Do you have a passion for providing the best customer service? Are you interested in endless possibilities and career opportunities? If so, we'd love to talk with you about our Member Service Representative position at Penfed Credit Union in Eugene, OR.
We're currently hiring part-time Member Service Representatives to start with us this summer. Come speak with our PenFed Talent Acquisition team and learn how you could work for one of the country's largest credit unions and help our members realize every ounce of their potential. Starting pay: $13.46-$16.28/hour plus additional benefits.
Established in 1935, PenFed today is one of the country’s strongest and most stable financial institutions with over 1.6 million members and over $23 billion in assets. We serve members in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in Guam, Puerto Rico, Okinawa, and Portugal. We are federally insured by NCUA and we are an Equal Housing Lender. We are available to members worldwide, via the web, seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.
Our mission isn’t simply to help our members get by. We exist to help them realize every ounce of their potential. We exist to educate, and to encourage. We exist to usher their dreams into the land of reality.
We provide our employees with a lucrative benefits package including robust medical, dental and vision plan options, plenty of paid time off, 401k with employer match, on-site fitness facilities at our larger locations, and more.
Eugene PenFed Credit Union contact:
Kristi Lodge, Talent Acquisition Coordinator
In today's busy society, balancing work and family is a common challenge. the stress this creates can be detrimental to an individual's physical health, emotional well-being, and work productivity. These effects will be discussed as well as strategies and techniques to reduce stress.
Fall Term is approaching! Registration for UO Students begins on Labor Day, September 3rd. This term learn how to make glass crazy straws, kayak paddles, silver rings, and more! Don't forget to check out our $15 Intro Specials during the first week of the term. Spend an evening exploring studios while making prints, ceramic mugs, and glass beads. Checkout craftcenter.uoregon.edu for more details!
Interested in the new bike share program in town, but don't know where to start? PeaceHealth Rides is hosting regular 'how-to' clinics the first Friday of every month right here on campus!
Drop in to the Outdoor Program office (EMU 008) at 10am. A friendly member of their team will be there to show you how to:
set up an account with or without a smartphone
register with your @uoregon.edu email for reduced rates
earn free ride credits by delivering bikes to hubs and priority hubs
find and reserve bikes remotely using the app
put a bike on hold when you're running a quick errand
ride and lock a bike outside the system area without incurring out-of-system fees
These info sessions are the first Friday of every month at 10am in EMU 008. No cost, no need to register in advance.
Mohammed Murshed, graduated from the University of Oregon in spring '18 with a Bachelor of Art in Art & Technology; he is currently pursuing an MFA in Visual Studies at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland. Murshed's work will be on view in the Adell McMillan Gallery Fall '18. Artist's statement: "When I begin a project, I already envision the concept of the idea in my mind, I do not force anything into my work. Some of my artwork reflects on my diagnoses of PTSD due to the war in Yemen and synesthesia. Ancient Middle Eastern Art inspires this Collection for Summer 2018. This series is devoted to Professor Jan Reaves (RIP 1945-2018); she was my Mentor through my last two years in University and has inspired me to work harder and not to give up. The impact of my cultural heritage reflects on my artwork. It subconsciously comes out to me; I consider myself a global citizen I would like my work to touch everyone globally."
Get excited for Fall by registering for a workshop at the Craft Center! Open registration begins on September 18th at 10AM. Learn how to make a glass pumpkin, shibori dyed fabric, or freshen up your photography skills! Checkout craftcenter.uoregon.edu for more information.
For students who have received the Summit, Apex, Presidential, Stamps, Quest, or Diversity Excellence scholarships, you and your families are invited to an ice cream social with Dr. Roger Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment Management, and staff from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, Student Orientation Programs, and Admissions.
After you move in come enjoy a tasty treat with other scholarship recipients and their families.
This reception is come-and-go and come-as-you-are.
Are you a first-year or transfer student living off-campus this year? Join Student Orientation Staffers who have had the same experience. We'll give you resources for living off-campus, best ways to stay involved, and where to find your community. After the presentation and question-and-answer session, we'll all walk over to the Pep Rally together.
The Flock Party provides a fun, interactive, and informative celebration to welcome University of Oregon students and sets the tone for the new year. The Flock Party is the largest campus-wide welcome event of the year. Find an organization to join, get free food and swag, and have a blast at the UO's block party we call the Flock Party!
Are you a University of Oregon student interested in developing your leadership capacity through community action? Lead for Change is a leadership development opportunity hosted through the Holden Center’s Days of Service program. As a cohort, students will strengthen their group facilitation skills by leading community action projects during the Days of Service; develop their knowledge about socially responsible leadership through regular cohort learning activities; and build meaningful relationships with the campus and Eugene-Springfield communities.
To apply email your resume and cover letter expressing your interest in the program to, firstname.lastname@example.org