EXPERIENCE WHAT EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS IS ALL ABOUT!
Community Bank of the Chesapeake is made of up passionate people who work hard to exceed expectations. We seek career-minded people who can contribute to our culture of excellence. If you’re interested in an opening listed below, we invite you to apply.
Responsible for providing prompt, efficient, friendly customer service including, but not limited to, cash handling, daily balancing, account opening, account maintenance, processing negotiable items, scanning and batching documents. Follows established bank policies and procedures. Recognizes and identifies referral and cross selling opportunities with customers and non-customers and meets or exceeds established sales and referral goals.
Responsible for developing and maintaining investment account relationship and guiding clients through the financial planning process. Primarily works to build existing customer relationships and services those accounts according to program-specific practice management standards. Properly handles internal referral sources within the Bank. Provides advice to customers on annual objectives, stays informed of market trends, new product offerings and compliance and regulatory issues.
Qualified candidates must have three years successful experience selling investment and securities products and services in the financial service industry. A thorough knowledge and understanding of investment products is necessary. A bachelor's degree or a comparable level of experience and education is required. Candidates must possess active FINRA Series 6, 63 and 7 securities licenses as well as Life & Health licenses. Individuals must have an excellent customer service attitude as well as strong sales and cross sell sales skills. Must have the ability to assess customer needs, recommend appropriate products and compel customers to act upon those recommendations. Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills as well as the flexibility to travel to various customer or branch locations are required. Candidates must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. Energetic and self-motivated candidates who are able to function with limited supervision are desired.
This is a full-time position located in Southern Maryland. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees.
Supervises the branch operations and oversees staff. Mentors, supports, and continues training of new tellers on an ongoing, consistent basis. Attains sales goals through coaching and employee development. Provides prompt, efficient and friendly service involving customer service of all types. Acknowledges customer needs with suggestions appropriate to the bank’s services and maintains a certain level of sales effectiveness in doing so. Follows the established bank policies and procedures for this position and follows the Manager’s direction.
This position requires a great deal of flexibility with scheduling to accommodate branch needs, often with little or no advance notice.
Community Bank of the Chesapeake’s summer internship program enables undergraduate students to explore career opportunities in various areas of our business to determine which ones may best fit their talents and interests. Summer interns at Community Bank will receive on the job training, coaching and feedback from experienced professionals while working alongside them to complete tasks and projects throughout the summer. The program also provides excellent opportunities for participants to develop or expand their professional networks.
Opportunities may be available in the following business areas: operations, accounting/finance, lending, credit, human resources, marketing, information technology, commercial banking and sales. Successful candidates must be enrolled in a business related bachelor’s degree program and possess the following:
Interested candidates should complete an online application and submit their resume with professional references by February 15, 2017. Resumes and applications will be reviewed and top candidates will be selected for interviews. The application and selection process is expected to be completed by the end of February and the summer program will begin in May 2017.
Successful candidates will be assigned to work in one or more business areas during the summer program. Summer opportunities in these areas are determined by business need. Position location is tied to the business area.
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