Citizens Bank of Bulloch County announces three new hires.
Kevin Harrison was hired to serve as executive vice president, Teracie Alderman will serve as customer service representative and Nikki Jordan will serve as bank teller.
Harrison will be responsible for managing all banking operations and deposit personnel. He will report directly to President David Beaubien and began his job at the Market District Office on June 4.
Beaubien said, “Kevin grew up in this area and was educated here as well. He has valuable management experience and our whole staff is looking forward to working with him.”
Harrison has previous banking experience as a commercial lender and most recently held the position of city president for Branch Banking and Trust in Metter. The Georgia Southern graduate earned a BBA in Finance as well as a Masters of Business Administration. He is a Rotary Club member and has served as a board member for the Candler County Chamber of Commerce.
Kevin and his wife, Mary Helen, recently moved to Statesboro and attend First United Methodist Church.
Alderman will be responsible for accommodating customers regarding all new accounts, including new checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, as well as investment and commercial accounts. She began her job at the Market District Office on May 21.
Beaubien said, “Teracie is involved in Bulloch County and has strong customer service skills. She will have the opportunity to cultivate new relationships upon the opening of our deposit operation.”
Alderman has previous banking experience as a teller and most recently held the position of assistant property manager for Players Club Apartments. Alderman has completed training certification programs in Small Business Management and Customer Service. She earned a Marketing Management degree from Ogeechee Technical College in 2005.
She is a local member First Baptist Church of Statesboro where she sings in the Celebration Choir and teaches second grade Sunday school. Alderman grew up in Statesboro and is the daughter of Ronnie and Sharon Alderman.
Jordan will be responsible for all teller functions at the newly expanded Market District Office. She began her new position on May 14.
Beaubien said, “Nikki already has great relationships in Bulloch County. Her customers voted her best teller of the year in 2006 and I know she is a positive choice for our first front line employee.”
Jordan has previous banking experience as a teller and more than five years of banking experience in deposit and loan areas from several regional institutions. She most recently held the position of drive through teller at First Southern National Bank.
Jordan is currently pursuing a degree in Accounting from Ogeechee Technical College.
Citizens Bank of Bulloch County is a division of the Citizens Bank of Washington County. It has expanded their new loan production office to now offer both deposit and loan services at their current location in the Market District.