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18 days ago

Network Analyst - Temp

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

YOU MAY BE ASKING YOURSELF...WHY TCU? We have been keeping our membersâ money safe and sound since 1951! We are the 13th largest credit union in… Travis Credit Union


2 days ago

FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS SPECIALIST – new

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

YOU MAY BE ASKING YOURSELF...WHY TCU? We have been keeping our members money safe and sound since 1951! We are the 13th largest credit union in… Travis Credit Union


12 days ago

Member Service Representative

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

YOU MAY BE ASKING YOURSELF...WHY TCU? We have been keeping our membersâ money safe and sound since 1951! We are the 13th largest credit union in… Travis Credit Union


19 days ago

Direct Funding Specialist

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

•Ensures quality member service is provided and minimum department standards are met. •Reviews direct loan applications and documentation to prevent… Glassdoor


3 days ago

EAST Region MSR 1 or 2 – new

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

Initial placement for this position will be at the Peabody (Vacaville) Branch. Must be available for regular placement at the following branches at… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Member Relationship Specialist

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA

Builds and enhances relationships with credit union members and potential members by providing outstanding service and selling appropriate TCU… Glassdoor


19 days ago

MSR 1 or 2

Travis Credit Union Vacaville, CA +2 locations

Helps build positive member relations by providing prompt, efficient, accurate, courteous and personalized service to members. Identifies and offers… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Teller Gateway

Travis Credit Union Fairfield, CA

Helps build positive member relations by providing prompt, efficient, accurate, courteous and personalized service to members. Performs assigned… Glassdoor


3 days ago

WEST Region MSR 1 or 2 – new

Travis Credit Union Fairfield, CA +2 locations

Initial placement for this position will be at the Gateway Branch. Must be available for regular placement at the following branches at any time… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Teller 1 or 2

Travis Credit Union Napa, CA

32 hrs/wk to include all Saturdays Helps build positive member relations by providing prompt, efficient, accurate, courteous and personalized… Glassdoor


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    Great family-oriented organization that cares about there employees and the communities they serve.

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    Former Employee - Analyst  in  Vacaville, CA
    Former Employee - Analyst in Vacaville, CA

    I worked at Travis Credit Union full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    >Worked along side some truly smart and talented people.
    >Generally speaking, it was a positive environment to work in. People got along well for the most
       part.
    >When management is available, most times they're receptive to employee concerns and ideas.
    >Challenging work, depending on the department you work in.
    >The CEO and most of the other executive staff are very approachable. Most times you can see
       them walking around talking with other employees.
    >If you're the "Jack of all trades" type person, this organization is a perfect fit. Doesn't seem to
      matter what dept. you work in. This is especially true in the IT Dept.
    >Great health benefits for full-time employees and there families.
    >1% off the interest rates for some AUTO and HOME loans made with the credit union.

    Cons

    >Annual product knowledge test for all employees is mandatory. Yes, even all back office staff must
       take a test to demonstrate knowledge of the Credit Union's products and services. Seems kind of
       silly and a waste of time for back office employees.
    >Management can sometimes seem "overworked" and not really attentive to employee needs.
    >Sometimes there are excessive amounts of "drive-by" requests (tasks to be performed that are
      unrelated to the project) from management & other employees while working on a major project.
    >Management can be too quick to act when it comes to adopting a new product
      or service to roll out. They don't always get the input from the people that will eventually be using or
      managing the new product or service.
    >Have worked along side some incompetent employees in this organization and have yet to
      understand why they are still employed. These employees are cancers to a dept and organization
      as a whole. In the end, keeping them around just builds up resentment towards that person (and
      there managers).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you know you have an incompetent employee in your Dept. and you have had multiple employees echoing concerns about there ability to do the job, then its time to put them on corrective action. If that doesn't do the trick, cut that employee loose. You don't want your fellow employees to build resentment towards that person and then toward your ability to manage effectively.

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