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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

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Lafayette Center (Manchester)

Lead Teller

Department: Teller
Listing Date: 03/26/2021
Position: Lead Teller
Job Type: Full-Time, Non-exempt
Education Level: High School or equivalent

The primary role of the Lead Teller is to direct and schedule resources needed to meet the paying and receiving needs of the credit union. To insure members receive friendly, accurate, and timely assistance. The Lead Teller is responsible for balancing and replenishing of assigned ATM’s and keeping the teller supplies current and in stock. The lead teller will be responsible for maintaining sufficient cash in office of ATM, tellers an the vault. They’ll also order and verify cash for the Federal Reserve Bank.

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Teller

Department: Teller
Listing Date: 03/26/2021
Position: Teller
Job Type: Full-Time, Non-exempt
Education Level: High School or equivalent

The primary role of the Teller is to assist members with their financial transactions, involving paying and receiving cash and other negotiable instruments. The Teller will receive and process member financial transactions, including deposits, withdrawals and loan payments, sells money orders, official checks and cashier checks to members, transfers amounts from member accounts as direct, and receive and process VISA payments and cash advances. The Teller will follow credit union policies, procedures, mission, and values.

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Tesson Ferry

Member Lending Assistant II

Department: Member Lending
Listing Date: 01/29/2021
Position: Member Lending Assistant II
Job Type: Full-Time, Non-exempt
Education Level: High School or equivalent

The primary role of the Member Lending Assistant is to be responsible for indirect loan processing and funding. This position will audit imaged loan documents, file and track collateral titles that are received and properly documented. The Member Lending Assistant II will also be responsible for follow-ups on loan closing documentation on a daily basis for accuracy and compliance. As well as other duties assigned, as needed.

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Maryland Heights

Member Advocacy Consultant

Department: Member Advocacy
Listing Date: 03/26/2021
Position: Member Advocacy Consultant
Job Type: Full-Time, Non-exempt
Education Level: High School or equivalent

The primary role of the Member Advocacy Consultant to preserve the credit union’s assets by controlling delinquent loan accounts, collecting delinquent loan payments and/or recovering collateral. The Member Advocacy Consultant will contact delinquent accounts by phone and mail, take appropriate action to bring current, counsel members who need help, cross sell credit union products and services when appropriate, and prepare and type correspondence as needed. The consultant will maintain accurate files and reports on all collections activities, process bankruptcies adhering to the laws and regulations that govern.

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Compliance Specialist

Department: Compliance
Listing Date: 03/26/2021
Position: Compliance Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time, Non-exempt
Education Level: High School or equivalent

The primary role of the Compliance Specialist is to ensure the Credit Union is in compliance with all state and federal regulations, laws, and rules. The specialist will analyze new and pending compliance requirements affecting the Credit Union’s practices and develops, revises, communicates, and implements policies and procedures to ensure compliance. The compliance specialist will assist with developing and implementing a compliance and internal audit program and schedule to review internal Credit Union areas for compliance. Areas include general operations (BSA/AML/OFAC), high risk business accounts, deposit accounts, consumer and mortgage lending (SAFE Act), employee accounts and incentives, NCUA requirements, vendor relationships, fraud/loss and other areas as deemed necessary by the Credit Union.  

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Wildwood

There are currently no open positions available at this branch. Check back soon!

St. Peters

Our St.Peters branch is expected to open in Spring 2021. We're looking for awesome people to join our team when that time comes!

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Let's Get Personal: What Does Electro's Top Workplace Award Mean?

We have a lot to celebrate here at Electro. We just hit $200M in assets. Our organization is growing memberships, loans, and deposits at a record pace, and now being recognized as a Top Workplace in St. Louis! I've wanted Electro to earn this honor since day one here. I firmly believe everything else will fall in line if we focus on our culture first and take care of our employees.

Granted, you need a strong strategy, a supportive board, hard work, and a fantastic team to succeed, and we have all that! It's led to us becoming one of the fastest-growing credit unions in the state in a host of categories, but it's all for nothing unless we have the right culture and love our people. We do.

In the last two years, we've defined the culture at the credit union and launched programs and policies such as:

  • The Power of You
  • The Power of Community
  • The Electro Professional Development Award
  • Weekly one-on-ones across the organization-including a yearly one-on-one I have with each employee
  • Re-vamped Mentoring Program
  • Evening/weekend email ban
  • Meeting-free Fridays
  • Employee Discount and Support Programs
  • Babies at Work
  • Volunteer Time Off
  • Job Shadowing
  • And so much more

The list goes on and on! Our programs are being recognized regionally as the best in STL, nationally as industry-best, with all strategically supporting the culture we continue to build. Let's be real though; Electro's culture isn't complete. Heck, we haven't even rolled out the final piece of the puzzle to the team yet. That's coming this fall, and I can't wait! We're getting there, sure, but what we've done so far, compared to what we're building, is like looking at the framework of an incomplete building. 

The best part of it all is from here; it'll be in the hands of our employees to take that framework and create a masterpiece. In 2021 and beyond, our culture will be refined by their ideas and inspirations. Those who've bought into what we're trying to accomplish will be the ones to take us to the next level!

Top Workplace is a huge honor for Electro, for our culture and our team. What does it mean to me? It means we're on the right track, but I'm confident we're just beginning the journey toward something even better.

-Jim Struble, President & CEO

 

The Power of You

We harness the power of our employees through the Power of You, a nationally recognized employee engagement and recognition program that promotes a culture of collaboration and innovation. Just as the program's name indicates, the Power of You rewards our employees for positively impacting the credit union with their powerful ideas and insights. Since the program's 2018 launch, our employees have been ignited to share their ideas. 

The Power of You gives staff a formal program to submit process improvement ideas they believe will have a positive impact on the credit union. Employees individually or as a group complete an entry form outlining details of their idea. It must project a cost reduction, save time or generate income; but in no way adversely affect the credit union's membership. If implemented, the individual employee receives or employee group shares a $250 bonus. After six months, if the projected cost savings or income generation proves true, the employee(s) receives 10% of the projected first 12 months' cost savings or income.

"I am very proud and excited about what we have accomplished as a team with this program. We know our employees are our biggest asset. This program proves to them how much we believe in them and know how important it is that we listen to them." - Jim Struble, CEO

What it means to work for a Credit Union

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:

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.

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.

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.

Credit unions are independent

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

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.

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.

Credit unions give back

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