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Bank Officer at KCB Bank Mwanza Branch Full-time Job

2 months ago   Accounting & Finance   Mwanza   573 views Reference: 740
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Bank Officer Mwanza Branch

Job Summary:

The role holder is responsible for offering quality cash services

Job Details

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To offer quality cash services
  • To ensure that customer account and instruments details are correctly captured
  • Ensure that cheques presented are correctly captured
  • Ensure that the names of the payee tallies with the name of the account and the beneficiary account on the deposit slip
  • Ensure that cheques are properly drawn in all respects
  • Ensure that the payee number is correctly indicated on the reverse of all cheque deposits
  • Ensure that the deposit slips and the corresponding cheques have crossing stamp.

DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To receive and post cash deposits, cheque deposits and money orders
  • To make cash payments against authorized instruments.
  • To issue cheque-on-selves against covers
  • To give cash change
  • To ensure that cash held in the till is adequate
  • Lodge excess cash/currency in the strong room
  • Ensure that cash held in the till at the end of business day tallies with the users cash analysis report
  • Compile and submit cash returns in respect of own general ledger accounts

BUSINESS REQUIREMENT:

  • Banking Operations Cash, Clearing, Accounts & Admin.
  • Customer Service / Relationship Mgt.

MINIMUM POSITION QUALIFICATION AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor in Banking/Finance or equivalent
  • Fresh Graduate (1-year experience added advantage)
Company Description
KCB Group is registered as a non-operating holding company which started operations as a licensed banking institution with effect from January 1, 2016. The holding company oversees KCB Kenya incorporated with effect from January 1, 2016 and all KCBs regional units in Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia and South Sudan. It also owns KCB Insurance Agency, KCB Capital, KCB Foundation, National Bank of Kenya and all associate companies. The holding company was set up to among other things to enhance the Groups capacity to access unrestricted capital and also enable investment in new ventures outside banking regulations, achieve operational and strategic autonomy for the Groups operating entities and enhance corporate governance across the Group and oversight in management of subsidiaries.

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