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Careers at Community First

Careers at Community First

Talented, Committed Employees are the Key to Our Success

Start Your Career

Community First is a progressive company focused on the lives and career development of our employees. If you are looking for a new career we encourage you to review the great benefits available to our employees

If you are ready to begin your employment search at Community First, you can start by viewing our current employment opportunities.

Available Jobs

Part Time Teller Solutions Representative - St. Augustine - The Teller's primary responsibility is to build positive relationships with members while offering solutions for their financial needs by processing transactions accurately and efficiently. A Teller is to provide solutions by identifying opportunities to build and deepen relationships with members and non-members by promoting value added products, services and solutions.

Branch Member Service Representative -Riverside- Effectively interviews members and potential members. Asks questions and listens carefully to determine the appropriate products and services to offer. Presents products and services in a positive, professional and knowledgeable manner, so inquiring individuals can make an informed decision. 

Business Lending Administrative Specialist- Administrative support working directly with the Business Services Team by performing a variety of clerical, administrative and sales/service related tasks. Functions include: first point of contact for all inbound and internal business loan referrals through information-gathering discussion and scheduling appointment of appointments with Business Services Representatives. Also serves as primary contact responding to incoming service requests from members.

Collection Representative- The primary function of a Collector is to recover money owed to the Credit Union for delinquent loan and share accounts. The objective is to collect payment from members by determining the appropriate contact method. All member contact must remain professional and comply with the Fair Debt Collection practices Act.

Call Center Member Service Representative - Responsible for handling member inquiries, transactions, or directs calls to the proper department or personnel. This position maintains current information on Credit Union Services; communicates information to members and cross-sell Credit Union services at expected levels.

Yulee Branch Manager - The Branch Manager position has the overall responsibility for the daily branch operations and supervision of branch staff. The person in this position ensures that the branch adheres to all applicable credit union branch compliance and standard operational processes and procedures.

Business Lending Officer - Develop and implement calling efforts for business members, focusing on new relationship creation, relationship expansion and external referral sources. Generate leads through branch network and referrals, calling existing contacts and internal partners to develop loans. Participate in local and community activities, and cold calling, if necessary, to generate business.


Internal Application – Current Employees Only

Employee Benefits

  • Bonus and incentive plans
  • 401K & Roth retirement plans
  • Health, Dental and Vision
  • Medical and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Basic Life, Supplemental Life and AD&D
  • Short Term and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Paid holidays, sick, vacation, bereavement, education and personal leave days
  • Paid volunteer hours
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program
  • Credit Union Education Program (CUEP)
  • Comprehensive, incentive-based Wellness Program
  • Opportunities to serve on Credit Union Committees

Employee Development

Our Career Development Program offers non-exempt employees the opportunity to participate in a customized development program to enhance skills and competencies required in their career path. At completion, the employee will receive a pay increase while either remaining at the same level or advancing one level—based on the needs of the department. These changes occur when an eligible employee completes the appropriate requirements as outlined in an approved Career Development Plan

FSCJ's Credit Union Education Program (CUEP), offered through the Northeast Florida Credit Union Chapter of LSCU, helps Community First pay a portion of tuition, fees and books for employees with three months of employment who are attending credit union courses at Florida State College of Jacksonville. Required courses include: Foundation and Structure of Credit Unions, Human Behavior, Business Mathematics and Fundamentals of Member Services. You can choose from two program opportunities.

Tuition Reimbursement

Community First will reimburse a portion of tuition, fees and books paid by an employee to a regionally accredited, post-secondary educational institution. The employee must be classified as full-time or part-time permanent and must have worked at the credit union for 90 days. The classes are required to be job-related.

Job Related Certifications and Professional Organization Memberships

Community First will pay membership dues or participation fees to professional organizations for executive and management personnel.