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Are you looking for an opportunity for utilizing your leadership and professional skills in new ways, while also giving back to your community? Then volunteering for the First Alliance Credit Union Board of Directors or Supervisory Committee is a great way to grow in your career while supporting a mission to improve the financial lives of your neighbors. 

As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, our volunteer structure is the backbone of our credit union and our volunteers act as the member's voice within our organization. All decisions must by our volunteers are to be made with integrity and respect for all First Alliance Credit Union members. 

Board members serve a three-year term and are elected each year during our Annual Membership Meeting in the spring. You must be a primary member of the credit union (in good standing) for one year prior to applying for any volunteer position. Supervisory Committee members are appointed by the Board of Directors on an annual basis. 

If you're interested in helping lead First Alliance Credit Union as a volunteer, click the Volunteer Today button to send us your interest along with any relevant documents showcasing your professional qualifications and/or interests.

Note: Even if there are no current openings listed below, we still encourage you to contact us if you're interested in volunteering for our board or supervisory committee. 


Current Volunteer Leadership Openings

SUPERVISOR COMMITTEE MEMBER

The Supervisory Committee is responsible for ensuring that the Credit Union meets required financial reporting objectives and has established practices and procedures sufficient to safeguard Members’ assets. Their ability to understand and appreciate the Credit Union’s strategic priorities, and our number one priority of Member Service should be at the forefront of their decisions. 

• Must be a primary Member on the Membership and in good standing with the Credit Union.
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Must be bondable by the Credit Union’s fidelity bond company
• Must authorize and pass the background verification process (may include criminal, employment, education and credit)
• Ability to read and understand financial statements*
• Understanding of auditing procedures
• Ability to understand and evaluate procedures
• Ability to think and plan strategically
• Ability to work and communicate effectively as part of a team
• Ability to understand and evaluate information regarding technology systems and security‐related issues

Additional Desired Attributes and Abilities:

• Prior Credit union experience in a volunteer capacity
• Experience in bookkeeping, accounting, or auditing
• Understanding of and commitment to credit union philosophy
• Be able to attend meetings scheduled during the day in-person or virtual
• Has not been employed by the Credit Union within the past three years

*Newly appointed or elected Committee Members must possess an understanding of basic finance and accounting principles, including the ability to read and understand the Credit Union’s balance sheet and income statement in order to meaningfully participate in discussions regarding finance issues. If a new Committee Member does not possess this understanding, they agree to obtain such financial literacy within six months of being appointed or elected through available credit union education material.

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