Non-Executive Directors

  • VO84700
  • Home-based volunteering, Board/trustee role


We are looking for people that will help shape the future of Grampian Credit Union!

Grampian Credit Union is a mutual, not for profit financial services provider with a common bond covering
Aberdeen City, Aberdeen Shire and Moray. This year, we have vacancies for Non-Executive Directors (Board members and members of our Supervisory Committee). These vacancies have arisen from Directors reaching the end of their current
terms, or because they are moving on.

Volunteering with us in the mentioned roles is rewarding and offers the satisfaction of knowing you are
helping our credit union to grow, develop, and maintain a successful organisation for the common good. Moreover, you will develop and or hone transferrable skills.

The recent move to online meetings and gatherings has opened up other ways and possibilities of
conducting the Board meeting without the historical long commute. So if you are interested but worried
about the commute, then worry no more. Just contact and let's have a chat.










For Board: About 4 hours a month (2 hours for Board meeting and 2 hours for credit union business)


As a Credit Union, our directors must be members. So anyone wishing to volunteer and not yet a member has to be willing to become one. This is stated in the person spec. Also , must be aged 18+
Experience required: Here's link to detailed requirement:
Travel details: Currently, meetings and audits are happening online via zoom and teams. This is sure to continue for the foreseeable future.
Minimum age: 18


Taster available: Yes
Training details: There are lots of webinars to watch on Director requirements, GDPR and other regulatory trainings. Also, our trade body organises trainings from time to time. There will also be opportunity to attend National Credit Union meetings. Induction will be by the Chairperson and there will ongoing support by the Chairperson and CEO.

Last updated 3 months ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.