Assistant Manager

Antrim Credit Union Limited is a community based organisation and a member of the Irish League of Credit Unions and is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. It was established for the purpose of encouraging its Members to accumulate savings and to make loans and additional services available for the wider benefit of all its Members.  This is a dynamic organisation currently employing 10 staff over two sites and dedicated to developing a range of quality services for its 10,000 members.

We are currently recruiting to an Assistant Manager position.

Please note –This position is on a full-time basis, and will comprise of 35 hours per week (Monday to Saturday) split across the Antrim and Randalstown offices.

GENERAL SCOPE OF ROLE:

The Assistant Manager will be accountable to the Manager of the Credit Union for carrying out a range of administrative and operational activities that contribute to the effective running of the Credit Union, deputising for the manager in their absence.

Essential

  • A relevant degree in a business related subject or a minimum of five years working experience in a Credit Union setting.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a financial services environment gained within the last 5 years.
  • Excellent computer literacy, experienced in all aspects of Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Desirable

  • Staff management experience.
  • An understanding and knowledge of the Credit Union principles and ethos.

E-mail (info@antrimcu.com), telephone (028 9446 6859) or write to 13-17 Massereene St, Antrim BT41 4DB for an application pack, CVs will not be accepted. Completed application and community affiliation forms to be returned to: Keith Savage, Manager, Antrim Credit Union Limited, 13-17 Massereene St, Antrim BT41 4DB on or before 4.30pm on Monday 9th August 2021.

Antrim Credit Union Limited is an equal opportunity employer and will judge all applicants on merit regardless of religious beliefs, political opinion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, age or disability.  We would however particularly welcome applications from the Protestant community and from male applicants as both groups are currently known to be under-represented.

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