Great job for people without experience or degrees
Consumer Lending Specialist (Current Employee) – Pensacola, FL – 8 February 2017
Advancement is difficult. Positions like the one I was gunning for would sometimes have 80 internal applicants, and even with experience and a college degree it was still challenging. They also claim to prioritize internal applicants but I've discovered that's not at all the case. I started working there because I was told that after I'd been there 6 months, I'd have a very good chance to move into the role I started working there to achieve. I've been there a year with not so much as an interview.
The benefits are great and they have an overly-friendly culture, but the job itself can be draining if you have any aspirations of more than just being at the bottom of the ladder.
Bottom line is if you don't have more than a hig hschool diploma, this place will be great for you. Great pay for the education and experience level of an entry level job. However if you have high ambition and want to work at NFCU, you're better off applying for the positions you want as an external applicant rather than wasting your time trying to work your way up.
Benefits, pay (for what you do and the area)
Advancement for people withe degrees and experience