Treasurer - Salary and Career
Banking and Operations Technicians

Treasurer - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They process credit operations, investment and banking services, obeying external norms, emanating from government agencies, and internal ones, of the institution that employ them. They control operations for granting credit, investment and services to individuals or legal entities, in order to comply with and enforce compliance with internal rules and regulations and those of regulatory bodies, such as: central bank of brazil and the federal revenue department, among others. They serve other sectors of the bank, as their internal customers, and government agencies, other banks and the general public, as external customers, providing them with information on matters within their competence. They can coordinate human resources under their responsibility and monitor services provided by third parties.

How much does an Treasurer earn

A Treasurer earns between $1.401 and $6.496 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.586 and a median salary of $1.954 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 895 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Treasurer

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.586 31.027 646 12
1º Quartile 1.401 16.809 350 7
Median Salary 1.954 23.453 489 9
3º Quartile 4.954 59.446 1.238 24
Higher Salary 6.496 77.948 1.624 31

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • medium level technicians in administrative sciences
      • medium level technicians in financial operations
        • banking and operations technicians

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Main workplaces

Banking and Operations Technicians work in banks and other financial intermediation institutions as salaried employees, registered in the portfolio, organize themselves as a team, under permanent supervision, in closed environments, during daytime hours, under normal working conditions.

What does it take to work in the field of Banking and Operations Technicians

For the exercise of these occupations, secondary education is required, followed by work-oriented courses at the institutions themselves. The full performance of activities occurs after one to two years of experience, working under constant supervision of more experienced professionals.

Functions and activities of Treasurer

Banking and Operations Technicians must:

  • processing credit, exchange and services operations;
  • serving internal and external customers;
  • manage cashiers and treasury movements;
  • serve internal and external customers;
  • manage cashier and treasury movement;
  • manage internal and external standards system;
  • coordinate human resources;
  • prepare movement for compensation;
  • control financing and investment operations;
  • manage cashier and treasury transactions;
  • processing credit, exchange and services transactions;
  • process credit, exchange and services operations;
  • prepare movement for compensation;
  • manage cash and treasury movements;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • control financing and investment transactions;
  • manage cashier and treasury movements;
  • prepare movement for clearing;
  • prepare movement for clearing;
  • service internal and external customers;

  • Activities

    • separate documents;
    • motivate team (awards, time off, benefits);
    • record occurrences in the system;
    • close cashiers;
    • demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • supply branch atms;
    • provide change;
    • issuing financing and service contracts or amendments;
    • prepare reports on portfolio positions;
    • collect surplus from cashiers;
    • demonstrate technical analysis ability;
    • demonstrate emotional balance;
    • registering credit operations in the collection portfolio;
    • supporting other areas;
    • separate cash into lots;
    • exchange currencies between banks (foreign exchange and hedge);
    • sort documents;
    • forward processes for judicial collection;
    • contact international institutions or customers;
    • check received documents;
    • distribute tasks;
    • return irregular checks;
    • evaluate employee performance;
    • fulfill reservation requests for withdrawals;
    • monitor attendance and punctuality;
    • monitor cash and check flow;
    • demonstrate technical analysis skills;
    • participate in the selection of employees;
    • registering imports, exports and remittances with the central bank (sisbacen );
    • forward customer complaints to the competent sector;
    • participate in employee termination;
    • registering fixed and variable income operations (bmf, cetip, selic);
    • assume changes;
    • return irregular checks;
    • collect deposits and payments at branch atms;
    • processing transactions from remote means (express box);
    • open cashier;
    • demonstrate persuasion;
    • demonstrate quick thinking;
    • demonstrate dynamism;
    • demonstrate commitment;
    • complies with internal and external rules and regulations;
    • establish times for cash delivery;
    • framing operations to internal and external standards;
    • collect cash from the treasury;
    • demonstrate communicability;
    • inspect application of standards and rules;
    • grant credit within established limits;
    • forward proceedings for judicial collection;
    • calculate debit balances and interest;
    • supply cashiers;
    • make decisions;
    • supervise cashier operations;
    • train employees;
    • support other areas;
    • following operations to internal and external standards;
    • custody export documentation;
    • guide customers;
    • control processes sent for judicial collection;
    • assume changes;
    • close pouches;
    • coordinate employee work;
    • check pending documentation;
    • send pouches;
    • demonstrate initiative;
    • obtain customer authorization for operations;
    • processing borderoes;
    • assimilate changes;
    • delegate functions;
    • transmitting files via the system;
    • execute transaction write-off or settlement;
    • count cash;
    • controlling use of the guarantee fund for length of service (fgts );
    • reconcile physical and accounting movement;
    • forecast need for cash;
    • prepare reports on portfolio position;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • issuing letter of credit;
    • contact government agencies (bc, bndes, srf);
    • make employees available for other areas;
    • performing accounting control;
    • instruct employees on the application of norms and rules;
    • update system of standards and rules;
    • search for information about operations and customer documentation;
    • monitor delinquency;
    • charge fulfillment of daily tasks;
    • manage reserve balance (limit for overnight stays);
    • work as a team;
    • ensure the security of the branch's cash;
    • notify customers in debt;
    • renegotiate debts;
    • demonstrate security;
    • guard objects and documents;
    • manage adverse situations;
    • request release of funds for credit, exchange and services operations ;
    • performing transactions between accounts;
    • checking customer documentation (individuals and legal entities) and operation;
    • request cash;
    • receive pouches;
    • resolve doubts about routines;
    • supply the system with information relevant to the portfolios;
    • mount document batches;
    • interpret internal and external standards and rules;
    • control letter of credit validity period;
    • demonstrate strategic vision;
    • processing entries of settlements;
    • remove documents from cashiers;
    • relocate human resources;
    • exchange currencies between banks (exchange and hedge);
    • monitor branch atms;
    • monitor third-party services (cash carrier);
    • suggest employee promotion;

    Sectors that hire Treasurer the most in the job market

    • mutual credit cooperatives
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - supermarkets
    • valid transport activities
    • combined office and administrative support services
    • collective passenger road transport, with fixed itinerary, municipal
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - minimarkets, grocery stores and warehouses
    • hospital care activities
    • building construction
    • other service activities provided mainly to companies
    • elementary school

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