Seattle Credit Union provides a full spectrum of financial products and services for over 48,000 members in the Puget Sound area and beyond. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative with over $860 million in assets, Seattle Credit Union returns profits to its members in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates, fewer fees, and innovative products and services. We are dedicated to giving back to the communities we've been serving since 1933 by living the 7 Cooperative Principles. The act of giving back and working hard for each and every member is what makes working for Seattle Credit Union so rewarding.
At Seattle Credit Union, we understand how valuable our employees are to the success of the credit union. After all, it is our staff members who directly provide the excellent service our membership expects and deserves.
Seattle Credit Union provides competitive base pay to our staff members—and we regularly monitor our Base Pay Program to ensure we remain competitive. Compensation is reviewed annually and is a reflection of individual, team, and/or credit union performance.
Seattle Credit Union provides incentive awards to staff who meet or exceed service targets and organizational performance goals.
Seattle Credit Union provides a complete healthcare benefit package to all full-time and part-time employees; medical, dental, vision, long & short term disability, life/AD&D, flexible spending accounts, and an employee assistance program. Seattle Credit Union pays 100% of an employee's premiums for these coverages. Employees may add their dependent spouse or domestic partner and/or children to our medical and dental plans. Seattle Credit Union pays for 50% of the premium expense for full-time employees' family members added to these plans and 25% of the premium expense for part-time employees' family members.
Seattle Credit Union staff may contribute up to $18,500 per year of their pre-tax earnings to the 401(k) retirement plan. Seattle Credit Union matches 50% of each staff member's elected contribution, 4% maximum, and employees are 100% vested after 3 years of service. Employees also can elect a Roth 401k option, if eligible. Additionally, Seattle Credit Union offers a profit sharing program based on company performance in each quarter.
Seattle Credit Union is committed to training employees, and we have two full-time trainers to do so. Our training department handles technical and workplace skills training.
Seattle Credit Union provides an ORCA Card which is 100% subsidized transportation to all staff members for bus, Central Link Light Rail, and/or ferry transportation expenses that they incur from their commute to work.
Each Fall, Seattle Credit Union invites staff to get free flu shots at the company's expense.
Full-time and part-time employees accrue paid personal leave from the beginning of employment to cover vacations and sick leave. In the first year of employment, staff accrue personal leave each month which is equal to 18 days/year for full-time staff, 9 days/year for part-time staff. After every cumulative five years of employment the personal leave accrual rate increases. Staff members also accrue three floating holidays per year (one and a half floating holidays for part-time staff).
Seattle Credit Union is proud to provide up to $2,000 per year ($1,000 for part-timers) in tuition reimbursement to staff members attending college/university courses in their pursuit of a degree and/or professional education.
Our staff enjoy special Seattle Credit Union membership privileges, including waived fees for numerous credit union services.
Seattle Credit Union observes several paid holidays each year; New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day (4th of July), Labor Day, Indigenous Peoples Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.