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I worked at NASA Federal Credit Union full-time (More than 3 years)
Only work 2 weekends a month, sometimes no weekends at all.
Don't get off to late, 6pm is the latest shift.
401K Match up to 5%
Paid leave/sick time
You get your own cubicle so you can decorate your desk if u choose to. Plus I don't like having people over top of me.
Complimentary lunches from time to time
Management sucks. Don't want to go into great details because I don't know if this site is really anonymous. But please heed the warning. You will be walking into a toxic environment. Which will outweigh all the so called perks of the job. This job will suck away your mojo & eat away at your confidence if you don't recognize it early on & learn to manage the people & environment so it doesn't effect you mentally. This job will not be over when you leave for the day it will go home with you. You might have some sleepless nights or feel worried or anxious all the time. Again you have to be mentally strong to make it work for you. I would say work here to build your resume for at least 1 or 2 years and then find something else. Not a long term company. I was there 3 years and I should have trusted my gut and left after year 1 but I kept lying to myself and ignoring reality. Basically not trying to make it seem as bad as it actually was. I did get alot of training out of the deal, boost my resume, and a nice 401K when I left.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at NASA Federal Credit Union (Upper Marlboro, MD) in December 2013.
The recruiter comes into the room with a list of questions and ask a series of them. If you pass the interview then the recruiter will contact the branch or department manager. If the manager approves then they will proceed with the application. They will run a background check, drug test, and your credit report. If everything passes then you will get a call telling you that you are hired.
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