About Credit Unions & Co-Ops

Credit unions serve more communities than any other financial institution, giving Manitobans substantially better access to quality financial services and products.
In 61 of those communities, a credit union is the only financial institution in place to serve local residents and businesses.

What is a Credit Union?

What is a Credit Union?
Credit unions are financial co-operatives and, like all co-operatives, are owned and controlled by the people who use their services. These people are members, and they all own shares in the credit union. As shareholders, members of many credit unions share in the profits every year. (more…)

The Co-Operative Model

The Credit Union Difference

Credit unions are driven by both economic and social concerns. They are community-based organizations that care not only about the bottom line of their businesses, but also the needs of their members and the quality of life in their communities. (more…)

Credit Union History

The Origins of Co-operatives and Credit Unions
The story of co-operatives and credit unions began in Rochdale, England on December 21, 1844. The first co-operative, in Toad Lane, was created to supply wholesome, unadulterated food at reasonable prices to society members. (more…)

Why We’re Successful

Credit unions in Manitoba are successful for many reasons, but the number one reason is because they are different. With a credit union, you’re a member – not a number.

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The 7 International Co-operative Principles

The co-operative principles are guidelines by which co-operatives put their values into practice. (more…)

Credit Union Employee Giving and Community Service

Guided by the international co-operative principle of Concern for Community, Manitoba credit unions are strong supporters of a wide range of community organizations and events throughout the province.
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Find a Credit Union

There are 27 credit unions currently operating in Manitoba.

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Links to Credit Union & Co-Op Sites

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Links to Credit Union Internet Banking Sites

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Credit Union Careers

BRANCH MANAGER – ASSINIBOINE CREDIT UNION
BRANCH MANAGER – CROSSTOWN CIVIC CREDIT UNION
MANAGER, IT – SUNOVA CREDIT UNION
MANAGER, CREDIT ADJUDICATION – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP
SENIOR COMMERCIAL & AGRICULURAL ACCOUNT MANAGER – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP
WEALTH ADVISOR – ASSINIBOINE CREDIT UNION
WEALTH MANAGEMENT ADVISOR – SUNRISE CREDIT UNION
TREASURY & FINANCE ANALYST – ACCESS CREDIT UNION
SOFTWARE DEVELOPER/ANALYST – SUNOVA CREDIT UNION
ACCOUNTING ANALYST, FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS – CUCM
FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFICER – CAMBRIAN CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – ME-DIAN CREDIT UNION
PRODUCT MANAGER, NETWORK & MANAGED SECURITY – CELERO
API DEVELOPER – CELERO

BRANCH MANAGER – ASSINIBOINE CREDIT UNION

Location:  West Broadway Branch

The opportunity:

The Branch Manager provides overall leadership and direction, and maintains compliance and internal control for the branch.  The Branch Manager is the sales leader who coaches, mentors and develops a team in all areas with emphasis on relationship banking.  The Branch Manager will work closely with other branch leaders and the operations team to ensure the credit unions goals and objectives are met and that members receive seamless, quality service.

What you’ll do each day:

  • Coach, mentor, develop and provide clearly defined, measurable goals and expectations to staff to ensure sales target are met and that members receive quality, personalized service.
  • Translate the credit union’s annual business goals and objectives into effective strategies and performance targets for the branch and employees.
  • Resolve complex problems and member complaints referred by staff or head office to ensure the needs of members, staff and the credit union are met.
  • Provide regular communication about ACU’s vision, values and strategic objectives to employees in a way that builds understanding and commitment.
  • Create a network of enthusiastic and accountable employees who support sales and service excellence through effective, consistent and constructive coaching and communication to all staff.
  • Train, coach, assign appropriate limits and empower staff relative to their experience and level of competency.
  • Monitor and control expenses in accordance with the annual budget.
  • Ensure internal controls are adhered to, reporting is timely and accurate and internal audit processes are followed while maintaining a balance between effective risk management and efficient, quality service.
  • Understand, respect, and support ACU’s commitment to values-based banking
  • Create a respectful environment that stimulates, guides and encourages employees to realize their maximum potential and encourages professional development.
  • Maintain current and relevant knowledge of industry trends, competitor products and strategies.

Your experience and qualifications:

Completion of a post-secondary program in a related field, accompanied by 6 to 10 years of job related experience, (or an equivalent combination of both education and experience).  Over three years’ experience in successfully leading a sales team is required.

Continuing education and or CFP/PFP designation would be considered an asset.

  • Strong sales and sales management skills
  • Strong leadership and management skills
  • Strong credit and risk management skills
  • Strong financial planning

Additional requirements:

Knowledge of credit union products, services, philosophies and principles, credit union legislation, regulations, policies and procedures.

Who we are:

As one of Manitoba’s Top Employers (2018), choosing to work at Assiniboine Credit Union means that you’ll be working for an organization that…

  • puts people, planet and prosperity first,
  • values diversity and inclusion,
  • is focused on social and environmental responsibility,
  • supports employees through training programs and long-term career development,
  • offers a competitive total compensation program which includes bonuses, a matched pension program, and health and dental benefits.

If doing things differently and doing more is part of who you are, join us on a rewarding journey where your personal aspirations and career goals can align.

Please submit your resume and cover letter at ACUcareers.ca by December 21, 2018. We thank everyone who applies but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are committed to workforce diversity and actively recruit people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives reflecting the community in which we live and work.

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BRANCH MANAGER – CROSSTOWN CIVIC CREDIT UNION

Crosstown Civic Credit Union is actively seeking a Branch Manager to join our team. Reporting to the Director, Branch Service Excellence; the Branch Manager is a results orientated, member-focused advocate for the overall branch operation. Through active coaching, guidance and training the Branch Manager fosters an advice based culture through the promotion of products and services.

Responsibilities:

  • Foster a positive environment focused on growth in order to achieve branch and organizational goals (including membership, loan and deposits) based on a unified advice culture.
  • Create and supports an entrepreneurial environment that supports a holistic member experience to both existing and potential new members.
  • Provide leadership through ongoing coaching and guidance in change initiatives as the branch change champion.
  • Adhere to internal controls and processes; including timely reporting, expense and risk management.
  • Coach for high performance as measured by member satisfaction, as well as retention, growth and overall results.
  • Resolve complex member concerns referred by staff or corporate office to ensure the needs of members, staff and credit union are met.
  • Ensure up-to-date and relevant knowledge of industry trends, competitor products and services.

Ideal Candidate:

The Branch Manager will preferably have a Degree in Business Administration or be a graduate of CUIC Management Studies Program along with a background in value-based sales training or possessing a wealth management history. 5 to 7 years experience in the financial services industry and a minimum of 2 years in a leadership role are required.  Previous demonstrated success and experience coaching and leading for high performance would be considered an asset.

Salary will be based on qualifications and experience and includes a comprehensive benefit package and bonus incentive program.

If you would like to join our team, you are invited to apply by submitting your resume and cover letter at https://www.crosstowncivic.mb.ca/contact/careers. This competition closes on Thursday January 3, 2019.

We thank all those that express an interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

At Crosstown Civic Credit Union, we are committed to helping our members achieve their long-term goals by building long-standing relationships and providing high quality service – every decision we make, every action we take, is done exclusively with members in mind.  Crosstown Civic Credit Union currently operates a network including a Corporate Office, nine Winnipeg branch locations, a Commercial department and a virtual Division, Accelerate Financial.

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MANAGER, IT – CROSSTOWN CIVIC CREDIT UNION

Support Headquarters – Information Technology (Selkirk, Mb)

technology trailblazer

In a world where technology feels like a constant companion, proper management and leadership in any organization is essential. If you consider yourself a natural born leader (dare we say, trailblazer?), confident in all things information technology, and want to work for a dynamic and unique financial institution, then we want to hear from you!

Roles + responsibilities

Reporting to the Vice President + Chief Information Officer, the Manager, IT will exemplify superior leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of technology-related strategies that contribute to the achievement of organizational goals.

In addition to leadership, the Manager, IT will maintain operational efficiency and effectiveness by researching and recommending changes to organizational technology, implementing new an innovating ways to utilize technology, and managing third-party relationships to ensure organizational objectives and standards are met in a cost effective manner.

The successful candidate will also ensure the proper level of security aimed at protecting the integrity of the organization’s electronic data and physical properties, provide the necessary competencies to develop and maintain a disaster recovery plan, and participate in the implementation of the organization’s strategic and operational plans.

Qualifications

In addition to embracing Sunova’s culture of having fun and working hard, the following qualifications and education are required:

  • A Computer Science degree, or equivalent
  • 5 -7 years of proven ability in an IT management position in a Microsoft environment
  • Experience managing a team of qualified professionals

Knowledge in the following is also required:

  • Strategic planning
  • Computer systems
  • Change management and network management

Benefits

When it comes to compensation, benefits, and overall employee experience (including fun!), we are always a step ahead of the rest. Along with ongoing training and personal development opportunities, all Sunova staff are eligible to participate in our employee savings and bonus programs.

If your colleagues describe you as an information tech visionary, charismatic, and an effective leader, then it’s probably time you considered a career with us.

Think you’ve got what it takes? We look forward to receiving your application at https://www.sunovacu.ca/join-the-team/were-hiring/ by January 1.

All those who apply will be contacted.

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MANAGER, CREDIT ADJUDICATION – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP

Caisse Financial Group is a bilingual co-operative financial institution offering comprehensive financial products and services through a network of 19 branches in Manitoba.

Classification: Permanent; Full time

Work Location in Manitoba: 201 – 205 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Vice-President, Risk & Compliance, the Manager, Credit Adjudication is in charge of analyzing and granting commercial and agricultural loan submissions for the Caisse’s network. He or she is also in charge of developing the credit related training program for the team of Commercial & Agricultural Account Managers and Analysts.

Preference will be given to bilingual (French and English) candidates

Closing date: December 17, 2018

For more details: www.caisse.biz/en/careers

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SENIOR COMMERCIAL & AGRICULTURAL ACCOUNT MANAGER – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP

Caisse Financial Group with assets of $1.5 billion is a bilingual co-operative financial institution offering comprehensive financial products and services through a network of 19 branches in Manitoba.

Classification: Permanent; Full time

Work Location in Manitoba: St. Pierre-Jolys and serving many communities, including La Broquerie and Ste. Agathe

Responsibilities

As a Senior Commercial & Agricultural Account Manager, the qualified candidate will manage a portfolio of commercial and agricultural accounts in Manitoba’s eastern region. Key responsibilities include analyzing, approving and documenting commercial and agricultural loan requests, as well as promoting the Caisse’s financial services through member relationships.

Bilingual (English and French) is preferred but not required

Closing date: January 15, 2019

For more details: www.caisse.biz/en/careers/

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WEALTH ADVISOR – ASSINIBOINE CREDIT UNION

The opportunity:

Jointly reporting to the Branch Manager and the Director of Wealth, the Wealth Advisor provides expert financial advice, direct sales, and ongoing service to members on a full range of investment products. The position proactively manages a portfolio of members to increase business retention and share of wallet, and provides advice on all aspects of financial planning.

What you’ll do each day:

  • Proactively develop and manage a portfolio of member relationships; assess and anticipate individual member needs to maximize member relationships; develop a portfolio and contact management plan.
  • Engage with members to clarify financial goals and objectives in the short and long term. Complete financial analysis to develop investment strategies for members and provide financial advice on wealth management, insurance, tax planning, investment and retirement planning, and estate planning.
  • Engage in proactive sales and business development activities including follow-up, annual business planning, and professional contact with prospects.

Provide training, coaching, technical expertise and advice around Wealth products, financial planning practices and concepts to team members.

Your experience and qualifications:

Post-secondary education in a business related field, accompanied by four to six years of job related experience or an equivalent combination of both education and experience.

  • CFP designation is required or the ability to obtain within 18 months.
  • Mutual Funds or IROC license is required
  • Strong sales and service skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Investments and financial planning skills
  • Excellence at building and maintaining relationships
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Strong organizational and time Management skills
  • Knowledge of the Credit Union products and services would be an asset
  • Self-motivated with the ability to create and execute on plans to reach goals

Who we are:

As one of Manitoba’s Top Employers (2018), the culture of Assiniboine Credit Union is supportive of the individual while focused on the greater community.  You’ll be motivated by shared values and encouraged to always think about how, through financial sustainability, we can do more for our members, our employees and our community.

Choosing to work at Assiniboine Credit Union means that you’ll be working for an organization that:

  • Puts people, planet and prosperity first,
  • Values diversity and inclusion,
  • Is focused on social and environmental responsibility,
  • Supports employees through training programs and long-term career development,
  • Offers a competitive total compensation program which includes bonuses, a matched pension program, and health and dental benefits.

If doing things differently and doing more is part of who you are, join us on a rewarding journey where your personal aspirations and career goals can align.  Please submit your resume and cover letter at ACUcareers.ca. We thank everyone who applies but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Vacancy will remain open until filled.

We are committed to workforce diversity and actively recruit people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives reflecting the community in which we live and work.

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WEALTH MANAGEMENT ADVISOR – SUNRISE CREDIT UNION

Our Wealth Management Advisors are integral team members within Sunrise Wealth Management through VCU Financial Group Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sunrise Credit Union Limited.

With a set of core values that help guide the service we provide for our members, we are eager to welcome a Wealth Management Advisor to our team.  If you hold integrity and honesty as high priorities in your career and have a passion for member service, then Sunrise Wealth could be the right match for you.

As our Wealth Management Advisor you will:

  • Be an integral member of our advisory team, providing financial planning and investment advisory services to an established individual client base of all ages and stages of wealth;
  • Meet with clients to form a financial outlook including expenses, income, insurance coverage, objectives, tax status, risk tolerance, or other elements to build a financial plan
  • Deepen relationships by ensuring each member is introduced to, educated on and marketed towards the various financial products and services offered through Sunrise Wealth;
  • Be a proven self-starter with demonstrated sales and business building skills within the financial services industry;
  • Exemplify strong emphasis towards self-management, time-management, and organization;
  • ​Be an effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills;
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders/partners to ensure member investment needs are being met;
  • Reviewing client accounts and plans on a regular basis to understand if life or economic changes, situations concerns, or financial performance necessitates changes to their plan.

What this role requires of you:

  • Should be IIROC licensed (CSC/CPH), or have completed the CSC and be prepared to complete the CPH in order to be licensed as soon as possible OR MFDA licensed & in good standing;
  • Must be registered (or eligible to be re-registered) with Securities Regulator in Province of Residence as of date of hire;
  • Successful completion of the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation or equivalent within 24 months from date of hire;
  • Fulfillment of IIROC continuing education requirements on an ongoing basis;
  • Travel of up to 60%.

To apply, please e-mail your resume, cover letter and where you heard of this opportunity to wealth@sunrisecu.mb.ca before Friday, December 14th. We thank all applicants who apply, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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TREASURY & FINANCE ANALYST – ACCESS CREDIT UNION

Status:  Full-Time Permanent

Location:  Winkler, MB

Build a career with one of Manitoba’s Top Employers! Access Credit Union strives to be the employer of choice in Southern Manitoba supporting a professional and innovative atmosphere. Our engaged, highly competent staff are inspired to achieve their personal best through opportunities for learning and growth in a challenging, fun and rewarding work environment.

We currently have an immediate opportunity for a highly motivated Treasury & Finance Analyst. The position is located in our Corporate Office in the business corridor between Winkler and Morden, Manitoba. The thriving communities are located an hour and a half southwest of Winnipeg and 20 minutes north of the American Border where they serve as a regional hub for commerce, agriculture, industry, recreation and entertainment.

Key Responsibilities:

The Treasury & Finance Analyst provides comprehensive administrative support to the Finance department ensuring the integrity of the treasury and accounting functions as required by Access Credit Union. This position is responsible for treasury functions including the planning, issuance and reporting relating to the MBS/CMB securitization process along with bond forward contract planning and ongoing effectiveness testing and reporting.

Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Post-secondary degree or diploma in Accounting or Business Administration, or equivalent level of education
  • Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) or Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) designation is required or will be required to obtain
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Attention to detail with high degree of accuracy
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment and perform well under pressure
  • Innovative thinker, open to new ideas, processes and applications
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to prioritize using sound judgment to make timely and effective decisions
  • Strong knowledge of Access Credit Union’s products and services
  • Ability to follow standardized regulations
  • Advanced knowledge of risk and treasury management within the financial industry
  • Strong computer skills

Access Credit Union has opportunities for personal and professional growth within an environment that promotes continuous learning and cooperative values. Salary is negotiable dependent on skills and experience and we offer an excellent employee benefits package.

Please logon to our website www.accesscu.ca and complete the online application under “careers” including your resume and cover letter by Friday, December 28th, 2018.

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those under consideration for the position will be contacted.

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPER/ANALYST – SUNOVA CREDIT UNION

Support Headquarters – Information Technology (Selkirk, Mb)

rock star wanted

We’re looking for a rock star! Do you aim to be one of the best software developers in the country (maybe beyond)? Do you dream about writing code that thousands of people will love? Are you looking for an opportunity to write the next great smartphone software? If you answered ‘oh yeah!’ to the above, we have the job for you!

Roles & responsibilities

Working under the VP & Chief Information Officer, the Software Developer/Analyst will be responsible for software planning, design, development, unit testing, and support for our banking systems. We are also looking for someone to build business success with their technical expertise, continuous improvement, and innovation to provide exceptional service results.

Qualifications

In addition to embracing Sunova’s culture of having fun while providing exceptional member service to both our internal and external customers, the Software Developer/Analyst will have the following qualifications:

Experience with or knowledge of

  • Visual Studio, C#, SQL
  • Development of Windows client and n-tier applications
  • ASP MVC, scripting (e.g. JavaScript) frameworks and RESTful web services
  • COM objects
  • Azure
  • Objective C & Swift development

Education

  • University degree and or a certificate / diploma from a technical program is considered an asset (computer science or a related discipline preferred)

Think you’ve got what it takes? Please submit your application at https://www.sunovacu.ca/join-the-team/were-hiring/ by January 1.

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ACCOUNTING ANALYST, FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS – CUCM

Status: Full Time

About Credit Union Central of Manitoba
Credit Union Central of Manitoba (CUCM) is a provincially and federally regulated financial institution that serves as a trade association and service provider for Manitoba’s credit unions. CUCM provides services in areas of investment management; derivatives to manage interest rate and currency risks; banking and payment products, including being a leader in the introduction of cheque imaging; research; consulting; representation; and advocacy at the business, government, and regulatory levels.

The Position:

Reporting to the Manager, Financial Reporting & Accounting, this position is responsible for processing and recording daily and monthly reconciliations, ensuring accuracy of trade settlements, processing wire transfers, and updating market rates and security prices into the treasury management system. As a member of the Financial Reporting & Accounting team, this position may assist with other duties or projects as needed.

The Person:

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Minimum 2 years of experience in a similar role and enrolment in the Chartered Professional Accountants program, Chartered Financial Analyst program, or equivalent education.
  • A detail-oriented focus with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience with accounting for investments including settlements of trading activities, processing interest payments/receipts, wire transfers, preparation of confirmations, and preparing journal entries.
  • Experience in preparing account reconciliations, working papers, and month end reports relating to bank accounts, investments, and derivatives.
  • A strong understanding of accounting policies and practices, internal controls and financial systems.
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel, Outlook and GP Dynamics (or similar accounting software).
  • Pride in being highly organized, able to meet demanding timelines in a fast-paced environment, and possess a strong mathematical aptitude.

We offer flexible working arrangements and professional development opportunities. CUCM values diversity in the workplace and encourages individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume and cover letter by December 14, 2018, to:

Consulting and People Services

Credit Union Central of Manitoba

400-317 Donald Street, Winnipeg MB, R3B 2H6

Email: hrcucm@cucm.org

We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFICER – CAMBRIAN CREDIT UNION

Our Financial Services Officers are key team members at Cambrian Credit Union providing exceptional service, expert advice and recommendations to our members to help make their dreams come true. They are the people our members meet with to discuss their financial needs and because our service is what sets us apart, having a professional, friendly and dedicated team is important to us.

As our Financial Services Officer you will:

  • Be a trusted business advisor to members.
  • Provide competitive banking solutions, services and information to meet member needs.
  • Manage and develop member relationships as well as attract new members.
  • Promote, sell and provide quality customer service to members on a full range of retail lending and banking products and services.

What this role requires of you:

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience providing lending services such as mortgages, personal loans or lines of credit.
  • A strong understanding of standard credit practices, retail lending processes and deposit services.
  • Driven to achieve sales and referral objectives.
  • Strong organization skills with high attention to detail.
  • The preference to work in a collaborative and fast-paced, team environment.
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, with the proven ability to manage internal and external relationships.
  • Though not required, successful completion of the CFP (Certified Financial Planner), CSC (Canadian Securities Course) or IFIC (Investment Funds Institute of Canada) program is a definite asset.

What we offer you in return:

  • Career progression and Professional development
  • Community involvement opportunities
  • Employee Benefits include:
  • Extended Health, Dental, Vision, Short & Long Term disability, Pension Plan, and staff rates on loans, mortgages, personal accounts

How to apply:

Submit your resume, cover letter & salary expectations to www.hr.cambrian.mb.ca by 9:00am Monday, December 17, 2018.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – ME-DIAN CREDIT UNION

Location:  303 Selkirk Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Status:  Permanent Full Time (37.5 weekly hours from Monday to Friday)

The opportunity:

As a Member Service Representative, you play an important role in identifying and meeting member needs by delivering excellent service, giving advice and building relationships.

What you’ll do each day:

Provide a broad range of face-to-face services to members including (but not limited to) processing deposits, withdrawals, loan and utility payments, money orders, credit card advances and cheque cashing

Build relationships with existing and new members, seeking opportunities that are the best fit for the individual needs of each member

Identify opportunities to meet member needs beyond their original request, and refer those members to other specialists within the credit union as needed

Contribute to overall business development through excellent service, product knowledge and quality referrals

Your experience and qualifications:

  • Minimum grade 12 diploma
  • Previous banking experience and/or experience working with the public is preferred
  • Strong customer sales and service skills
  • Outgoing personality with strong interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Ability to multitask and stay organized in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Proficient with computer applications, programs

About Me-Dian Credit Union:

Me-Dian Credit Union is a modern, full-service financial co-operative. As a co-operative, the people who use our services-our members are also owners and shareholders. Members have a say in how Me-Dian Credit Union operates. They also share in the profits of the credit union, usually in the form of lower rates on loans and higher rates on deposits than they could ordinarily get at other financial institutions. Me-Dian is responsive to the needs of members, no matter where they live or how they choose to access our services.

Me-Dian was founded in 1978 as the Métis Credit Union of Manitoba as a “closed bond” credit union. Members of closed bond credit unions share a distinct association based on religion, profession, culture or some other criteria, and nearly every credit union in the province has been closed bond at one time or another.

The driving force behind the founding of the credit union was the Manitoba Métis Federation and its members, but the credit union later changed its name to the Me-Dian Credit Union of Manitoba when the board opened up the bond of association to include the entire Aboriginal population – First Nations and Inuit along with Métis.

In 2009, Me-Dian opened its doors even wider, welcoming those who are not of aboriginal heritage as associate members of the credit union.

Today, Me-Dian is one of the fasted growing credit unions in the country with membership open to all.

At Me-Dian we dream big … if you want to be part of the exciting adventure, we encourage everyone to apply!!

Deadline for applications is Friday, December 21, 2018.

Please email you resume to our Manager of Member Service @ Severina.Curtis@mediancu.mb.ca

We thank everyone who applies but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are committed to workforce diversity and actively recruit people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives reflecting the community in which we live and work.

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Other Opportunities 

PRODUCT MANAGER, NETWORK & MANAGED SECURITY – CELERO

About Celero:

Celero is a leading provider of IT solutions to financial institutions across Canada. A full-service IT shop, Celero provides complete banking solutions, IT planning, systems integration, hosting, support, maintenance and professional services to meet the unique needs of financial institutions of all sizes and delivers world-class reliability through our Canadian-based data centres, employees and operations.

Celero is consistently ranked among the world’s top financial technology companies on the annual FinTech 100 list.

Your Opportunity:

As Product Manager you will have direct responsibility creating and managing our network and managed security propositions for existing a new customers and markets. This line of business is core to Celero’s customer groups and critical to Celero’s business strategy.

Day in the Life:

Reporting to the Director, Client Solutions, you will be responsible for defining business requirements and lead the evaluation and development of new managed network and security solution offerings through new product development and technology evaluation and implementation. This includes the evaluation and articulation of ROI and risk factors such as staffing, infrastructure, profitability and scalability. The Product Manager will be responsible for evaluating and reporting on services and related technologies available in the market as well as emerging technologies and solutions.

As the Product Manager you will research, track and communicate industry trends, best practices and competitive service offerings to identify opportunities for growth, innovation, increased market share, and competitive advantage for future solutions. In addition, the Product Manager will continuously observe and evaluate current solution offerings and related processes to identify, design and recommend opportunities for improvement and/or greater efficiency.

You will provide product leadership vs just product management and provide a vision for your products vs a single key outcome to sell our team and our customers on the vision of where we’re going now and in the future. You are focused on using customer feedback to iterate to the creation of outcomes for end customers vs just delivering a project. You will work with end customers and the rest of the Celero team to bring research, design and technology to quickly bring great outcomes into the hands of customers. You understand operations and execution, are a customer advocate, and use long term thinking in the delivery of our products and services.

Your Resume:

  • Track record of delivering measurable results through product growth and development initiatives
    • 3+ years of relevant work experience in IT Security and Networking
  • Strong ability to identify emerging customer needs and service offerings
  • Excellent understanding of sales and marketing of technology-related products/services
  • Exceptional written and oral communications skills
  • Expert level finance modeling and analytic skills
  • 6+ years of work experience in marketing, ideally including product management
  • Completion of a University program (Bachelors)
  • Understanding of IT, specifically the cloud and the managed services industry and the Canadian credit union system is an asset 

Our Expectations:

We have high expectations of all Celero employees and strive to recruit applicants with the following characteristics:

  • A strong understanding of the “art and science” of marketing
  • Exceptional financial analysis skills
  • A highly organized approach to producing results and strong product management skills
  • An ability to build strong professional relationships with peers, leaders and clients
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills resulting in the ability to work effectively with both technical and business professionals
  • Strong analytical skills coupled with innovative thinking, and a bias for action
  • Self-starter who drives positive change

To apply, please visit jobs.celero.ca to create a profile in the Celero Career Centre and apply to the open position Product Manager by no later than December 15, 2018

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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API DEVELOPER – CELERO

Posting Reference Number: CEL18-051
Closing Date:   December 15, 2018
Location(s): Any

About Celero:

A full-service IT shop, Celero provides complete banking solutions, IT planning, systems integration, hosting, support, maintenance and professional services to meet the unique needs of financial institutions of all sizes and delivers world-class reliability through our Canadian-based data centers, employees and operations.

Our workforce is a complementary mix of deeply-experienced professionals and enthusiastic entry-level employees, from all walks of life. So whether you’re right out of university or have 30 years in the industry to your credit, we’ve got a spot that might be right for you.  We offer a comprehensive benefit package, a wonderful culture and an approach to the day to day work that has enabled Celero to achieve Top Employer status for medium and small enterprises in Canada.

The Opportunity

Are you interested in being at the forefront of transformational change in financial services? Do you want to apply your creative mind to build the next generation of financial service tools for Canadians? If so, Celero has a new role for an API Developer. You will be tasked with the responsibility to develop exceptional and innovative financial service experiences for millions of Canadian credit union members using a variety of digital channels. Your team orientation will contribute to determining needs of our credit union clients and finding creative ways to solve their business challenges and seek to maximize their business objectives.  You will also be tasked with integrating third party solutions into Celero’s omnichannel ecosystem focused on credit unions and their members.

A Day in the Life

  • In an Agile team environment, you will translate requirements into deliverable solutions, such as screens, widgets, containers, app extensions or new APIs
  • Perform a wide range of tasks relating to API mapping and development to support the data integration aspects of digital banking to other key solutions
  • Design digital banking solutions that solve problems and provide amazing experiences for end users in the Canadian market
  • Maintain and develop an understanding of development tools, technology and solution trends
  • Develop and deploy use cases, storyboards, screens, containers, components, widgets, etc.

Your Resume

  • Bachelor Degree in an information technology discipline or a technical diploma from a college or recognized technical institute (a combination of relevant education and experience will be considered)
  • Experience with angular java development is an asset
  • Experience with full-stack JavaScript development required
  • Experience developing and deploying mobile apps for both Android and iOS, and responsive web apps that provide a seamless user experience
  • Understanding of micro services architecture, component design, object oriented programming and design patterns
  • Some hands on experience developing and deploying solutions using a vendor-supplied SDK
  • Development experience with Angular or TypeScript would be awesome so you can hit the ground running

Highly Desired Skills

HTML/CSS, JavaScript, Backend Languages (Node.js, Ruby, Python, Java, PHP, etc.), database & web storage (relational DB / SQL, NoSQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcache, stored sessions, cookies and cached data, scaling databases, ACID & ORM, HTTP & REST, web / cloud application architecture, version control (e.g. GIT, BitBucket), basic algorithms & data structures, design patterns, open API concepts / constructs

Our toolset

We work with a wide variety of technologies, but our biggest include:

  • Bootstrap
  • Swagger
  • APIGee
  • Postman
  • Jenkins/Mavin
  • Yarn, Bower

What we need

Celero is driven to deliver excellence to our clients and to help them navigate a path forward in financial services with thought leadership. While demanding, it only stands to reason as our clients are our owners. When we succeed, they succeed. As such, we have high expectations of all Celero employees and strive to recruit applicants that :

  • Have proven technical expertise with analytical and design skills at multi-product/multi-environment levels as well as in-depth experience in research and analysis, project planning and implementation
  • Demonstrate a high understanding of development processes, including specification, documentation and quality assurance
  • Offer strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Have proven track records for timely delivery of projects and milestones in an agile and iterative environment
  • Can add value to the enterprise or clients through proactive creativity and innovation

For more information on who we are, what we do and who we help, please visit our website at www.Celero.ca.

To apply, please visit jobs.celero.ca to create a profile in the Celero Career Centre and apply to the open API Developer position by no later than December 15, 2018

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Credit Union Statistics & Community

Current Statistics
 updated September 2018
Credit unions 27
Locations 182
Communities served 106
Communities where a CU is the only financial institution 61
Members 637,892 (July 2018)
Total Assets $29.48 billion (July 2018)
Community Support
latest annual results – December 2017
Sponsorships & Donations $4.47 million
Scholarships given / total value 217 / $154,000
In-kind donations (no/low fees for community organizations) $562,500
Employee volunteer time donated 46,131 hours
Employees 3,149 (776 PT)
Patronage (profit sharing, cash rebates, dividends) $21.1 million
Consumer Research

Credit Union Central of Manitoba conducts research annually with Manitoba consumers and business owners. We poll 1,000 Manitobans over the age of 18 who are CU members or customers of other financial institutions. Results are considered accurate with three percentage points 19 times out of 20.

2017-18 Consumer Research Highlights

2018-19 coming soon

For more information, contact Knowledge Services, Credit Union Central of Manitoba.

News

CUCM Community Engagement

CUCM’s corporate giving is driven by decisions its employees make – as individuals and as a group through staff club events and the United Way/All Charities Campaign – about their own philanthropy. CUCM matches employee donations to organizations whose aims are consistent with CUCM’s core values and the spirit of Co-op Principle #7, Concern for Community. Through matching, employees and CUCM have contributed $1.28 million over the past 10 years—including nearly $170,000 in 2017—to organizations that have a broad range of goals.

CUCM exposes employees to community organizations by inviting them to speak prior to CUCM staff meetings. And, by adding a Community Leadership & Engagement score to the company balanced scorecard, CUCM incents employees to donate time to organizations’ ongoing activities or special projects.

IN 2017:

$84,766 EMPLOYEE GIVING
$84,766 CORPORATE MATCH (includes $6,033 of in-kind giving)
732 VOLUNTEER HOURS

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