Thursday, October 6, 2022

1st Advantage Credit Union Hiring For A Variety Of Positions

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The 1st Advantage Credit Union is seeking to fill various positions at many of its branch locations in Hampton Roads.

On the Peninsula, 1st Advantage is looking for a consumer loan processor and a marketing analyst for its Kiln Creek location, 110 Cybernetics Way in Yorktown.

The credit union also needs a financial service representative coordinator for the Denbigh branch, 12891 Jefferson Ave. in Newport News.

1st Advantage offers competitive pay; premium health, dental and vision insurance; short & long-term disability; dollar-for-dollar matching 401k plan; and great rates and discounts on products as well as opportunity for growth.

To apply for a job, visit the credit union’s website.

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