Careers In Banking
Bank Teller- Responsible for handling customer financial transactions like deposits, withdrawals, transfers, money orders, and checking. Duties also may include counting cash, answering phones, filing deposit slips and paperwork, managing ATM deposits, and balancing numbers at the end of the day.
Accounting-Analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within an organization.
Ag Lending- Most farms in the United States remain family-owned. Financing supplied by banks is essential to many individual farm operators and to the development of new Ag technologies and techniques. As with all forms of lending, Ag credit presents a unique set of risks.
Audit/Compliance- responsible for ensuring that a company is adhering to any federal and state regulations relevant to its business. They also review and enforce compliance with standards or regulations imposed by professional organizations or even a company's internal guidelines.
Human Resources-Human Resources includes many roles and responsibilities. It includes recruitment, selection, training and development, evaluate the performance of the staff, maintain the database records of the employees etc.
Risk- responsible for ensuring the Bank maintains adequate credit, compliance, and operational risk procedures, thus ensuring the Bank is in full compliance with all banking laws, regulations, and internal policies and procedures.
Marketing- plays an important role in a bank. Increasing the sales of the bank to make it profitable, maintaining its brand value and identity among the prospective customers, taking care of advertising and social media are some of the major responsibilities of a marketing manager.
Cybersecurity- responsible for providing security during the development stages of software systems, networks and data centers. The professionals have to search for vulnerabilities and risks in hardware and software. They build firewalls into network infrastructures.
Lending/Investments- help their clients raise money in capital markets by issuing debt or selling equity in the companies. Other job duties include assisting clients with mergers and acquisitions (M&As) and advising them on unique investment opportunities such as derivatives.
Wealth Management- include relationship management, helping clients with account details, and providing advice on financial investments. To be successful as a Wealth Manager, you should have the ability to explain complex information, be confident, and have good sales and negotiation skills