Where Members and Staff are Family

M.E. Employees Credit Union has a history of longevity amongst its staff members. Currently, we have four total staff members having been here for 34, 24, 20, and 6 years. That is 84 years collectively of small, family-oriented credit union experience alone at M.E. Employees Credit Union. When was the last time you walked into your financial institution and saw the same teller, member services representative, or loan officer, for the last 20 years or more? You will find that longevity, experience, and dedication, here at M.E. Employees Credit Union. For many years, we have cried, laughed, and celebrated, with our members. So, if you are looking for a place to work that provides a family-friendly environment both amongst the staff and with the members, then look no further. 

Experience Like No Other

Here at M.E. Employees Credit Union, we do not have departments that specialize in specific financial areas. The phrase, “I am just a teller,” does not exist here. If you join our family, you will be exposed to an array of job related experience within every realm of the financial institution industry. We all process member transactions, open new member accounts, take member loan applications, process and book member loans, take member calls, set up or maintenance member debit cards, and so much more, all awhile working towards the common goal of making every last one of our members feel like part of our family. Any position held here at M.E. Employees Credit Union will be tailored to maximize your strengths and talents you bring to our family. Because of this, being part of our family keeps us continually challenged, growing, and work/life balanced. This is the very reason why once here, we never want to work anywhere else.    

Equal Opportunity Employment

M.E. Employees Credit Union is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion, and fair treatment, free of discrimination and retaliation. We will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, age, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, the presence of mental, physical, or sensory disability, or any other status protected under federal, state or local laws.