Careers

Career Opportunities

At San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union we exhibit the credit union philosophy of People Helping People by providing our members with products and services that help them achieve their financial goals. If you are looking for a career where you can learn, grow, and have fun while helping others, we may have a position for you!

Join Our Team!

San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union is committed to a culture of diversity that reflects the communities in which we live and do business. We strive to encourage professionalism and creativity, and reward our employees with a fair and attractive compensation and benefits package.

San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

You can e-mail your resume to employment@sdmcu.org or fax it to 858-614-0048. 

JOB TITLESTATUSLOCATION 
Teller II20 hoursMetro Centre BranchApply Now
Support Services RepresentativeFull-TimeCorporate OfficeApply Now
Member Service RepresentativeFull-TimeFloaterApply Now
Teller II25 hoursParkwayApply Now
Internal AuditorPart-TimeCorporateApply Now

 


Teller II - Metro Centre Branch & Parkway Branch

The Teller II will be responsible for:
  • Maintain and balance a cash drawer daily.
  • Accept deposits, share withdrawals, transfers, loan payment, payoffs, VISA cash advances, and process and post mail daily.
  • Process stop payments.
  • Provide members with information pertaining to account status, including current balances and loan pay-off amount.
  • Respond to members’ requests, problems, and complaints, and/or direct them to the proper person for specific information and assistance.
  • Provide general information regarding Credit Union services or policies, including eligibility for membership, types of accounts available, interest rates, office hours, and branch locations.
  • Promote and cross-sell Credit Union products and services.
  • Issue and encode ATM cards.
  • Sell Traveler’s Cheques and maintain individual inventory log.
  • Prepare payroll deduction forms and net check/ACH requests.
  • Ensure compliance with all processes pertaining to BSA and CIP programs.
  • Other duties as may be assigned.
The requirements include:
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of one year of teller experience
  • Proficiency with 10 key adding machine, on-line computer system, and typewriter (minimum typing speed of 40 w.p.m.)
  • Excellent collaborative skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships are essential

Member Service Representative (Floater)

The Member Service Representative is responsible for efficiently handling all teller, new accounts, and loan requests in a friendly and professional manner. This position will also remain current on all laws, rules and regulations including BSA and CIP programs and processes. The requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent, a minimum of one year of teller experience, a minimum of six months to one year of New Account experience, preferred knowledge of Consumer lending practices and policies, proficiency with 10 key adding machine, on-line computer system, and typewriter (minimum typing speed of 40 w.p.m.), and excellent collaborative skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships are essential.
 


Support Services Representative (Full-time)

The Support Services Representative will handle various job responsibilities of the Support Services department such as sharedraft processing, ATM & Debit cards, IRA’s, legal processing and fraud claims. Remain current on all applicable laws, rules and regulations including BSA and CIP programs. This also includes providing support to front line staff and other departments as well as providing courteous and efficient service to our members.

The requirements include high school diploma or equivalent, minimum two years of teller and/or new accounts experience, previous experience in a plastic card and/or sharedraft (check) processing department a plus, proven professional written and verbal communication, including excellent telephone etiquette and grammar skills, the ability to professionally represent the Credit Union and conduct business via the telephone, excellent collaborative skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships. Proficiency with on-line data processing systems, intermediate knowledge of Windows-based computer programs and Microsoft Office including Word, Powerpoint and Excel, experience with e-mail and the Internet.



Internal Auditor

The Part-time (90 hours per month) Internal Auditor will work closely with the Supervisory Committee, President/CEO and executive staff in the development and execution of an audit plan encompassing the full spectrum of credit union operations, analyzing internal controls, and developing recommendations for improvements.

Qualifications include: a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field, one year of experience working as a loan officer, operations manager, financial auditor or risk manager. The individual must also possess a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations pertaining to credit unions, and the ability to interpret and understand laws and regulations. Certified Internal Auditor or equivalent certification and supervisory experience highly desirable.