CU Employment Opportunities

CU Employment Opportunities

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Credit union employment opportunities remain listed for up to three months from the initial posting date unless AVCU is asked to remove them sooner.  To submit a new position, or to ask us to remove an employment opportunity that is no longer active, please email us.

AVCU is not liable for the content, veracity, or continued availability of any position listed below.  Most recent update: 1/19/18.

Chief Operations Officer
Georgia Credit Union Affiliates (1/19)
Chief Operations Officer
Georgia Credit Union Affiliates (1/19)
President / CEO
Telco Plus Credit Union (1/19)
President / CEO
Telco Plus Credit Union (1/19)
Chief Growth Officer
Cornerstone Credit Union League (1/19)
Chief Growth Officer
Cornerstone Credit Union League (1/19)
Business Lending Portfolio Manager
New England Federal Credit Union (1/5)
Business Lending Portfolio Manager
New England Federal Credit Union (1/5)
Executive Administrative Assistant
Vermont Federal Credit Union (12/15)
Executive Administrative Assistant
Vermont Federal Credit Union (12/15)
Vice President of Information Technology
First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union (12/8)
Vice President of Information Technology
First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union (12/8)
Vice President of Mortgage Lending
U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union (12/8)
Vice President of Mortgage Lending
U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union (12/8)
Vice President of Information Technology
Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union (12/8)
Vice President of Information Technology
Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union (12/8)
Branch Manager I
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (12/1)
Branch Manager I
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (12/1)
Executive Vice President
Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union (11/10)
Executive Vice President
Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union (11/10)
Vice President of Lending
University Credit Union (11/10)
Vice President of Lending
University Credit Union (11/10)
Various Positions
Heritage Family Credit Union (11/3)
Various Positions
Heritage Family Credit Union (11/3)
Mortgage Loan Processor
River Valley Credit Union (10/27)
Mortgage Loan Processor
River Valley Credit Union (10/27)

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Credit Union Affiliates is in search of a Chief Operations Officer to lead innovation and operations oversight for the CUSO, Cooperative Services Incorporated, and its affiliated organizations. A successful candidate would bring leadership perspective to a number of functional credit union back-office operations that will enable credit unions to become more efficient and effective in serving their members. The COO will serve as a consultant to credit union leaders and a catalyst for collaboration among credit unions. Communications and consultative skills will be essential. Knowledge of credit union back-office operations will be essential.  The ideal candidate will have extensive operational experience, strong analytical and problem resolution skills, and have a keen ability to collaborate and build consensus among Georgia credit unions and industry leaders. Five years of leadership experience in financial services and a college degree is required. Please include reference number 1090 when applying.

Georgia Credit Union Affiliates provides personnel and other support services for the Georgia Credit Union League, Inc., Cooperative Services, Inc., their subsidiaries, and other affiliated organizations. Cooperative Services, Inc (CSI) is a CUSO owned directly by more than 40 Georgia Credit Unions. It was organized in 1989 by the six large credit unions in the state and became a significant component in the Georgia Credit Union Affiliates family of state support companies. CSI’s fundamental role is to identify and implement new service opportunities, especially in areas of payments, distribution systems, technology, and credit union operations. In recent years, CSI has nurtured the start-up of special-purpose subsidiary CUSOs. Globally, CSI and the other state support organizations are dedicated to helping credit unions succeed at providing meaningful value to their members.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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Approaching $65 million in assets, Telco Plus Credit Union, located in Longview, Texas, is seeking to replace their retiring President/CEO.  The board of directors is in search of a senior executive with exemplary leadership skills to guide the growth of the credit union.  This individual will be charged with strategically enhancing lending, marketing, and branch operations; promoting membership growth; and driving the internal culture of the organization. Additionally, this individual will foster an environment for professional development for the staff and board of directors.  Successful candidate will have five plus years of management experience within a credit union, have proven leadership skills to carry strategic initiatives through tactical implementation, and exhibit qualities of being a change agent.  Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred. Please include reference number 1086 when applying.

Telco Plus CU serves more than 8,100 members in Gregg and Smith counties and has two branch locations in Longview and Tyler, Texas. The credit union was organized in 1951 as East Texas Telco Credit Union to serve employees of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Longview.  As the credit union grew, the location was moved to where the credit union now sits, and another branch in Tyler was added in 1996. In 1997, the board chose to change the name of the credit union to Telco Plus Credit Union to better reflect the expanded membership base. Today, Telco Plus CU has made it their mission to impact members’ lives through positive financial experiences. The credit union is very active in the community and proudly supports organizations such as the Children’s Miracle Network, the East Texas Food Bank, Cell Phones for Soldiers, and many more.

To apply, contact Chris Thomas, Executive Search Relationship Manager at 469-385-6623 or email cthomas(at)curesources.coop.

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The Cornerstone Credit Union League, located in the Dallas, Texas metropolitan area in Plano, Texas is looking to fill a newly created role on the senior leadership team that strategically leads the league, service corporation, and foundation.  As the Chief Growth Officer, reporting directly to the President/CEO, you will be charged with developing a long-term and sustainable strategy for revenue generation.  This would include the identification, research, and development of new products and programs; product lifecycle management; revenue forecasting; and structuring product launch and pricing strategies.  Responsibilities will also include establishing a corporate sales culture, negotiating partnership agreements, and overseeing mergers and acquisitions.  The successful candidate will be well versed in developing business plans, possess excellent negotiating and communication skills, and have eight plus years of executive leadership experience in sales, service, and marketing.  Master’s degree is strongly preferred.   Please include reference number 1092 when applying.

The Cornerstone Credit Union League (CCUL) is committed to protecting its more than 550 member credit unions, while promoting their growth, strength, and unity. The league has combined the talents and resources of the Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas leagues to provide enhanced and expanded products and services to credit unions, while maintaining a critical focus on advocacy, regulatory, and compliance support. At a national level, CCUL has increased its influence through its mission of advancing the success of credit unions. CCUL is committed to providing educational and networking offerings with premier speakers and critically relevant topics, assisting small credit unions, providing access to a premier league service corporation, and a nationally recognized charitable foundation. Credit union leaders are looking for the real value in league membership, and CCUL delivers with large, robust and relevant organizations with a full suite of products and services.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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The Business Lending Portfolio Manager will be responsible for performing commercial credit analysis, risk management and review on New England Federal Credit Union’s (NEFCU’s) commercial loan portfolio.  The role will assist Business Lending officers with commercial loan portfolio management, which includes loan work-out and resolution process.  This position will act as an administrator for systems utilized in the commercial loan origination and relationship management process.

Location: Colchester, VT … Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Specific duties include:
  • Performs commercial credit analysis, risk management and commercial loan portfolio review. Incumbent will perform detailed commercial credit analysis on large borrowers and complex commercial relationships. Role manages commercial loan participation relationships.
  • Coordinates timely administration of the annual loan review process for the commercial loan portfolio to ensure portfolio risk is actively managed and measured.
  • Receives and analyzes results of third party reviews and makes written recommendations to management on changes to risk ratings based on results.
  • Maintains familiarity with post-closing quality control review, business loan trends, and understands impact on overall risk of business loan portfolio.
  • Assists Business Lending Officers with the loan work-out and resolution process; determines cause(s) of loan relationship challenges as well as collateral position, lien perfection, collectability and enforceability.
  • Creates efficiencies in the commercial lending process and increases compliance with commercial lending portfolio management standards through optimal use and administration of business lending system solutions.
  • Facilitates flow of review documentation between NEFCU, third party vendors, participating lenders, examiners and auditors.
  • Monitors and reports on compliance with commercial loan financial reporting and covenant testing requirements.
  • Assists with preparation for all regulatory and independent third-party reviews.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics, or equivalent discipline.
  • Five or more years of commercial lending, credit analysis or related activity; experience in work-out and resolution loan process preferred.
  • Knowledge of Federal Lending Regulations, Credit Union Policies and Small Business Administration guidelines, loan collection, bankruptcy, foreclosure, repossession and legal collection processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, oral and written communications, and negotiation expertise.
  • Effective organizational skills, time management utilization, strong analytical skills and attention to detail.Excellent interpersonal skills including oral and written communications.
  • Ability to work independently and maintain confidentiality.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

To apply, please refer to the career page located on NEFCU’s website at www.nefcu.com. Once on the career page, locate the role and apply directly.

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Vermont Federal Credit Union is searching for an exceptional individual to provide high-quality administrative assistance to top-level executives.

Job Description:
  • Requires strong organizational and analytical skills. Ability to be highly effective in a fast-paced environment with significant variety of issues and frequently changing priorities.
  • Flexibility and responsiveness to change and short deadlines.
  • Effective communication skills to facilitate work with wide variety of individuals and groups from all levels of the organization
  • Maintains executive’s and Board’s appointment schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, conferences, teleconferences, and travel.
  • Provides historical reference by developing and utilizing filing and retrieval systems; recording meeting discussions and transcribing them into minutes.
  • Ability to work independently on projects, from conception to successful completion.
  • Event planning and coordination
Requirements:
  • Three plus years of experience as an Executive Administrative Assistant or similar role
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suites required, especially Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Knowledge of office procedures and solid experience with office management systems
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, friendly and professional demeanor and experience exercising discretion and confidentiality with sensitive company information
  • Excellent organizational skills with an ability to think proactively and prioritize work

To apply, visit Vermont FCU’s website: www.vermontfederal.org.  Please be sure to attach your resume.  Applications without an attached resume will be considered incomplete.

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With over $675 million in assets and seven financial centers, First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is currently in search of a technology executive to act as their Vice President of Information Technology.  As the head of IT for a credit union with the desire to be at the forefront of technology, this individual will be responsible for strategically leading the IT department and bringing a technological vision to the organization. Responsibilities will include staying abreast of new technologies in the industry, fostering an environment for professional development within the department, developing and maintaining a comprehensive IT plan, creating a proactive customer service driven culture, and managing technology projects throughout the credit union.  The successful candidate will have five or more years of experience managing IT services, possess effective communication skills, and have the ability to promote and drive a technological vision.  A bachelor’s degree is required. Please include reference number 1088 when applying.

First Commonwealth FCU serves more than 56,700 members across Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. In 1959, the credit union was originally chartered as WeAllen Federal Credit Union to serve the employees of Western Electric. Today, as the largest credit union in the Lehigh Valley, First Commonwealth FCU has made it their mission to continually exceed members’ expectations by creating an unmatched service experience, making it simple to improve their financial well-being and offering solutions based on individual needs. First Commonwealth FCU received an independent, 2016 Raddon Financial Group Member Survey overall satisfaction rating of 96.8%. In addition to better rates and lower fees, First Commonwealth FCU members benefit in excellent and friendly service.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico with $965 million in assets is currently in search a seasoned mortgage lending executive to replace their retiring vice president of mortgage lending.  As the credit union moves to strategically diversify their loan portfolio, responsibilities will include growing production through new product development, secondary marketing operations, enhanced sales programs, and staff development.  The successful candidate will have proven management and leadership qualities, strong relationship building experience, and effective written and verbal communication skills.  The ideal candidate will have ten plus years of lending experience with at least five years of experience managing mortgage lending operations.  Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred. Please include reference number 1084 when applying.

U.S. Eagle FCU has nine branches in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, Santa Fe, and Farmington, and serves more than 77,400 members. The credit union is dedicated to their communities, and they are passionate about providing thousands of employee volunteer hours and financial support for local charitable organizations. As the oldest credit union in New Mexico, chartered in 1935, U.S. Eagle FCU is committed to providing their members with best-in-class technology, products, and services to help each member reach their financial goals. U.S. Eagle FCU provides their members with more options to earn, save, invest, and protect, so that they can do what matters most: live better.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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Managing more than $700 million in assets, Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union, located within the Houston metropolitan area in Katy, Texas, is currently in search of a technology executive to lead the credit union’s information technology operations.  The executive team is seeking an individual with a diverse background in technology to include networking, security, disaster recovery, core operations and telecommunications.  Responsibilities will be base around putting formal technology procedures and processes in place, and supporting the strategic goals and growth of the credit union.  The ideal candidate will be a strong coach/mentor; have proven vendor management experience, and be well versed in documentation and compliance.  This individual will have strong managerial skills coupled with a minimum of five years of experience managing technology within a financial institution.  Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Please include reference number 1082 when applying.

Brazos Valley Schools CU has 11 locations in Katy, Brenham, Bryan, College Station, Missouri City, Rosenberg, and Sugar Land serving more than 50,700 members. Chartered in 1954, the credit union’s original purpose was to serve the teachers who were newly hired and weren’t paid until several months into the job. The credit union was originally chartered as Tri-County Teachers Credit Union (serving educators of Waller County, Fort Bend County, and Katy ISD). The name was changed to Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union to better describe the 13 county area of Texas which the credit union now serves. Today, Brazos Valley Schools CU is committed to providing quality and convenient services to meet the financial needs of its members who live, work, worship, or attend school within 10 school districts in Texas.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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To direct the operations of a medium sized, remote credit union facility ensuring the branch meets organizational, financial, operational, service, and growth plans. Has limited lending authority.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
  • Monitor all branch activities to ensure they are in compliance with established credit union policies and procedures. Develop an understanding of credit union history, philosophy, organization, bylaws and operational procedures. Develop a good working knowledge of the credit union’s electronic data processing system.
  • Develop financial solutions for members’ individual financial needs utilizing credit union loan and deposit products.
  • Direct, develop, motivate, and discipline branch personnel; administer performance evaluations and recommend appropriate personnel actions.
  • Underwrite consumer loans up to the amount assigned per credit union policy; review and approve underwriting decisions of subordinate personnel.
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned.
  • Represent the branch as appropriate in its relationships with members, sponsor organizations(s), suppliers, other financial institutions, and similar groups.
  • Monitor branch operating results relative to established objectives and ensure appropriate steps are taken to correct unsatisfactory conditions. Maintain communications with main office; attend scheduled management meetings.Make decisions that align with the credit union’s core values while adhering to policies and procedures.
Performance Measurements:
  • Decision-Making/Judgment -The ability to make prudent decisions that are timely, well researched, and reflect awareness of impact.
  • Problem Solving – The ability to predict, recognize, and define problems. Skill in generating, selecting, and implementing timely and meaningful solutions.
  • Time Management – The ability to work independently with minimal supervision and effective use of time. The level of control/oversight of all assigned projects and responsibilities.
  • Member Focus – The degree to which member service is demonstrated in the day-to-day business environment. The level of support for co-workers as well as outside members, clients, etc.
  • Employee Management – The degree to which the supervisor creates a positive management environment. The ability to motivate employees, preserve high morale, and supervise with fairness and consistency.
  • Leadership – The ability to effectively lead others in achieving stated duties and assignments. The degree to which the manager demonstrates a positive example in leading staff toward achievement of company goals and mission.
  • Employee Development – The degree to which the supervisor encourages employee education, development, and improvement. The level of assistance provided in planning and meeting career goals. An awareness of organizational needs related to employee development.
Knowledge and Skills:
  • Experience – Three years to five years of similar or related experience.
  • Education – A two-year college degree, completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school, or equivalent.
  • Interpersonal Skills – A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact. Work involves extensive personal contact with others and is usually of a personal or sensitive nature. Work may involve motivating, influencing or training others. Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.
  • Good communication and management skills. Ability to motivate staff. Computer keyboard skills. Accurate with numbers and names. Good math skills.

To apply, visit Northcountry’s Job Posting Page

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Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union, with over $355 million in assets, located in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is currently in search of a proven financial services executive to fill the newly created role of Executive Vice President.  Reporting to the President/CEO, this individual will have oversight of the retail operations of the credit union, including the sales & service program and human resources.  Driving service standards through proven leadership skills will be essential in this position.  The ideal candidate will have an extensive background in data analysis, project management and lending.  In addition to overseeing a nine branch infrastructure, the successful candidate will also be heavily involved in process improvement, product development, and the strategic planning process of the credit union.  Ten years of leadership experience coupled with a strong retail and lending background is ideal.  Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred.  Please include reference number 1078 when applying.

With nine branches in Wyoming and Nebraska, Meridian Trust FCU serves more than 26,500 members. The credit union was chartered in 1954, and throughout their history, the mission of the credit union has not changed.  Meridian Trust FCU is committed to offering the best in personal service and the highest-quality financial products at the lowest possible cost through personal connections, simple solutions, and lifetime relationships. The credit union provides easy online account opening, free online bill pay, strong electronic banking tools, and a mobile app allowing members to efficiently manage their finances. Meridian Trust FCU is very active in the community and in 2017 was honored with the four Diamond Awards, which recognize outstanding marketing achievements in the credit union industry.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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Located in Miami, Florida, University Credit Union with $205 million in assets is in search of a seasoned executive to lead their lending operations.  The credit union will look to this individual to oversee a loan portfolio consisting of consumer, mortgage, home equity, small business and participation loans.  This is an opportunity for someone to develop and execute a lending plan and strategy, including product development and loan promotions.  Additionally, this person will be responsible for enhancing the technology used within the lending area and promoting the credit union in the community.  As a part of the executive management team, this individual will be involved in strategic planning and will be responsible for reporting on lending operations to the board of directors.  The ideal candidate will have five plus years of lending experience within a financial institution and a proven ability to promote loan growth.  Bachelor’s degree is required and bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Please include reference number 1080 when applying.

University Credit Union has six branches and six ATMs throughout Dade County, Florida, and serves nearly 18,000 members.  The credit union was established in 1947 to serve the University of Miami faculty, staff, and alumni.  Today, the credit union has branch locations strategically located on or near the university campuses, and is affiliated with the Credit Union Service Corporation with a network of Shared Service Centers offering members access to their accounts worldwide. University CU is committed to providing the best possible financial services to its members at a low cost with favorable rates and overall financial assistance while in constant pursuit of world-class member service.

To apply, contact Katie Blatzer, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8718 or email kblatzer(at)curesources.coop.

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Heritage Family Credit Union currently has the following positions posted on its website:

  • Call Center FSR (Rutland)
  • Compliance Administrator (Rutland)
  • AVP Branch Manager (Manchester)
  • FSR (Manchester)
  • Loss Mitigation Specialist (Rutland)
  • Teller (Ludlow)

To view these positions or to apply, please their jobs page at: https://hfcuvt.companycareersite.com/

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River Valley Credit Union’s Mortgage Department is looking for an experienced individual to join our team in the Springfield, VT branch office.

The Mortgage Loan Processor will work closely with Loan Officers and Underwriters from initial application through post closing for Portfolio, Secondary Market, Home Equity’s and Construction Loans.

  • Responsible for providing support for all mortgage loan processing activities. Ensures loan servicing operations are in accordance with established policies, procedures, and legal requirements. Obtains and verifies necessary information and prepares documents for underwriting and closing review.  Arranges flood zone certification, communicates loan status to all involved parties including buyer, seller, realtor, and title company representatives.  Obtains proof of insurance as required on mortgage loans.  Assists or refers members as necessary.  Ensures services are delivered professionally and efficiently.
  • Reviews and assists with clearance of underwriting conditions which include, but are not limited to income, asset documentation, collateral documentation ensuring loan files meet established guidelines. Orders various reports such as appraisal, flood certifications, title, and title reviews.

Bachelor’s degree in finance, business administration or other business related degree preferred; will consider experience in lieu of degree. Minimum of one year related experience; related work experience in mortgage industry preferred.

To apply, fax or email resume to: Ethan Grimes, VP of Mortgage Lending

FAX: 802-254-2191

email: egrimes(at)rivercu.com

No phone calls please.

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