AAFCU is committed to building caring custom solutions for our membership which can be accessed anytime, anywhere. We are passionate about providing world-class member service, while being involved and engage in our communities. We hold ourselves accountable to do what is right, not what is easy. We are seeking talent who share our values to join our team.
Sound like you? Apply today!
At AAFCU our employees are passionate, caring individuals who truly want to make a difference in the lives of our members and the community. Our employees understand no matter where they work in the credit union, EVERYONE plays an important part in our cooperative’s success.
Do you have the courage to pursue excellence?
Would you dare to challenge and grow yourself?
Are you passionate about serving others?
Do you want to impact the lives of people in your community?
Are you ready to put yourself out there and be part of a true team?
Do you love the idea of coming to work and being a part of something bigger?
If you answered yes to these questions, check out our current job openings!
While we do not have open Line Service Representative (Teller) positions at the moment, if you are interested in future opportunities for an entry-level position, please submit your resume below. We will review these applications as positions become available.
AAFCU conducts pre-employment background checks, credit checks and drug screening on candidates considered for employment.
AAFCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
If you have a disability and need assistance completing an application, please contact Jo-Ann Moore at 800.223.1983, ext. 1029 or Raegan Walker at 800.223.1983, ext. 1047.
Our culture at AAFCU is unique. We are a small organization with a family feel. Applicants who come into interview feel this immediately. It is important we find the right fit for our culture, which means we really want to get to know you during an interview, and we invite you to get to know us.
Integrity — Do what’s right
Service — Provide world class experience
Quality — Be the best
Community — Involved and invested where we work and live
1. Opportunity to learn and grow
At AAFCU, we foster a growth mindset. Employees are encouraged to take online classes, shadow other departments, and personally meet with our CEO and other members of our Senior Leadership Team for coaching. We take the time to learn about other areas of the credit union outside our home departments. Our generous tuition reimbursement program helps employees reach their personal and professional goals. From our CEO to our entry level positions, we make the growth of our people a priority.
2. Community Outreach
Employees embrace community outreach with many inspiring and exciting events we have throughout the year. Here are a few of the things we are involved in!
Courage Classic benefiting the Denver Children’s Hospital
Climb for Courage benefiting the Children’s Hospital
Emily Griffith Center Holiday Party
Care and Share Turkey Drive
Wacky Bike Ride benefiting Project ReCycle
Art Scholarship Program for nine local school districts
Relay for Life
3. We work hard and play hard
There is a lot of commitment, effort and heart devoted to making a credit union successful, but along the way we remember laughter and fun to help fuel our drive!
We wear jeans on Fridays and Saturdays
During Football season, we wear jerseys and have tailgate potlucks
During the summer employees enjoy barbeques and enjoy ice cream parties
We are also competitive; during Halloween and Christmas, employees compete individually and departmentally for the best decorating and costumes
Elegant holiday party and employee appreciation breakfast
Our wellness committee looks for ways to increase employee happiness with physical and mental fitness
We have been known to have a game of 4 square and hula hoop competitions
4. Great People to work with- employee testimonials
At AAFCU, we believe in each other and conquer each task as a team.
“I have the best role models that believe in my future.”
“The employees I am surrounded by are always sincere, understanding, and genuine towards every employee and member.”
“Win or lose, we are here for each other.”
5. AAFCU cares about the members
Our community and our members are two hallmarks that make AAFCU the company it is. When our employees come to work each day, they know they are making dreams happen. Whether it be helping to finance a member’s first car or helping a member to cash their first retirement check, our employees strive to provide exceptional financial services.
With how important members are to our community, they deserve the best in service that we can provide. AAFCU has the privilege and honor of supporting our military members and their families. No matter where they are taken to protect and serve our country, we can assist them with their banking needs. In addition, we take pride in serving our local school districts. It is an honor to work with the teachers and administrators who work to serve children in the local community. All of our members are important to us and we are driven by the Credit Union cooperative movement of “people helping people.”
AAFCU is committed to taking care of our employees through the benefits program. AAFCU understands employees value different benefit choices. For those employees who are planning for the future, we offer an exceptional 401K match. For those employees who are still deciding what they want to be when they grow up, we offer a tuition reimbursement program. AAFCU takes pride in helping our employees in whatever direction of life they choose.
There are several perks to being a full-time employee at AAFCU. We have federal holidays off, paid time off, and try to stick to a 40 hour work week. AAFCU encourages and supports employees in spending time with friends and family, as well as pursuing the things they are passionate about in their community. By working at such a family-oriented business, you can be assured that AAFCU will help you to maintain a healthy work/life balance.
AAFCU offers a structured program to a limited number of high school students interested in gaining experience in the financial services field.
Our High School Internship Program gives students the opportunity to learn about the financial products and services, as well as develop career skills in a professional work environment. This internship program also provides students an opportunity to be mentored by leaders within the organization. All interns will receive training in various locations in our Operations Department.
AAFCU’s internship program is open to students who:
Will be at least 16 years of age on or before June 11, 2018,
Will be in the 11th or 12th grade during the 2018-2019 school year, and
Attend a school in one of the districts serviced by Air Academy Federal Credit Union, including:
Academy School District 20
Cheyenne Mountain School District 12
Colorado Springs School District 11
Douglas County School District RE-1
Elbert School District 200
Elizabeth School District C-1
Falcon School District 49
Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8
Kiowa School District C-2
Lewis Palmer School District 38
Students accepted to the program are assigned to an appropriate branch location based on availability and the student’s geographic location for school and/or home.
Potential branch assignment locations include:
Cheyenne Mountain Branch - 1910 Southgate Road, Colorado Springs, CO
Garden Ranch Branch - 4920 North Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO
Cordera® Branch - 9810 North Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO
Monument Branch - 417 Third Street, Monument, CO
Castle Rock Branch - 714 D South Perry Street, Castle Rock, CO
Parker Branch - 10841 South Crossroads Drive, Parker, CO
Highlands Ranch Branch - 545 West Highlands Ranch Parkway, Highlands Ranch, CO
Students are required to attend one of two training sessions that will be held at our corporate headquarters located at 9810 N. Union Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80924. Each training session is approximately two weeks long. Immediately following completion of the assigned training session, student interns will report to their assigned branch location for work and continued on-the-job training.
Training sessions begin on June 11, 2018 and July 9, 2018. We will try to accommodate training session preferences; however, class sizes are limited and students may be assigned a training session based on availability.
During summer months, interns may work up to 35 hours per week, including Saturdays. Once the school year begins, hours will be reduced to no fewer than 10 hours per week after regular school hours including every Saturday.
Students gain valuable experience through this paid internship by working for a leading edge financial institution. Quarterly performance reviews are administered and depending upon the student’s performance he/she may receive a letter of recommendation upon program completion. Regular full-time and/or part-time employment will be considered after the student graduates high school.
The application process for our 2018-2019 High School Internship Program has ended. Check back for updates on the 2019 program.
Required forms to be completed and submitted with your application for consideration by April 19, 2018. Completed forms may be emailed to HSInternProgram@aafcu.com or faxed to 719.268.2521.
Branch Manager, Cheyenne Mountain
Air Academy Federal Credit Union
800.223.1983, ext. 3520
Branch Manager, Castle Rock
Air Academy Federal Credit Union
800.223.1983, ext. 7413
The mark CORDERA® is a federally registered trademark of High Valley Land Company, Inc. used under license.
AAFCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.