“I’m proud to play a part in helping our members achieve their financial goals. All of us at Direct Financial care about our members, community, and our credit union. We work together to make doing business with Direct Financial an experience that’s greater than members expect.” — Direct Financial Staff Member
The credit union management team invites every staff member, at Direct Financial in Michigan and at NEFCU in Vermont, to assume the role of “Stakeholder.” Our ability to continue to exceed the expectations of our members is entirely dependent on the dedication, competency and morale of those who choose to work here.
-John Dwyer, NEFCU President & CEO
Interested in a great-paying, part-time or full-time job working for a local financial services firm with an excellent reputation for price, service, and simplicity?
Interested candidates should apply by clicking on “Apply for this Position” to start the online application process. When you apply, please submit an up-to-date resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position. Applications without all requested components will be considered incomplete.
Mail to: NEFCU, Human Resources, P.O. Box 527, Williston, VT 05495-5027.
If there are no open positions shown below, then please check back with us later.
Direct Financial offers a generous benefits package to employees.
Benefits include medical and dental insurance coverage, as well as a subsidized medical insurance opt-out provision for those who choose not to enroll. In addition, we offer a 401(k) employer matching benefit, plus an annual bonus plan of up to 6% per year. You’ll also be working for a trusted, local financial institution!
Direct Financial is an equal opportunity employer.
Direct Financial has an orientation period for all new employees joining the company. New employees are subject to a standard 90-day orientation period. The orientation period is a period of time devoted to the evaluation of the employee in the new position. It is also a time for the employee to assess her or his aptitude and interest in the job.
We expect our employees to dress appropriately in business casual attire. Our goal is to provide a workplace that is professional, contemporary, and inclusive for all. Employees are expected to demonstrate good judgment and taste when selecting clothes to wear to work. All employees are expected to dress like they are going to interact with members, regardless of job title, function or office location. As a rule, clothing intended for the beach, yard work, dance clubs, exercising or sports activities are not appropriate for the workplace. If any of Direct Financial’s dress code policies cause concerns based upon religion, disability or any other legally protected class, please contact a member of the Human Resources team to discuss and request an appropriate accommodation. Employees in violation of our dress code will be addressed individually and may be sent home to change, in which case time away from work will not be paid. Repeatedly disregarding the dress code will result in documented disciplinary actions.
Hats are prohibited while at work. Headbands should be conservative in size and color.
Hair should be clean and styled. Hair coloring and highlights should be limited to colors naturally occurring such as brown, black, blonde, or red. Colors not naturally occurring, such as green, blue or pink, are not acceptable.
Visibility of body art, including tattoos and piercings, should be limited in nature. Excessive tattoos should be covered and facial and dermal piercings need to be removed while at work.
Shoes are expected to be clean and professional. Flip flops, sneakers, winter boots or rain boots are prohibited.
Leggings are only permitted when worn with a long, tunic style top or dress. Jeans are only permitted on special occasions during Direct Financial sponsored “denim days”. Shorts are not permitted.
Clothing should be neat, clean, pressed and in good condition. Tight clothing or clothing that is too revealing is prohibited. Clothing should be free of words, terms, or graphics. Mainstream brand logos are generally acceptable.
Sweatshirts, sweatpants, wind or exercise pants are not appropriate. Cargo pants (pants with pockets on the sides of legs or pants which can be zipped off to become shorts) are not acceptable. T-shirts, tank tops, halter tops, midriff tops, or spaghetti straps should not be worn.
Dress and skirt length should be no more than two inches above the knee when standing.
Any Direct Financial logo wear is generally accepted.