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Absa Bank Teller Job For Finance Graduate (nqf5) In Johannesburg


ABSA Bank Teller Job For Finance Graduate (NQF5)
Gauteng (Johannesburg)
N4 or Grade 12/Matric
No work experience wanted as job-training is provided. To apply register and login read more below...
Primary Location :ZA-Gauteng
Job Type :Permanent/Regular
Posting Range :14 Mar 2014 - 21 Mar 2014




Job Purpose


 To receive, acknowledge, count, balance and process business and corporate deposits on a daily basis.


Key Responsibilities


  • Scan and receive deposits from Workflow officers using the Cash centre management system (ISA)
  • Check for tampering on bags as you scan the barcode on the bags following the Cash Centre policies and procedures.
  • Ensure all bags are scanned and acknowledged as received from workflow officers.Open canister or bag as per opening of bags/canister procedure
  • Annotate on ISA policeman under camera what is on the deposit slip and count deposit per denomination received as outlined in the cash centre policy and procedure-processing of cash and cheque deposits.
  • Should there be discrepancy in a client deposit the precaution as per Cash centre policy and procedure must be followed.
  • Should there be a cash difference in a client deposit of R1000.00 or more either short or surplus, the controller must cash count the teller according to the Cash management and control procedures-cash count duties.
  • The teller controller must action the cash differences as described in the cash centre policy and procedures -differences in cash deposit
  • Postal orders to be paid over to a dedicated teller as per Cash management control procedures-Refer to section on postal /money orders.
  • Mutilated notes and coins to be paid over to a dedicated teller as per Cash management control procedures-Refer to the section Mutilated banknotes and coins
  • Teller must use the transfer option on ISA to transfer cash when paying over floats to treasury and also when transferring cash to note sorters for counting.
  • All coins received by tellers are paid over to scan coin tellers and counted and paid over to treasury.
  • Process all deposit slips fast and accurately after counting and balancing each deposit Ensure correct processing of clients account number by checking account number loaded on the ISA system and double checking on the deposit slip.
  • Ensure that teller controller checks all client deposit shortages and surpluses before packing away money –refer to cash centre policies and procedure under the heading cash centre teller function.
  • Ensure that client deposit is displayed on counter in such a manner that it is clearly visible and denominations are clearly distinguishable for video footage purposes. This will assist the cash centre in handling client queries should there be any disputes.
  • When handling drop safe deposits, ensure that all drops/deposits are checked against the drop sheet before starting with the deposit. Should there be a discrepancy in the number of deposits drops received and that noted on the drop sheet the teller controller must be informed. Drop sheet must be stamped if it is correct.
  • Adhere to Prevention of Counterfeit of Currency Act no 16 of 1965 to ensure no fraudulent notes are sent to treasury.
  • Meet all the agreed targets as per Performance Development Documents to exceed customer expectation.
  • Manage shortages and surpluses within the limits as per Performance Development Documents by being vigilant and following Cash centre teller functions policies and procedures.
  • Maintain daily teller float targets as per Cash management control procedures-Cash management requirements.
  • Follow balancing procedures by comparing actual cash on hand with processed cash transaction, these two must correspond.
  • Adhere to all end of day functions as per ABSA 3368/3369 and ISA
  • Adhere to security regulations to teller operator card as outlined in the acceptance of responsibility for operator card(Absa 2560)
  • Plan agrees and executes Personal development with line manager
  • Adhere to legislation and regulatory requirements, by completing all required compliances tests
  • Meet agreed targets in terms of volumes such as bundles and deposits to increase productivity using the AOM stats
  • Maintain all equipment by cleaning it regularly and report all faulty equipment to Line managers.
  • Contribute to a lean culture by sharing innovative ideas and escalating these to Line managers




  • Following instruction and procedures
  • Adapting and responding to change
  • Delivering results and meeting customer expectation
  • Coping with pressure
  • Working with people


Essential/Basic Qualifications
  • NQF Level 4: Grade 12
  • Minimum 6 months working experience as a bulk teller
  • Diploma or higher qualification
  • Exp working with forex and rand parity transaction in a banking environment
  • Exp using the Financial banking system (FBSS AND ISA )




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