Bank Teller (Former Employee) – 110 S Main Street South Bend, IN – June 19, 2017
Working at Teachers was a good opportunity to be in a environment that was way different from fast food & retail. Handling big amounts of cash, doing night deposits making sure they was done before the Credit Union opened. Doing widthdrals to deposits day by day making sure all information was shred before a member did their business.
Loan Officer (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 5, 2017
I enjoyed helping our members achieve the goals that they requested for mortgage financing. A typical day included meeting members, assisting my peers with financial training, and supporting the Operations team in a positive manner.
Member Service Representative (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – January 4, 2017
-Assisted members with their financial needs by discovering PNOs and providing any and all information on credit union financial services over the phone, via mail and email, etc.; -Was responsible for discovering problems, needs, and opportunities by listening for clues in conversations, asking questions, and researching the member’s accounts; -Was responsible for determining the member’s awareness in solving the PNO, decided the best product or service and recommend it by discussing it or directing the member to the appropriate person.
Teller (Former Employee) – Indiana – December 28, 2016
I was there for three years and never got the chance to see anyone move up. They were always "right sizing," aka down sizing. Went from 5 full time employees down to 3 in the three years I was there. Went down from 8 total tellers, down to 4. They took away our one hour lunches, down to half hour lunches and we were required to meet sales goals and make five sales telephone calls per day. Also, they wanted you to be trained in customer service to help the loan officers, but would not offer any more compensation for this skill or harder work being completed.
Flexible with family issues such as child being sick, funeral, etc.
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Noblesville, IN – August 23, 2016
There is little room for advancement. Pay is not competitive for the duties that have to be performed and what is asked of employees. Not willing to work with community involvement with Not for Profit organizations.
Payment Processing Clerk (Current Employee) – South Bend, IN – May 25, 2016
This department is better than being a teller, but once you are in its a standstill. So much work has to be done each day and on top of that they always find something else to add to the departments work load.
Negative place to work with undefined plans or expectations
Research Analyst III (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – February 13, 2016
Lots of management changes and an "ADHD" mentality... can't stay focused on a plan long enough to see it through. Management likes to start a plan and then move on to something else, therefore leaving expectations up in the air as to what is important. It is impossible to do it all and therefore life balance suffers. Long hours and all night work days go unnoticed or rewarded.
Lack of growth/professional development, lack of leadership
Teller (Current Employee) – South Bend, IN – August 27, 2015
We open all of our drawers and verify all of our cash. I have learned to be efficient and accurate. The management is a close, nice group of individuals. The co-workers all work very well together in a good group. The most enjoyable part of the job is learning all the new transactions.
FULFILLMENT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – SOUTH BEND, IN – July 22, 2015
I worked at tcu for 25 years. I have been through many changes in management and worked for several vice presidents of different departments. Most were very professional. The downsizing at tcu has effected their member service and the moral of their employees. I had went to our human resources department several times to ask to be transferred to another department, but was told that could not happen. Tcu is probably a fine place to start a career but do not look for it to be a place to advance your career. Their benefit package always worked for me and my family. After 25 years, I believe I was being paid well, but I don't beleive their starting wages are great.