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Board and Supervisory Committee Member

Company Description

Central State Credit Union was established in 1936, providing low-cost financial services to state employees in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Amador, Solano, Alpine, Merced and Mariposa counties. Today, we are a Community credit union. If you live, work or worship in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Amador or Calaveras Counties you can become a member of CSCU.

CSCU serves over 24,000 members and has over $198 million in assets. We invite you to review our most recent annual report. To learn more about how credit unions were created and how they benefit consumers, take a few minutes to read the history of the credit union movement.

Central State is proud to provide a full complement of quality financial products. As a member, you have access to the finest savings and investment products and the best in consumer and real estate loans. You'll also receive competitive savings yields and affordable loan rates. We also offer many conveniences and online services.

Position Job Title: Volunteer Board Member or Supervisory Committee Member (Advocacy Expertise)

The board of directors is responsible for the general direction and control of the affairs of the credit union. While a credit union board of directors may delegate the execution of operational functions to credit union personnel, the ultimate responsibility of the credit union's board of directors is non-delegable.


Be a current member of Central State Credit Union and also be bondable.

Job Description

  1. Attend all Board and committee meetings. (70% minimum required)
  2. Serve a three-year term on the Board with the option for re-election to additional terms.
  3. Attend all special events and functions such as major events, retreats and training programs.
  4. Be informed about the organization's Vision, mission, services and policies.
  5. Participate in the Board's management and review process.
  6. Follow conflict of interest and confidentiality policies.
  7. Assist the Board in carrying out its fiduciary responsibilities such as reviewing annual financial statements, budgets and accounting practices.
  8. Provide candid and constructive criticism, advice and comments.
  9. Periodically review the organizations long range goals and strategies and use benchmarks to compare them against similar institutions.
  10. Propose a slate of prospective Board members and fill vacancies as needed.
  11. Appoint independent auditors or accountants subject to approval by the Board.
  12. Be a champion and inform others about the organization.
  13. Serve on committees and also take on special assignments.
  14. Participate in the governance through election of new officers, appointment of staff and other matters to fulfill the requirements under the articles of the organization.
  15. Approve major expenditures according to authorized limits and guidelines.

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