Pacific Service Credit Union is led by a volunteer board of directors whose objective is to serve the interest of our members. The board of directors is actively seeking a diverse group of volunteer advisory directors to serve alongside the board and would like to invite you to apply.

A Little About Us

Pacific Service Credit Union is a leader in providing financial services to the greater Bay Area. Headquartered in Concord, California, the credit union has a long-standing reputation for providing trustworthy practices, superior products and exceptional service to its nearly 70,000 members. The organization’s accolades include being named as a Top Workplace by the Bay Area News Group and as a Top 100 Bay Area Corporate Philanthropist by the San Francisco Business Times.

What’s In It For You

Advisory directors have a unique opportunity to assist with developing the strategic direction and participate in the decision-making process of a large financial institution. Volunteer officials will interact with a variety of industry professionals who will share their expertise in the decision-making processes that have contributed to our growth and success for more than 85 years. In addition, there are ample opportunities to network and interact with board and staff members, as well as attend educational forums.


Desired Qualifications

To ensure effective service on the board, candidate qualifications include:
  • General knowledge of credit unions or the financial services industry
  • A working familiarity with basic finance and accounting practices
  • Experience or technical abilities in business-related fields (finance, business intelligence/analytics, marketing or sales, leadership, legal/compliance, etc.)
  • Must be a member in good standing or be eligible to become a member
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be bondable.
  • Must pass credit, background, reference and criminal background checks

Commitment and Responsibilities

  • Attend monthly board meetings, usually held the fourth Thursday of every month beginning at 9 a.m. (usually lasting two hours)
  • Attend an orientation session
  • Attend the annual meeting and dinner in June
  • Attend the annual planning meeting in September/October (usually Thursday – Sunday)
  • Satisfactory completion of requisite compliance and financial literacy training
  • Adhere to our code of ethics, conflict of interest, gifts and full disclosure policy
  • Advisory directors are elected for a one-year term which is reviewed annually for extension. All advisory directors in good standing are considered for election to the board of directors as vacancies occur.

For more information, please email or call Barbara Smith at (925) 609-5209.