Member Services Officer

The Member Services Officer will report to the Manager and be responsible for carrying out a range of delegated administrative and operational duties that contribute to the effective running of the credit union.

Responsibilities will include

  • Providing a quality teller service to members
  • Dealing with members queries
  • Back office administrative/clerical duties
  • Processing loan application queries and applications

For a full job description, please click Member Services Officer Job Description

The ideal candidate will have

  • Minimum of 2-3 years’ experience working in a credit union or other financial services institution
  • Third level qualification in a business related field
  • Strong level of IT competency
  • Proven ability to work as part of a team

Candidates who hold or are working towards a MCC approved qualification will have a distinct advantage.

The position is

  • A full-time position working 36.25 hours per week Tuesday – Saturday inclusive
  • Offered on a 12 month fixed term contract

How to apply:

Interested candidates should forward a covering letter outlining their suitability together with their CV to the office of J.P. Rundle & Company Accountants, Moore Hall, Ardee, Co Louth.

Closing date for applications:    Friday 23rd February 2018

Short listing may apply and assessment will be done on the basis of the information provided in the covering letter and CV.  Canvassing will disqualify.  Ballybay Credit Union Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.

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