Branch Manager

Integris Credit Union - Quesnel, BC (30+ days ago)

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Integris is currently seeking an enthusiastic and energetic leader to continue to help build and develop an outstanding and motivated team at our branch located in Quesnel.

At Integris, the Branch Manager role is a critical leadership role that is very rewarding. The Branch Manager role is an opportunity to join a positive team with a winning attitude - one that goes above and beyond for every member. As a leader and motivator, you will lead the branch team by creating a positive employee experience where staff members are recognized and their competence is developed for their success. As well, you will reinforce the corporate strategies, achieve set operational goals and communicate the value of membership to grow the business. You will support our strong service culture by encouraging branch staff to professionally demonstrate exceptional service to our membership and lead community initiatives. Finally, your understanding of relevant regulatory and industry information will play a critical part in your leadership mandate, as will your knowledge of lending best practices and risk management strategies.

The Branch Manager selection process will assess candidates to identify those who have the ideal competencies and personal characteristics required for success in a branch leadership position.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years of progressive leadership, business development, and employee development experience, ideally gained within the financial services industry. As well, they will have advanced knowledge of consumer and mortgage lending and relevant post-secondary education (or equivalent). Leadership Development training is considered an asset.

The deadline is until filled.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Quesnel, BC (preferred)


  • Customer Service: 3 years (preferred)
  • Retail Lending: 3 years (preferred)
  • management: 2 years (required)

Work remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19