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SOUTHERN UTE TRIBAL CREDIT COMMITTEE MEMBER VACANCY

 

 

The Southern Ute Tribal Credit Committee has an opening for a member.

 

The Credit Committee members must be 18 years old and be an enrolled member of the Tribe. Individuals seeking to serve on the Committee must demonstrate a reputation of personal integrity, dependability, honesty, a strong work ethic, and the ability to perform in a non-biased, confidential and fair manner. They must be familiar with the objectives of the Declaration and must maintain good financial standing with the Tribe. These individuals must also pass a criminal background and reference checks.

 

The term may be for a three (3) year period.

 

Duties of the Credit Committee:

  • Approve loans as required by the Declaration
  • Monitor compliance with Declaration
  • Monitor approved loan performance
  • Make recommendations to Tribal Council on program revisions and updates regarding Committee operations
  • Maintain confidentiality, objectivity and fairness in conducting all Committee business
  • Hold bi-weekly regular meetings and other special meetings as necessary
  • Coordinate the Committee’s annual budget with Tribal Credit Staff

 

All interested Tribal members who would like to serve on the committee are urged to submit a letter of interest to the Tribal Credit Department.