Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union To Host Fall Job Fair

Friday, September 29, 2017

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union is expanding its team and will host a hands-on job fair on Friday, Oct. 6, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Brainerd Crossroads-BX to help fill current vacancies and newly-created positions.

TVFCU, the area’s largest credit union, is seeking service-driven, results-oriented individuals to fill full- and part-time branch operations positions at various locations throughout the credit union’s service area. During the job fair, candidates will have the opportunity to interact directly with TVFCU’s recruitment team.

Positions vary from entry-level to more seasoned roles. All candidates must register online at tvfcu.com/jobfair by midnight on Wednesday. Qualified applicants will receive a confirmation email with more detailed instructions.

“We are excited that more and more people throughout the Tennessee Valley are entrusting us with their finances,” said Susan Dietz, TVFCU recruiting and training manager. “The fall job fair will help us identify more service-driven team members to help ensure that we meet and exceed the needs of our growing membership.”

Established in 1936, TVFCU is headquartered in downtown Chattanooga and has 17 branches throughout its 13-county service area in Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia.

“We hosted a similar interactive, hands-on job fair in the spring and had great success,” said Dietz. “This format gives candidates an opportunity to stop by Friday morning at their convenience. Candidates can expect to interact with a recruiting representative for about 15 minutes.”

Tips for attendees:

· Register for job fair online at tvfcu.com/jobfair by Wednesday, Oct. 4

· Bring all necessary information to the event, such as resume, list of previous employers, dates of employment, etc.

· Arrive in professional business casual attire

For questions about the job fair, email recruiting@tvfcu.com. And for more information about TVFCU, visit tvfcu.com.


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