Welcome! So, you’re either interested in our current job openings, or at least slightly intrigued. That’s good. We value people who are curious and take the initiative. We also appreciate those who value respect, integrity, local volunteerism, compassion, ethics, and enjoy having fun at work. If that’s you, then keep reading.  


We May be Looking for You

At Central Willamette, we’re always looking for qualified individuals who believe in serving others, embrace change, and are eager to be part of a well-oiled, likes-to-have-fun team. Every day, we come to work to make the world a better place for our members and be their financial advocates. That’s it. That’s our sole purpose. If we have fun along the way, so be it. Sure, the paychecks are nice and the benefits are great (including incentives), but it’s the members and the communities we serve that keep each of us striving to do more. 


If you’re looking for a new career where your opinions matter, your teammates look out for you, and what you do makes a difference, we want you to apply. Check out our current openings, select the job or jobs that are right for you, and find the Apply button at the bottom of the post.  

 

How to Apply

Central Willamette is pleased that you have selected us as a potential employer. At Central Willamette, we are dedicated to an employee culture that recognizes our people as our most valuable asset. We encourage and promote an environment of employee ownership and empowerment that allows you to take the lead in providing the highest quality member service possible.

P.S: We can't wait to meet you.

 
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
 
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