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Member Service Representative


ID 2018-1711
# of Openings 1
Job Locations US-NV-West Wendover
Category Member Service/Support
Type Part-Time (19 Hours)
Overview
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) is looking for a new addition to join the Greater Nevada team! A Member Service Representative position has opened up in our West Wendover Branch and we are seeking an energetic individual who wants to connect with a company that genuinely cares about making a positive difference.
Why Join Greater Nevada?
Greater Nevada Credit Union continually focuses on enhancing the lives of its employees by offering competitive wages and great benefits. We pride ourselves on a greater culture and that's why we've been recognized as the #1 Best Place to Work in the Reno/Tahoe Area. Greater Nevada Credit Union has been helping Nevadans with their financial needs since 1949 and has seen expansion in all areas of business. Would you like to help more people Live Greater? At Greater Nevada, we engage our team members by offering exciting growth and professional development opportunities, rewards for outstanding commitment to our members, and support of community involvement that encourages living Greater. Ready to achieve Greater Success and join a growing team in Northern Nevada and Las Vegas? Please apply today and see what it means to Live Greater!
Responsibilities
  • Recommending and selling appropriate products and services while processing a variety of financial transactions
  • Improving the financial lives of our members through quality referrals to Greater Nevada teammates

Qualifications
  • Previous customer/member service experience
  • Previous experience selling or referring products or services
  • Possess effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Effective relationship building skills
  • Exhibits friendly and outgoing personality
  • Enjoy working directly with the public

Desired Skills:
  • Ability to identify member financial needs
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Programs (Word/Excel)
  • Previous banking/financial institution experience
  • Problem solving skills
  • Cash handling experience

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