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At this time of year, many people are looking for a summer job, but maybe it’s a new career that’s the right move! Hawaii State FCU is one of the state’s largest financial institutions and working there comes with a number of perks.
HSFCU has jobs for all areas of expertise. While a team of dedicated tellers and financial services specialists are essential, HSFCU has jobs in loan servicing and processing, marketing and finance, information technology, corporate development, card operations and electronic services, which heads up its Online Banking and Mobile App.
HSFCU employees enjoy competitive compensation and one of the best benefits package in the business with 100% medical and dental insurance, 13 paid holidays and up to 29 PTO days after four years, plus a 401(k) profit-sharing plan. The financial institution also offers employees many health and wellness perks. For instance, it has a free on-site fitness center at the corporate office and main branch location. Employees have the convenience to work out before, during or after their work day. Employees are also eligible for merit increases and incentives that recognize their dedication and contributions made throughout the year.
“I have been with this company for 11 years — best decision I ever made!” says Cherese Maio, a learning and development specialist at HSFCU.
Majo has been in the financial industry for 28 years, but found a home at HSFCU. “This company has allowed me to live my passion which is to encourage and inspire people to be the best possible versions of themselves,” she says.
Maio is part of a team that provides various technical and soft skills training programs to employees. “A lot of companies do not invest in employee training programs, but we are different,” she says. “HSFCU has created a Training University that offers many opportunities for growth, development and career advancement while ensuring that the employees are healthy and happy and engaged with the company and the culture.”
Rene Layne found his fit at HSFCU as data analyst. “I love working at HSFCU because I love working for an organization that does things for the right reasons,” Layne says. “A financial institution is an important part of someone’s life so a financial institution that has their members’ best interests at heart can be invaluable.”
There may not be an opening in every department at the time, but listings are always updated at its website: hawaiistate.com/careers.