Credit Union Jobs in Plymouth, New Hampshire
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Member Service Representative- Merrimack, NH Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, alt. Thurs-Fri 10:30am-7:30pm, alt. Sat 8:30am-3:30pm FT Job Description: Contribute to DCU’s Success Sharing and Business Goals by providing members with quality service. Understand and explain all DCU products and services, identify members’ needs, and achieve all assigned sales goals by cross-selling appropriate products and ...
The Assistant Vice President, Indirect Lending is responsible for the overall operation and facilitation of all indirect lending activities of the Indirect Lending Department. This person is also responsible for working with Credit Union members and Credit Union Direct Lending (CUDL) dealerships, in a professional and efficient manner. The AVP, Indirect Lending will have thorough knowledge of Cred...
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