CU Employment Opportunities

CU Employment Opportunities

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Credit union employment opportunities remain listed for up to three months from the initial posting date unless AVCU is asked to remove them sooner.  To submit a new position, or to ask us to remove an employment opportunity that is no longer active, please email us.

AVCU is not liable for the content, veracity, or continued availability of any position listed below.  Most recent update: 1/17/20.

Facilities Coordinator
Vermont Federal Credit Union (1/3)
Facilities Coordinator
Vermont Federal Credit Union (1/3)
Head Teller (St. Albans)
Vermont Federal Credit Union (1/3)
Head Teller (St. Albans)
Vermont Federal Credit Union (1/3)
Cooperative Housing Specialist
Cooperative Development Institute (11/1)
Cooperative Housing Specialist
Cooperative Development Institute (11/1)

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Ensures our facilities provide a positive and welcoming environment for our team and our membership. Plans, organizes, and directs activities related to credit union facilities management, logistics, maintenance and security.
  • Acts as key liaison for a variety of external facility related vendors including but not limited to, janitorial firms, Furniture/Fixtures/Equipment companies, equipment maintenance vendors, and alarm companies.
  • Maintain staff alarm and door access to facilities using the applicable software application, and respond to alerts.
  • Monitor status of ATMs through vendor website, and respond to alerts.
  • Proactively identifies and coordinates facilities related needs and requests of the organization for repairs, maintenance, security, and worksite improvement. Ensures general repair and cleanliness of all CU property and working areas.
  • Manages annual calendar of facilities and building needs for seasonal as well as ongoing upkeep and repair.
  • Works within approved budget, conserves resources, develops and implements cost saving measures.
Job Requirements:
  • Five years of similar or related experience.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite is required.
  • Technical knowledge of materials, methods and tools involved in repairing and maintaining plumbing, electric and HVAC systems. Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.

Apply for this position on Vermont Federal Credit Union’s website. Be sure to attach your resume as applications without a resume will be considered incomplete.

E.O.E.

In collaboration with the Branch Manager, this position is responsible for leading teller line operations through scheduling and directing daily activity of tellers.  This position will work with the Branch Manager to recognize and develop areas of improving teller staff performance through coaching and cross training. Conducts staff meetings to keep teller staff informed of policy or procedure changes.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Branch training of new staff
  • Assisting with performance reviews.
  • Informing manager of potential issues and may be involved in corrective action process.
  • Ongoing performance coaching of teller staff
  • Monitoring department for compliance with established policy and regulations.
  • Orders daily cash requirement for the credit union
  • Manages cash vault
Job Requirements:
  • Two to five years of similar or related experience.
  • A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.

Apply for this position on Vermont Federal Credit Union’s website. Be sure to attach your resume as applications without a resume will be considered incomplete.

E.O.E.

As they continue to grow their New England Resident Owned Communities Program, the Cooperative Development Institute (CDI) is looking for a new full-time team member to join them in Vermont.

Affordable housing is crucial for people to lead stable, productive lives and stay out of poverty. If you are passionate about preserving affordable housing in Vermont, great with people, a good trainer, and committed to building democratic ownership, then get in touch with them. The New England Resident Owned Communities (NEROC) program wants to hear from you.

Download and examine their job description here for full details. For application instructions, call 877-NECOOPS (877 632-6677, toll-free) or 413-665-1271, extension 1.

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