The Credit Union offers rewarding careers in a variety of areas:
These behind-the-scenes employees keep things running smoothly. These departments make sure that operational employees have the resources they need. Executive Support, Planning and Corporate Development, Human Resources, Central Processing, Audit and Security and Compliance and Training are the departments that make up the administrative function.
The Finance Department’s duties include all activities associated with general accounting functions, such as accounts payable, bank reconciliation, balancing of daily activity, budgeting and forecasting. It is also responsible for Schools’ treasury function. Positions in the Finance Department include General Accounting Specialists, Financial Analyst and Controller.
The Information Services Organization is made up of Network Engineering, System Administration, Service Desk and Field Services, Application Development and Systems Analysis, Information Security and a Project Management Office which supports a 24 hour financial services infrastructure. As a member of Information Services, you’ll work with the latest tools and technologies and be both challenged and rewarded as an IT Professional.
The lending departments at Schools work with our members who wish to obtain Visa® Cards, Visa Check Cards, auto loans, lines of credit, mortgages or home equity loans. These positions include Card Specialists, Credit Analysts, Loan Processors and Underwriters.
The Marketing Department at Schools is where the conceptualizing, creating and championing of new product ideas and promotions happen. This team is also responsible for all member communications such as brochures, newsletters, annual reports, etc. Career opportunities in the Marketing Department include Marketing Specialists, Graphic Designer, Membership Development Specialist and Marketing Assistant.
Operations is the “front line” of Schools. These employees provide a wide array of products and services to the Credit Union’s members. These positions require exceptional service and sales skills and can range from Member Service Representatives to Branch Management positions.
Volunteers are the strength of the credit union industry. Did you know that even the Board of Directors for credit unions work on a volunteer basis? Volunteers may serve on committees that help develop policy and procedures for the Credit Union. They may also work in branches or offices, working directly with the membership.