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SECU of Maryland said it has plans to beef up its staff to help ensure it continues to deliver value to its members.
The Linthicum, Md., credit union has plans to hire some 20 new employees.
Openings across all levels run the gamut from full- and part-time tellers and financial services consultants to network engineer, business relationship banker and senior marketing manager positions.
According to Rod Staatz, president/CEO of the $2.4 billion credit union, the move is simply part of SECU’s commitment to recruiting and retaining top talent.