Thinking about a career at Pathwise?

Pathwise is an innovative full-service financial institution committed to providing excellent personal financial service.

We are committed to supporting our community and valuing our members and employees by acting with respect, integrity and trust.

Because we truly believe that our employees are our most valuable resource, we provide competitive wages and a supportive environment that promotes career advancement.

Our goal is to attract, hire, and retain qualified professional people who are looking to make a difference in our industry and our community.

At Pathwise Credit Union people are first. That is not only true for our members, but for our team as well.

We are currently hiring for the following positions: 

Member Services Representative Permanent, Part-time


Member Services Representatives provide a full range of services to members including: responding to members’ enquiries, analysing needs, assisting members with products/services, cross-offer credit union products, and process member transactions and requests.


  • Provide courteous service to members, striving to increase member satisfaction.
  • Promote Pathwise products and services by identifying member needs and offering a full range of financial services, investments, promoting sales and basic loan services.
  • Provide assistance to members by opening memberships, accounts, answering questions, and servicing members’ requests for deposits, withdrawals and transfers.
  • Identify and fulfil member’s financial service’s needs; cashes or certifies cheques, receives bill payments, orders cheques, buys/sells foreign currency, processes statements, sells travellers cheques, personal money orders and travel insurance, processes RRSP, term deposit, Investment Shares, GIC, TFSAs, RRIF withdrawals, savings bond transactions, accepts credit cards applications, foreign notes transactions, and all electronic channels.
  • Filing and verifying member account documentation and audit membership files as needed.


  •  Able to be flexible, organize and plan work in order to deal with deadlines and peak periods.
  •  Creative problem solving skills.
  • Excellent member service skills, effectively ascertain needs of member.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally, in writing and by e-mail.
  • Requires a working knowledge of accounting.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel (may be an in-basked assessment).
  • Minimum education is a secondary school graduation diploma or equivalent, plus a minimum of one (1) year related work experience.
  • Subject to extended hours as per Article 5:01 (b) of the Collective Agreement.


Candidates should submit their application, cover letter and resume to:

Attn: People and Culture



In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance by contacting us at, subject line “accommodation”.


Candidates should submit their application, cover letter and resume to: Attn: People and Culture 

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