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Personal Banker Tujunga Branch - Citi (Tujunga, CA)

Reference Code: 13049238 Tujunga, CA, USA Education Level: High School Diploma/GED Description Position Summary: Position Responsibilities: • Conduct outbound sales activities (e.g., phone out-reach, community events, meetings with local businesses) to establish visibility in the community and drive business to the branch. • Execute integrated sales, relationship, and credit strategies that are aligned with the branch's business plan. • Take ownership of the client experience including on-boarding and resolve service issues as appropriate through follow-up from self and other Citi resources following client transactions. • Assist in execution of branch events; invite clients and prospects to events; actively engage with attendees and follow-up to develop a network and grow branch business. The information listed within this Description summary is intended to indicate the general nature and level of work. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive account of all the responsibilities, and/or minimum qualifications required of an employee assigned to this position. Interface.d2975423e342.row1\" class=\"contentlinepanel\" title=\"\" style=\"\"> Interface.d2975423e344.row1\" class=\"inlinepanel\" title=\"\" style=\"DISPLAY: inline\"> Qualifications • Bachelor's degree preferred • 3-5 years banking, retail other related sales and service experience • Demonstrated ability to develop and execute a sales plan • Demonstrated ability to engage in outbound sales activities and acquire new business • Demonstrated ability to successfully deepen and retain client relationships • Product/service knowledge; expertise in articulating product/service information to clients • Demonstrated strong financial/business acumen • Basic computer skills - ability to interact with clients using banking technology • Results-oriented; self-starter • Strong client service orientation • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to engage with and influence others • Ability to think creatively to solve problems • Organized; ability to manage time effectively and to multi-task Source:

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