Build Your Career at Meritus Credit Union

We get it. A career in the credit union industry might not have been the first on your list when you dreamt of what you wanted to be when you grew up. So why build your career at Meritus Credit Union? We are a company filled with energetic professionals, some of which “fell" into the credit union industry, who have all grown more passionate about the movement every day. Our mission is to provide affordable financial solutions for our members, and our “people helping people” philosophy drives us to live out our purpose.

Our Core Values:

  1. Ethical
  2. Accountable
  3. Empathic
  4. Empowering

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What We Offer

Benefits & Work Culture

  • Insurance
    • Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Long Term Disability, Voluntary Supplemental Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program/Work Life Balance
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan 
    • Up to 4% employer match
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Well-Being Days
  • Paid United Way Fair Share Giving Day Off
  • Paid Day Off for Your Birthday
  • Paid Sick Time
    • Can be rolled over if unused
  • 4 Hours of Annual Paid Volunteer Work 
  • Earn Recognition & Rewards with Assembly
  • Training & Education Opportunities
  • Career Development
    • After two years of employment, staff members are eligible to participate in the Management Training Program
  • Annual Incentive Program
  • Annual Uniform Stipend
  • Choice to wear jeans Monday — Friday
  • Birthday Treats on the Last Friday of Every Month
  • First Friday Staff Breakfast

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Q & A

What is the recruiting process? Describe the timeline and steps.
How to Apply:   Find a position at our online Career Center, apply and attach your resume.

Interview Process:  After you apply for a position, you may be asked to complete an online aptitude assessment. The assessment will be sent to you via an email. After completion of the assessment, you may be contacted by our human resources department to schedule a phone interview. After the phone interview you may be asked to sign documents to authorize your approval of us proceeding with background and credit checks.

The next step is the in-person interview. The in-person interview will be conducted by the human resources manager and the hiring manager. The top 2 - 3 applicants are usually narrowed down by the managers and contacted to schedule a second in-person interview. After the second in-person interviews are complete, the hiring manager will select the person who is the best fit for the position. The Human Resources Manager will contact the selected applicant with a job offer. 

The total timeline is usually 2-3 weeks.

Tip: Be sure to check your email frequently for updates, requests to provide additional information, etc.
What should I wear to my interview?
The dress code at Meritus CU is Professional, Business Casual. Some suggestions would be a professional shirt with dress pants or a skirt, comfortable closed-toed shoes, simple accessories, professional hairstyles & makeup. Avoid wearing jeans, athletic shoes, scrubs, shorts, tank tops, sandals, skirts or dresses that are too short. 

Do I need to bring anything with me to my interview?
You do not have to bring anything with you to your interview, unless directed by the person who scheduled your interview.
If I don’t get the position I want, can I re-apply at a later date?
Yes, you can continue to apply for positions as they become available at Meritus Credit Union.
What should I do to prepare for the interview?
Doing some research about the credit union is always an excellent idea. Knowing as much as possible about the position you are applying for, as well as Meritus CU, allows you to ask questions and show that you are invested in the process.
How do I contact Human Resources at Meritus CU?
You can contact the Human Resources Department by sending an email to [email protected].


Meritus Credit Union is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.