Edwards Federal Credit Union Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
Teller in Edwards AFB
on December 2, 2018
I think CEO means well but poorly directs the institution as a whole. Management is mostly new most lack people skills. Good benefits but very low pay and no incentive plan. No diversity in executive team as it is mostly male with exemption of 1 female all white.
Lending Manager in Lancaster, CA
on October 7, 2020
I started here nearly six months ago. The culture and the management support is very good. The CEO has a clear vision for the credit union and is executing on it. We are building a new headquarters building in Palmdale, updating to a new core computer system, and expanding products and services to serve the community. Financially the credit union is doing well. Employees are treated with respect and trust. We do work hard, but there is a sense of accomplishment and plenty of support from your team. I recommend EFCU as an employer.
Technical Support Specialist II in Lancaster, CA
on August 5, 2020
Worked here a couple years in it , great experience to learn and grow this was a true gem finding thus job after commuting to la for over 15 years. The av area was a great place to live when I left.
Member Solutions Administrator in Edwards AFB, CA
on September 24, 2018
Poor management. They don't consider everybody and they're stress level. They pile on loads of work for you and expect to be done with no help. They are basically cursed, and problems are always arising.
Branch Supervisor in Lancaster, CA
on August 22, 2018
My career path started out great in 2011, but after a few years and new management came in and restructured the CU mission, it was more a job. There was no true procedure in place and departments were scrambling to get policies into place. I truly enjoyed working with my peers and members, but Senior Management made it unbearable to work. It was alot of pointing fingers instead of finding resolutions. At the end of my 7th year there, I can honestly say it was becoming a hostile environment. Senior Management had their favorites and it wouldn't matter how great you did your job, a write-up was a must, instead of coaching and training. If MGT did not like work work ethics, they would move you to a different dept. and eventually would quit.
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