Neighbors Credit Union

Board Member

Job Locations US-MO-St. Louis
Posted Date 1 month ago(9/9/2021 10:30 AM)
Job ID
2021-1847
# of Openings
1
Category
Other

Overview

Neighbors Credit Union is excited to announce a leadership volunteer opportunity as a board member on our Board of Directors team!  

 

Who you are: 

You are a local resident in the St. Louis County and/or City community.  You value community outreach programs, have experience in non-profit work and business development.  

 

Who we are:  

Neighbors Credit Union is a growing, not-for-profit, full-service financial institution that was established in 1928 in St. Louis. Here our employees have a simple purpose: to provide awesome member experiences. At Neighbors Credit Union, you will be part of a team that always puts people before profits.

 

Our Mission:

Neighbors Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full service financial institution where every member has a voice in how our credit union works, and how each of us is served. Here we have a simple purpose: to make the financial lives of our members easier and less expensive. We help you weed out high fees and keep more of your green with better rates and fewer fees. Because that's what being Neighbors is all about. We provide awesome member experiences through innovative products, superior service and trusted advice, while strengthening our community with financial education. We are dedicated to the success of our members and employees to ensure we are the financial institution of choice.

Responsibilities

NCU is searching for unique skill sets to help benefit our community and ask that the future board members have in interested in:

  • Community Outreach
  • Volunteer endeavors
  • Business Development
  • Workforce experience
  • Non-profit work

Qualifications

The board member should be local to communities in and around the St. Louis City and County regions.

 

Contact Information:

Debbie Reidler

Neighbors Credit Union

dreidler@neighborscu.org

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