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  To submit a new position, or to ask us to remove an employment opportunity that is no longer active, please email us.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: 3/24/17.

Licensed Financial Assistant
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/17)
Licensed Financial Assistant
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/17)
Chief Financial Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Chief Financial Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Business Loan Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/10)
Business Loan Officer
Vermont Federal Credit Union (3/10)
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)
Chief Lending Officer
Allegiance Credit Union (2/17)
Chief Lending Officer
Allegiance Credit Union (2/17)
Consumer Loan Production Manager
Vermont Federal Credit Union (2/2)
Consumer Loan Production Manager
Vermont Federal Credit Union (2/2)
Vice President of Lending
Cannon Federal Credit Union (2/2)
Vice President of Lending
Cannon Federal Credit Union (2/2)
Credit Analyst
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (1/27)
Credit Analyst
NorthCountry Federal Credit Union (1/27)
Accountant II
VSECU (1/20)
Accountant II
VSECU (1/20)
Chief Lending Officer
WyHy Federal Credit Union (1/13)
Chief Lending Officer
WyHy Federal Credit Union (1/13)
Vice President of Lending
University Credit Union (1/13)
Vice President of Lending
University Credit Union (1/13)

A Junior Financial Advisor is an integral part of Vermont Federal Investment Services. With financial planning responsibility for the credit union’s members, a Junior 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 Junior 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 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, 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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Vermont Federal Credit Union is currently seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to join our growing team. The chosen candidate will be responsible for taking on a leadership role in financial decision-making that affects the Credit Union and will provide strategic financial input. While keenly overseeing the overall accounting process, the successful CFO will play a key role in developing and implementing financial procedures to improve and maintain the financial health of Vermont Federal Credit Union.

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Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Develops finance organizational strategies by contributing financial and accounting information, analysis, and recommendations to strategic thinking and direction; establishing functional objectives in line with Credit Union’s objectives
  • Develops organization prospects by studying economic trends and revenue opportunities; projecting acquisition and expansion prospects; analyzing organization operations; identifying opportunities for improvement, cost reduction, and systems enhancement; accumulating capital to fund expansion
  • Oversee the Treasury, budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, and regulatory reporting activities
  • Manage Asset Liability Management, including but not limited to, rate forecasts, projections, liquidity, and cash flow
  • Maintain in-depth relations with all members of the management team providing them with technical financial advice and knowledge
  • Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs
  • Effectively and clearly communicate potential risks
  • Manage any third parties to which functions have been outsourced
  • Propose action plans to ensure that annual financial objectives are attained
  • Oversee the investment portfolio maximizing return on invested funds by identifying investment opportunities
  • Maintain awareness of new regulations; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Job Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field (MBA preferred)
  • Professional accounting designation (CA, CMA or CPA)
  • 5+ years of experience in a senior financial managerial position
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Results-oriented, strategic thinker and planner
  • Knowledge of related computer applications
  • Investment expertise in Asset Liability Management (ALM) is a plus
  • Proven leadership in the finance or accounting areas

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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The Business Loan Officer’s primary responsibilities are to drive the success of the credit union’s Business Services area through the origination of small business loans, deposits, and ancillary services.  Emphasis will be on business development, sales and relationship management.

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Major Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Handling of the business loan relationships for Credit Union members including loan interviews, analysis, credit review and memos, compliance and committee presentations.
  • Promote and grow Credit Union business loan portfolio in accordance with established goals.
  • Conduct and coordinate business loan closing.
  • Attend community events to develop new business prospects and promote the Credit Union.
  • Regular follow up with business loan members to continue to provide Credit Union services.
  • Cross sell other Credit Union products.
Job Requirements:
  • 3 plus years of business lending experience
  • Four year college degree or equivalent
  • Credit analysis experience
  • Experience with SBA loans a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills

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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Approaching $260 million in assets, Allegiance Credit Union, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma is seeking an executive to fill the newly created role of Chief Lending Officer.  The executive leadership team will look to this individual to lead the mortgage loan operations and provide strategic oversight of consumer and commercial lending.  Additionally, this individual will champion loan promotions and loan product development for the credit union, strategically bring all lending operations under one department, and provide portfolio and pipeline management.  The ideal candidate will have an extensive mortgage lending background and have a fundamental understanding of consumer lending, including indirect lending and commercial loan operations.  Secondary marketing and collections supervisory experience are also highly desirable skills for the role.  Five plus years of experience in managing lending operations within a financial institution is required.  Please include reference number 1048 when applying.

Allegiance CU serves more than 26,300 members through its four branch locations in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The credit union was chartered in 1963 as Federal Employees Credit Union, and was originally located in the basement of the Federal Courthouse. In 2003, the credit union changed their name to Allegiance Credit Union to reflect their federal heritage, their ability to prevail, and most importantly the devotion of their members. For over 50 years, Allegiance CU has been committed to meeting the needs of its members throughout the area and playing an active role in the community whether it’s supporting local schools, teaching financial literacy, or being involved in health and fitness initiatives.

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:
  • Manages the Consumer Loan Production department to include underwriting, processing and Loan Call Center.
  • Provide lending guidance to all consumer loan officers in the Credit Union branches.
  • Perform loan reviews to include credit decisions, development of proper loan structure, and denials made within the department for soundness of decisions.
  • Interviews, underwrites, approves, and closes consumer loans.
  • Participate in the development of annual loan goals and monitor progress on a regular basis.
  • Develops and implements new loan products to ensure the Credit Union’s competitiveness in the marketplace.
  • Oversees indirect lending including maintaining dealer relationships.
  • Partners with other departments and outside parties on campaigns, projects and initiatives related to consumer loan products.
  • Deliver outstanding service that is in alignment with the Credit Union’s Service Promises.
Job Requirements:
  • 3 or more years of lending experience at a financial institution
  • Analytical ability
  • Leadership skills with management / supervisory experience a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills

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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Cannon Federal Credit Union, located in Clovis, New Mexico with over $65 million in assets, is currently in search of a Vice President of Lending to lead the organization’s loan operations.  Reporting directly to the President/CEO, this individual will be charged with driving a robust consumer loan operation with a progressive indirect lending program.  Additional responsibilities will entail overseeing and growing direct auto loans and a credit card portfolio.  Successful candidate will have an extensive background in consumer loan underwriting, a fundamental understanding of developing loan policy and underwriting criteria, and proven dealer relationship experience.  A background in mortgage lending would bring added value to this role.  The ideal candidate will have 10 plus years of underwriting experience coupled with five plus years of management experience.  A Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred.   Please include reference number 1030 when applying.

Cannon Federal Credit Union has been serving the Clovis, New Mexico area and Cannon Air Force Base since its charter in 1952. With over 7,600 members their mission is to provide their customers with quality, affordable, worldwide financial services through a personalized, technologically-enhanced environment and a unified team of caring professionals dedicated to your financial goals. Today, membership is open to residents of Clovis south of 21st Street, Roosevelt County, employees of the City of Clovis, employees of Clovis Community College, and employees of the City of Clovis. Once a person joins the credit union, they may remain a member for life, even if their relationship to a qualifying organization changes, as long as his or her account remains open. Recently, Cannon Federal Credit Union launched a new online banking platform including mobile banking and the launch of their new mobile application.

To apply, contact Marcus Cotton, VP Executive Recruiting at 832-200-8714 or email mcotton(at)curesources.coop.

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The primary purpose of this position is to assist the membership by reviewing historical and projected data on member business loans/prospects and to use this information to prepare loan packets for loan approvals and renewals. Provide support for loan review and documentation. Recommend approvals/denials for member business loans.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
  • Meet with members, take applications for commercial business loan requests, and complete financial analysis in standard form for all business loan requests.
  • To complete annual reviews of the Member Business Lending portfolio.
  • Track, maintain, review, and renew commercial lines of credit.
  • To continuously and effectively sell and cross-sell all products and services, answer member inquiries, educate members, resolve disputes, and perform a wide variety of other lending transactions.
  • To use computer software and knowledge of accounting methods to interpret many different types of financial reporting methods.
  • To complete financial analysis for loan review on a historical basis, review file documents, recommend files that are missing items or fix files that are not compliant.
  • To prepare miscellaneous reports and investigations including monthly board reports.
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned.
Performance Measurements:
  1. Analytical Skills-The ability to observe, evaluate, summarize, and apply meaningful data in the problem solving process. The level of logical reasoning necessary to connect required actions to desired outcomes. The ability to forecast events based upon current situations. Demonstrated skill in generating alternative solutions to problems.
  2. Compliance-Demonstrates an understanding of and follows established policies, practices, and regulations. The ability to observe and correct areas of non-compliance and assist the credit union in meeting defined standards and requirements.
  3. Productivity-The level of work output or efficiency as compared to a standard or compared to others. The ability to use time and resources well.
  4. Problem Solving-The ability to predict, recognize, and define problems. Skill in generating, selecting, and implementing timely and meaningful solutions.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
Knowledge & Skills:
  • Experience – One to three years of similar or related experience.
  • Education – A two-year college degree or completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school.
  • 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 of 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 ablility to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.
  • Other Skills – Excellent computer skills, including in house email and core system, Word and Excel. Must possess understanding of lending regulations, bankruptcy and collection process. Accurate, detailed self-starter who can exercise independent judgement and make sound lending decisions. Excellent listening, clear verbal, and professional written communication skills.

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

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Basic Job Function:

vsecuThe VSECU Accountant is responsible for daily accounting record maintenance, balancing and reconciling accounts, preparation of routine financial reports, and providing assistance with accounting entries and other department functions.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Perform daily control procedures to ensure financial controls are in balance and functioning properly; investigate and resolve out of balance conditions that occur.  Follow, develop and implement procedures to support daily control processes.
  • Review and analyze financial data in order to prepare reports.  Prepare detailed supporting documentation regarding results of research conducted.
  • Assist the Accounting Manager with financial reporting activities, including:  monthly financial statements, Board of Director reporting and other reports as needed.
  • Participate in the annual external financial audit by assisting with reports, schedules, providing documentation, and responding to questions and requests for information.
  • Prepare daily accounting entries as assigned in a timely, consistent and accurate manner.
  • Serve as primary or secondary administrator for accounts payables for VSECU operations, including:  open and review invoices, enter invoices into the accounts payable system, pay invoices through the system, mail checks, review imaging as needed to verify checks are accurate and that journal entries are correct, follow up on unpaid invoices, verify with departments that expenses for goods and services are approved and received.
  • Serve as primary or secondary administrator for vendor due diligence data base in cooperation with managers in other department.
  • Provide assistance for credit card accounting, student loans, teller reporting and other procedures to assist other staff when coverage or help with work volume is needed.
  • Research and resolve teller processing errors and discrepancies, balancing issues and, assist tellers in resolving errors in order to balance as needed.
  • Conduct and assist with special projects as requested by the Accounting Manager, Finance Offic­er and other managers.
  • Develop and document Accounting policies and procedures as assigned.  Stay informed about accounting requirements for credit unions and the VSECU accounting policies and procedures as well as software or operational information changes that affect the accounting department operations.
  • Assist with cross training other staff on routine duties and responsibilities.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education / Knowledge and Experience:
  • Associates degree related to accounting or business preferred and two to four years experience in an accounting department or a comparable combination of education and experience.
  • Strong computer skills; knowledge of Microsoft Office products and excellent excel spreadsheet skills; familiarity with financial institution software desirable.
  • Familiarity with credit union operations.
Job Competencies:
  • Good knowledge of accounting procedures, including double entry bookkeeping and internal control procedures.
  • Ability to manage information and data and prepare a wide range of financial reports.
  • Ability to research and problem solve issues with entries, accounts, and other financial records.
  • Good organizational skills and the ability to be multi-tasked and comfortable working under pressure, self motivated and able to work in a team environment.
  • Good communication skills to deal with internal and external contacts.
  • Good business writing skills.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others to identify, recommend and implement opportunities for increased efficiency in the Accounting Department.

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 repeated motion.  Stretching breaks are required to avoid injury.

Visit their website to apply: http://www.vsecu.com/careers.

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WyHy Federal Credit Union, with $215 million in assets, located in Cheyenne, Wyoming is currently in search of a Chief Lending Officer to champion their loan program.  This individual will be responsible for overseeing a diverse portfolio consisting of consumer, mortgage and small business loans.  Responsibilities will include portfolio management and analysis, product development and vendor management.  The successful candidate will oversee underwriting and collections, be responsible for leading technological advancements within the lending area, providing strong leadership through coaching and mentoring, and streamline departmental operations and processes.  The ideal candidate will have an extensive background in consumer lending, exposure to mortgage and small business lending, strong credit experience and proven leadership skills.  Five plus years of experience managing a loan operation within a financial institution is required. Please include reference number 1044 when applying.

WyHy Federal Credit Union has two branches in Cheyenne and Casper, Wyoming and serves more than 13,800 members.  The credit union was chartered in December 1953 for Wyoming Highway Department employees and their families. The founding fathers believed in the credit union philosophy: to consider each member’s situation individually and provide prompt financial advice to help members manage their finances. Today, WyHy has continued to grow by signing up additional businesses called Select Employer Groups (SEGs) for membership eligibility. The credit union is very active in the community and participates in many events including the Board of Realtors Adopt a Family Program, Cell Phones for Soldiers, Casper & Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, Cheyenne Schools Foundation, and many more.

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 $200 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 1046 when applying.

University Credit Union has five branches and eight ATMs throughout Dade County, Florida, and serves more than 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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