IT Specialist (Former Employee) – White Oaks – October 18, 2016
The management are on a serious power trip and micro manage you even if they are not in your department. The pay is well below industry standard and I would not recommend working here. People look over your shoulder and sneak around to spy on you. The back stabbing is unreal and it is a very childish place to work. I would only recommend working here if it was your last resort.
Lunch paid for once a month
Micro managed, drama is out of control, Low moral, management power trips, no training, buddy system
Good place to get your foot in the door to the government.
Teller (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – November 11, 2011
Being a contractor for the Department of Justice has its benefits. Most of my instructors give me extra credit for bringing in guest speakers. I met all of my speakers from working in the Department of Justice branch. I was able to bring in the Secret Service, Border Patrol, ATF, US Marshals, detectives from DC Police, a drug treatment specialist from CSOSA, an agent from DOJ's Inspector General's office, an investigator from FinCEN, and the director of INTERPOL. DOJ employees will also help you get a position in their office, if any are available.
good benefits, bonuses every year, fees waived for employees
Branch Receptionist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 6, 2013
I loved working at Justice Federal Credit Union! The members were pleasant as well as my fellow staff. I learned how to post transfers to member accounts and order checks for members. I also learned about different savings accounts to benefit a family future and how to make your money work for you. My co-workers were great! The hardest part of my job there was to decide if I wanted to complete my degree program in college or to stay. The most enjoyable part of the job was waking up every morning knowing I'm going to work.
Financial Service Officer (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – April 20, 2012
Justice Federal Credit Union do not have any loyalty toward there employees that have work for them over many years. The Human Resource Department is a joke, they make rule as they see fit, and waive them when they want too., they pretty much do what they want as long as it fit them.