Bilingual Teller (English/Spanish)


Moneytree?offers the opportunity to work in a friendly, professional environment where you can spotlight your exceptional customer service skills, develop your career path and grow with a successful company.

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Bilingual Teller (English/Spanish)

In this important role, the Bilingual Teller will provide customers with personalized, friendly service to ensure that our customers feel valued doing business with Moneytree. Responsibilities include check cashing; processing loans, money orders, Western Union and other transactions; preparing daily reports and statements; using the point-of-sale software; and, accurately balancing a cash drawer on a regular and consistent basis.

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Now hiring at the following?location!

Moneytree, Inc.

26529 Highland Avenue
Highland, CA 92346


Pay differential for bilingual skills!


Moneytree offers an attractive wage and benefits package, including:




  • Competitive Compensation Package


  • Holiday Pay, Paid Vacation and Paid Sick Time


  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance


  • Retirement Profit Sharing Plan


  • Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance


  • Tuition Reimbursement


  • Employee Assistance Program


  • Career Advancement Opportunities


  • Professional and Friendly Working Environment



Moneytree is consistently honored as a?Best Company to Work For. In 2016, Moneytree was voted the "Best Place to Work" in the Seattle A-List Contest outranking over 200 other Seattle-area businesses.
Moneytree is also a three-time?"Best Company to Work For"?winner and?
Hall of Fame recipient?as selected by Seattle Business Magazine!
To learn more about Moneytree, visit us at:
www.moneytreeinc.com
Thank you for your interest in Moneytree!
We value equal opportunity and workforce diversity.


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Job Requirements



  • Outstanding customer service skills


  • Keyboarding and cash handling experience


  • Professional demeanor and image


  • Ability to work flexible retail hours


  • Fluency in English and Spanish






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