Mission: We are a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution committed to providing affordable and responsible financial services to our members.
BECU Systems Engineer Brandon D. isn't just advancing tech at work. He inspires a new generation of innovators by volunteering at Green River Community College.—4 hours ago
Proudly introducing our new logo: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHTQ—19 days ago
BECU is Washington's leading and largest credit union. We are a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution committed to providing affordable and responsible financial services since 1935. BECU has received many honors over the years for our commitment to inspiring careers and communities; recent ones include:
Puget Sound Business Journal Washington's Best Workplace Award
BECU was named one of the Puget Sound Business Journal's 2011 Washington’s Best Workplaces.
Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility
BECU was honored with this national award recognizing employers who are successfully using flexibility to meet both business and employee goals.
BECU was recognized for environmental efforts to promote commuting alternatives and encouraging employees to participate.
We are seeking way more than just employees; BECU employees work to enhance the lives of our members and the community at large— allwhile having fun! Our work environment encourages a strong team culture of collaboration that is fast paced and evolving each day. We are dedicated to maximizing the unique talents of every employee and putting the right people in the right place at the right time. To do this, we look for individuals who:
If this sounds like you, check out our current job openings at www.becu.org/careers.
Our competitive compensation package includes the following benefits:
We understand and recognize the importance of a healthy work-life balance. That's why we offer the following benefits:
Commute Trip Reduction: Fully subsidized ORCA pass and additional tools and resources to assist in commute reduction.
Fitness Room: On-site fitness facilities with state-of-the-art equipment, and subsidized gym dues for employees who work at a location without a gym.
Wellness Coach: Health coaches who provide solution focused preventative health and wellness care.
Employee Assistance Program: Confidential referral services including legal consultation, family counseling, and chemical dependency help.
Child/Elder Care Referral: Includes resources for a variety of family issues.
New Moms' Room: Private, equipped lactation room.
Guaranteed Ride Home: Guaranteed ride home in unexpected work situations for employees who carpool, vanpool, or ride the bus to work.
Dollars for Doers/Gift Matching: Financial rewards for organizations with committed BECU volunteers, and employee donation matching.
Credit unions are built on the principle of people helping people, and BECU employees transform these words into actions by giving their time and creative fundraising talents to non-profit organizations throughout the Puget Sound region. BECU encourages volunteerism and supports the projects our employees care about most through our Gift Match Program.
Every year, BECU employees volunteer hundreds of hours and are involved in fundraising for Washington non-profit organizations including:
We match BECU employee contributions* dollar for dollar, made to the eligible organizations and institutions of our employees’ choice. The minimum matched gift amount is $25 and matching includes gifts up to $5000 per employee per year
The BECU Volunteer Recognition program honors the efforts of committed employee volunteers through a cash gift to the organization where they volunteer. BECU employees who volunteer at least 30 hours within one year earn $100 for a non-profit organization they volunteered for.
I have been working at BECU full-time (More than a year)
Amazing team and benefit. Management is always there to help or cheer you on.They go over everything and they make sure you have support in training.
I think BECU is right on target. They change when it is needed and do what is right for the staff. So I can’t see a bad thing at all.
Advice to Management
Stay the way you are. Listening to your staff and willing to make changes when needed.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at BECU (Tukwila, WA) in November 2017.
I applied for BECU with the position of Full-time Concierge at my school job fair. 2 weeks later I received an email from a recruiter at BECU to schedule a phone interview. The interview went great overall and she made sure that I understand all of the benefits working at BECU and listened to my preferences, qualifications and skills. I was then offered an on site interview with one of their hiring manager. The process requires a little bit of work since you have to take a survey for references. They require 5-7 references in which one must be you current boss. I filled out 7 references just to be sure and then I went to the on site interview fully prepared. I was 15 minutes early and was really impressed with the Tukwila office. It was big, well-decorated and everyone was very friendly. My interviewer created a welcoming environment and he really focused on discussing about my strengths and my passion. He asked a lot of behavioral questions, which I think is a good method for them in finding good concierges. We laughed, shared information and I got to learn a lot about BECU. Overall, it was a very nice interview where I don't feel a lot of pressure. My interview was on Friday and on Monday afternoon, I got a call from BECU recruiter said that they are willing to offer me the position and now I am in the process of doing background check and all the paperwork. Can't wait to start my career with BECU!