Job Posting Details

Assistant Manager, Coastal Community Credit Union

Location:Victoria, British Columbia
Posting Date:September 28, 2017
Closing Date:until filled
Web Site:https://www.cccu.ca/Personal/AboutUs/Careers/
Competition:17-0236
Employment Type:Full-time

Coastal Community Credit Union is the largest financial services organization based on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands and serves over 110,000 members and clients through its 23 branches, 16 insurance offices and 4 business centers. Coastal Community is committed to improving financial health, enriching lives and building healthier communities.  We are seeking to fill the position of Assistant Manager to support the Capital Region.

Reporting to the Regional Manager, South Vancouver Island, the Assistant Manager is responsible to develop a strong team to support our services through leadership, coaching and team development. Business development and sales are the major focus of this role, creating awareness and excitement around the services Coastal Community has to offer, resulting in strong relationships and growth. The Assistant Manager will be accountable for the achievement of financial goals through effective sales and service initiatives. To accomplish this, the Assistant Manager will develop relationships with key Victoria team members in all divisions, to ensure we are providing the best solutions and expertise for our membership and supporting growth in all areas.


The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma requiring 3 years of full-time study or have an equivalent combination of education and experience. The preferred candidate will have 6 years progressive financial experience and 3 years of progressive lending experience with lending limits, and a thorough understanding of credit union operations, principles, and values.
In addition, our ideal candidate will also have:

 

  • Advanced understanding of lending policies and procedures
  • A comprehensive understanding of insured lending programs (i.e. CMHC/Genworth)
  • Proven knowledge of personal and business lending, deposit policies, practices, procedures and general branch operations
  • Solid understanding of the competitive environment in the financial marketplace, and local communities within the region
  • Proven social networking skills with ability to connect with individuals inside and outside the organization, using existing and new centers of influence, and representing the organization to members, clients, the public, and other external sources

The Assistant Manager will be able to develop collaborative, positive working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders and will be a team player. This individual will also be a self-learner with high motivation to engage in continuous learning and self-development opportunities.