Orange County’s Credit Union

Workplace Excellence. Through our associates’ opinions and voices, Orange County’s Credit Union is a proud recipient of the Peter Barron Stark Best of the Best Award for highest associate satisfaction in the workplace! As a leading financial service provider with over 80 years of experience serving 123,000+ members, Orange County’s Credit Union is currently $2+ billion in assets & growing.

Generous benefits including:

Kaiser and Blue Shield HMO medical & Delta Dental HMO– OCCU covers 100% employee’s monthly premium and about 75% dependents/spouse
Life insurance at no cost to employee, valued at one time annual salary, up to $250k
401(k) – OCCU automatically contributes 3% of the employee’s earnings PLUS matches up to 5% of the employee’s contribution (dollar for dollar)
Vacation hours – 13 days per year and rolls over year to year, and increases with tenure
Sick hours – 7 days per year and rolls over year to year
Paid Holidays – 12 days per year plus 3 partial days
Annual performance merit increases
Professional and personal development programs, including educational grants up to $2k per year, and step progression opportunities
Annual discretionary bonus
Professional, friendly work environment focused on achieving goals, recognizing successes and excelling at member service.

Putting People First: Connect, Discover, Deliver & Wow is Orange County’s Credit Union mantra. If you��re passionate about serving people, this role is rewarding, brings purpose, and the opportunity to make a difference!
Under general direction and supervision performs retail operations audits daily, monthly, and quarterly to ensure the retail operations network is operationally prepared for internal and external audits and that key aspects of the business have necessary management oversight. This position is responsible for ensuring that various tasks are completed according to assigned schedule. In partnership with cross functional teams including but not limited to Information Security and Risk Management.


Ensures compliance with established internal control procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation.

Completes audits by documenting audit tests and findings

Identifies opportunities for improving business processes, based on audit outcomes to minimize risks

Assists in the developing of an annual audit plan

Maintains internal control systems by updating audit programs and questionnaires; recommending new policies and procedures

Complies with federal, state, and local security legal requirements by studying existing and new security legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.

Prepares special audit and control reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing operating information and trends.

Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.

Inspects Branch cash on hand (surprise cash counts), checks receivable and payable, cashier checks, and canceled checks to confirm records are accurate. Examines Branch inventory to verify plastic card inventory

Reviews various reports daily: File maintenance, signature cards, branch cash limits, fee reversals, and combined security override

Examines records and interview Branch Associates to ensure recording of transactions and compliance with laws and regulations.


High School education plus some college or equivalent or Change to Associate or Bachelor degree

Two years relevant banking operations experience

Thorough understanding of state and federal regulations as they relate to Bank Secrecy Act, NCUA, AML, OFAC, USA Patriot Act, Regulations, etc.

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