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Kohler Credit Union

Kohler Credit Union promotes thrift and provides fair credit, serving over 42,700 members with over $523 million in deposits. Established in 1938 as a cooperative providing financial services – its deposit accounts, loans, investments, credit and debit cards, security features such as ATMs and online banking as well as related products and services are offered throughout Wisconsin.

Sheboygan Credit Union is located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and employs 135 people. They offer checking and savings account options with minimal to no fees to members as well as personal and business loan products at attractive interest rates. Their CUmobile app enables mobile deposits and offers other features.

Kohler Credit Union stands out among credit unions by supporting community initiatives beyond its core product offerings. Through partnerships with nonprofit organizations to offer financial education and training sessions. Donations made to emergency assistance programs as well as sports teams or youth programs is also an integral part of Kohler Credit Union’s outreach activities.

Kohler Credit Union is searching for an energetic Member Service Representative to join its team, available to Sheboygan County residents with at least a high school diploma or GED certificate and strong computer skills able to operate quickly in an agile work environment. Salary range for this position: $14 to $18 per hour.

Kohler Credit Union recently established its inaugural branch within Manitowoc Meijer. As such, this branch will serve the needs of the large membership base that Kohler enjoys here while alleviating traffic at their Taylor Drive branch.

Kohler Credit Union recently began construction of its new corporate center in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. This facility will act as the hub for Kohler Credit Union employees and should offer modern, efficient work environments to attract talented individuals. La Macchia Group – an experienced design-build partner to banks and credit unions – is overseeing this project to ensure optimal design-build results.

Credit unions differ from banks by being democratically owned and run by their members. When people deposit money in a credit union, they are actually purchasing shares in it as well as buying into it themselves – so when profits are earned they pass them along through lower fees and better rates to members. Credit unions were originally founded to meet the interests of specific groups like Kohler Company employees but now provide services to consumers across income levels with extensive branches across Wisconsin as a whole – Kohler Credit Union boasts one of Wisconsin’s highest ratings with B rating from Consumer Finance Administration!






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