Become part of the Red Rocks team
A career at Red Rocks is an opportunity for impact – in your life and in the life others. When you join our team, you will experience a culture driven by our Core Values: Relentless Care for Others, Do the Right Thing and Do It Well, Servant Leadership, and Purpose Driven. Our goal is to help our team members fulfill their “why” and empower them to help our members fulfill their dreams.
Our core values are the
heart and soul of what we do
A career at Red Rocks is an opportunity for impact – in your life and in the life others.
When you join our team, you will experience a culture driven by our Core Values:
Relentless Care for Others
Unwavering commitment to the good of humanity
Do the Right Thing and Do It Well
Integrity and excellence with consistency
Focused on others, service oriented, humble, and bold
Actively pursuing our hopes, dreams, and aspirations
Our core focus
Our passion is excelling at…
Your benefits are our priority
Work-life balance is important to us. We want everyone to be healthy, spend time outside
of work so they feel refreshed, and have the financial resources and support they need.
Flexible Paid Leave
How we serve our communities
At Red Rocks Credit Union, we believe it’s important to give back to our community and our members. Here are just a few ways we give back:
- Volunteer at the Food Bank of the Rockies
- Giving Tree to benefit the Crisis Center’s Adopt-a-Family Program
- Denver Rescue Mission’s Housewarming Boxes Program
We can’t wait for you
to join the team!
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