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30+ days ago

Collections Manager

San Mateo Credit Union San Mateo, CA

This is a Collections Manager position, supervising up to 10 collectors and reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Risk Management. As Asset… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Teller (PT, 16 hrs/wk)

San Mateo Credit Union Redwood City, CA

Performs assigned cash handling duties associated with the processing of member transactions and inquiries. Responsible for accurate and efficient… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Loan Advisor (PT, 20 hrs/wk)

San Mateo Credit Union Redwood City, CA

Receives members in person and by telephone. Serves as a primary source to handle member inquires, requests or process of new transactions. Conduct… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Branch Manager

San Mateo Credit Union East Palo Alto, CA

SMCU is the only financial institution to successfully operate a profitable branch in East Palo Alto. We have close ties to the diverse local… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Teller (PT, 20 hrs/wk)

San Mateo Credit Union East Palo Alto, CA

Performs assigned cash handling duties associated with the processing of member transactions and inquiries. Responsible for accurate and efficient… Glassdoor


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    I truly enjoyed my job

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at San Mateo Credit Union

    Pros

    They have great employee benefits .. pay very well

    Cons

    There is a hierarchy that is very hard if not impossible to break into. The positions there are never very stable. They completely practice "at-will-employer" and let employees go for some of the silliest reasons after many years of great service. They tell you to basically give the shirt off your back to please a member in one breath, and when you do, they find fault with it and fire you in the next.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop passing employees from one department to another, when they can't cut the mustard. You are only retaining problems and putting them on another managers team for them to have to deal with.