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 62 of those communities, a credit union is the only financial institution in place to serve local residents and businesses.
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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…)

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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…)

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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…)

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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…)

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Credit Union Employee Giving and Community Service

Credit unions adhere to the co-operative principle of Concern for Community, routinely supporting organizations and events in the communities they serve. (more…)

Find a Credit Union

There are 34 credit unions currently operating in Manitoba.

Locating the Nearest Branch or ATM

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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

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – WINNIPEG POLICE CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE ASSOCIATE – NIVERVILLE CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES I & II (MSR I & MSR II) – CROSSTOWN CIVIC CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE II – WESTOBA CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – WINNIPEG POLICE CREDIT UNION

The Winnipeg Police Credit Union is focused on providing superior products and services to employees in the law enforcement community, their families and associates. The credit union currently serves 4,500 members throughout Winnipeg and surrounding communities, holding $190 million in assets under administration. We are proud of our 23 dedicated employees who serve members from one downtown location. Expansion to a second location is planned in 2017.

THE POSITION:
Reporting to and working with the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall direction of the credit union’s human and financial resources, implementing the strategic direction, and creating an environment to facilitate change, vision and team-building. The CEO is also accountable for the development and implementation of policy, the loans portfolio, the financial management of deposits, the growth of wealth management services, improving business development and utilizing effective marketing.

THE PERSON
The Board of Directors is seeking a proactive, energetic and strategic leader with a strong business background including significant senior management and financial services industry experience. The ideal candidate will be an inspired individual with the ability to build, develop and retain a high performance team of individuals. This person will bring effective interpersonal and communication skills, a strong focus on both members and staff, and will ensure a strong community presence is maintained by the Winnipeg Police Credit Union. Definite assets to this position will be the ability to identify opportunities in the future, act upon them, and employ the willingness to use the expertise of others to achieve stated objectives.

The ideal candidate will be caring, ethical, innovative, practical and will lead with the expectation of achieving best results for the Winnipeg Police Credit Union and its members. This person will display strong analytical skills, sound judgment, solid decision-making and conflict resolution skills and excellent written and communication skills. In addition, a natural aptitude for technology and a commitment to lifelong learning should be embraced. A university degree in business or a similar field is preferred, although other combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Winnipeg Police Credit Union offers competitive salary and a comprehensive employee benefits package with opportunities for personal satisfaction and career development.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to explore this exciting and challenging opportunity with Winnipeg Police Credit Union in complete confidence, by forwarding a resume by March 2, 2017 to:

Ainsley Desautels, HR Consultant
Credit Union Central of Manitoba
T: (204) 985-4968
E: hrcucm@cucm.org

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MEMBER SERVICE ASSOCIATE – NIVERVILLE CREDIT UNION

Niverville Credit Union is currently accepting applications for Member Service Associates at our new branch that will be opening in Steinbach Mb.  Full time and part time positions are available.

Successful applicants will possess strong inter personal skills and demonstrate flexibility in assisting   member   requests with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.

The Member Service Associate will contribute to the success of the branch by providing personalized service in assisting members with over the counter transactions and the use of technology.

Duties include the opening of membership accounts, cash handling activities, and reception, as well as contributing to overall business development through service excellence, product knowledge, and quality referrals.

A passion for customer service, strong communication skills, and the ability to work well with other team members are requirements for this position.

Familiarity with the DNA banking system and the ability to multitask are desirable qualifications.

Salary and Benefits:

Salary will be based on the qualifications of the selected individual.  Niverville Credit Union offers a comprehensive benefits package plan.

To apply, please submit your resume with covering letter by March 2, 2017   in confidence to:

Email: hr@nivervillecu.mb.ca

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

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MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE I & II (MSR I & MSR II) – CROSSTOWN CIVIC CREDIT UNION

Crosstown Civic Credit Union, currently a Monday to Friday operation, is committed to being a sound, progressive, and growing financial institution by providing our members with superior financial services while maintaining our solid traditional values.  Crosstown Civic CU operates as a network including our Corporate Offices, 9 Winnipeg branch locations, a Commercial Services department and our virtual division, AcceleRate Financial.

We invite you to apply to join our team!

Member Service Representatives I and II (MSR I and MSR II) – Part-Time

We are seeking effective team players with a strong member service focus, a high level of work accuracy and an ability to offer products and services to assist members in meeting their financial goals.

The Member Service Representative I (MSR I) is the first and primary point of contact for existing and prospective members of Crosstown Civic, and is responsible for executing a variety of member transaction requests and providing assistance and advice on products and services.

The Member Service Representative II (MSR II) is responsible for executing a variety of member transactions including day to day transactions, handling financial inquiries and/or issues, opening and closing memberships, assisting members with Estate Account administration, maintaining and balancing treasury, and cross selling Term Deposits, Registered Retirement Savings Plans, Registered Retirement Income Funds and Tax Free Savings Accounts. The MSR II will support the MSRs in accurate and efficient handling transaction handling and administrative duties and identifying sales and referral opportunities and promoting products.

Ideal candidates will possess strong communication and listening skills, a high degree of accuracy in all areas of responsibility, and a willingness and ability to cross sell products and services.  Experience working with GIC, RRSP, RRIF and TFSA would be considered assets. For MSR II’s, the completion of the MSR II Program is also required

Salary will be based on qualifications and experience and includes a comprehensive Benefit Package and a generous Bonus Incentive Program.

If you would like to join our team, you are invited to apply by submitting your resume and cover letter at www.crosstowncivic.mb.ca. This competition closes on Monday, March 13, 2017.

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

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MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE II – WESTOBA CREDIT UNION

Job Title: Member Service Representative II
Job Number: 10-2017
Department: Member Solutions
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Job Type: Part Time

Description

Our Mission: Enriching lives and communities by helping financial dreams come true.

Our Vision: 

  • A trusted partner and community leader
  • An engaged employer creating a community at work
  • Financially strong, sustainable and globally connected

We Value and Embrace: 

  • Commitment to people
  • Innovative thinking and change
  • Learning and knowledge
  • Honest, open and shared communication
  • Solutions delivered with excellence

Basic Function

Under general supervision, performs a variety of member client service transactions within clearly defined policies and procedures. Duties include providing over-the-counter deposit services such as: accepting deposits, cashing cheques, processing bill payments, calculating foreign and domestic exchange, processing loan payments and selling negotiable items (i.e. traveler’s cheques, money orders and drafts). The position is responsible for responding to member client inquiries and taking action to reconcile discrepancies in records and accounts. Routinely receives and pays cash or other negotiable items, is responsible for custody, balancing and security of cash, maintains assigned cash limits and balances transactions daily. Perform a variety of routine accounting functions including the reconciliation or balancing of subsidiary financial controls and financial control reports. The position responds to member client inquiries on all credit union products and services and identifies opportunities to cross sell or refer sales opportunities and opening and closing accounts to other staff. You will contribute to the overall success of Westoba by providing a high level of service consistent with “The Winning Play for Tellers & Sales and Service Partners” to all our members and Sales and Service partners.

Apply

This is a truly exciting opportunity to join a growing organization and a highly effective team. Please visit the link below to apply with your current resume.

https://www.northstarats.com/Westoba-Credit-Union

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MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – CAISSE FINANCIAL GROUP

Caisse Financial Group is a bilingual co-operative financial institution offering comprehensive financial products and services through a network of 27 branches in Manitoba.

Classification: Permanent; Part time

Work Location: St. Malo, Manitoba

Responsibilities

Key responsibilities are receiving and processing member transactions, managing and reconciling daily cash holdings while promoting a wide range of financial products and services offered by the Caisse.

Bilingualism in French and English (oral and written) is required.

Closing date: February 27, 2017 / For more details: http://www.caisse.biz/en/careers/

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Credit Union Statistics & Community

Current Statistics
as of December 21, 2016
Credit unions 34
Locations 183
Communities served 110
Communities where a CU is the only financial institution 60
Members 617,747
Total Assets $27.12 billion
Community Support
latest annual results – December 2015
Sponsorships & Donations $3.4 million
Scholarships given / total value 266 / $165,850
In-kind donations $290,582
Employee volunteer time donated 26,145 hours
Employees 3,312 (730 PT)
Staff Training $2.2 million
Payroll $133.2 million
Value of improvements and new branches $37.8 million
Patronage (profit sharing, cash rebates, dividends) $29.20 million
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 more than $1 million (an annual average of $113,422) over the past nine years 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 2015:

$84,330 EMPLOYEE GIVING
$84,330 CORPORATE MATCH (includes $3,750 of in-kind giving)
654 VOLUNTEER HOURS

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Current Promotions

Current Promotion: The 2018 Real Manitoba Photo Contest
Enter your high-quality, eye-catching, story-telling photos of our beautiful province.
The contest is open to all Manitobans: you don’t have to be a credit union member and you can even be an employee, as the photos are judged on their merits alone, no names attached.
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