Finsancisl service Representive II (Current Employee) – Boulder Co – January 25, 2015
A typical day at Elevations Credit Union, I worked at the corporate offices in the Contact center so I was on the phones working with our membership and servicing all their banking needs from transfers to complex issues with remote delivery, lending applications opening accounts, being educated in all departments from cards, to operations, accounting, payment services, loss mitigation, Training new hires I did enjoy all my co- workers we worked well together and always were a huge support to each other. The most enjoyable part of my job was the relationships I've built with our membership and my co workers. Making a difference in the community.
training, benefits, bonuses, envolved with the community.
Progressive and strong organization continuously striving for excellence
Lead Executive Assistant/ Assistant to CFO (Former Employee) – Boulder CO – November 16, 2014
I spent nearly 24 years at Elevations and watch it transform from a relatively small neighborhood credit union to a leading Colorado financial institution. During that time, Elevations prioritized it's members' (customers') needs while still retaining a feeling of family with its employees. Management continuously seeks out opportunities for improvement, both in what it can offer the members, as well as in its processes. I held several positions while there and enjoyed all of them, each one providing me insight and perspective into the next.
Teller II (Current Employee) – Longmont, CO – June 18, 2014
I enjoy working at Elevations. Even though a teller job is repetitive because of the work, the people and conversations that you have with people is priceless. You build good relationships with individuals and can help them by giving them options as to what the credit union offers by its services. Elevations is a fun place to work for, and was very flexible with scheduling.
always new trainings so all employees are on the same page.
Financial Service Representative II (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 26, 2012
A typical day consisted of helping members, over 500 in a quarter, cross selling loan and banking products, processing and closing consumer loans. I found opening trust accounts was a little difficult New managers came 6/11 Greatest co-workers ever I most enjoyed exploring loan options and processing them. This made my members happy and kept them coming back to me.
co-workers were great team, good benefits, lovely customers.
Member Services Rep (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – March 19, 2013
This was a fun and engaging job. Training was constant. This was a banking environment. managers were there when needed. Co-workers were fun and even kept a few as friends when I left the company. They created a sense of belonging.
available job training, culture, security
it felt at times they wanted to be party of your personal life as of there was no seperation, that may have just been a few managers
I have never worked so hard, had so many leads, and been compensated for my efforts like at Elevations. I have been given the tools necessary to do well, and am limited only by my own time constraints. This is a challenging job and very rewarding.
compensation, number of leads, recognition
work-life balance - this job can consume a person.
Asst Vice President - Lending (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – August 20, 2013
Overall this was a great organization, but ultimately my experience there was destroyed by the politics and power battles of a couple of chief-level leaders.
The credit union tries hard to live up to the core values and strategic direction they lay out. Since my time there, I do believe they have gotten better. A short time ago however, their ability to hold to those values was hindered by a CEO who was somewhat checked out, and a pair of chief-level officers who were passive-aggressively battling for more power and an edge of the CEO spot when it was vacated. Since then however, the CEO passed away and several of the chiefs were replaced. I do believe the organization is headed in the right direction now, and may be on track to live up to it's potential.
The organization is full of wonderful people who believe in the credit union mission and values, and give their all to making the organization successful and providing an unparalleled member experience. While my initial experience was not as wonderful as it could have been, I would certainly give them another try if the right opportunity presented itself.
wonderful people, positive core values, community involvement