Bank Worker

Receives deposits and pays out money in a financial or commercial institution, keeps records of transactions, issues receipts and cashes cheques.
Training time 1 - 2 years
Average pay $68,200
Employment prospects Strong
Employment size 16,500

What does a Bank Worker do?

  • greeting customers, identifying their needs and answering customer inquiries
  • ensuring customers' forms are filled in correctly and checking customers' identification
  • accepting cash and cheques deposited by customers, verifying records and receipts, and crediting customers' accounts
  • paying money to customers according to advice slips, cheques and negotiable documents, and debiting customers' accounts
  • providing change, cashing cheques and recording transactions
  • opening and closing accounts for customers
  • balancing cash and advising supervisors of cash position and discrepancies

Related courses

Government-subsidised training is marked with this symbol
Certificate III in Financial Services
Certificate IV in Banking Services
Diploma of Banking Services Management
Certificate II in Financial Services