Financial Specialist (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO – October 14, 2016
not a team work environment, management focus only on the negative or mistakes, they are not honest, the don't care about employees they just make sure they have somebody to do the job so they don't have to do it. Member are very nice, they are the best part of the job. nobody cares about anybody, co-workers go do their job and go home. no team work interaction at all. Management don't care how hard you work, how often you are early to get your job done even without clock in since overtime is not allowed but if for some reason you are late of miss work for sickness, that counts against you even if you have sick time.
Teller (Current Employee) – Parker, CO – September 18, 2016
I enjoy helping people with their personal financial life and customer service. I've learned a lot in the financial field over the last two and a half years that also helps me with my personal life. The hardest part of the job was being the front line and having to deal with members that were dissatisfied or angry.
Member Services (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – October 5, 2015
I only worked for Bellco a short time , however I remember the people being friendly. The did provide tons of coaching and follow up on performance. However it was more about sales than service. Not a lot of advancement.
Financial Specialist (Former Employee) – Lakewood – August 28, 2015
This is a great organization to work for, but sadly there is some very clear favoritism going on within this company. Work day is longer than most credit unions because Bellco is geared to a big bank mentality. Sadly because of this they have missed the mark of embodying what a credit union should be.
Financial Specialist (Former Employee) – Colorado – August 11, 2015
I worked with Bellco Credit Union for over 3 years, and I would say that it has been one of the best jobs I've had. They have an amazing training team, to ensure you know what you need to do by the time you get into the branch. They offer advancement to those who aim for such. The hardest part of my job was dealing with upset member's (this is anywhere retail though) the best part of my job was dealing with such amazing people from the member's to the fellow employees.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Denver Tech Center – May 9, 2015
I worked at Bellco for 2+ years. You won't find a better financial institution to work for in Colorado. The pay is excellent, the people are wonderful and there is room for advancement if you work hard. If you are looking for work in the financial services industry, Bellco is a great choice.
Very supportive management, friendly environment with GREAT people, leader in the credit union landscape, great pay
Great place to work! Supportive managers, encouraged growth.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – March 25, 2015
Bellco was a great place to work. I worked in the call center, it was high volume but our managers always made it fun. We had potlucks, parties with other departments all while working together to assist our members. Management encouraged growth and provided lots of opportunities to grow and learn.
First Mortgages Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – February 26, 2015
Invoicing, assigning loans, assist in audit every month, overnights, mail, data entry, phones. Team work was vital. Managment had our best interest at heart. Loved my co-workers like a family. Hardest part of my job was having to take breaks or leave my desk. Enjoyable part of my job was every aspect of what I did.
manager (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – February 24, 2015
Bellco has potential, but the culture changed dramatically during the course of my tenure. The loss of a couple of key leaders allowed for other, negative forces to fill the void. As a consequence, the culture fell apart.
Very little transparency from senior leadership: secrecy abounds
Teller/Financial Specialist (Former Employee) – Edgewater, CO – February 9, 2015
Very busy work days. Lots of training provided to perform job efficiently. Management can be challenging. Overall good job culture, most employees feel valued. Hardest part of the job was maintaining goals and stress levels. Best part was helping members and making an impact in their lives.
Senior Financial Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – October 9, 2014
Engage with existing and new customers with new account set ups and loan approvals.
Best part of my job is customer appreciation and loyalty. Hearing stories of their success hit home.
Ever changing procedures and employee turnover is hard to keep up with.
Intermediate management is extremely supportive and demonstrates great leadership.
Over the course of the years, gained knowledge of loan originations, second product selling, credit building, underwriting, loan processing and disbursing. This pertains to consumer and business lending.
Would like to see more of a competitive spirit from my co-workers. It is rewarding when we all as a team accomplish our branch quotas.
Teller (Former Employee) – Englewood CO – August 1, 2014
Preformed very successfully with multiple sales techniques and practices in a strong goal oriented environment. Built on previous knowledge of tellering systems by learning new programs including DNA, T-Magic, and NCI. Assisted with branch operations such as reports, logs, and overall branch balancing. Furthered tellering skills such as maintaining a cash drawer and cash recycler, deposits/withdrawals, ordering checks, loan and credit card payments, transfers, processing miscellaneous negotiable items. Strong team building skills.
Exceptional Company to work for, they strive to make their team the best.
Financial Specialist (Former Employee) – Westminster, CO – March 19, 2014
A typical day at work was working with members face to face on anything they needed when they came into the bank whether it was opening an account, applying for a loan, fixing a problem or even just asking for some financial advice. The management team and co-workers at Bellco Credit Union are very friendly and are there to be your teammates not your enemies. We all lean on eachother in a time of confusion or need, and we always are there to congratulate each other on a job well done. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to work with people and help them. Also watching them leave your branch happy with the customer service they received.