Employment Opportunities

At Caltech Employees Federal Credit Union we are always looking for bright, service oriented individuals to join our team. We offer a generous benefits package, competitive salaries, and a positive professional work environment. CEFCU is an equal opportunity employer. Check out our available positions for specific information on current openings.

Submitting Resumes & Applications

CEFCU accepts employment applications and resumes on a continuous basis. Employment applications may be completed in person at our La Cañada Office, 528 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011.

Resumes may be mailed, e-mailed, faxed, or submitted in person to any CEFCU office for forwarding to Human Resources.

Caltech Employees Federal Credit Union
ATTN: Human Resources
P.O. Box 11001
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91012-6001
Fax: (818) 952-6404
E-mail: hr@cefcu.org

Open Positions

Information Security Analyst

Real Estate Quality Control Representative

Electronic Services Representative
CEFCU is seeking a top-notch Electronic Services Representative to join its team. The successful candidate will perform tasks associated with Mastercard credit cards, ATM cards and terminals, online banking, mobile access, and online account opening activities. Creates new ATM cards on core system. Processes Online Account Opening applications. Assists members in troubleshooting computer related issues with online systems. Handles weekly balancing of CEFCU’s ATMs. Reviews and approves daily ATM and Mobile check deposits. Performs adjustments/returns using CO-OP’s Data Navigator system. Monitors and investigates possible fraudulent activity through Online Banking and Mobile Access, ATM cards and Mastercard credit cards. One to two years of financial services experience working with electronic services. Working knowledge of Fiserv Spectrum, CO-OP, and First Data computer programs highly desired. Technical skills related to e-commerce support, such as browser settings, clearing of cookies/cache, and ability to assist members in troubleshooting connectivity. Working knowledge of various Microsoft Office computer programs, such as Word and Excel. Ability to uphold confidentiality standards and exercise discretion and good judgment. Must be bondable by the credit union’s insurance agency.