Membership Development Representative [JRP-03011]

W.D. Fussell, a business officer in Katy ISD, started Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union in 1954. Mr. Fussell served as the credit union’s Treasurer and kept the deposits in a shoe box in his office desk. In order to fund BVSCU’s first loan, the credit union had to call some of the members and ask them to make deposits, so we’d have enough money to lend.  The credit union was originally chartered as Tri-County Teachers Credit Union (serving educators of Waller County, Fort Bend County, and Katy ISD). The name was changed to Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union to better describe the 13-county area of Texas which the credit union now serves.

BVSCU’s original purpose was to serve the teachers who were newly hired and weren’t paid until several months into the job. In 2013 BVSCU was approved for the most significant field of membership change since the 1960s when it received the green light to add community members who live, work, worship or attend school within the geographical boundaries of 10 school districts. We started with one office in Katy and now serve over 54,000 members in 13 counties at 12 branches from College Station to Rosenberg.

We are currently seeking to hire an energetic and creative Membership Development Representative for the Sealy area. In this role, you will be responsible for retaining and expanding existing account relationships and acquiring new members. You will develop activities and strategies that promote growth of the credit union by attracting new members through interaction with school employees and business contacts.

We offer a team-oriented environment where each individual is valued, along with excellent benefits!  And we’re are dedicated to the growth and development of all of our people.


Speak to groups of all ages and sizes about the credit union’s products and services or financial literacy topics in a precise and professional manner

Communicate with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy and model exemplary member service

Make “cold calls” to schools and local businesses

Work full-time hours plus occasional weekends and evenings as needed

Work on-site at designated location


Minimum one year of marketing/business development experience is preferred

Two-year college degree at minimum is preferred

Ability to display strong time management and organizational skills

Able to analyze data for equitable resolutions.

Ability to manage projects through to completion

Proficient with problem solving and critical thinking skills

Able to work irregular hours as dictated by scheduled events

Ability to speak to groups of all sizes in a professional and precise manner

Able to communicate with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy and model exemplary member service 

Proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications 


Qualified candidates may submit their resume via email to: