Great Company, they want you to succeed and have your goals in mind. They will push you to learn and advance
Teller (Current Employee), Farmington, UT – August 27, 2015
Pros: Great Benafits, Scheduling works great even with a school schedule
Great Company, they want you to succeed and have your goals in mind. They will push you to learn and advance, they are continually growing and aim to hire first within the credit union. Advancement is encouraged and the pace is up to you on how you want to succeed,
Terrible place.... management was terrible and all the people that you get to talk to treat you just awful
Level 4 Teller (Current Employee), Utah – August 7, 2015
Terrible place.... management was terrible and all the people that you get to talk to treat you just awful. My boss refused to advance me, because I didn't volunteer for a parade. She looks down on her employees from the bridge of her nose. And then all the members you deal with throughout the day are just rude.
Teller (Current Employee), Draper, UT – July 15, 2015
Pros: great benefits
Cons: schedule is difficult sometimes
-shifts are normally 10 hours -Management is very professional and very friendly, they value their employees -co-workers depends on which branch your in but overall they are good, diligent, determined – more... people, we work hard and play hard -hardest part dealing with some upset members and memorizing all the products -there is A LOT of progression in the company, they really want you to grow in the company – less
Teller (Current Employee), Draper, UT – April 29, 2015
Pros: Great health/dental benefits, positive work environment, promotions with drawing for tickets to something or extra cash on your paycheck, and flexible work schedule
I enjoy my job quite a bit. When I get to work I set up and we open the branch. Throughout the day I help members with various transactions. Problem solving skills are a big part of this job. At the end – more... of the day we balance and do closing duties. I make it seem easy, but there are different aspects of this job such as completing online courses to become more informed of policies and procedures, going to trainings at the training center, cross selling products and services, planning promotions, assigned teller duties such as cleaning the branch or ordering supplies, and doing one-on-ones with supervisors to set goals and go over our development. They try to move you up as quick as possible based on how comfortable you feel with taking on more responsibility. They are very interactive with their employees and really adhere to your needs. Very flexible with school or other work schedules. I haven't once wanted to leave this job. Their core values along with mission statement make me feel obligated to this company. I've never had that feeling with any other employer. The members love coming in and feel like it's a welcoming family type environment. – less
Staff Accountant (Current Employee), Riverdale, UT – January 4, 2015
A typical day in the department is busy with all the reconciliations that needed to be done. Those in the department are great to work with. Management is great. I learned so much so far working in the department, its been great getting to know the accounting process for a credit union and to learn some of the system administration for the department as well.
Certified Teller (Former Employee), Bountiful, UT – July 8, 2014
Pros: nothing too hard you can't do with a little help, if needed.
Cons: tried to get you so cross sale products, (ex. visa's) even if you know that the member doesn't need the product.
Started the day off with your drawer balance from the previous day. Helped members throughout the day with their financial questions/concerns. Management was awesome, very good relationship with my supervisor – more... Max Jones. Can' t really say there was anything too hard to do in this position, just some was more time consuming, that's why I'm looking for another job, one that will challenge me more, but will still give me that social interaction that I love. – less
Teller (Former Employee), Ogden, UT – June 18, 2014
A typical day at work included service to others. It was rewarding being able to come up with solutions for the members I helped. I learned how to go above and beyond what I was asked to do so I could make those I connected with feel as if they were important.
Lead Teller (Current Employee), Ogden, Utah – March 22, 2014
I love working for America First Credit Union. Always Keeping busy The management is very nice and super helpful Everyone is super nice The hardest part of the job Learning the system Best part of the job is being able to help a lot of members
TELLER (Current Employee), Park City, UT – February 20, 2014
AFCU IS THE BEST PLACE TO BUILD A CAREER, THEY PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL THE INFORMATION TO BECOME A HIGHER POSITION WITH YOUR WILLINGNESS TO ACHEAVE. YOU LEARN SO MUCH HERE. THEIR IS NOTHING HARD ABOUT THIS JOB YOU JUST HAVE TO LOVE WHAT YOU DO!
Branch - Teller (Former Employee), Orem, UT – January 27, 2014
I loved working here. The people were really great to work with and they were really close knit. I really felt like it was a family friendly company. The down side I would have to say is moving forward or up the ladder. I had a hard time with that. But still I would prefer this job to many others that I have had.
Teller, Lead Teller, and Loan Typist (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – January 17, 2014
I made Deposits, Withdrawls, Loan Payments, Transfers, and gave Money Orders, and Travlers Cheques to Members that wanted them. I balanced cash drawers every day. I balanced the vault every day. I made – more... out schedules. I supervised up to 8 tellers for three years. I was a loan typist for about a year. The hardest part of the job was when an Elderly person didn't understand that we needed to see their ID. The best part was helping people. – less