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Copper State Credit Union's Board is chosen to serve you.
Elected by members
Setting Copper State CU's course
Acting in members' best interests

Serving on the Board of Directors is a volunteer position that carries tremendous importance. Elected by Copper State Credit Union member-owners, board members' primary function is to set policy, plan Copper State Credit Union’s course, ensure its sound financial condition, keep communication open to educate members on services, hire and review the chief executive officer's progress in achieving goals and objectives, and report to the members at the annual meeting. All activities shall comply with appropriate regulations and law. All decisions should be guided by the best interest of Copper State Credit Union members.
 

Qualification Requirements

  • Devote time and talent to preparation and participation in board meetings, committee meetings, special projects, assignments and independent study
  • Take and handle criticism for making necessary but unpopular decisions
  • Have an open mind, the ability to use sound judgment, a willingness to accept responsibility, and the ability to make group decisions with fellow board members
  • Demonstrate a desire to learn about the credit union, the services, laws, and regulations that govern it, and the responsibilities of a board member
  • Display a combination of work experience, education and demographic representation that is appropriate for the position

If you want to be considered for election to the Board of Directors, please send a resume and cover letter stating your interest to this address:

Copper State Credit Union
Attn: Nominating Committee
15458 N. 28th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85053

Positions may not always be available, but your interest and information will be kept in a file for possible openings.

Associate Board Members

We're also seeking members interested in becoming Associate Board Members and serving as liaisons to the Board of Directors. This position requires you be a Copper State CU member in good standing while meeting several other criteria.

Disclosure

Background checks required.