Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I submit my resume?
A. You may submit your resume along with your profile by establishing an account through our application process.
Q. Can I submit my resume to local Grow Financial branches?
A. No. Resumes are only accepted online.
Q. What are the basic requirements for becoming an employee for Grow Financial Credit Union other than job-related qualifications listed in the job posting?
A. You must be willing to:
1) Submit authorized documents as proof or authorization to be employed in the United States.
Q. Will I be considered for other job opportunities when applying for specific positions?
A. Yes, your resume will be stored in our database and will be available to our recruiters.
Q. How often can I update my profile?
A. Once you have established a profile on our site, you are able to access your profile at any time, from anywhere. If there is a change in your skills or employment history, you can log in to make updates.
Q. What happens to my resume after it's been submitted?
A. Once submitted, your resume enters our candidate tracking system. This tool provides us with a centralized talent pool and serves as the first stop for our recruiters, who are trying to identify candidates for specific job openings.
Q. After I submit my online application, will I receive a response?
A. Yes. You will receive an e-mail confirmation that your application has been received.
Q. Will I hear back from a recruiter?
A. Most likely, you will receive a response if the position to which you apply closely matches your skills and background. If you are not contacted for an interview, please continue to visit our site and search for new opportunities.
Q. What is the significance of being awarded as one of the "Top 75 Work Places of 2012" by the Tampa Bay Times and Workplace Dynamics?
A. Grow Financial is honored to be recognized as one of Tampa Bay's Top 75 Work Places of 2012. Companies were recognized as Top Work Places based solely on surveys completed by their employees on the topics of leadership, pay and benefits and an organization's overall sense of direction. So, in essence, our employees chose to honor us with this recognition! We think that says a lot about our culture, the satisfaction of our employees, our overall leadership and shared purpose within the organization, and so much more. To learn more about the study, please visit the Tampa Bay Times' Top 75 Work Places of 2012 website here.