Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

Products
Symitar Offers Programming Staffing Service
MURRIETA, Calif. (9/24/13)--Symitar, a core technology provider, is offering a new staffing service that provides Symitar Episys programmers to its clients.
 
CUTEK Staffing Services made its debut at the Symitar Educational Conference and Technology Expo in San Diego, Sept. 9-12.
 
"Working with our Symitar credit union clients over the years and providing them with thousands of Episys consulting hours, I soon discovered that there was a need to help these credit unions find qualified Episys talent and use it effectively and efficiently," Ron Murray, CUTEK president. "We can use our more than two decades of Episys programming experience to help these credit unions find qualified programmers that will fit their organization and mentor them so that they provide their credit union with top-notch work.
 
CUTEK Staffing Services offers permanent staffing and training services. The two-pronged approach reduces a credit union's hire risk through selective hiring and management of all employer responsibilities.
 
Credit unions can "time share" programmers, which is cheaper than the typical consultant programmer arrangement, Symitar said.  Credit unions are spared the responsibility of hiring and managing employees, ongoing training, handling taxes and benefits and furnishing equipment and office space. 
 
The service also helps write Episys-specific ads, reviews resumes, and participates in interviews of candidates. Credit unions can hire on a contract-to-permanent basis.
 
Once an individual is identified, CUTEK Staffing trains, certifies, provides progress reports and makes recommendations to turn a contracted Episys employee to a permanent hire.


RSS print
News Now LiveWire
30+ states allow #creditunions to act as public depositories, another Northeastern state may soon follow suit #CUNA http://t.co/EV1dB3phTH
47 minutes ago
New #databreach at Michaels & associated business Aaron Brothers may have impacted 2.6m cardholders http://t.co/jYeFs8okao
1 hours ago
#creditunion-community ties stressed during public funds depository testimony by @MassLeague See #NewsNow http://t.co/K7OrwuvhxM
1 hours ago
Large CU stress testing on the agenda for the April @theNCUA open meeting http://t.co/2TUcnmCmPi
10 hours ago
#FinancialLiteracyMonth Test your college financial aid knowledge @nasfaa http://t.co/xgrDmHaw8W
19 hours ago