Mission: Creating shared prosperity for our members and the communities in Washington. We believe that banking - and ultimately life - is better when we're all in together.
Consumer Reports readers rate WSECU with a score of 93 (the third highest given for credit unions). WSECU is the 12th highest ranked credit union in the nation and the highest on the list from Washington State! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIIrT
A little about us...
WSECU was founded by a small group of Washington State employees in 1957. Today we are a not-for-profit financial cooperative that welcomes and serves those in Washington State who share the values of giving, sharing and supporting our communities, including our employees.
We're member owned and directed , with an all-volunteer board and our goal is to make life easier by providing quality financial products at the lowest cost - presented with a level of service unmatched anywhere.
Our financial family includes over 230,000 members and assets of more than $2.4 billion. Strength, integrity and a unshakable commitment to members have helped us grow for more than 50 years.
Finding your niche — something that interests and challenges you while working with a caring team and having the opportunity to learn, excel and advance — makes you want to come to work every day and be part of something bigger. Are we your niche?
What the experience could be for you.
What would it feel like to work at WSECU? It would feel like becoming part of a community where we're all in. A place where we look out for each other because we’re friends, family and neighbors who are connected by shared values. A place when one of us succeeds, we all do.
Sounds pretty good, don’t you think?
How that experience happens:
Are You In?
Doing what you love is important. If you’re drawn to a career of helping others, then WSECU could be the perfect fit. Take a look at our current openings and if you see something you like, we encourage you to apply.
At WSECU, we’re all in when it comes to taking care of our staff. We recognize and value the contributions of each of our employees – not only toward the success of WSECU, but also toward our members’ financial success. We rely on our staff to help us grow and it is our responsibility – and our pleasure – to encourage and ensure a healthy balance of work life and personal life.
We are proud to offer competitive compensation and a benefits package that our employees love. Part-time employees are also eligible for our most valuable benefits.
Your Time – It’s Valuable!
Having a balanced life means spending quality time away from work. That’s why we give our employees time to lead a well-balanced life:
Your Personal Health
Good health is an important part of living a quality life, right? The health of our employees means a great deal to us and that’s why we offer:
Your Financial Health
We believe that being financially healthy both now and in the future just makes sense…especially since we’re a financial institution! Being compensated well for all the effort you put into your job is one part of the equation. Part two is planning for your future, including retirement. Both are equally important and we’re all about helping our employees being financially healthy with:
We’ve worked hard to cultivate an employee-friendly culture where growth and internal career advancement are encouraged. We support our employees by offering professional development and training opportunities. You’ll discover that our work environment is both professional and comfortable. And yes, that includes a relaxed, business casual dress code. Plus, if you know someone who would love to be all in with the WSECU team, refer them to us for employment and you may receive a $300 bonus!
Welcome to Olympia, Washington!
We love living and working in Olympia—grand central for our founding members, Washington State employees. We’re lucky to be headquartered in one of America’s most beautiful and fun capital cities. Known for a stable economy, excellent schools and educated community, Olympia is incredibly livable.
Downtown Olympia features historic buildings, quirky local shops, a variety of restaurants and more coffee spots than one could ever hope for! Only 60 miles south of Seattle, we’re close to the action without the traffic and congestion. Getting around is easy, with dedicated bike lanes throughout the city, an accessible bus system and reasonably priced downtown parking (free on the weekends!).
If you’re the outdoorsy type, you couldn’t pick a better spot. Olympia has over 40 public parks and is ideally situated for ocean and mountain lovers alike. Skiing, hiking, kayaking, camping—it’s all within a stone’s throw of the city. More of the indoors type? Olympia has got you covered there, too. The Olympia Film Society offers up cult classics and indie films, while Harlequin Productions features live theater. Got littles? Olympia is a great place to be a kid! The Hands on Children’s Museum is one of the best in the state. Take in a kid-friendly show at Olympia Family Theater or participate in the annual pet parade. Our year-round farmers market is the second largest in the state with local food, arts, crafts and live music for folks of all ages.
From our main offices in downtown Olympia, you can see Budd Inlet (the southernmost arm of Puget Sound), the Olympic Mountains and majestic Mt. Rainier. On your lunch, you might stroll to one of many local lunch haunts, grab a locally-crafted latte or meander through a community garden.
When you’re off work, enjoying the generous leave we provide (wink!), you’ll have a ton of things to do. For a great resource on local activities, check out this article from ThurstonTalk: Join us in “Oly” and be prepared to stay awhile.
I have been working at WSECU (More than 3 years)
Amazing and supportive culture
Great training program
Fully paid benefits
Good retirement contributions
Schedules rotate quarterly with some shifts being on Saturday.
I applied online. I interviewed at WSECU (Olympia, WA) in April 2017.
Very easy going. They made me feel comfortable enough to properly interview, rather than feeling intimidated. I really enjoyed conversing with the 2 interviewers and getting an idea of the environment that I will be in. They asked all the average questions and then some, but they were personable at the same time.
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