Lake Michigan Credit Union established in 1933 is one of the largest financial institutions in Michigan and one of the largest credit unions in the nation! For several years running, LMCU has earned inclusion as one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in West Michigan, Metropolitan Detroit and nationally!
This award is based on key metrics like communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention and many others. This award recognizes our efforts to build a strong, sustainable business presence without sacrificing employee benefits, growth or wellbeing.
As an employee, you'll enjoy a stimulating, professional atmosphere, supported by the latest technology, training and development. You will be encouraged to refine your existing skills in an environment of empowerment, gain new experiences, and progress to the limits of your own motivation. Our comprehensive benefit package for full-time employees includes health, dental, vision and life insurance, tuition assistance, 401(k) and pension plan options for retirement savings, paid volunteer time and paid time off that allows you to balance work and home life.
The primary purpose of the role is performing administrative activities in support of the credit union’s security program as designated by LMCU policies and procedures.
Maintains records of keys, alarm codes and electronic access card inventory. Performs electronic filing of all access
Responsible for coordinating company-wide building access for new hires, terminations, transfers, position changes, etc. including tracking of access badge acknowledgements.
Performs annual key, alarm code, and electronic access card audits.
Effectively works independently and carries out direction from the Security Manager.
Maintains parking space assignments for parking garage at Lake Drive Corporate. Performs random monthly selection from eligible employees and manages access to the garage accordingly.
A minimum of one year up to three years of similar or related experience, including preparatory experience.
A high school degree or equivalent