Jack or Jill of All Trades Needed!

Do you have spare time and general maintenance talent? We are looking for someone (as an independent contractor, not as an employee of NCCU) to do odd jobs and repairs occasionally and as needed. Requires the ability to lift up to 50 lbs and to perform physical labor. Examples may be changing filters and bulbs, replacing shingles and shutters, light plumbing repairs, general building maintenance, and moving or hauling; a fuller scope of duties is available upon request. Pay range is typically $15 to $20 per hour depending on experience and/or ability.

Please call Mr. Seth Miller at our main office on Jason Witten Way in Elizabethton at (423) 547-1245 for more information or to schedule an interview. Work would be performed at all of our office locations – Elizabethton, Johnson City, and Roan Mountain. Being able to respond to our repair calls and routine maintenance needs in a timely manner is crucial for this job. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Visit our Resources -> Forms page to download our employment application, or click here

Jobs That Make a Difference

Northeast Community Credit Union fosters an employment culture where you can have a positive impact. If you enjoy a fast-paced work environment and gain satisfaction from making a real difference in the lives of others, a career at NCCU may be exactly what you’re searching for.  We’re currently hiring loan servicing employees and frontline member service staff.

We’re dedicated to maintaining a workplace where employees feel a sense of belonging and are valued for their contributions.  Our primary mission is to provide an awesome financial service experience to each of our members and we welcome those who will fully commit to helping us accomplish this compassionately and competently.  We offer excellent pay and a family-friendly benefits package including:

  • Paid Time Off
  • Retirement Plan
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage
  • Life & Disability Insurance
  • Support for Community Involvement

Salary will depend on experience, education, and work ethic. We have four locations in the Tri-Cities area of Tennessee. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  You can apply in one of three ways (no phone calls):

  • Email your resume to HumanResources@BeMyCU.org
  • Fill out an application or drop off resume at our main office at 980 Jason Witten Way in Elizabethton, TN
  • Mail your resume to our main office – NCCU HR Dept, 980 Jason Witten Way, Elizabethton, TN 37643.

Please include salary information and any specific job preferences in your information. Learn more about us and print blank applications from our website at BeMyCU.org



All lobbies and drive-thru windows are OPEN to serve you today.  Too busy for a visit?

Call us at any of our 4 locations today for personal service – our staff is glad to provide balance and activity info, do transactions for you, pay your bills – whatever it takes to give you the prompt service you require. Our mobile app is currently being affected by record breaking winter storms that have impacted a large portion of the country. This is affecting all forms of communication as a variety of national data hubs are without power. Backup equipment and disaster recovery plans have been implemented and every effort possible is being made to restore online account access.

In the meantime, our onsite credit union staff has full access to your account information and we are waiting to answer your calls at ALL our 4 locations: 547-1200 Main Office, 772-3115 Roan Mountain Branch, 543-7777 19E Branch, and 722-6228 Johnson City Branch.  Please call to let us help you!

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At Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark – Elizabethton

Date Game 1 – 5:00 pm Game 2 – 7:30 pm
8-Jun Patriots vs Express Redwings vs Braves
9-Jun The Boro vs Vikings Deamons vs Raiders
10-Jun Trive vs Bulldogs Home of Daniel Norris vs Volunteers
15-Jun Braves vs Raiders Patriots vs Wahoos
16-Jun Home of Daniel Norris vs Cyclones Express vs Vikings
17-Jun Falcons vs Pirates The Boro vs Pirates
18-Jun Falcons vs Home of Daniel Norris Vikings vs Wahoos
22-Jun Bulldogs vs Redwings Braves vs Volunteers
23-Jun Deamons vs Cyclones The Boro vs Team Whited
24-Jun Raiders vs Bulldogs Deamons vs Falcons
25-Jun Express vs Team Whited Redwings vs Falcons
29-Jun Volunteers vs Patriots Pirates vs Vikings
30-Jun Volunteers vs Bulldogs Home of Daniel Norris vs Wahoos
1-Jul Falcons vs Braves Pirates vs Team Whited
2-Jul Redwings vs The Boro Volunteers vs Cyclones
6-Jul Vikings vs Deamons Wahoos vs Deamons
7-Jul Raiders vs The Boro Bulldogs vs Cyclones
8-Jul Patriots vs Team Whited Express vs Redwings
9-Jul Wahoos vs Braves Patriots vs Home of Daniel Norris
13-Jul Pirates vs Deamons Cyclones vs Patriots
14-Jul Bulldogs vs Falcons Express vs Raiders
15-Jul Wahoos vs Volunteers Home of Daniel Norris vs Deamons
16-Jul Vikings vs Raiders Cyclones vs The Boro
20-Jul Volunteers vs Express Pirates vs Braves
School (ALL Area Schools Were Invited) League Name
Science Hill Home of Daniel Norris
Elizabethton Cyclones
Dobyns-Bennett Team Whited
David Crockett The Boro
Cherokee Wahoos
Volunteer Volunteers
Tennessee Vikings
Sullivan East Patriots
Hampton Bulldogs
Univeristy (1) Pirates
University (2) Braves
Providence Redwings
Sullivan North Raiders
Greeneville Deamons
Abingdon Falcons
John S. Battle Express


     At TVA Credit Union Ballpark – Johnson City
Date Game 1 – 5:00 pm Game 2 – 7:30 pm
8-Jun The Boro vs. Wahoos Express vs. Wahoos
9-Jun Braves vs Patriots Cyclones vs Pirates
10-Jun Redwings vs Raiders Falcons vs. Vikings
15-Jun Cyclones vs Team Whited Deamons vs. Bulldogs
16-Jun Redwings vs Volunteers Falcons vs. Team Whited
17-Jun Deamons vs Volunteers Home of Daniel Norris vs Bulldogs
18-Jun Wahoos vs Pirates Raiders vs Volunteers
22-Jun Express vs Pirates Raiders vs Patriots
23-Jun Patriots vs Vikings Braves vs Bulldogs
24-Jun Team Whited vs Wahoos Redwings vs Cyclones
25-Jun The Boro vs Home of Daniel Norris The Boro vs Deamons
29-Jun Cyclones vs Braves Home of Daniel Norris vs Express
30-Jun Raiders vs Cyclones Team Whited vs Vikings
1-Jul Vikings vs Home of Daniel Norris Bulldogs vs Patriots
2-Jul Deamons vs Express Patriots vs Pirates
6-Jul Wahoos vs Redwings Braves vs Express
7-Jul Pirates vs Home of Daniel Norris Volunteers vs Falcons
8-Jul Raiders vs Falcons Braves vs The Boro
9-Jul Cyclones vs Falcons Volunteers vs The Boro
13-Jul Bulldogs vs The Boro Team Whited vs Deamons
14-Jul Team Whited vs Home of Daniel Norris Vikings vs Redwings
15-Jul Vikings vs Braves Wahoos vs. Raiders
16-Jul Bulldogs vs Express Pirates vs Redwings
20-Jul Team Whited vs Redwings Falcons vs Patriots
21-Jul 3 vs. 6 4 vs 5
22-Jul 1 vs GM 1 Winner 2 vs GM 2 Winner
23-Jul Finals Game 1 Finals Game 2
27-Jul Finals Game 3 if Nec No Game
29-Jul WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City
30-Jul WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City
31-Jul WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City WORLD SERIES – KODAK/Johnson City


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The IRS is now depositing coronavirus stimulus checks and here’s what you need to know:

You may already have the money in your bank account, or you may not see it for weeks. Here’s how you can track the payment:

The Internal Revenue Service announced over Easter weekend the first Economic Impact Payments, also known as coronavirus stimulus checks, were already being deposited into some taxpayers’ bank accounts.  By Wednesday, April 15, tens of millions of Americans should have received their checks.

Who is getting the money first?

The people getting theirs first are the ones who filed tax returns in 2018 or 2019 and received funds through direct deposit. People who didn’t file taxes, are very low income or are older and don’t need to file will have to wait for their money. Any paper checks should go out starting early May.

Elise Gould, a senior economist with the Economic Policy Institute, said some might not see the money until mid-summer.  “There’s going to have to be a way to collect their information, and that process could take a couple months,” Gould said.

What if the IRS doesn’t have my current bank info for direct deposit?  Or what if my mailing address has changed?

The IRS is creating a web portal where users can check the status of their stimulus payments. It launched the week of April 17. The site will also have a feature to enter your bank account information if the IRS doesn’t already have it from a 2018 or 2019 refund.

  • If your direct deposit has already been sent, you cannot use the IRS portal to update or correct your bank account information; if you have changed banks, your direct deposit must be returned by the receiving bank of record. You will need to contact the IRS as outlined in the letter referenced in the large italic print below the for further instructions.
  • If you’ve moved recently and cannot provide your new mailing address on the IRS portal prior to your check being mailed out, your check may be marked ‘Return to Sender’ by the postal service. You will need to following the directions in the large italic print below the for further instructions .

Stimulus check tracker

The IRS web portal will also let users check the status of their stimulus payments.

Check this page to view the stimulus check tracker info and look for the “Get My Payment” button, when it launches.

On the web go to: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments

What if I don’t file taxes every year?

The IRS launched this webpage to allow non-tax filers to provide the federal government with payment information. Look for the “Non-filers: Enter payment info here” button.

“If you don’t file taxes, use the “Non-Filers: Enter Your Payment Info Here” application to provide simple information so you can get your payment. You should use this application if: You did not file a 2018 or 2019 federal income tax return because your gross income was under $12,200 ($24,400 for married couples). This includes people who had no income. Or You weren’t required to file a 2018 or 2019 federal income tax return for other reasons”

On the web go to: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments

How much will you get?

In short, people who make $75,000 or less will receive the full $1,200 check. That amount will phase out, capping at people making $99,000. Households will receive an additional $500 for children under 16 years old.

More Frequently Asked Questions and info from IRS.gov:

Here is what you need to know about your Economic Impact Payment. For most taxpayers, payments are automatic, and no further action is needed. This includes taxpayers who filed tax returns in 2018 and 2019 and most seniors and retirees.

Who is eligible? 

U.S. residents will receive the Economic Impact Payment of $1,200 for individual or head of household filers, and $2,400 for married filing jointly if they are not a dependent of another taxpayer and have a work eligible Social Security number with adjusted gross income up to:

$75,000 for individuals

$112,500 for head of household filers and

$150,000 for married couples filing joint returns

Taxpayers will receive a reduced payment if their AGI is between:

$75,000 and $99,000 if their filing status was single or married filing separately

112,500 and $136,500 for head of household

$150,000 and $198,000 if their filing status was married filing jointly

The amount of the reduced payment will be based upon the taxpayers specific adjusted gross income.


Eligible retirees and recipients of Social Security, Railroad Retirement, disability or veterans’ benefits as well as taxpayers who do not make enough money to normally have to file a tax return will receive a payment. This also includes those who have no income, as well as those whose income comes entirely from certain benefit programs, such as Supplemental Security Income benefits.

Retirees who receive either Social Security retirement or Railroad Retirement benefits will also receive payments automatically.

Who is not eligible?

Although some filers, such as high-income filers, will not qualify for an Economic Impact Payment, most will.

Taxpayers likely won’t qualify for an Economic Impact Payment if any of the following apply:

Your adjusted gross income is greater than

$99,000 if your filing status was single or married filing separately

$136,500 for head of household

$198,000 if your filing status was married filing jointly

You can be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s return. For example, this would include a child, student or older dependent who can be claimed on a parent’s return.

You do not have a valid Social Security number.

You are a nonresident alien.

You filed Form 1040-NR or Form 1040NR-EZ, Form 1040-PR or Form 1040-SS for 2019.

How much is it worth?

Eligible individuals with adjusted gross income up to $75,000 for single filers, $112,500 for head of household filers and $150,000 for married filing jointly are eligible for the full $1,200 for individuals and $2,400 married filing jointly. In addition, they are eligible for an additional $500 per qualifying child.

For filers with income above those amounts, the payment amount is reduced by $5 for each $100 above the $75,000/$112,500/$150,000 thresholds. Single filers with income exceeding $99,000, $136,500 for head of household filers and $198,000 for joint filers with no children are not eligible and will not receive payments.

Do I need to take action?

No additional action is needed by taxpayers who:

-have already filed their tax returns this year for 2019. The IRS will use this information to calculate the payment amount.

-haven’t filed yet for 2019 but filed a 2018 federal tax return. For these taxpayers the IRS will use their information from 2018 tax filings to make the Economic Impact Payment calculations.

People who aren’t typically required to file a tax return:

-Social Security and Railroad Retirement recipients who are not typically required to file a tax return need to take no action. The IRS will use the information on the Form SSA-1099 and Form RRB-1099 to generate Economic Impact Payments of $1,200 to these individuals even if they did not file tax returns in 2018 or 2019. Recipients will receive these payments as a direct deposit or by paper check, just as they would normally receive their benefits. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) recipients are also part of this group who don’t need to take action.

-For Social Security, Railroad retirees and SSDI who have qualifying children, they can take an additional step to receive $500 per qualifying child.

-There are other individuals such as low-income workers and certain veterans and individuals with disabilities who aren’t required to file a tax return, but they are still eligible for the Economic Impact Payments. Taxpayers can check the IRS.gov tool – Do I Need to File a Tax Return? – to see if they have a filing requirement.

The IRS will soon provide guidance for these individuals on the steps to take to get their payment as soon as possible.

Payment recipients: watch for an IRS letter

 For security reasons, the IRS plans to mail a letter about the economic impact payment to the taxpayer’s last known address within 15 days AFTER the payment is paid. The letter will provide information on how the payment was made and how to report any failure to receive the payment. If a taxpayer is unsure they’re receiving a legitimate letter, the IRS urges taxpayers to visit IRS.gov first to protect against scam artists.

Avoid scams related to economic payments, COVID-19

The IRS urges taxpayers to be on the lookout for scam artists trying to use the economic impact payments as cover for schemes to steal personal information and money. Remember, the IRS will not call, text you, email you or contact you on social media asking for personal or bank account information – even related to the economic impact payments. Also, watch out for emails with attachments or links claiming to have special information about economic impact payments or refunds.

For our members impacted by a COVID-19 quarantine that results in reduced income, there are many ways we can help you.  Let our Member Solutions staff get to work right away on a plan for you. For us to help, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you reach out to us BEFORE you miss even one loan payment. This is because there are certain payment options that are temporarily authorized, and one qualification is that your payment must not already be behind when we start working on a revised payment plan.

For this reason, we are encouraging all our members to let us know as soon as possible any month you think your loan payment is going to be late.  For your own benefit and to increase the likelihood that we can help, please do NOT wait until your loan is delinquent to contact us.  As noted above, we have more options NOW to help you prepare and get through this – don’t wait until you get behind.

So, if you even think you may need a hand with your loans now or later, call us today and tell us you need to speak with someone regarding your loan payments.  We know your GOAL is to meet your everyday needs, and to protect your credit score so that you will still be able to borrow money from us after the crisis – we know exactly how to help you do that. We want to help you protect your car, home, family, and future – allowing us to work with you now is definitely a step in the right direction.  Call today!