Branch Manager Trainee - Chase (Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA)

As a part of JP Morgan Chase, a leading global financial services firm, Chase has over 5100 branches where our Branch Managers use their sales leadership, management excellence, and operational expertise to create an exceptional customer experience and grow the business within our valued branch network. At the completion of the program, you'll be responsible for all functions and staff within the branch. Management skills are critical as the Branch Manager directly coaches and develops the Assistant Branch Manager(s), Personal Bankers, and Sales and Service Associates. Along with the Assistant Branch Manager(s), the Branch Manager also leads the Tellers in order to create a strong team environment. In addition, the Branch Managers develop and cultivate long-term business and consumer relationships to ensure branch sales growth and customer retention. As a Branch Manager (BM), you will oversee the entire branch and have the ultimate responsibility for the branch's performance - both sales and operations. An effective BM is out on the branch floor, interacting with employees and customers everyday. The BM leads by example, coaches to the right behaviors, and holds their team accountable to do what's right for the customer. Management skills are critical as the BM oversees the entire branch staff. You will manage and improve branch performance, including Branch Profit Loss, Service Scores, Sales Campaign Results, Product Value Credits (PVCs), Teller Referrals, and you will regularly communicate branch performance and priorities with all employees. You will make sure the branch team delivers high-level customer service, and you will work with the Assistant Branch Manager/Assistant Branch Manager-Ops (ABM/ABM-Ops) to ensure the branch is operationally sound. Source: http://www.tweetmyjobs.com/chase-jobs-branch-manager-trainee-10687082?src=36

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