent
Excellent communication skills
Professional attitude
Honesty and Integrity
Solid math skills
Good typing skills
About us:
On April 6, 1956, 12 visionary people attended a meeting held at Davis High School for the purpose of establishing a credit union for employees of the Davis County School District. Articles of Incorporation were presented at this meeting. The Credit Union would be called "Davis School District Employees Credit Union" with the original domicile of the business being Davis High School. The duration for this new entity was set at 100 years.
The purpose of the Credit Union would be to "promote thrift among its members by affording a means for saving and investing money, by procuring deposits or loans of funds upon the associated liability of its members, by furnishing advances or loans for productive, provident and remedial purposes, by promoting in a cooperative spirit the ideals of help for self help, in the interest of its members."
An organization meeting was subsequently held on April 26, 1956. Twenty four persons attended. The initial deposits to the credit union were made on this date by 16 of the original members totaling $295.00. Neale Davis was hired as the first full-time employee of the Credit Union seven years later in June of 1963. Under Neale's direction, the Credit Union would grow from six hundred thousand dollars ($600K) to thirty million dollars ($30M) dollars in assets. During his tenure of 30 years, the main office of the Credit Union would move from a small home in Farmington to a shared facility with the DEA, and later to our current three story location. The Bountiful and Clearfield offices would also be opened in 1982 and 1983 respectively. Members from both ends Davis County could now have access to their funds and Credit Union services.
Today, the Credit Union stands as evidence of strong volunteer leadership, faithful employees and devoted member participation since its inception. We are well capitalized and hold $125 million dollars in assets. We are the beneficiaries of a lot of work by many people. Branches have been opened in Kaysville and West Point to provide a reasonable access distance for our members in Davis County. Recently, our Bountiful office was relocated to Woods Cross ' just one mile south. We continue to be financially well positioned and growing at a steady pace. We look forward to where our Credit Union will go and we are certain the future will be bright.



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