A Bank Cashier is someone who fulfils a specific role which is to serve the bank’s customers with their daily money
requirements. This includes taking in credit slips, cashing cheques (all of which has to be added up and balanced at the
end of your day).
Cashiers deal with a great deal of money on a daily basis, therefore they need to be honest employees that are reliable
and trustworthy. They are also constantly in contact with the public, It is essential that the bank cashier be proficient,
fast and precise while dealing with customers.
The job of a Bank Cashier will require minimum sales orientation and ability to identify promising sales opportunities
that will assist the bank in meeting its objectives.
The duties of Bank Cashier includes to greet the customers entering into organization, handling all the cash transaction
of an organization and receive payment by cash, cheques, credit card etc. They also need to do checking daily cash
accounts and guiding and solving queries of customer. They also engaged in providing training and assistance to new
joined cashier and maintaining monthly, weekly and daily report of transactions.
A Bank Cashier typically work 9 to 6, although this will depend on the company they work for and the size of branch
they work in. They may also be required to work on Saturdays as more branches have now started to open on
weekends, part-time positions are often available and some cashiers work shifts in a call centre instead. They typically
work indoors, and can work in a variety of places, such as banks, supermarkets, grocery stores, retail/department
stores, movie theatres, hotels, restaurants, gas stations, casinos etc.
Entry Level Education
- Bachelor’s / Master’s in Commerce ,Accounting , Finance or other related fields.
- Entrance exams like IBPS,PO.