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1st Advantage Credit Union Looking To Fill Positions At Multiple Locations

The 1st Advantage Credit Union is seeking to fill positions at many of its branches on the Peninsula.

The credit union has open positions for a human resources benefits and systems specialist, a mortgage loan officer, and an applications support specialist at its Kiln Creek location, 110 Cybernetics Way in Yorktown.

Meanwhile, a facilities maintenance specialist is needed at the 1st Advantage location in Denbigh, 12891 Jefferson Ave.

The credit union’s branch located at 4800 Courthouse St. in New Town in James City County is also looking to fill the role of a universal member services representative.

1st Advantage, which is celebrating its 70 years in the community, 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.

For more details on available jobs and to apply, click here.

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