- Alberta Central
- Job Industry
- Banking, Finance
Alberta Central is the central banking facility, service bureau and trade association for Alberta's credit unions. They are advocates of the financial cooperative model and provide leadership and support to the credit unions they represent. Alberta Central represents 19 credit unions from across the province, consisting of almost 200 branches, serving more than 611,000 system members. Their mission, vision and core values help ensure that the people they serve are at the centre of every decision we make.
Alberta Central is seeking two board directors independent from the credit union system. As members of the board contributing to the collective achievement of the role of the board, individual directors are responsible to support Alberta Central in fulfilling its mission.
Applicants are expected to have knowledge of the financial services industry, showcasing a firm understanding of the competitive environment in which Alberta Central and the credit union system operates. Applicants must have demonstrated experience in accounting and financial reporting, including but not limited to experience in commercial credit, investment, and risk management. Experience in legal and regulatory compliance, communications, corporate governance, strategic planning, information technology, and human resources would be supportive asset skills for applicants.
Directors are elected for a term of three years and may serve for a maximum of nine years plus any additional partial term related to a vacancy that he or she may have filled at the outset of his or her service. Anyone is welcome to apply, and preference to will be afforded to residents of Alberta as well as credit union members.
To apply for this position, please submit your application and related materials to email@example.com and state organization and the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.