MANCHESTER, NH — Bellwether Community Credit Union is hiring a few key positions for its New Hampshire operations.
In January, Bellwether was named among New Hampshire’s Top 5 small employers.
What makes Bellwether unique?
According to the company website, as a not-for-profit credit union, Bellwether belongs to its members rather than stockholders. Any profits made are given back to members in the form of better rates, lower fees, and more services.
Bellwether’s Board of Directors is made up of volunteers who oversee the direction of the credit union and make certain growth and development best serves the credit union’s members while remaining true to its mission.
In its January edition, Business NH Magazine announced New Hampshire’s top companies to work for in 2014, and Bellwether made the short list among small businesses, according to certain parameters established by the magazine and NH Business for Social Responsibility.
Noted in the article, Bellwether’s generous profit sharing and tuition reimbursement benefits; onsite fitness centers; and scholarships for a 90-day exercise and nutrition program. The magazine also noted that Bellwether has embraced many recent changes over the past year and will endure more during the change in its core operating system in 2016.
Business NH Magazine annually recognizes businesses that “go out of their way to create fun and high-engagement workplaces” which exemplify how developing a “respectful, creative and supportive corporate culture” is a best practice among the state’s most successful business ventures.
BCCU has New Hampshire locations in Manchester, Bedford and Nashua.
The credit union is currently advertising the following positions as open: