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Maryland Heights

1805 Craigshire Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Wildwood

16500 Manchester Road
Wildwood, MO 63040

Manchester (Lafayette Center)

407 Lafayette Center Road
Manchester, MO 63011

South County (Tesson Ferry)

12400 Tesson Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63128

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Electro Savings Careers

Electro Savings Credit Union is dedicated to providing a work environment that is conducive to both personal and professional growth. As a Credit Union, we are committed to the following:

  • Providing the highest level of member service
  • Achieving fair and equitable treatment of employees
  • Striving to be the leader of excellence in our industry
  • Providing a safe environment in which to work
  • Recruiting, developing, and retaining the best qualified persons
  • Training and developing all staff members to reach his or her own potential

Becoming an employee of Electro Savings Credit Union means more than just getting a job. It means securing a future with a Credit Union that depends on the success of its employees.

Electro Savings Credit Union is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.


Current Open Positions

  • Full-Time Teller Floater
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments. To travel to various Electro Savings Credit Union locations filling in for Teller where needed.
  • Full-Time Teller
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments. The ideal candidate will possess up to 6 months of similar or related experience in the retail or banking/financial industry. Prior cash handling and customer service experience is required. Credit union experience preferred.
  • Full-Time Teller
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments.
  • Part-Time Teller
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments.
  • Full-Time Teller
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments.
  • Part-Time Teller
    The role of a Teller is to assist credit union members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments.
  • Loan Clerk
    The role of the Loan Clerk is to support the daily, weekly, monthly, and annual clerical tasks of the Lending and Collections Departments.
  • Mortgage Loan Originator
    The Mortgage Loan Originator will assist members with their residential mortgage loan needs including determining the proper loan program, completing the loan application and gathering required documentation.


What it means to work within the Credit Union industry.

A credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative, democratically controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at competitive rates, and providing other financial services to its members. Credit unions are guided by 7 principles:

1. Credit unions are democratic
This means we are controlled by our members. The members elect a volunteer board of directors that calls the shots. So, you won’t find us flying corporate jets or handing out big bonus checks.

2. Credit unions are open
Anyone within a specified Field of Membership can belong to a credit union no matter their financial situation, race or gender, without discrimination.

3. Credit unions have better rates
Our member’s success is our success. The more people that use a credit union’s products and services, the more the credit union can give back in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates, lower and fewer fees and more products. Just like karma – what goes around comes right back around.

4. Credit unions are independent
We are owned by members, not outside shareholders. That makes each member the boss.

5. Credit unions believe in financial education
We are actively involved in helping members get ahead by providing free financial education.Got a few minutes, we’ll teach you the merits of budgeting, planning for retirement or even how to balance your checkbook.

6. Credit unions work together
We network together with other credit unions to provide more ATM’s than the world’s largest bank. We also share 4,000 branches across the country that most any credit union member can access.

7. Credit unions give back
Credit union employees and volunteers everywhere participate in local events and charities. It’s just part of our DNA.