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CURRENT OPENINGS: 


Teller

Overview:

St. Louis Community is more than a credit union. As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), we exist to serve communities through financial hope and inclusion.
We’re looking for excellent people to be part of our giveback. We are committed to hiring in the neighborhoods we serve, and we recruit and retain people of all backgrounds to help meet the financial services needs of our members and our community.
If you have a great work ethic, motivation to excel and a desire to serve, come grow with us. You’ll find more than a job here. You’ll find a passion and a career. Are you ready to make a difference? Apply today!
St. Louis Community Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Summary: Teller

Tellers assist members in person, by phone and mail with specific account requests. They are responsible for managing an assigned cash drawer with accuracy and are expected to be in balance at the end of each workday. Tellers should have a working knowledge of the products and services offered by the Credit Union and are responsible for discovering opportunities to serve each member they assist. They will also assist Branch Managers/Assistant Branch Managers with assigned duties.

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Essential Functions:

  1. Process members’ financial transactions; including deposits, cash/check withdrawals and loan payments/advances; sell negotiable instruments; transfer funds for members as directed; complete wire transfers; assist members in activating and pinning, deactivating and reordering debit cards; complete all other transactions as requested.
  2. Verify member identification according to guidelines to avoid fraudulent transactions.
  3. Receive share drafts/checks, verify proper endorsement and determine appropriate check holds.
  4. Complete all transactions with accuracy.
  5. Balance currency, coin, checks and negotiable instruments at the end of the workday to ensure balancing accuracy.
  6. Based on assignment, balance ATMs, verify and post night deposit transactions, balance and process check batches for proper clearing and process transactions received through the mail.
  7. Manage cash load to ensure cash and vault drawers are within acceptable limits.
  8. Make a concerted effort to solve members’ issues and concerns.
  9. Counsel members on account questions relating to deposit products, loans and services offered at the Credit Union.
  10. Serve each member with courtesy and respect at a level consistent with our 4 Steps to Extraordinary Service.
  11. Discover opportunities to serve every member assisted by offering products and services that meet their needs and enhance their personal finances.
  12. Strictly adhere to all safety and security procedures, including opening and closing the offices.
  13. Uphold the highest standard for keeping member and Credit Union business strictly confidential.
  14. Understand and comply with all state and federal regulations and laws. Ensure compliance with all governing regulations especially the Bank Secrecy Act requirements. Bank Secrecy Act knowledge will be determined by the employee’s position and responsibility. 
  15. Be knowledgeable of and adhere to all guidelines specified under internal audit control policies and procedures.

Each employee of St. Louis Community will be held to and accountable for each of the areas outlined in our “ACT” plan listed below:

 Accountable

  • Reliable: ready to work at scheduled times
  • DWYSYWD: do what you say you will do
  • Responsible: perform job duties accurately, on time and within budget; don’t pass the buck when something goes wrong
  • Resourceful: run it like you own it (use CU resources wisely)
  • Avoiding actions that warrant a write-up

 Compliant

  • Adhere to all Credit Union policies and procedures
  • Have a strong attention to detail to avoid repeated errors and errors due to blatant negligence

 
Teammate

  • Supportive: help your co-workers succeed
  • Cooperative: work together, not in isolation (together, everyone achieves more)
  • Golden Rule: treat others the way you want to be treated
  • Attitude: help create a friendly and positive atmosphere wherever you are
  • Have no negative internal survey reports

 Additional Responsibilities:         

  1. Replenish forms in the work area. 
  2. Complete special projects and miscellaneous assignments or functions as required and/or assigned.

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Qualifications:   

  1. High school education or sufficient technical/trade/business school classes. One (1) year previous teller experience preferred but not required.
  2. Must be able to lift 10-30 pounds and reach above head to move files if necessary.
  3. Experience in handling large cash amounts.
  4. Basic computer skills and working knowledge of office equipment (copy machines, scanners, etc.).
  5. Clear, concise oral and written communication skills for member transactions by phone or in person.  

Physical Requirements:

The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to do data entry, stand/walk, talk and/or hear. The employee must be able to lift and/or carry cash drawers, bags of coins, boxes of checks, receipt and envelopes up to 30 pounds. The employee is also required lift, carry, reach above shoulders, stoop pull, and bend while stocking teller supplies. The employee must occasionally drive from his or her home office to different branches.

Benefits:

• Medical, dental and vision insurance
• Ancillary life insurance
• Matching 401(k)
• Pension
• Paid vacation time, personal days plus federal holidays
• Competitive pay
• Paid training
• Opportunities for career growth (promoting from within)

Facilities – Maintenance Specialist

Job Summary - Facilities – Maintenance Specialist 

General building and property maintenance to include, but is not necessarily limited to, snow plowing lots, shoveling and/or blowing snow from walks, spreading ice melt chemicals, mowing, trimming and maintaining lawns, interior and exterior painting, general carpentry, plumbing, mechanical, electrical repairs, maintenance and repair of maintenance machinery/equipment, office machinery/equipment and custodial work. The exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance is crucial.

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Essential Functions 

  • Responsible for physical condition, maintenance, repair, general housekeeping, safety and appearance of credit union buildings, properties and other facilities. Examples of job responsibilities will include, but are not necessarily limited to, general building and property maintenance, landscaping and grounds maintenance. May at any time be called upon to perform duties such as landscaping to include such activities as mowing, planting, trimming, pulling weeds and refreshing mulch beds; picking up trash from the lawns, driveway and parking areas; cleaning and polishing exterior banking equipment kiosks, tubes and fascia surfaces; emptying indoor and outdoor trash cans; snow and ice removal, to include use of snow blowers, shovels, spreaders and ice melt chemicals; interior and/or exterior painting; plumbing repairs; carpentry work; removal and installation of flooring; cleaning and/or finishing of interior flooring; pressure washing of parking lot, sidewalks, porches and drive way surfaces; drive way and walk way patch/repairs; maintenance, cleaning or replacement of lighting fixtures to include re-lamping of lighting fixtures; moving of office furnishings, file cabinets and office equipment, to include in some cases heavy banking equipment; warehouse work to include material and tool storage as well as records storage and destruction; etc.
  • Where necessary, acts as liaison between credit union and outside maintenance vendors to ensure facilities and equipment are properly maintained.
  • Secondary or “Additional Responsibilities” as outlined below could include cleaning and maintenance of basic office equipment. Could in some cases involve surveillance and banking equipment and/or machinery, including electronic and automated controls such as thermostats, etc.
  • Employee is regularly required to do data entry, and will require some computer skills with a basic understanding of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook and other related general office type programs.
  • Job requires warehouse work and general office level bending, lifting, carrying, reaching, stooping and pulling.
  • Capable of handling weight up to 100 pounds.
  • Ability to work indoors and outdoors during extreme weather conditions.
  • May from time-to-time be called upon to perform maintenance and or cleaning at any or all the Credit Union’s locations.
  • Must be able to reach 6-½ feet in height and reach low shelves.
  • Understand and comply with all state and federal regulations and laws to include OSHA standards. Where applicable, ensure compliance with all governing regulations to include the Bank Secrecy Act requirements. Bank Secrecy Act, Bribery Act and other regulatory knowledge requirements will be determined by the employee’s position.
  • Must be able to read, understand and follow written label directions, material data, safety and product safety handling sheets.

Each employee of St. Louis Community will be held to and accountable for each of the areas outlined in our “ACT” plan listed below:

 Accountable

  • Reliable: ready to work at scheduled times
  • DWYSYWD: do what you say you will do
  • Responsible: perform job duties accurately, on time and within budget; don’t pass the buck when something goes wrong
  • Resourceful: run it like you own it (use company resources wisely)
  • Avoiding actions that warrant a write-up

 Compliant

  • Adhere to all company policies and procedures
  • Having a strong attention to detail to avoid repeated errors and errors due to blatant negligence.

 Teammate

  • Supportive: help your co-workers succeed
  • Cooperative: work together, not in isolation (together, everyone achieves more)
  • Golden Rule: treat others the way you want to be treated
  • Attitude: help create a friendly and positive atmosphere wherever you are
  • Having no negative internal survey reports

 Informed

  • Develop adequate product knowledge and skill set proficiency
  • Continued self-development via online courses, meeting participation and other development

 On Brand

  • Deliver on Brand Promise of helping to improve customers’ financial situation
  • Treat co-workers, business partners, etc. the same way you treat customers, and vice versa
  • Appearance: strictly adhere to the dress code policy; ensure good personal hygiene that is not personally offensive to others; keep workplace clean
  • Behavior: follow the standards outlined by HR Department
  • Quality: follow the standards outlined by HR Department

 Noble

  • Purpose: we are here to help customers have access to affordable banking options
  • Integrity: go about your job the RedDough way, with honesty, dignity and humility as outlined by the HR Department

 Additional Responsibilities:

  • SLCCU generally purchases outside vendor maintenance contracts to ensure the condition and timely repair of trade fixtures and office equipment. Other duties may however include general office equipment maintenance, lubrication and or cleaning of assemblies within the scope of what is considered “User Serviceable”.
  • Complete special projects and miscellaneous assignments or functions as required and/or assigned.
  • Work schedules will vary. Some circumstances will require early morning, evenings, weekend and/or holiday hours. Examples include, but are not however limited to, ATM or Drive up maintenance, inclement weather, maintenance projects where it is necessary or desirable to perform work, or have work performed while the facility is unoccupied, and/or any number of emergency or unforeseen circumstances which may arise.

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 Qualifications: 

  • High School, trade school graduate or equivalent work experience.
  • Capable of completing tasks with minimal supervision.
  • Must have amiable and congenial interpersonal relationship skills.
  • Must be friendly, enthusiastic, dependable and detailed oriented.
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, safe driving record and proof of insurance.
  • Must be able to handle and lift a minimum of 100 lbs. and bend down to low shelves and cabinets.

Physical Requirements: 

The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to do data entry, stand/walk, bend/stoop/crouch, kneel/push/bend, talk and/or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or carry up to 100 pounds. The employee is also required to lift, carry and reach above shoulders, stoop, pull and bend while stocking supplies.