Teller ImageIf you’re upbeat, a good listener, and enjoy a fast-paced work environment, working as a teller may be an ideal place to start your career. Our tellers:
  • Play an essential role in finding the right solutions for customers
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Receive frequent recognition and rewards for top performance
  • Work closely as a key member of a team
  • Excel at multitasking
The career path

Here are some of the opportunities open to you if you start your career at Wells Fargo as a Teller. These are not the only paths open to you, of course, but rather an idea of the direction your career might take. You can also go beyond the end points or even into another line of business — wherever your desire and hard work can take you. And you don’t need to go through all interim jobs before reaching a higher position; it all depends on your experience, potential, and development.

Teller PathTeller: Provide great service and help customers succeed financially.

Lead Teller: Provide great service, help customers succeed, and be a team leader.

Service Manager: Partner with other departments to provide customers with the full range of products and services they need; manage, coach, and develop a successful and diverse team.

Customer Sales and Service Representative: Provide financial advice and great service and help customers with challenges.

Personal Banker:
Build relationships and provide expert financial advice and great service.

Licensed Personal Banker: Build relationships and provide great service and expert financial advice, including advice on investment products.

Business Specialist: Provide financial advice and great service to business customers.

Store Manager: Lead a sales and service team to success.

Sales Consultant: Coach sales teams to help them become their best.

Mortgage Consultant: Help customers realize their dreams of homeownership.

District Manager: Head up groups of stores and lead a team to success.

A day in the life of a Teller

Tellers work in a challenging, fast-paced environment. There is no “typical day” — that’s part of the challenge, and the fun! On any given day, your work may include:
  • Greeting customers and making them feel welcome, as well as catching up with those you see regularly
  • Processing transactions for customers to help them manage their finances
  • Finding ways to make financial services more convenient for customers, like helping them sign up for online banking services
  • Recommending additional products and services to meet customers’ needs
  • Referring customers to your Wells Fargo partners
Each day your sales, service, and product knowledge grows — ultimately preparing you for the next stage of your career with Wells Fargo.

And rarely a day goes by without recognition from your manager, peers, and business partners. Your team might enjoy a pizza lunch for meeting their sales and service goals or you might receive balloons to celebrate a personal success. You’ll hear “thank you” and “great job” a lot, giving you a strong sense of accomplishment. You will know you’re part of a winning team and a winning company.

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