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Bank Assistant CV Example
« on: December 21, 2014, 06:04:26 PM »
  

If you are looking for a career as a Bank Assistant then you may already have some work experience related to this. When creating your CV, you need it to tell an employer the whole history or your experiences which are most relevant to the role in which you are applying for.

As a Bank Assistant you will provide support to a Manager or group of Managers on a banking and administrative capacity. You will need to be very organised and thorough and pay great attention to detail within your work.

If you are looking for an idea of how to layout your CV and what to include, please see below:

Bank Assistant CV Example

Name Surname
Address
Mobile No/Email

PERSONAL PROFILE

I am a thorough individual who pays great attention to detail in my work. I enjoy ensuring that I complete accurately and on time within my role.  I feel that my organised nature allows me to ensure that my Manager or group of Managers are also organised.
I enjoy the environment within a bank, I enjoy following procedures and strict ways of working.  I am able to communicate with a variety of different people and have had a great deal of experience when dealing with customers both face to face and over the telephone.
I have good IT skills and am willing to learn anything that I need to in my own time as required to enable me to be able to do well in my career choice. I am a positive and energetic individual that is focused and eager to further grow and develop my career in the world of banking.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Date to Date or To Date – Bank Assistant – Where?

In my role as Bank Assistant, I provide support to my Manager on a daily basis.    My responsibilities include:

  • Diary management
  • Attending in meetings, taking minutes and typing them up and distributing them
  • Sending information out
  • Ensuring the ID and documents associated with customers are up to date and correct
  • Contacting customers for any required information that my Manager or the Bank need
  • General administrative support – typing, photocopying, filing, scanning etc
QUALIFICATIONS

University, College, School – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Computer skills – MS Office, Excel???  Any banking systems that you are familiar with? Any in house systems that they may use.
Any training courses that could be relevant to the role that you are applying for? Time
management?

HOBBIES & INTERESTS

What do you like to do outside of work?

REFERENCES

Available on request.




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traceyt

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Re: Bank Assistant CV Example
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2015, 01:46:11 PM »
thanks for the example. any chance I can have it in doc or pdf format?

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Re: Bank Assistant CV Example
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2016, 11:31:59 AM »
Has anyone had any experience of applying for a job when they have little or no work experience and none that was relevant? What would they put in the work experience section? I am considering just leaving it out, but worry that would not look good, but leaving it empty would also look odd. Help please!


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