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Management and Marketing Program: Career Facts - Credit Union Manager

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Human Resource Manager
International Business Manager,
Labor Relations Specialist,
Marketing Manager,
Sales/Marketing Specialist,
Business Manager/Administrator

Credit Union Manager

What is a credit union manager?
Credit union managers are responsible for the smooth and efficient functioning of their members' organization. Credit union managers rely on the latest technology and are actively involved in administrative and policy matters. As the economy strengthens, employment forecasts for financial management careers are good.

What types of skills are required?
Skills in communication, accounting, legal aspects, management, human relations, marketing, public relations and finance are required for success in a financial services career.

Where are they employed?
Credit union managers may work in various types and sizes of credit unions and other financial institutions.

What certificate and degree is available?
A certificate of completion is available in Credit Union Management. Also, a degree program is offered in Credit Union Management/Associate Degree in Business.

What is the salary range?
Locally, the starting salary range is $18,000 to $26,000 per year. Nationally, credit union managers can expect annual earnings starting at $18,000 and increasing to as much as $60,000 at the highest management levels.

Business Department at Lansing Community College

Business and Economics Department
Gannon Bldg, Room 1222
Phone: (517) 483-1522
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