Floating Teller


Old National Bank was established in 1834. Today we are the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana. We provide an array of services to our clients which include Retail Banking, Investments, Wealth Management and Insurance. At Old National we believe that by helping our associates balance work life with home life, we create a more productive workforce and a stronger company. In 2014, Ethisphere Institute announced Old National Bank as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the third consecutive year.

We have a wonderful opportunity for a Part-Time Floating Teller that will cover our Harrisburg and Marion, IL offices. Old National is seeking individuals who are customer focused and have a strong desire to help our clients meet their financial objectives. Whether you have several years of banking or are new to the banking industry, we want to help you reach your personal and professional goals.

A Teller position is a key customer service position within the company. Tellers provide prompt, efficient, and friendly services for a variety of service functions, including processing savings accounts, checking accounts, loan transactions, cashing checks, and selling money orders and traveler’s checks. This position is part of the sales program and is responsible for referring customers to other banking products. Tellers may also be responsible for making outbound calls to potential customers on a variety of products and services. Tellers may also be assigned duties such as cash items, ATM balancing, safe deposits or back up for customer service and/or vault.


We require:

• High School diploma or GED Equivalent
• 1-2 years retail and/or sales experience
• 1-2 years cash handling and balancing experience
• Excellent communication and customer relation skills
• PC experience is required
• Flexible schedules

Hours: This position does not have a set schedule or a consistent number of hours on a weekly basis. The hours can range between 0-40 on a weekly basis based upon staffing needs of the branches.