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I worked at Texas Trust Credit Union full-time (More than 5 years)
After retiring from the Navy in 1994, I worked for 6 companies before coming to Texas Trust and I’m proud to say Texas Trust was the best company I worked for in my 25 years of civilian jobs. The exec team works very closely together and honestly care for the employees and members. The employees are terrific and there’s are stories after stories of employees going the extra mile to help members, the community and each other.
If you aren’t up to working in a commune minded and fast growing company, then this may not be the place for you. The motto is to work hard, take care of the members and have some fun while doing it.
Advice to Management
Never let go of the family first atmosphere and striving to help members improve their financial well being.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Texas Trust Credit Union (Arlington, TX) in April 2013.
Put in an application online in February, then received an invite for an online math assessment in April. A week after completing the assessment, I was called in for an interview. It was with the assistant manager and the lead teller who interviewed me, with the manager asking me questions and the lead teller writing my answers down. I was asked the basic service questions and about school, which is where I believe things went wrong. They seemed very concerned that I was still in school, even though I only attend Tue/Thur mornings and the shifts were for Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat. Despite that, the interview went very well, and I left thinking I was sure to get the job as they had three open positions and it went so well. I was never called or emailed back, and I never even received a formal rejection. Other than their uneasiness about my school schedule, I really have no idea what could have gone wrong.