A credit union branch manager is responsible for a number of tasks, including overseeing member services, supervising subordinate staff, and handling sales, security. They are also in charge of cash handling, training staff members, auditing services, and ensuring a safe, productive work environment for the staff. The branch manager must make sure their branch efficient and keep all personnel up to date with the latest credit union procedures and policies. These professionals are also responsible for interviewing and hiring new personnel, as well as conducting any disciplinary and firing procedures. The manager is expected to monitor their branch's progress and make change for their branch to grow. Credit union branch managers typically work 40 to 50 hours a week in a bank office.