Legacy Bank in Mitchellville, IA is looking for a part-time Teller to assist with the following duties and responsibilities:
Accepts checks and cash for deposits to accounts, verifies amounts, examines checks for proper endorsement, and enters deposits into system
Cashes checks and processes withdrawals
Processes loan payments
Redeems U.S. Savings Bonds
Assists with night depository and vault duties
Requirements for this position include the following:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Ability to work late afternoons and Saturday mornings
Must be dependable and able to work the required shifts
Strong customer service skills and ability to work with all types of customers
About Legacy Bank
In 1904 there were many banks springing up across the state of Iowa. Many of these banks were rural in nature, with heavy ties to their local farming economy. What is now Legacy Bank was originally named Farmers Savings Bank and opened in the small town of Ira, Iowa. B.F. Baker was the first President until his death in 1927. F.W. Trammel took over the bank in 1928 and was President during the beginning of what would become the Great Depression. Sometime in the 1930’s Russell and Iona Blake gained a controlling interest in the bank.
In 1936 the bank moved its location and charter to Mitchellville, Iowa. Mitchellville was a vibrant agriculture community with multiple local businesses and a local COOP. This was during the time of the original organization of the Federal Depository Insurance Corporation (FDIC). This agency fundamentally changed the nature of banking within the United States. Mr. Blake ran the bank in Mitchellville until 1963 when he was stricken with cancer.