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VP Marketing & Brand Management
Visit Andrews Federal Credit Union

VP Marketing & Brand Management

Andrews Federal Credit Union is a transformative international financial institution that thrives on “Improving the Financial Lives of Members”.   They have consistently been named a “Great Place to Work” and have built a strong community of trust in the areas they serve.   Committed to your financial success they are “Ready to Serve and Ready to Solve” and exist to help their members along their financial journey.  With $2.5 Billion in assets, headquartered in Suitland, MD with stateside locations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and New Jersey, as well as overseas military locations in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, the credit union has a long reach and strong history of serving members.

 

Andrews Federal Credit Union seeks an experienced professional to champion marketing initiatives to achieve our organizational growth and expansion goals as the Vice President, Marketing & Brand Management. The individual should possess a deep knowledge of branding, product positioning, campaign development as well as social media and digital content marketing expertise. The individual should also have a proven track record of establishing, analyzing and evolving marketing strategies in a dynamic environment.  This position reports to the EVP, Chief Operations Officer

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES         

  • Develop and maintain a results-oriented communication program which conveys the corporate brand through multiple delivery channels and diverse market segments.
  • Work with internal stakeholders to plan, create and launch creative marketing campaigns, press releases and public service announcements that resonate with current and potential members.
  • Establish a best-in-class social, digital and web presence that drives member awareness, engagement and adoption of the credit union’s products and services while upholding the brand and values of the credit union. 
  • Collaborate with other department leaders on the creation and promotion of new products and services that attract members, achieve established goals and increase overall revenue
  • Lead analysis across all marketing channels to measure overall performance of activities and use this data to develop actionable future plans.
  • Initiate Raddon Surveys and other research tools to gather data on industry trends in order to identify new market opportunities.
  • Coordinate business development activities within the marketing department and support the retail division with community activities.
  • Develop and manage marketing related budgets.
  • Remains cognizant of and adheres to Andrews Federal policies and procedures, and regulations pertaining to the Bank Secrecy Act.
  • Establish and maintain a departmental structure and staffing to effectively accomplish the credit union’s goals and objectives.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, or related field, required.
  • A minimum of seven to ten years of marketing experience within a large credit union or banking environment with four years in a supervisory capacity.
  • Ability to solve complex problems with creativity and ingenuity.
  • Ability to analyze data and member survey results to create an actionable plan
  • Ability to operate independently, and exercise significant latitude for independent judgment, discretion, and action.
  • Experience working in complex environments with a high degree of organizational effectiveness.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office required.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and exceptional organizational skills required.
  • Expertise in MCIF data analytics
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Chief Financial Officer
Visit OE Federal Credit Union

Chief Financial Officer

In 1964, we gathered for the first time in the union halls of Operating Engineers Local #3 with one simple goal: to provide union members a better alternative to banks. Members needed a financial institution that understood the challenges of the construction trades’ long hours and seasonal work. For over 50 years, that institution has been OE Federal Credit Union. We put the Union in Credit Union!  Built on a foundation of union pride, OE Federal is the country’s largest construction trades union-based credit union. We understand the unique needs of union workers and their families in ways the big banks can’t. Located in Livermore, CA with over $1.4 Billion in assets, more than 95,000 members across six states and 125 union groups, our mission is to improve the lives of our union brothers and sisters by being a trusted partner for all their financial services needs. 

 

Due to an upcoming retirement, OE Federal Credit Union is in search of a collaborative, capable, approachable, and outspoken leader to join this family-oriented, member-centric institution as their next Chief Financial Officer.  This position develops and maintains accounting information according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) concerning income, expenses, assets, liabilities and capital as a basis for management planning and decision-making, and for fulfilling financial reporting requirements. Works closely with the senior management team to define organizational and strategic goals in conjunction with the Board of Directors. Responsible for the management of various organizational functions, including financial reporting, finance, accounting, investments, asset/liability management, risk management, audit, regulatory compliance and collections.

 

Essential duties include:

 

  • Ensures accurate, thorough and timely accounting and reporting of the credit union’s financial position in conformity with GAAP, including CECL, accounting standards. Oversees credit union’s compliance with federal and state financial and tax reporting requirements.
  • Provides guidance and support to the President/CEO and Board of Directors on the credit union’s financial position and reporting systems and related policies, procedures and programs.
  • Performs and interprets detailed analytics and trend analysis of financial, economic and industry data to develop financial strategies.
  • Oversees the Asset Liability Management (ALM) program which includes Net Economic Value (NEV), interest rate risk, concentration risk, liquidity and investment performance analysis and controls. Reports relevant findings and recommends needed policy changes to the Asset/Liability Committee (ALCO). Recommends needed changes to applicable policies.
  • Responsible for management of the credit union’s investment portfolio and deploying surplus funds in accordance with policy and regulations. Recommends needed changes to the investment policy.
  • Prepares annual budget and associated reports.
  • Oversees internal and external audit functions, including the annual financial statement audit, and regulatory examinations.
  • Ensures compliance with all credit union policies, procedures, standards, and applicable laws and regulations, including BSA/AML/OFAC requirements.
  • Directs the loss mitigation functions of the credit union by establishing and maintaining sound and effective collections and fraud management strategies.
  • Assists the President/CEO and Board of Directors in development of the credit union’s strategic business plan and establishment of institutional financial goals. Measures performance and develops strategies to enhance execution of defined strategies.
  • Partners with other functional areas to attain production and business development goals and objectives. Works closely with CEO and senior management team in implementation and support of companywide projects and initiatives.
  • Directs and coordinates the insurance needs and administration of credit union’s insurance program (bond, professional liability, property and casualty, etc.). Evaluates and determines coverage and deductible thresholds and reports annually to the Board of Directors.
  • Responsible for supervisory duties, including but not limited to, hiring team members, setting and communicating performance expectations, conducting performance evaluations, managing employment issues and providing ongoing coaching, mentoring and training for team members.
  • Effectively engages direct reports to execute strategic and operational objectives.
  • Other duties as assigned by the CEO.

 

The ideal candidate should have a passion for the industry, positive outlook on unions, be an effective strategist and collaborator with excellent people skills who is devoted to the vision and strategy of the Credit Union. The successful candidate must possess at least ten years of progressive experience in a finance or accounting role with at least five years in management.  Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Management or Business Administration also required. Master’s degree and or CPA preferred.

 

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Visit Confidential

Director of Mortgage Lending

A large financial institution based in Los Angeles (Hybrid Role) is looking for a proven mortgage professional to join their team as the Director of Mortgage Lending.  This role is based in Los Angeles but has the ability to be Hybrid/Remote. It is preferred that you live in the state of CA since coming into the office periodically may be required.    

 

While meeting the service standards of the institution, they will oversee and lead all aspects of the mortgage, real estate, and home equity lending department (HELOC).  Reporting to the Chief Lending Officer, they will manage the day-to-day operations of the mortgage department and the various business partner and/or vendor relationships.  They must have the ability to read and interpret data and to make and present business needs and strategies to the CLO and team.   The must be a proven leader, self-starter, and be able to motivate, coach and mentor staff.  The selected candidate will have a minimum of 8 years of mortgage operations experience with a minimum of three years in management at a financial institution.  Experience managing vendors also required. 

 

More information can be shared after discussion and qualifications confirmed.

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SVP Human Resources
Visit GECU

SVP Human Resources

GECU, with over $4 billion in assets and 420,000+ members, is a financially stable financial institution located in the southwest region of the U.S., and our outreach spans three states and two countries. Our uniquely diverse community includes people from Texas, New Mexico and Chihuahua, Mexico, plus a military base that is home to more than 35,000 soldiers. We have been a part of this community since 1932 and have become a leader in empowering the people that live in it. We believe that financial literacy is an important part of everyone’s life because it can be the main driver that leads someone to accomplish all of their financial goals. Giving back to our community is one of the many ways that we put the credit union’s people helping people philosophy into action. As a leader in the community, we helped move El Paso into the digital age and changed the financial landscape of the Borderplex region. We are an award-winning Best of the Border Best Place to Work and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a stellar reputation for being a leader in the credit union movement and have been recently named Best Credit Union in Texas.

 

Due to the impressive growth and technological advancements of the credit union, GECU is looking for a transformative HR professional to join their team as the Senior Vice President – Human Resources.  This newly created position serves as a strategic and operational leader providing top-level guidance on compensation, benefits, professional development and employee engagement.  Collaborate with the executive and senior leadership team to ensure the continued evolution of a robust recruiting and retention program, while developing strategies that support the company’s overall mission and goals.  Use data analytics to measure performance of talent initiatives and to drive strategic decisions.  Provide leadership to drive talent and organizational development, performance management and succession planning.   Responsibilities may also include leadership and oversight of other related department(s) within the organization.


Essential duties include:

 

Provide leadership as a member of the senior management team in the development and execution of human resource strategies that align with and support the overall strategic direction of the organization.

 

Design, develop, implement and maintain a robust recruiting and retention program that aligns compensation, benefits, professional development, and employee engagement to attract high performing and diverse professionals to support the strategic objectives. 

 

Determines and recommends employee relations practices necessary to establish a positive employer-employee relationship and promote a high level of employee engagement evaluated through periodic employee engagement surveys and exit interviews.

 

Provide leadership to drive talent and organizational development, performance management and succession planning. 

 

Partners with the senior management team and other leaders to develop and implement diversity, equality and inclusion strategies, programs, policies, and metrics that successfully engage, develop, retain and attract a diverse workforce, fostering inclusion and a sense of belonging.

 

Manage all employee information and data analytics to develop productivity and quality metrics to measure results of talent initiatives and use information to drive strategic decisions.

 

Excellent communication, interpersonal and collaborative skills across all levels, with an ability to persuade and influence. Ability to exercise good judgment and discretion and maintain confidentiality.

 

Develop and maintain effective external relationships both within the local community, other related agencies, the credit union industry and HR/Training & Development communities (locally and nationally).

 

Lead the annual benefits review and planning processes, including plan design changes and negotiating coverage and costs with vendors while ensuring risks and opportunities are articulated and addressed.

 

Partner with the senior management team and other leaders to develop and implement workplace strategies that engage GECU’s hybrid workforce and facilitate performance measurement of work-from-home employees. 

 

Strong knowledge of and maintains compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations, Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), Texas Worker's Compensation, Texas Payday Law and all other federal and state laws pertaining to employment.

 

Ensures compliance on a day-to-day basis within the areas of your responsibility and ensure that employees will receive the necessary training to comply with applicable regulations, to include Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Member Identification Program (MIP), and Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC), which apply specifically to their job.

 

Providing quality service is the primary responsibility of this position.  Quality service means treating members and coworkers with respect and courtesy at all levels whether in person or by telephone as outlined in the Employee Handbook.  12+ years of HR related experience with at least 3-5 years senior management experience in a professional business environment overseeing human capital strategies and experience in directing professional and management-level positions and developing strategic business plans is required.  The selected candidate will have clear, comprehensive understanding of the link between talent and other human resource initiatives and business strategy. Experience with and a talent for analyzing key financial documents and establishing metrics that measure the business performance of HR initiatives.  Experience in data driven decision-making.  The ability to engage, inspire, and influence people. Have strong interpersonal, communication, and member service skills. Extensive experience with strategic problem solving and leading change. Comprehensive knowledge of HR policies, processes (e.g., workforce planning and talent management), and talent management practices.  They will also have managerial responsibility for one or more departments or more than one group of employees with diversified functions, have experience building teams and processes to scale in a high-growth organization and leading and partnering on DE&I strategies and change.  Master’s degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Development or related field; certification in Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or Senior Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP) strongly preferred.

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Chief Financial Officer
Visit Oregon State Credit Union

Chief Financial Officer

With over $2.2 Billion in assets, located in Corvallis, OR, Oregon State Credit Union is looking for a financial leader to join their team the Executive Vice President / Chief Financial Officer. Established in 1954, this credit union was originally built to serve the unmet needs of  faculty at Oregon State College.  Today, the credit union is a complex organization with 15 branches serving over 135,000 members in 24 counties in the State with a variety of innovative products and services and technological enhancements.  They are known for their impact upon the communities that they serve through donations, grants, scholarships, team member contributions, and financial education and have even been awarded the State’s first ever “Financial  Empowerment Award” for making a positive difference when it comes to improving financial wellness and the empowerment for Oregonians. 

 

Reporting to the President/CEO, this key executive will lead, organize, plan and direct the Financial Division including Accounting, Payment Systems, Investments and Asset Liability Management.  They will direct the formulation and implementation of accounting, investments, asset-liability management, and CUSO management.  They will participate in the strategic planning process and work with executive leaders in defining, articulating and driving organizational goals to continue unsurpassed member experience.   They will act as the operating manager of the OSU FCU Financial Services LLC, CUSO and develop long term strategies to accomplish the overall long-term goals and maintain the fiscal health and overall condition of the CUSO.  They will be responsible for monitoring and reporting interest rate risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, value risk and monitor interest rate trends at the national level and reviews potential impact of financial projections.  They will be responsible for the investment portfolio and make recommendations when appropriate for strategic growth.  They will be responsible for timely accurate and effective reporting of financial information for the Board, committees, other divisions, IRS, State of Oregon, NCUA and other regulatory bodies and assist in the external audit and NCUA examination process.  They will ensure compliance with all credit union policies, procedures, standards, and applicable laws and regulations including but not limited to, all BSA/AML/OFAC requirements.

 

This position is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and must perform duties with little direction provided.  The nature of work for this position is widely diverse and of a high degree of complexity.  Decision making, future thinking, strategic planning, budgeting, problem solving and leadership capabilities are in constant demand.  The selected candidate will provide exceptional service to members, coworkers, and business partners, always represent the credit union in a professional manner, have a solid understanding of credit union products and services, be aligned with the organizational mission, vision and core values and be an advocate for the members.  Furthermore, they will have a forward-thinking mindset, collaborative management style, track record of success, excellent communication skills and a passion for the industry.  Bachelor’s degree, at least 10 years in accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and investments experience with five or more years in a management role in finance and/or accounting is required. 

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Information Security Manager
Visit Greater Texas Federal Credit Union

Information Security Manager

Approaching $1 billion in assets, Greater Texas Credit Union (also known as Aggieland Credit Union in the Brazos Valley) is a financially sound and well-respected financial institution with headquarters located in eclectic Austin, TX.  Founded in 1952, the credit union embraces the philosophy of the industry through its mission to enhance the financial well-being of members while preserving the unique benefits of cooperative ownership.  The credit union has an outstanding opportunity for a security leader to join their team as the Information Security Officer

 

In this role you are responsible for the overall effectiveness of the Information Security Program for the credit union and ensuring security processes are deeply embedded in the credit union’s culture. Additionally, you will work at all levels of the credit union to assess cybersecurity risk, then integrate and mature information security controls, policies, and standards to align with the level of risk acceptance as defined by the Board and Executive Management.

 

Essential duties and responsibilities include:

 

Responsible for the development, approval, implementation and continuous maturing of the Information Security Program and subsequent control framework, including periodic reporting to the Board of Directors and Senior Management and at least annual Board presentations on the status of the Information Security Program.

Develops, manages, and reports on the Information Security Risk Assessment (ISRA) and mitigation of identified security risks through implementation of technical security controls, training, and/or process enhancement.

Oversees and reports on the management and mitigation of information security risks companywide; implements effective technology solutions that prevent and detect internal and/or external malicious access that may compromise data integrity.

Manages IT compliance to include security regulations and controls; defines and measures enterprise Information Technology compliance with defined policies, standards, and guidelines.

Reviews and updates security policies as necessary to comply with changes in the law, regulations, and other compliance requirements.

Creates and oversees awareness training related to security policies and IT controls, including best practices and procedures.

Evaluates and recommends security solutions; monitors emerging risks and implements mitigations.

Engages with management to understand new initiatives, providing information on the inherent information security risk of these activities, and outlining ways to mitigate the risks; works with IT and other departments to understand the flow of information, the risks to that information, and the best ways to protect it.

Participates in industry-collaborative efforts to monitor, share, and discuss emerging security threats.

Reports significant security events to the CIO, government agencies, and law enforcement as appropriate.

Assists with managing security for all IT systems and performs day-to-day security operations; Maintains vulnerability scanning tool and the patch management process for all servers, PCs, and laptops.

Performs vulnerability/risk assessment analysis; Provides configuration management oversight for information system security software, hardware, and firmware; Manages changes to systems and assesses the security impact of those changes.

Serves as the approval authority to validate or approve user authorization for assigned systems.

Owns the incident response process lifecycle, which includes detection, response, mitigation, reporting, recovery, and lessons learned.

Provides ongoing continuous monitoring to assigned systems; Provides and validates the operational security posture of systems and ensures they are maintained.

Comply with the credit union Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Policy and Anti Money Laundering and Member Due Diligence Procedures.  The BSA training is to be completed within 90 days of employment.

Complete compliance and career development training as assigned.

Must be willing and able to work outside of normal business hours, including evening and weekends, if the need arises. For example, the Information Security Officer may be asked to lead and coordinate an after-hours response to a security event.

Provide helpdesk assistance when needed.

 

The selected candidate will provide exceptional service to members, coworkers, and business partners, always represent the credit union in a professional manner, have a solid understanding of credit union products and services and be aligned with the organizational mission, vision, and core values.  Furthermore, they will be a servant leader with strong people skills and experience in Cyber & Information Security, Data & Program Analysis, Attention to Detail, Incident Response, and Verbal & Written Communication.  10 years of progressive experience in the information technology field with at least 5 years’ experience in each of the following: Disaster Recovery, Information Technology Risk, IT Standards and Controls, and Cyber Security in a fast-paced environment.  Bachelor’s Degree, Financial Institution experience, experience in audit process definition and execution as applied to compliance within the financial industry strongly desired.

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Chief Operating Officer - JUST FILLED
Visit University of Virginia Community Credit Union

Chief Operating Officer - JUST FILLED

UVA Community Credit Union has grown and expanded over the years as they strive to better serve the needs of communities in Central, Piedmont, and Valley regions of Virginia.  Founded in 1954, the credit union has grown to over $1.4 Billion in assets and has become a strong, humble, member-focused, and community-centric financial cooperative with the social purpose of ‘people helping people.’  With a new corporate headquarters in process and the recent charter expansion that now encompasses over 20 counties and cities, the credit union remains strategically focused to continue to promote the financial well-being of the communities they serve by offering outstanding service, aligned products and services, financial education, and community partnerships.

Preparing for additional growth, the Credit Union is seeking a dynamic and collaborative leader to join their team as the Chief Operating Officer.  As a member of the Executive Management Team, the COO is responsible for ensuring member satisfaction commensurate with the best interests of the members, team and credit union. This position is responsible for the overall leadership, direction, development and achievement of strategic goals in the areas of retail delivery, operations, member experience, digital transformation, member service center, business development, and marketing. In addition, the COO will participate in strategic and tactical planning and is a key strategic partner to the President/CEO.

To be a qualified candidate, the COO must demonstrate a proven track record leading and managing high performing service delivery teams in the financial services industry and have proven strong operations and financial management skills. Also, qualified candidates must have documented experience developing and defining business strategy, goals, and aligning the appropriate resources to ensure success. The COO must be an exceptionally strong coach, agent of change, capable decisionmaker, team leader and influencer of people, have a minimum of 10 years of experience overseeing operations and understand business financial industry concepts, products, policies and regulations.  Bachelor’s degree in management, finance, accounting or business-related area required. Master’s degree preferred.

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Vice President of People
Visit Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union

Vice President of People

Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union (LAPFCU) is law enforcement’s premier financial services provider. A trusted advocate for its members, LAPFCU seeks to create a world where the law enforcement community is honored, respected, safe, and prosperous. This $1.3 billion credit union currently has over 42,000 members and serves active-duty and retired law enforcement professionals and their immediate family members in five Southern California counties.  Consistently recognized via Employer of Choice and Best Place to Work awards, LAPFCU is highly reputable among its peers. With a culture that embraces change, differentiation, and innovation, and an infrastructure designed to support growth, the Credit Union is poised for the future.

LAPFCU is at a pivotal time in its history and is looking to hire a strategic and tactical executive to join their team as the Vice President of People.  This individual will have a strategic mindset crucial to any organization and will partner with the leadership team to help drive company strategy.   The role will focus on deepening the Credit Union’s strong corporate culture while enhancing the employee experience and developing best in class people practices where the organization’s people feel supported and engaged. This role will be a part of executive leadership and serves as an advisor and partner to the functional leaders on culture & conduct, employee experience, organizational structure, individual succession planning and aspects of regulatory-related deliverables. This role will oversee the traditional HR lifecycle and employee engagement.

The ideal candidate will be emotionally intelligent and bring thought leadership and creative solutions to the Credit Union. Candidates must have at least ten years of human resource experience with at least five years leading all areas of Human Resources (i.e. the top role) for an organization. They must have broad experience building, maintaining, and enhancing an effective and collaborative full-service HR/People team.  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, excellent communication skills, a thorough knowledge of HR law, operations, regulations and technology, are also required.

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President / Chief Executive Officer - JUST FILLED
Visit OE Federal Credit Union

President / Chief Executive Officer - JUST FILLED

In 1964, we gathered for the first time in the union halls of Operating Engineers Local #3 with one simple goal: to provide union members a better alternative to banks. Members needed a financial institution that understood the challenges of the construction trades’ long hours and seasonal work. For over 50 years, that institution has been OE Federal Credit Union.

We put the Union in Credit Union!  Built on a foundation of union pride, OE Federal is the country’s largest labor-based credit union. We understand the unique needs of union workers and their families in ways the big banks can’t. Located in Livermore, CA with over $1.4 Billion in assets,  more than 85,000 members nationwide across six states and 125 union groups, we’re here to help because we’re union family, and our family deserves the best.

We believe a credit union is more than a financial institution. We are a community — a family — and our members are our brothers and sisters. Your family deserves the best, and that’s what OE Federal can offer. We understand your needs and your lifestyle, and we’ll make sure you get what you’re looking for: affordable financial products, outstanding personal service, and a lifelong partnership with people who care. Our products and services have expanded, our assets have increased, and our membership has grown, but one thing has stayed the same—our goal to provide the best possible service for our OE Federal family.

Due to an upcoming retirement, OE Federal Credit Union is in search of a humble, capable, approachable and patient leader to join this family-oriented, member-centric institution as their next President / Chief Executive Officer.   This individual will have overall responsibility for the success of the Credit Union and directs the operations of the Credit Union with the objectives of ensuring financial stability while maintaining the best interests of Members. Provide strategic leadership by working with the Board of Directors and the management team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. Operate within the confines of policies established by the Board of Directors and procedures required by regulation and legislation.

The ideal candidate should have a passion for the industry, positive outlook on unions, be an effective strategist with excellent communication skills who is devoted to the vision, strategy, community and industry involvement of the Credit Union. The successful candidate must possess at least ten years of progressive experience in the industry with five years’ experience leading a financial institution as a senior executive. 

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, or related field required, MBA or related Master’s degree, a Certified Credit Union Executive, CPA or CMA is preferred.

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President / Chief Executive Officer
Visit Empower Federal Credit Union

President / Chief Executive Officer

With over $3 billion in assets located in Syracuse NY, Empower Federal Credit Union is one of the most financially stable and reputable credit unions in the industry. They have been recognized as one of the “Best Companies to Work for in New York State” and have 28 branches throughout eight counties to serve their members, including the underserved, in Central New York.  Empower FCU is a full-service, progressive, community-focused, strong-performing financial institution with a solid, dedicated team of professionals that understand the member comes first!  Their Mission is to create lifelong personal financial relationships that positively impact the financial lives of all members, one member at a time.

Empower Federal Credit Union is looking for a forward-thinking, dynamic, community-driven, results-focused, and collaborative leader to lead this organization into the future as its next President / Chief Executive Officer. This individual is responsible, with the Senior Management Team, for moving the organization to the next level while maintaining Empower's financial health and stability. The CEO will direct the overall operations of the Credit Union in the best interests of the members; establish short-term and long-range goals, plans, and policies; and represent the Credit Union within the community.  Additional duties will be to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of all operations, leading change where necessary; develop and maintain organizational structure; and develop and retain effective, member-focused, leaders. 

The successful candidate will be a visionary, a team player, emotionally intelligent with strong social skills, a strong desire for continuous improvement, and have an understanding of the credit union’s cooperative purpose.  They will also possess strong leadership and interpersonal abilities; solid strategic, organizational, analytical, and tactical skills with the ability to coordinate, manage, and direct others effectively; and be active in the community and industry.  At least 15 years of progressive management experience in the financial industry and a bachelor’s degree are required.  Master’s degree and/or professional certifications preferred.

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President / Chief Executive Officer
Visit Noble Credit Union

President / Chief Executive Officer

Noble Credit Union has grown and expanded over the years as they strive to better serve the needs of communities in California’s San Joaquin Valley. The credit union is approaching $1.2 Billion in assets and has become a strong, progressive, member focused and community centric financial cooperative with a dedicated team and strong core values.  They have been recognized by Forbes “Best-in-State credit union” – being recognized as the second-best credit union in the state of California and the only credit union in the Central Valley to be listed in the top ten. It is a true testament to their dedication to serving members.  “Noble” is a name that speaks to who they are and what they do. We treat members with kindness, dignity and honor. We do the right thing by helping members make sound financial decisions. Noble Federal Credit Union embraces the credit union philosophy with their vision statement “We will earn a reputation among our membership as a trusted, long-term financial partner by embodying values of compassion and honor and be delivering the right product to each member”.

 

With the upcoming retirement of their respected leader, the credit union is in search of a forward thinking, inspirational and collaborative individual to lead under the direction of the board of directors as their next President / Chief Executive Officer. The CEO will plan, direct and control all credit union activities in accordance with the credit union plans, policies, directives and activities established by the board of directors. They will be responsible for ensuring financial stability and member satisfaction commensurate with the best interest of the members, the employees, and the credit union and will provide strategic direction, vision, leadership and management in all functional areas. 

 

This visionary will have a moral fiber, be confident, adaptable, intelligent and possess demonstrated leadership, excellent communication and listening skills, emotional intelligence, and a collaborative approach, to propel this organization into the future with continued service excellence, a community focus and self-improvement. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success, a passion for the industry and bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university in Business Administration, or related field; or seven to ten years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education, experience and training. 

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President / Chief Executive Officer
Visit LA Police Federal Credit Union

President / Chief Executive Officer

Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union (LAPFCU) is law enforcement’s premier financial services provider. A trusted advocate for its members, LAPFCU seeks to create a world where the law enforcement community is honored, respected, safe, and prosperous.

This $1.3 billion credit union currently has over 42,000 members and serves active-duty and retired law enforcement professionals and their immediate family members in five Southern California counties. 

Consistently recognized via Employer of Choice and Best Place to Work awards, LAPFCU is highly reputable among its peers. With a culture that embraces change, differentiation, and innovation, and an infrastructure designed to support growth, the Credit Union is poised for the right dynamic, visionary President/CEO to lead the organization into the future. This person will inspire LAPFCU’s associates, develop and guide a strong executive team, enjoy a close and solid working relationship with a supportive board of directors, and further the Credit Union’s mission while continuously and measurably improving performance and the member experience. 

The President/CEO will live and breathe LAPFCU’s core values of respect, ownership, and integrity. He or she will be a strategic thinker with exceptional communication skills, who focuses on growth, continuous learning, and improvement. 

This opportunity is created by the upcoming retirement of the current President/CEO. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 years’ senior management experience at a financial institution, a proven track record of success, and a passion for the industry and community.  Bachelor’s degree required; MBA preferred.

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Chief Information Officer
Visit Oregon State Credit Union

Chief Information Officer

With over $2.2 Billion in assets, located in Corvallis, OR, Oregon State Credit Union is looking for a technology leader to join their team as the Chief Information Officer.

Established in 1954, this credit union was originally built to serve the unmet needs of  faculty at Oregon State College.  Today, the credit union is a complex organization with 15 branches serving over 135,000 members in 24 counties in the State with a variety of innovative products and services and technological enhancements.  They are known for their impact upon the communities that they serve through donations, grants, scholarships, team member contributions, and financial education and have even been awarded the State’s first ever “Financial  Empowerment Award” for making a positive difference when it comes to improving financial wellness and the empowerment for Oregonians. 

Reporting to the President/CEO, this key executive is responsible for directing, planning, organizing, overseeing and controlling the activities of Administrative Services and the Information Services Division as defined; network services, data processing, communication and security services to ensure the effective, efficient and secure operation of all facilities, technology and automated data processing systems. They will develop strategic plans identifying information systems and technology applications to create new tactical options and to support long and short term business plans to bring to pass an unsurpassed member experience.

They will be responsible for ensuring the development, implementation and maintenance of systems, processes and facilities to support the growth and the strategic and tactical business plans of the organization.  They will actively support and promote the credit union movement through political advocacy and will keep up to date with new technologies and trends. 

This position is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and must perform duties with little direction provided.  The nature of work for this position is widely diverse and of a high degree of complexity.  Decision making, future thinking, strategic planning, budgeting, problem solving and leadership capabilities are in constant demand.  The selected candidate will provide exceptional service to members, coworkers, and business partners, always represent the credit union in a professional manner, have a solid understanding of credit union products and services, be aligned with the organizational mission, vision and core values and be an advocate for the members.  Furthermore, they will have a forward-thinking mindset, collaborative management style, track record of success, excellent communication skills and a passion for the industry.  Bachelor’s degree, at least 10 years of network and data processing operations experience with five or more years in a management role in technology is required. 

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VP Information Technology
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VP Information Technology

Approaching $1 billion in assets, Greater Texas Credit Union (also known as Aggieland Credit Union in the Brazos Valley) is a financially sound and well-respected financial institution with headquarters located in eclectic Austin, TX.  Founded in 1952, the credit union embraces the philosophy of the industry through its mission to enhance the financial well-being of members while preserving the unique benefits of cooperative ownership.  The credit union has an outstanding opportunity for a technology leader to join their team as the Vice President – Information Technology. 

In this role you will oversee a team of professionals covering the network operations and IT support functions of the credit union. Key responsibilities will include mentoring and continue building a top tier IT team, developing and implementing standard operating procedures and policies, improving our cyber security posture, managing daily IT operations, implementing and supporting new infrastructure and business projects. The overall goal is to ensure high synergies within IT, between IT and lines of business, and with vendors leading to a highly secure and top tier IT operation.

 

Essential duties and responsibilities include:

  • Ensure high synergy and engagement within the IT team and between IT team and lines of business.
  • Work closely with business leaders on supporting and implementing technology to meet the overall strategic plan.
  • Continuously improve the cyber security posture of the credit union.
  • Design and provide metrics on all IT operations including but not limited to: system up time, capacity planning, team member and vendor performance.
  • Implement and maintain business continuity plan and documentation.
  • Implement and maintain IT policies to ensure compliance with regulations.
  • Provide project oversight to ensure completion on time, budget and scope.
  • Proactively identify, evaluate and implement technologies to empower all areas of the credit union.
  • Provide operational perspective and leadership on how to most effectively, efficiently, and ethically manage the procurement, integration, and control of all IT resources to support credit union goals.
  • Develop and maintain effective business relationships with technology vendors and ensure their service levels are adequate for supporting the credit union needs.
  • Plan, design, procure, coordinate and direct IT resources to support the technology infrastructure used by the credit union.
  • Manage all vendor due diligence, risk mitigation and IT audit activities.
  • Participate in IT on-call program.
  • Develop and maintain IT budget.
  • Comply with the credit union Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Policy and Anti Money Laundering and Member Due Diligence Procedures. The BSA training is to be completed within 90 days of employment.

 

The selected candidate will provide exceptional service to members, coworkers and business partners, always represent the credit union in a professional manner, have a solid understanding of credit union products and services and be aligned with the organizational mission, vision, and core values.  Furthermore, they will be a servant leader with strong people skills and experience in IT operations, crisis management, vendor management and problem solving with excellent verbal and written communication skills. 10+ years’ experience in building and developing IT teams, implementing and managing daily IT operations and business/IT projects and hands on experience with cyber security in a fast-paced environment required.  Bachelor’s degree also required and experience working at a credit union with Fiserv DNA preferred. 

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Chief Financial Officer
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Chief Financial Officer

Located in San Antonio, TX with $700 million in assets and 50,000 members, Generations Federal Credit Union is a solid, full service financial institution with an entrepreneurial spirit and member-centric culture that is consistently named “Top Workplaces" in the region.  They are a community-based organization that keeps their community strong through employee volunteers, education scholarships and partnerships and creating accounts to meet the needs of members from every generation for everyday needs to major purchases to lifelong investments. 

Due to an upcoming retirement, the credit union seeks to continue their path of success and seeking an experienced financial executive to join their team as the Chief Financial Officer.  The CFO will direct, oversee, and be responsible for the financial activities of the credit union to include planning, controlling, and directing the credit union’s accounting, financial, liquidity, and investment programs/systems.  Additional responsibilities include:

  • Provides guidance, support and counsel to the President/CEO and Board regarding the credit union’s financial position, reporting systems, policies, procedures, and programs ensuring earnings are maximized and cost containment strategies are employed.
  • Appraises the organization’s financial condition and coordinates issuance of periodic financial and operating reports that adequately assesses and reports on the results of operations in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Procedures (GAAP) and Federal Regulations.
  • Oversees the Asset Liability (ALM) program which includes Interest Rate Risk, Concentration Risk, Liquidity & Investment measures, and controls.
  • Oversees the investment program for the organization.
  • Directs and analyzes studies of general economic, business, and financial conditions and their impact on the organization’s policies and operations. Performs and interprets detailed analytics and trend analysis to lead institution towards sound decision making and effective fiscal responsibility.
  • Establishes institutional financial goals and objectives and measures performance against the strategic business plan and financial metrics. Develops strategies to augment strategic goals to enhance efficiencies, earnings opportunities and effectiveness of proposed plans.
  • Partners with other functional areas to attain production and business development goals and objectives. Works closely with CEO and Executive Management Team to support management and implementation of companywide projects and initiatives.
  • Develop, analyze, and evaluate liquidity forecasting, income simulation, and net economic value (NEV) models for institution to assess and mitigate credit, interest rate, and liquidity risk to the organization. Develops strategies and conducts “what if” scenario analysis to plan for uncertain economic circumstances.
  • Coordinates and represents the credit union with external and internal auditors, federal credit union examiners to ensure the credit union is in compliance with prescribed accounting methods set out in regulation, law, FASB rules, and generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Offers, analyzes, interprets new opportunities for institutional growth, providing pro forma and strategic analysis to evaluate initiative and return on investment (ROI).
  • Serves as a fiduciary for Pension and 401K programs.
  • Directs and coordinates the insurance needs and administration of credit union’s insurance program (bond, professional liability, property and casualty etc). Evaluate and determine coverage and deductible thresholds and report annually to the Board of Directors.
  • As part of the Executive Management Team, promotes the credit union both internally and externally.
  • Responsible for the recruitment, development, motivation and retention of assigned management staff conforming to budgetary objectives and personnel policies. This shall be accomplished through the consistent practice of sound human resources concepts, thereby achieving teamwork, employee security, mutual respect, maintenance of the highest level of professionalism and a stake in the credit union’s success.

This individual will have demonstrated acumen in the areas of strategy, finance, accounting, ALM, investment strategies, accounting principles and financial regulations; possess excellent communication skills and have the greatest levels of integrity and trust. Bachelor’s degree, proven leadership skills, experience working at a financial institution and a passion for the credit union industry required. CPA/CFA and/or MBA preferred.

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