"Once again the PFCU has come through and continues to have never let me down!"
~ Leo of Pittsford, NY, Member since 2002

Pittsford Branch Mendon Branch Hours & Locations

With two branch locations, visiting the Credit Union is more convenient than ever!

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Pittsford Branch
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20 Tobey Village Road
P.O. Box 346
Pittsford, NY 14534-0346
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Mendon Branch
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1321 Pittsford Mendon Road
P.O. Box 726
Mendon, NY 14506-0726
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Hours Of Operation
Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

(585) 624-7474
(800) 836-8010
Pittsford Fax - (585) 381-0078
Mendon Fax - (585) 624-7939
Mortgage Dept. - (585) 381-3885
Mortgage Fax - (585) 381-3949

Don't forget, Telephone Banking (624-7670) and Internet Banking are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


Holiday Schedule

Our branches will be closed on the following Holidays. All electronic services will be available, including ATMs, Internet, Mobile and Telephone Banking.

New Year's DayJanuary 1, 2015
Birthday of Martin Luther KingJanuary 19, 2015
Washington's BirthdayFebruary 16, 2015
Memorial DayMay 25, 2015
Independence DayJuly 4, 2015
Labor DaySeptember 7, 2015
Columbus DayOctober 12, 2015
Veteran's DayNovember 11, 2015
Thanksgiving DayNovember 26, 2015
Christmas Eve (Close at 3:00PM)December 24, 2015
Christmas DayDecember 25, 2015
New Year's Eve (Close at 3:00PM)December 31, 2015
New Year's Day January 1, 2016

Employment Opportunities

The Pittsford Federal Credit Union is located in a suburb of Rochester, NY. Our 50 team members represent a wide variety of skills and backgrounds. We focus on our membership by delivering exceptional service with personal contact and the latest in electronic delivery methods.

The Pittsford Federal Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pittsford FCU supports a drug free workplace and conducts background checks, which include a credit report.


Accounting / Operations Specialist

Position Summary

The primary responsibility of the Accounting/Operations Specialist is to assist with the accurate reporting, recording and reconciliation of the Credit Unionís accounting activities. As such, close attention to detail and diligent research ability are important. Additionally, this position will undertake special projects throughout the Credit Union when the skills and the experience of the individual best match the characteristics of the particular initiative. Strong organizational skills and proficiency in written and oral communication are essential in order to effectively and efficiently accomplish the responsibilities of the position.


Qualifications
  • An associate degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration is required.
  • 1-2 of years of accounting related experience is preferred.
  • Desire and ability to learn with initiative to act and operate independently.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft office; proficiency in using Microsoft Excel.
  • Ability to deal effectively, professionally and pleasantly with team members and members of the Credit Union.
  • A team player with a willingness to work cooperatively and effectively on projects with others while promoting a team environment.
  • Maintain a high regard for confidentiality; information that is accessed must be kept confidential.
  • Maintain a professional appearance and possess a positive attitude.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit while using hands to use a computer or other technologies. The employee frequently is required to see, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
  • The noise level in this office work environment is usually light.
Essential Responsibilities (not all inclusive)
  • Operations:
    • Card Services - daily report review, fraudulent activity processing, problem-solving and member research
    • ACH processing - posting of exceptions, research, stop payment and fraudulent activity processing, knowledge of NACHA rules
    • Share Draft processing - posting of exceptions, stop payment and fraudulent activity processing, research
    • Wire transfer processing (incoming & outgoing) and research
  • Accounting Functions:
    • Daily general ledger entries
    • Daily credit union balancing
    • Analyze and prepare financial schedules to support journal entries
    • Daily cash management
    • Monthly bank account reconciliations
    • Ensure accuracy and integrity of financial information
  • Member/Team Member Support:
    • Research
    • Problem solving
    • Special project implementation/support throughout the organization

Please submit resume to:
Ruth Illingsworth
Pittsford Federal Credit Union
PO Box 726
Mendon, NY 14506-0726

E-mail resume to: HR@PittsfordFCU.org or call Human Resources at (585) 624-7474 x5146

Pittsford Federal Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

View Financial Report Financial Information

Pittsford Federal Credit Union has now served members for 45 years, providing financial information resources, competitive products, and outstanding service. The Credit Union continues to grow and is currently fifth largest credit union in the Greater Rochester area. In December, we reached $354 Million in assets. We owe this continued success to the confidence and trust of our members.

Pittsford Federal Credit Union exists to provide member focused friendly financial services. As a team of professionals, the Board of Directors and the staff are dedicated to providing exceptional member service in a knowledgeable, caring manner. We strive to efficiently provide quality services that exceed member expectations while ensuring that we remain a sound, stable financial institution.

Selected Amounts And Percentages 2013 2012
Total Amount Paid to Members as a Percentage
of Gross Income
14.13% 15.71%
Yield On Average Assets 3.35% 3.20%
Average Cost of Funds 0.53% 0.63%
Total Operating Expenses as a Percent of Assets 1.92% 1.94%
Loan Losses as a Percent of Average Loans .21% .09%
Net Income as a Percent of Average Assets .71% .81%
Total Capital as a Percent of Assets 10.17% 9.82%
Total Gross Income $11,685,701 $12,037,482
Total Reserves & Undivided Earnings & Allowance
for Loan Losses
$37,093,531 $34,888,434

Credit Union History

Small Change and a Shoebox

When a small group of Pittsford Central School District employees got together and decided they wanted higher earnings on their savings and a source of affordable loans, the Pittsford Federal Credit Union was born. In 1968, these founders pooled their funds and launched the member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative.

For the first few years, the Credit Union was staffed entirely by volunteers. Funds were stored inside a shoebox in a classroom desk drawer, and all transactions were recorded by hand. Within just five years, membership grew to over one thousand members and assets topped $1 million.

Serving the Wider Community

The adoption of a community charter in 1979 marked a major turning point in the Credit Union's history. Membership was no longer restricted to Pittsford School employees. The Credit Union began offering its products and services to anyone who lived or worked in the towns of Pittsford, Mendon or Honeoye Falls.

A Permanent Home

In 1980, the Credit Union rented its first professional space and began conducting business out of the Barn Bazaar Building in Tobey Village Office Park. Continuous increases in membership and mergers with the Singer and Nazareth College Credit Unions prompted a series of moves to larger and larger offices. In 1988, the Credit Union purchased its own building and settled into its present home at 20 Tobey Village Road.

New Products and Services

The 1990s was a decade of new product and service introductions. Along with a variety of savings account options and auto, mortgage and personal loans, the Credit Union added U.S. Savings Bonds, VISA Gold cards, signature guarantees and telephone banking to its menu of offerings. The Credit Union Web site made its debut in 1996, and online banking services were launched to wide acclaim in 1997.

A Second Branch

By 1998, after thirty years in business, the Credit Union had again outgrown its space. A second office was built in the town of Mendon, providing convenient branch banking for members. The second location would also house centralized computer hardware and systems and a new call center to handle ever-increasing call volumes.

Pittsford FCU in the New Millennium

In July 2006, a community charter expansion was approved, and membership was extended to individuals who live or work in the towns of Brighton, East Rochester, Perinton, Pittsford, Mendon, Victor, East Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, Lima, Avon, Rush or Henrietta. By the close of 2007, the Credit Union employed fifty-five people and assets exceeded $233 million.

From shoebox savings to state-of-the-art technology, the Credit Union has come a long way. Growth and change will continue in the twenty-first century, as the Credit Union takes advantage of new opportunities and new technologies to respond to the changing needs of its members. The primary objective, however, will always remain the same: provide superior products and outstanding personal service to members.