“Hi, my name is Daisy and I work for Tucson Federal Credit Union. If you’re not already a member it’s so easy and we can help you. As long as you live, work, worship, volunteer or attend school in Pima County you can open an account. That’s just the beginning. We offer an array of products and services to fit your needs. Our staff is amazing. It’s great to be a part of an organization that is involved in our community and allows their employees to volunteer during work hours. Come visit anyone of our seven locations or you can call our wonderful experience center on the phone. You can access your account on the web or on any smartphone with the app. Have a great day and it was a pleasure speaking with you and remember “Better than a Bank”.” –Daisy M.
“Hi my name is Nicole and I work for Tucson Federal Credit Union! I have worked at TFCU for 6 years and there is nothing better. TFCU is a financial institution that is based on people helping people and every employee strives to create an exceptional experience for everyone that they come into contact with. TFCU takes extremely good care of the employees by offering an extensive benefits package that includes a concierge service to ensure that the employees are happy and excited to not only spread joy and giving to our members but out into the community as well. If you want to join a company that treats its employees and members more like family, just stop on by to check out what we can do for you!” – Nicole H.
“Tucson Federal Credit Union is better than a bank because it’s member owned and member focused. We care about the positive impact we have on our community and look for ways to continue to give back and grow within Tucson. TFCU listens to our members – we want to help you and discover your financial needs and goals. We look for solutions. I’ve worked here for almost 5 years and love the opportunity for professional growth and development, as well as the work-life balance. The company cares about people: members, employees, the Tucson community. Tucson Federal Credit Union is for people, not for profit.” – Karen B.
“Hello, I have been a teller with TFCU for 2 years. The credit union has made a difference in my life by offering opportunities to make a difference in other lives through community events. I have been involved with the Arizona AIDS walk as a volunteer and participant raising funds and raising awareness. I love working here because I really believe in creating an exceptional experience for each person each day. I practice our motto by always smiling and going above and beyond. This is why our members love us so much. TFCU is the best because I know I can depend on my institution giving me financial help and opportunity. Thanks TFCU!” – Andy S.
“We offer just about every product you’ll find at a bank, but with a more personal touch. Our employees genuinely care about you and your financial well being which is a direct result of our management team genuinely caring about us as employees. When our CEO walks by you, she will say hello to you, regardless of who you are. We promote from within, as evidenced by the fact that many of our senior leaders have worked their way up through the company- some all the way from part time lower level positions. We encourage and PAY for you to volunteer in the community. We know the importance of family so much so that we’ve incorporated work-life balance into one of our core cultural beliefs.” – Robert M.
“I work for Tucson Federal Credit Union. I’ve been there for 6 years and it just keeps getting better and better. We’re a no-nonsense financial institution and we’re owned by the members we serve each day. Our employees are really what make us so great! The credit union invests in us and empowers us to do the right thing and make a difference. We have a great line up of products and services that make it convenient and easy for members to accomplish their financial goals. You can learn more about them on our website tucsonfcu.com. I love Tucson Federal Credit Union and I just couldn’t see myself choosing to work for OR bank with a different financial institution.” – Jessica K.