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  To submit a new position, or to ask us to remove an employment opportunity that is no longer active, please email us.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: 5/26/17.

President / CEO / Manager
Central Vermont Medical Center, Inc. Credit Union (5/26)
President / CEO / Manager
Central Vermont Medical Center, Inc. Credit Union (5/26)
Mortgage Closing Specialist
Vermont State Employees Credit Union (5/12)
Mortgage Closing Specialist
Vermont State Employees Credit Union (5/12)
Maintenance Tech
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Maintenance Tech
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Member Resource Specialist / Call Center Rep
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Member Resource Specialist / Call Center Rep
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Chief Information Officer
People's Trust Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Chief Information Officer
People's Trust Federal Credit Union (4/28)
President / CEO
My Healthcare Federal Credit Union (4/28)
President / CEO
My Healthcare Federal Credit Union (4/28)
Branch Consumer Loan Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (4/14)
Branch Consumer Loan Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (4/14)
Licensed Financial Advisor
Vermont Federal Credit Union (4/7)
Licensed Financial Advisor
Vermont Federal Credit Union (4/7)
President/CEO
Sunlight Federal Credit Union (3/10)
President/CEO
Sunlight Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Director of Lending
Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Director of Lending
Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Mortgage and Commercial Originator
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (3/3)
Mortgage and Commercial Originator
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (3/3)
Vice President of Finance and e-Services
PrimeWay Federal Credit Union (3/3)
Vice President of Finance and e-Services
PrimeWay Federal Credit Union (3/3)

Central Vermont Medical Center Inc., Credit Union, with over $12 million in assets, is seeking a seasoned executive to replace their retiring President / CEO / Manager.  Working in partnership with the board of directors, you will be charged with overseeing the management team and staff, maintaining the financial strength of the organization, strategically leading the credit union and promoting sustainable growth.

Additionally, the President / CEO / Manager will be looked upon to ensure operational compliance, foster asset and loan growth, and promote the organization within its’ field of membership.  Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business is highly desirable.  Expertise in one or more of the following areas is preferred: consumer lending, risk-based lending, member development, marketing, or electronic services. General understanding of business dynamics and operations.

Please send resumes to: Susana Williams, CVMC Inc., Credit Union, P.O. Box 547,  Barre, VT 05641 or email Susana(at)cvmccu.org

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Basic Job Function:

The VSECU Mortgage Specialist is responsible for monitoring the day-to-day activities in the closing area.  In addition, the Mortgage Closing Specialist will act as settlement agent for VSECU home equity loan closings.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Ensure that the scheduling, preparation and execution of the closing transaction flows smoothly for our members and third party vendors.
  • Act as settlement agent for home equity loans closings, including the coordination and follow-up of disbursements and paperwork, and other necessary steps.
  • Execute the set up of mortgage loan information,  ensuring all documentation is complete and in accordance  with compliance and quality control requirements; review documents to ensure commitment conditions have been properly met and that all necessary information is in order for the closing process.
  • Work with settlement agents, members and attorneys to rectify any title issues that may arise during the title search process.
  • Monitor loan closing schedule to ensure that the needs and expectations of all parties are met in a timely and reasonable manner.
  • Facilitate the loan closing process by troubleshooting potential or actual closing barriers.
  • Act as a liaison with the settlement agents to communicate Credit Union policy changes and any other pertinent information. Recruit settlement agents for new territories as needed.
  • Coordinate with settlement agents regarding credit union policy changes and other pertinent information; locate settlement agents for new territories as needed.
  • Stay informed about mortgage processing standards, compliance and regulatory requirements.
  • Respond to closing related questions from originators, processors and other VSECU staff.
  • Train mortgage closing staff on duties related to the closing functions and other aspects of the mortgage process, including compliance, quality control and internal policies and procedures.
  • Assist with training mortgage processing staff on duties related to closing functions.
  • Assist the mortgage department and origination staff as needed.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education / Knowledge and Experience
  • Associates degree in business or a related field preferred with four to six years experience in a financial institution or other experience in mortgage processing, or a comparable combination of education and experience.
  • Experience and skills related to credit union operations and loan processing, with closing experience required.
Job Competencies:
  • Responsibility to independently and accurately perform all settlement agent duties.
  • Competent knowledge and understanding of mortgage lending procedures, regulations, real estate law, mortgage and home equity underwriting, and processing.
  • Strong organizational, multi-tasking, data and information managing, writing and member service skills required.
  • Excellent communication skills to deal with internal and external contacts.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of mortgage lending procedures, regulation, standards and processes.
  • Competent knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office products and financial systems programs.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others to identify, recommend and implement opportunities for increased efficiency in the Loan Product Operations unit.
  • Ability to work efficiently and quickly in a fast paced environment and to work overtime when loan volumes require extra effort.
Working Conditions

This position requires sitting for long periods of time and working primarily at a workstation or desk.  Daily tasks include extensive use of a computer performing standard keyboard functions, requiring some repetitive motion. Stretching breaks are required to avoid injury.

Visit their website to apply: https://www.vsecu.com/about/careers/openings

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Perform ongoing maintenance, repairs and assist with special projects to maintain Credit Union facilities and building systems in excellent condition and provide a safe, clean and welcoming environment for members and staff.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
  • Perform or assist with building renovations and upgrades which may include taking down and building walls, installing cabinets and doors, moving furniture, removing debris, taping and painting, etc.
  • Perform maintenance repairs such as changing light bulbs, touch-up painting, adjusting or rehanging doors, hanging bulletin boards, etc.
  • When appropriate, work with HVAC vendors, electricians and plumbers to perform preventative maintenance and resolve issues with building maintenance systems.
  • Complete grounds work at Swift Street branch, and at other branches as assigned, which may include lawn mowing, sweeping, raking, maintaining landscaping, and removing snow and ice from walks and driveways, etc.
  • Clean floors, restrooms, stairs, etc. on an as-needed basis, for example, if cleaning services is unavailable.
  • Complete special projects on an as needed basis.
  • Work with Building Facilities Coordinator to respond to respond to staff requests for emergency assistance.
  • Follow safety standards which comply with NorthCountry, State and Federal guidelines.
Performance Measurements:
  1. Problem Solving- The ability to predict, recognize, and define problems. Skill in generating, selecting, and implementing timely and meaningful solutions. 25%
  2. Budget Development and Control-The degree to which the individual projects, develops, and meets budgets, in accordance with company financial guidelines and controls. 10%
  3. 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. 25%
  4. Dependability-The degree of follow-through on assignments. The degree to which the employee can be counted on to complete assignments in a timely and competent manner. The degree to which the employee is self-directed, takes initiative, and is proactive. 25%
  5. Quality-The level of ability to perform work assignments free from mistakes or errors. 15%
Knowledge & Skills:
  • Experience – Three years to five years of related experience including construction, landscaping and finish carpentry.  Proficiency in plastering, drywall installation and painting. Basic understanding of HVAC systems.
  • Education – A high school education or GED.
  • Interpersonal Skills -Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job. Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the organization for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.
  • Other Skills – Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Physical Requirements – Regularly lift 25 to 50 pounds and occasionally up to 100 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs and use a ladder.

To apply, visit: https://www2.appone.com/Search/Search.aspx?ServerVar=northcountryfederalcreditunion.appone.com

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To create a world class experience for all members reaching us via phone, email or chat by building rapport, determining needs, and offering creative solutions to best serve their needs in a single transaction.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
  • Assist members and employees with phone calls, emails, and web chats; answer questions about products and services; resolve problems aligned with levels of authority; when necessary, make recommendations and escalate to the next level supervisor.
  • Make decisions that align with the credit union’s core values while adhering to policies and procedures.
  • Be proficient in all credit union products and services, including but not limited to teller transactions, on-line/mobile banking, account opening, IRA’s.
  • Cross-sell credit union products and services that offer additional value to members.
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned.
Performance Measurements:
  1. Teamwork & Cooperation – The degree to which individuals promote a collaborative, cooperative, and productive working environment. The level of demonstrated sensitivity, team building, support, and respect. The degree of synergy promoted.
  2. 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.
  3. Decision-Making/Judgment – The ability to make prudent decisions that are timely, well researched, and reflect awareness of impact.
  4. Accountability – The degree to which one is answerable and responsible for actions and performance either individually or on a team.
  5. Follow Through -The demonstration of reliability and a full commitment to complete assigned responsibilities with minimal supervision. A willingness to take responsibility for actions, solve problems as they arise, keep all parties fully informed, and stay with a job through all stages of completion.
  6. 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.
Knowledge & Skills:
  • Experience – One year to three years of similar or related experience.
  • Education -(1) A two year college degree or (2) Completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) Completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program.
  • Interpersonal Skills – Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job. Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the organization for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.

To apply, visit: https://www2.appone.com/Search/Search.aspx?ServerVar=northcountryfederalcreditunion.appone.com

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People’s Trust Federal Credit Union, located in Houston, Texas with over $500 million in assets is currently in search of Chief Information Officer to lead the technological operations of the organization.  In this role, you will be leading a team supporting networking, systems, application development, telecommunications, security, and special projects.  Additionally, you will be looked upon to foster a proactive environment and support the needs of internal and external customers/members. As the organization’s expert in technology, the leadership team will look to this individual to formulate and fulfill strategic technology plans, as well as demonstrate tactical support in achieving these initiatives.  Being in a project rich environment, the successful candidate will have strong leadership and project management skills coupled with a minimum of 10 years of experience leading technology operations for a financial institution.  Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred.  Please include reference number 1058 when applying.

In 1935, 196 Shell Employees came together with $5 each and chartered Shell Employees Federal Credit Union with a total of $980 in assets. At that time, loans were limited to $50 each and deposits to $200. In 2005, the credit union changed their name to People’s Trust Federal Credit Union and opened their doors to friends and neighbors within the City of Houston. Today, almost 80 years later, People’s Trust FCU has over 31,400 members and seven locations within the Houston City limits. People’s Trust FCU offers a full range of competitive financial products and services, information for members to make well-informed decisions, and personalized service.

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

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Exceeding $25 million in assets, My Healthcare Federal Credit Union, Located in Gainesville, Florida is currently in search of a new President/CEO.  The board of directors is seeking a proven executive with the ability to enhance operational efficiencies, strengthen regulatory relationships, energize staff, and provide a strategic vision for the future.  The successful candidate will be able to perform on both the tactical and strategic level with the credit union, and will be looked upon to promote membership growth and advance the lending operations through a robust marketing strategy in the community.  The ideal candidate will have five plus years of leadership experience, a fundamental understanding of overall credit union operations, strong relationship management skills, and the ability to ensure and maintain regulatory compliance.  Please include reference number 1056 when applying.

Since 1974, My Healthcare Federal Credit Union has been committed to providing members with financial services and products that best fit their needs. The credit union was formed under the name of North Florida HCA Federal Credit Union, and was originally chartered to serve the healthcare community of North Florida Regional Medical Center. Since then, My Healthcare FCU has expanded its membership services to several healthcare facilities in Florida plus two in Virginia, and serves over 4,400 members. In 2010, Florida Healthcare Credit Union merged into My Healthcare FCU, further extending the very best in financial services to all of the members of both credit unions.

To apply, contact Jaime Jordan, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8717 or email jjordan(at)curesources.coop.

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Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • This position is located in our Middlebury Branch
  • Interview member loan applicants to develop information concerning their loan needs, earnings and financial condition.
  • Recommend loan options to members and keep member informed of status of loan.
  • Analyze current financial position of members to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit or lending money.
  • Follows current loans to ensure compliance with terms and coordinates with collections when appropriate.
  • Prepares and/or reviews and disburses all loans.  Checks documents for completeness, accuracy and overall quality.  Establishes the terms and conditions of an approved loan and reviews them with the member.
  • Provides support in the residential lending area as well as opening accounts and assisting branch staff as needed.
Job Requirements:
  • Three to five years of similar or related experience.
  •  Courtesy, tact and diplomacy are essential elements.
  • Must be able to work occasional weekend hours.

Visit their website to apply: www.vermontfederal.org. Be sure to attach your resume as applications without an attached resume will be considered incomplete.

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A Licensed Financial Advisor is an integral part of Vermont Federal Investment Services. With financial planning responsibility for the credit union’s members, a Licensed Financial Advisor learns to be an advisor – first, by assisting in building the business while allowing the Senior Advisor to focus on advising the clients. A successful Licensed Financial Advisor may then move up to advising clients, dependent on licensing, experience and expertise.

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Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Support Vermont Federal Investment Services (VFIS) division and Senior Financial Advisor
  • Support staff in pre-client and post-client meeting processing work as well as do the work personally
  • Schedule client appointments
  • Attend client meetings – recommend investment products and services that are suitable for prospects and clients based on their objectives, resources, time horizon, risk profile and preferences
  • Monitor and follow up with all action items from client meetings and work related notes with members of staff, Senior Financial Advisor or clients
  • Perform administrative duties for department
  • Serve as liaison for Credit Union interdepartmental communication
  • Solicit clients actively through mail, referrals, and community functions
  • Assist in the development of promotions, presenting financial planning seminars, lunch-and-learn workshops
  • Assist in the development of online content and quarterly e-newsletters to clients
  • Maintain proper documentation following preset guidelines established by compliance and management
  • Comply with all industry rules and regulations
  • Deliver outstanding service that is in alignment with the Credit Union’s Service Promises
Job Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills; strong typing and note taking skills, including being able to transcribe client meeting notes efficiently and accurately
  • Exceptional organizational skills; ability to multi-task in dynamic environment, and attention to detail
  • Hold FINRA Series 7 license (preferred) or FINRA Series 66 License
  • Some travel to all Vermont Federal Credit Union branches will be required

Visit their website to apply: www.vermontfederal.org. Be sure to attach your resume as applications without an attached resume will be considered incomplete.

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Sunlight Federal Credit Union, with over $103 million in assets, located just outside of Yellowstone National Park in beautiful Cody, Wyoming, is seeking a seasoned executive to replace their retiring President/CEO.  Working in partnership with the board of directors, you will be charged with overseeing the management team and staff, maintaining the financial strength of the organization, strategically leading the credit union and promoting sustainable growth.  Additionally, the President/CEO will be looked upon to ensure operational compliance, manage enterprise risk, foster asset and loan growth, and promote the organization in the community.  The ideal candidate will be well versed in overall credit union operations and have five plus years of executive leadership experience within a performing credit union.  Bachelor’s degree preferred. Please include reference number 1054 when applying.

Sunlight Federal Credit Union has four branches in Cody, Powell, Worland, and Sheridan, Wyoming serving more than 10,900 members. Chartered in 1953, Sunlight Federal Credit Union is committed to providing quality and convenient services to meet the financial needs of its members. The credit union offers a variety of products and services such as a mobile app, safety deposit boxes, credit cards, and a variety of loans.

To apply, contact Jaime Jordan, Executive Recruiter at 832-200-8717 or email jjordan(at)curesources.coop.

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Holding more than $70 million in assets, located in Malvern, Arkansas, Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union is in search of a senior manager to act as their Director of Lending.  In this role you will be responsible for a portfolio consisting of mortgage, consumer, indirect and credit card products.  Responsibilities will include overseeing underwriting, implementing process improvements, loan portfolio management, driving loan volume, product development, risk assessment and compliance, and collections.  Successful candidate will have a diverse lending background, proven leadership abilities and five plus years of experience managing a loan portfolio and staff within a financial institution.  Experience with secondary marketing and subprime lending is a plus.  Please include reference number 1052 when applying.

Diamond Lakes FCU has three branches located in Malvern and Hot Springs, Arkansas and serves more than 10,900 members. Chartered in 1960, the credit union was originally called the Jones Mills Federal Credit Union to serve the employees of the Reynolds Metals Reduction Plant. Today, membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school, or regularly does business in Garland, Hot Spring, Clark, Grant, Montgomery or Pike Counties or Hot Springs Village. Diamond Lakes FCU is committed to encouraging member savings and providing reasonably priced financial products and personal member service while maintaining financial stability.

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

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The primary purpose of this position is to assist members with the origination of mortgage and/or commercial loans, analyze loan requests and work closely with the Mortgage Department Manager and Director of Credit Administration to make credit decisions based on lending policy.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
  • Take applications for both mortgage and commercial loans. Review applications for completeness and collect all necessary information to begin the loan process.
  • Perform initial credit review in order to provide a clear understanding of the applicant’s credit profile. This will include getting explanations for credit challenges and getting needed background information on applicants with limited traditional credit experience. For mortgages, the Loan Officer will take it through the lock process. For member business loans- the file will then get transferred to the Member Business Lending Department
  • Assist members with questions during the process and close loans as needed.
  • Cross sell other credit union services both personal and commercial as applicable.
  • Performs other job related duties as assigned.
Performance Measurements:
  1. Attention to detail – The level at which tasks are performed carefully, accurately, and in accordance with specific instructions. Consistency of work quality and compliance with standards, requirements, and expectations. The tracking of numerical data and detailed organizational information, and the careful application of grammar, spelling, and punctuation rules.
  2. Policy Compliance – The degree to which the employee has a knowledge of and complies with organizational policies.
  3. 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.
  4. Follow Through – The demonstration of reliability and a full commitment to complete assigned responsibilities with minimal supervision. A willingness to take responsibility for actions, solve problems as they arise, keep all parties fully informed, and stay with a job through all stages of completion.
  5. Creativity – The ability to generate new ideas, concepts, processes, actions, or solutions which are original, useful, unusual, and appropriate to the situation. The degree to which preconceived assumptions can be discarded and new possibilities imagined.
  6. Problem Solving – The ability to predict, recognize, and define problems. Skill in generating, selecting, and implementing timely and meaningful solutions.
  7. 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.
Knowledge & Skills:
  • Experience – Three years to five years of similar or related experience.
  • Education – (1) A two year college degree or (2) Completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) Completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program.
  • 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.
  • Other Skills – Must have experience in analyzing business financial statements and assessing the viability of businesses; must have excellent communication and PR skills; ability to use related software required.

To apply, email all relevant information to hr(at)northcountry.org.

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PrimeWay Federal Credit Union, located in Houston, Texas with over $460 million in assets is currently in search of a Vice President of Finance and e-Services.  In this role you will be responsible financial reporting, budgeting, supporting plastic products, home banking and bill pay, remote deposit operations, electronic payments, and providing member service.  Additionally, you will be charged with creating efficiencies within the departments, product enhancement and coaching and mentoring a very capable staff.  The successful candidate will have a solid foundation in accounting/finance, and be well versed in e-services and e-commerce support operations.  Five plus years of related experience, proven leadership skills and strong vendor management experience are required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred. Please include reference number 1050 when applying.

PrimeWay Federal Credit Union serves over 47,000 members and over 150 employers in Houston, Fort Bend, Washington, and most of Harris County in Texas. Chartered in 1937, PrimeWay has enjoyed a long history as a reliable and trustworthy credit union in the Houston area. PrimeWay has been nationally recognized among the top 101 “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” by the National Association of Business Resources through its management style coined as “CARING” (compassion, accountability, real value, integrity, new ideas, and guidance). The objective of the CARING management style is to put the credit union’s members first, raise company morale and enthusiasm and focus on long term versus short term results, creating a one-of-a-kind company culture backed by better earnings.

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

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