OGBEWELE
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Statutory account manager 250 000
Job Type: Full-Time

Education

From 0 to 2002
Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State
No added languages

Experience

SERVICE LEADER
KEYSTONE BANK
August 2008 - Present Day (8 years 9 months)

 Service Leader -Relief

 General supervision of branch operations

 Supervision of Operations staff, security and cleaners

 Authorization of transactions that are above teller limits

 Daily training of operations staff.

 Dual control of vault keys/ cash management

 Management of branch’s expenses

 Delivery of excellent customer service

 Collating of clearing cheques/ forwarding schedules to clearing unit

 Supervision and checking of daily proofs of ledgers

 Ensure Daily proofing of all ledger accounts

 Ensure Daily spooling and call over of branch transactions.

  • Vault out cash to tellers.
  • Ensure tellers pay within their limits.
  • Evacuate cash from bulk tellers.
  • Supervise and ensure bulk tellers update their registers.
  • Authorise tellers tickets.
  • Vault register updated daily.
  • Insuring vault when limit is exceeded.
  • Atm custodian
Customer Service Officer
Fidelity Bank Nig. Plc
March 2008 - August 2008 (6 months)
  • Accounts opening
  • Reactivation of dormant accounts
  • Processing of cheque book request
  • Printing of customer’s account statement
  • Issuing of ATM cards
Clearing Officer
United Bank for Africa plc
June 2005 - February 2008 (2 years 9 months)
  • Posting of outward and inhouse cheques
  • Caution Advice
  • Funds transfer


Front line officer

  • Tellering duties
  • Customers’ Service
  • Carrying out funds transfer
  • Compilation of Transaction journal
  • Local Money Transfer (LMT)
• Marketing/Promotion of products
Guinness Nigeria plc
April 2002 - November 2004 (2 years 8 months)

Example:

Responsibilities:

Selling ad space on the site hobatoba.com

Preparation of accounting records

Achievements:

Increased sales by 10% in the first half of 2011