PORTSMOUTH – Northeast Credit Union (NECU) announces the promotion of Peter Joslin to assistant vice president of Learning and Development at their Portsmouth location. Previously manager of Learning and Development, Joslin will remain a valuable part of NECU. His responsibilities include overseeing the Learning and Development department as well as creating and administering an employee curriculum designed to enhance member experience.
“Peter has elevated the Learning & Development Department with his high level of technical expertise, drive and initiative,” said Traci Tenggren, vice president of Human Resources. “On a daily basis, he demonstrates leadership and a passion for coaching and learning. He has enhanced our program and has received a lot of positive feedback.”
Joslin began his career with NECU as the manager of Learning and Development. He also held the positions of branch manager at First and Ocean Bank, practice manager at Have a Heart Animal Hospital, and manager of Learning and Development at People’s United Bank before joining Northeast Credit Union in August 2017. Each year, Joslin takes part in the United Way Day of Caring. He also participates in the Massachusetts Buddy Walk which raises awareness for people with Down Syndrome.
“I am excited to start this new role as AVP of Learning and Development,” said Joslin. “I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with our management team to identify Learning and Development needs across our footprint. I look forward to working closely with my team to improve and expand our training so we may positively impact every member who walks through our doors.”
About Northeast Credit Union
Since 1936, Northeast Credit Union (NECU) has been helping people with their financial needs and giving back to the local communities. NECU has $1.5 billion in assets and serves more than 130,000 members at 20 branches throughout New Hampshire and Maine. NECU is member-owned, operating not-for-profit, but for service, which allows the revenue generated by its services to be given back in the form of lower interest rates on loans, reduced fees, attractive earnings on savings and investments, and around-the-clock access to the latest electronic services. For information, visit www.necu.org