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 CAREERS: MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED

We are seeking full-time and part-time team members in a growing credit union environment. As an MSR, you will work to establish and build relationships with our members by assisting them with the products and services our credit union has to offer. Work hours are Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with no Saturdays!

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About the Organization                                                                                                      Lennox Employees Credit Union “THE FAMILY PLACE” is a small but growing credit union in Marshalltown, IA, with over 6,200 members. Our first priority is our members. We offer a full benefits package including 401k, health, dental and life insurance as well as tuition reimbursement and a very competitive salary. A high school diploma is required and you must pass a background as well as a credit bureau check. If interested send your resume to Lennox Employees Credit Union, 1004 East Main St Marshalltown IA. 50158 or email to carl@lennoxecu.com

 

Card Holder Travel Tips

Summer is here and many will be traveling on vacation so it’s
important you understand how to protect your money while you are away.
• Give us a quick call to let us know that you're going out of town.
This will save you the inconvenience of your card getting declined.
• Clean out your wallet and only take what you need.
• Find out your daily withdrawal limit and request to have it increased.
• Be mindful of your personal security when accessing an ATM.
• Monitor your account frequently. Use the SHAZAM® BOLT$ ™ mobile app
and receive alerts to potential fraud on your smartphone or tablet.
• Report a lost or stolen card immediately. Make sure to have our
emergency travel phone numbers with you in a safe place.


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