Desiring the opportunity to interview in person for an Bank Teller position with your Institution, I thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
I am pleased to present my resume to you for consideration as an (bank teller, or similiar position) at the (name the branch) of (Name the bank). I possess a (type of relevant degree) from (name of university). Having the desire to provide both informative and quality customer service to all bank customers, I am certain that I will be a valuable asset to your institution.
As my resume will demonstrate, my educational training (and work experience if applicable) has been geared toward providing excellent customer service to customers Throughout my formal training, I have been given ample opportunities to prepare to (gear it to the job), and have experience in handling customer funds and doing the required paperwork at the end of the day to balance accounts. (If you don't have bank experience but have other cash register experience, highlight that briefly instead. They want to know that you can handle large sums of money and multiple transactions in a fast paced environment.) As a result, I feel genuinely prepared to further the goals of your company in a professional, courteous and complete manner.
My greatest strengths include a desire to help those in need of financial services as well as making customers feel at home so that they will want to return and keep banking with the company. Actively engaging in (making the customers banking experience a pleasant one by having a postive attitude, being friendly and truly caring about the customer.)
I am confident that I will be an asset to (name the bank). I look forward to meeting with you to discuss your institutions goals and how I can help you achieve them as a (whatever the actual position is that you are applying for). Thank you.
This is a layout of one of the most effective bank teller cover letters we have seen used. It uses ideas to get you cover letter looked at when there are many applicants for the same cover letter. Impressive and yet it doesn't go over board.