We have an exciting opportunity for you!
Gain skills to help your career progression and give back to your community by joining our Board of Directors.
Bruff Credit Union are currently recruiting for our Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the control, direction and management of Bruff Credit Union. Volunteering as a board member is a very rewarding experience; for personal and career development and in giving back to your own community in a tangible way.
This year, we’re celebrating our 50th Anniversary.
LtoR: Shaunagh Heelan, Marie Hogan, Brid Cooke and Gerard Hehir
When you volunteer, you can develop both personally and professionally:
- Learn new skills
- Develop new interests
- Increase your employability
- Practice your professional skills
- Improve your self-confidence
- Work on developmental and business projects
- Have a purpose, sense of achievement
- Meet new people, have a sense of belonging
- Do something you enjoy
- Give something back to the community
Directors of Bruff Credit Union benefit from:
- Gaining skills and expertise at senior level relating to the provision of financial services;
- Gaining valuable board room and networking experience, which enhances career development;
- Access supported further professional education opportunities;
- Share their business experiences, leadership skills and management capabilities in a collaborative effort;
- Become involved in various developmental and business projects;
- Be part of something that works for the good of our members and communities throughout our common bond.
Don’t know much about credit unions?
Don’t worry, you can learn. There are policies and training in place to support volunteers in their roles. In addition to the induction training programme for all new volunteers, ongoing training is available and people are encouraged to develop various skills. You’ll be surprised how quickly you will pick things up.
For more information, complete our form below. We look forward to hearing from you.
All volunteers are subject to the normal fitness and probity regimes for credit unions as outlined by the Central Bank of Ireland. The Credit Union reserves the right to refuse a person as a volunteer and where appropriate will give a reason for that refusal as Bruff Credit Union is bound by the standards of Fitness & Probity, issued by the Central Bank of Ireland.