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Credit Union Compliance Consultant:  Heartland Credit Union Association

The Heartland Credit Union Association is seeking an experienced regulatory compliance expert to research, perform analysis, and answer questions from credit unions regarding state and federal laws, regulations, and other compliance issues.  Provides information and guidance to credit unions on compliance issues.  Drafts responses to regulatory calls for comment on proposed laws and regulations.  Assists in the creation, development, and delivery of compliance-based training for credit unions in Missouri and Kansas.  Writes articles for newsletters and special releases of a technical, regulatory, and operational nature. 

Bachelor degree in political science or management or related field and two years credit union experience or equivalent experience required.  Law degree is a plus. Thorough knowledge of the legislative and regulatory processes at the federal and state level required.  Must comprehend technical information and be able to disseminate the information in a user-friendly format.  Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills are required.  In-depth knowledge of credit union operations is desired.  Travel of approximately 25% required. 

We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefit package.  Send resume with salary requirements via email.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Exp. 08/31/16


Lending Coordinator (Underwriter): 1st Financial Federal Credit Union (Wentzville, MO)

The primary function of this position is to assist 1st Financial Federal Credit Union to achieve our mission of saving member’s money, making member’s money and saving member’s time. One of the primary means to achieve this end is to ensure that outstanding service is delivered to both internal and external members.  This position will underwrite consumer (which includes our indirect auto loans) and home equity loans according to credit union guidelines.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Responsible for delivering a high level of member service to internal and external members in alignment with the credit union’s Service Promises.
  2. Responsible for underwriting consumer and home equity loans.
  3. Build and maintain positive working relationships with dealer finance managers, dealer relations manager, and credit union branch network to provide excellent service. (High volume of telephone contact.)
  4. Communicate with other underwriters to ensure consistency in loan decisions and compliance with underwriting and regulatory guidelines.
  5. Work with other credit union departments to ensure that the workflow or process is providing the best service to the members.
  6. Act as back up for verifying accuracy of loan packages we receive for funding, notify dealers of missing documents and file Notice of Liens.
  7. Exercise independent judgment and critical thinking to resolve issues, suggest improvements, and embrace new ideas.
  8. Process Loan Corrections as needed
  9. Review/Verify Subsequent Action Forms from Branches &  Member Service Department
  10. Answer incoming phone calls
  11. Perform other duties as assigned.
  12. Create and process deeds of release from closed loan report and requests from plastics dept.
  13. Process home equity loans by verifying taxes, income, and homeowners insurance before ordering letter reports, appraisals, and flood certificates.
  14. Record the deed of trust and prepare documents for closing.
  15. Re-approve loans for funding when changes are made in processing.
  16. Prepare subordination's as requested from other financial institutions.
  17. Verifying income and other items before loans are contracted.
  18. Expiring lines of credit and sending adverse action letters to member.
  19. Process exceptions as needed for approvals.
  20. Participate in Team Underwriting meeting (Making phones calls, group decision).
  21. Review the audit report and make any corrections.
  22. Attend and participate in Credit Union training and meetings.
  23. Other duties and special projects, as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Experience

High school diploma or equivalent plus two or more years of underwriting consumer and home equity loans is required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Interested candidates please reply via email.

Exp. 8/19/16


President/CEO: PSE Credit Union (Cleveland, OH)

With approximately $125 million in assets, PSE Credit Union, located in the Cleveland, Ohio metropolitan area, is currently in search of an executive to replace their retiring President/CEO.  The board of directors is seeking an individual that will bring a progressive and dynamic strategic vision to the organization.  They will look to the incoming CEO to expand credit union awareness in the community, develop a robust investment strategy, enhance marketing and business development initiatives and drive a cultural shift within the credit union to promote a sales and service culture.

Additionally, this individual will be looked upon to drive and execute the strategic planning process and implement policies for sustainable loan growth.  The successful candidate will have five plus years of experience in a senior leadership role within a financial institution, proven coaching and mentoring skills, and a history of driving strategic initiatives.

Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred.

Interested candidates, please send your resume via email.  Please include reference number 1022 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL:  With six locations throughout Cuyahoga County, PSE CU has $125 million in assets and serves nearly 20,000 members. Since 1955, PSE CU has been committed to providing personal, professional, and priced-right financial solutions for every stage of their members’ lives. The credit union currently serves the staff and students of the Parma, North Royalton, and Strongsville School Systems, the city workers in several surrounding cities (Parma, Parma Heights, Strongsville, Seven Hills, and North Royalton), and the employees of more than 200 other organizations. PSE CU believes in providing a pathway to your success, and when opening an account at the credit union, you become a lifetime member and partial owner.

Exp. 9/14/16


Chief Financial Officer:  Latah Federal Credit Union (Moscow, ID)

Approaching $90 million in assets, Latah Federal Credit Union, located in Moscow, Idaho is in search of a Chief Financial Officer to structure their finance and accounting operations.  Reporting directly to the President/CEO, this individual will be tasked with bringing external accounting functions in-house, developing operating procedures, structuring the department and building a cohesive staff.  In this role you will be responsible for overseeing processing, financial reporting, asset liability management, budgeting, and managing the investment portfolio.  The successful candidate will have a hands-on approach to managing financial operations, direct experience in working with auditors, a fundamental understanding of GAAP and exposure to evaluating participation loans.  The ideal candidate will have five plus years of management experience within a financial institution, strong leadership and coaching skills, and a diverse background in accounting and finance. Please include reference number 1028 when applying.

Interested candidates, please send your resume via email.  Please include reference number 1028 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL:  With 5 branches in Latah and Benewah county, Latah FCU is approaching $90 million in assets and serves nearly 7,000 members. Membership at the credit union is open to all who live, work, volunteer, worship, do business in, or go to school in Latah County and to students enrolled in a unified program of study at the University of Idaho. The credit union was chartered in 1969, and is committed to be the financial institution of choice to all within their field of membership by providing products and services that enhance the quality of their member’s lives. The credit union’s main focus is to provide their members with user friendly account services and quality personal services, while providing competitive financial services.

Exp. 9/14/16


Loan Officer/Processor:  Foundation Credit Union (Springfield, MO)

Foundation Credit Union is seeking a Loan Officer/Processor. This position will learn all aspects of consumer loans, and assist in compliance related to policy and procedures of the loan department. Foundation Credit Union employees understand the need to provide warm, friendly service, and thrive in an environment built on teamwork and respect for others.

Duties: Provide administrative assistance to loan officers and staff

  • Grant/Process loans
  • Track and review insurance documentation associated with loans
  • Summiting NOL’s, Application for Title, Lien Releases to the Department of Revenue
  • Assemble and verify accuracy of loan files and documentation
  • Filing
  • Compile and mail paid paperwork to members

Skills: Strong math, communication, keyboarding, and reasoning skills are required

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
  • Language Skills: ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos; ability to effectively present information to others
  • Mathematical Skills: ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. 
  • Reasoning Skills: ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form; must be able to address problems logically and calmly.

Experience and Skills:

  • Available to work flexible hours Monday through Friday
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Previous loan experience preferred
  • Professional Appearance and Grooming
  • Dependable and Punctual
  • The successful candidate must have minimum of two years of experience with financial        background

Interested candidates need to apply in person Monday - Friday, 9:00 a,n, to 4:30 p.m. at:

Foundation Credit Union
1726 W. Elfindale St.
Springfield Mo 65807

Exp. 8/22/16


Branch Manager: Community Financial Credit Union (Springfield, MO)

Who We Are: We like to think we’re a little different here at Community Financial Credit Union, but frankly, we think different is good. Unlike the big banks, we’re a not-for-profit. We’re in business to make our community better and serve the common good.

Culture is a big deal here, and we’re rolling up our sleeves and doing what it takes to make CFCU an awesome place to work. For us, that means banking doesn’t need to be boring, and neither does working here. We want to serve our community, be awesome to each other, ready for whatever comes our way, and hungry to learn and grow as people and professionals. And we want to have fun while we do it.

About the Gig: As a Branch Manager, first and foremost, you’re a leader. You’ll set the tone for the team by creating a context within which our unique culture can flourish and thrive. Your positive attitude and ability to accept your own imperfections will make it safe for your team be human too, and you’ll lead the way in making the workplace fun for your team. You’ll solve problems together by being resourceful and creative, and you’ll cultivate an environment where people are learning from you and each other regularly. You’ll work tirelessly at making sure your team is working well together, knowing that a happy and healthy team is much more likely to be a high-performing team.

There’s also a branch to operate. Under the leadership of our VP of Branch Operations, you’ll be responsible for managing the branch’s operations in such a way that it is increasingly efficient, profitable, and visible within the community.

What You’ve Got to Bring to the Gig: 

  • A desire to buy into and live our distinct culture
  • At least two years of retail branch leadership/management experience in a financial institution, and at least five years overall experience in a financial institution
  • Demonstrated success building healthy, happy, high-performing teams
  • Flexibility related to days/hours. Must be available Saturdays.
  • High school diploma/GED

Interested candidates submit your resume via email.

Exp.  08/21/16


Financial Service Consultant: First Community Credit Union (St. Louis, MO)

Full-time Financial Service Consultants are needed at many St. Louis area Wal-Mart locations . Financial Service Consultants process financial transactions and answer questions for members regarding their account or the credit union. Must be friendly and have an outgoing personality. Cash handling experience and stable work history is preferred.

The hours are 8:15 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, Saturday 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The staff will work a 4 day work week.

Please visit http://www.firstcommunity.com/about-us/career-opportunities.html to see a complete list of locations hiring.

Interested candidates should send a resume via email.

First Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA/D/V), offering an excellent benefits package, a friendly work environment and career opportunities.

Exp. 09/07/16


Full-Time Teller: Unity One Credit Union (Fort Worth, TX)

Proficiency in Spanish and a minimum of one year cash-handling experience are required. Stellar customer service and strong communication skills are a must. Qualified candidate will be able to efficiently process and accurately perform financial transactions requested by members and answer inquiries related to their accounts and the credit union's services in a pleasant, friendly, and professional manner. Pay good attention to detail Possess the ability to follow strict procedures and policies sales experience is a plus. Willingly provides backup for or assists other personnel, as necessary to keep work current, meet deadlines, or spread the workload equitably. In other words, be a team player!

Each employee is required to volunteer a minimum of eight hours per year for Credit Union sponsored community service projects.

Interested candidates should send a resume via email.

Exp. 08/30/16


Call Center Representative:  First Community Credit Union (Chesterfield, MO)

There is an immediate opening in our Call Center, located at our corporate office in Chesterfield. Duties include answering inbound calls, basic financial transactions, as well as opening new accounts, CDs, and IRAs. The ideal candidate will enjoy helping people and have great communication skills. Must be friendly and have an outgoing personality.

The hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. If working a Saturday the employee will receive a day off during the week.

Interested candidates should send a resume via email.

First Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA/D/V), offering an excellent benefits package, a friendly work environment and career opportunities.

Exp. 09/07/16​


Quality Assessment Specialist: Heartland Credit Union (Hutchinson, KS)

Heartland Credit Union (formerly Hutchinson Credit Union) has locations in Hutchinson, Haven, Newton and Wichita. We are growing and currently looking for a Quality Assessment Specialist to join our compliance team! Looking for a detailed oriented person looking to grow professionally with our credit union. This person will be responsible for improving the quality and accuracy of service delivery, member records, and credit union data.

DUTIES

  • Reviews, monitors, and reports core output of credit union operations.
  • Reviews credit union documents and records for evidence of fraud, deficiencies in controls or employee performance, extravagance, or noncompliance with established policies.
  • Verifies, samples, reviews, confirms, and reports in such areas of operations activities and loan processes.
  • Produces lending reports to ensure accuracy and identify trends.
  • Analyzes data to ensure accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ensures compliance with federal regulations and established company policies and procedures.
  • Verifies consistencies for policies and procedures across departments and branches.
  • Pro-actively supports and promotes a superior service environment.
  • Attends and participates in meetings and training as required.
  • Actively contributes to positive, professional working environment.
  • Assists in other areas as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Certifications:

  •   Bachelor degree in related field or commensurate experience required.

Experience:

  • At least two years of experience working at a financial institution or similar/related experience preferred.

Other Requirements:

  • Valid driver's license.
  • Will be required to complete curriculum and testing to become a certified CUNA Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) after hired.

Skills:

  • Solid analytical and problem-solving abilities including the ability to probe sensitive issues while maintaining the highest level of tact, integrity and objectivity.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work and handle multiple tasks concurrently.
  • Excellent decision making skills.
  • Effective organizational skills with a strong attention to detail.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills.
  • Good public relations abilities.
  • Ability to work well independently as well as part of a team.
  • Able to operate all related computer software applications, telephone, and basic business machines.
  • Advance knowledge of MS Excel preferred.
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To apply visit Heartland Credit Union and find "Careers" at the top of the page.

Exp. 7/16/16


Business Development Officer: Heartland Credit Union (Wichita, KS)

Heartland Credit Union has locations in Hutchinson, Haven, Newton and Wichita. We have an immediate opening for a full time Business Development Officer for the Wichita area. This person will occasionally travel to Kansas City for business opportunities as well.

DUTIES

The primary duty of the Business Development Officer is to drive opportunities and revenue by building relationships with potential automotive dealers, business and community partners, and forming strong relationships with branch managers and other branch staff. The successful person will be responsible for:

  • Plan and conduct sales presentations to prospective community partners and clients.
  • Actively pursue prospects for new accounts and seeks opportunities to increase existing ones.
  • Conduct regular sales calls to develop relationships and follow up on leads.
  • Ensures that sales and development goals are met and exceeded.
  • Implement and personally lead strategies for establishing new indirect lending relationships. Establish and maintain long-term customer relationships with existing automotive dealerships through consistent communication and site visits.
  • Works with branch staff to identify opportunities for services, marketing events and distribution channels that will lead to an increase in sales.
  • Implementation and input in sales strategy and planning by management.
  • Ensure members and prospective members are promptly and professionally served.
  • Provide general HCU information and cross-sells HCU products and services.
  • Attend meetings and training sessions as required.
  • Pro-actively support and advance HCU's brand platform.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • College degree and/or two years of equivalent experience.

Experience:

  • Minimum of two years proven sales/marketing experience.

Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal and public relations skills.
  • Excellent sales abilities.
  • Good organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent leadership abilities.
  • Self-Starter, with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision to establish priorities, activities, and specific direction.
  • Analytical and strategic thinking.
  •  

Other Requirements:

  • Valid driver's license.

Physical Requirements:

  • Required to sit, stand, and walk.
  • Exerts up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally.

To apply go to Heartland Credit Union and find "Careers" at the top of the page.

Exp. 6/16/16


Commercial Loan Officer:Heartland Credit Union (Wichita, KS)

We are growing and looking for an experienced Commercial Loan Officer for the Wichita area. Looking for a motivated individual who enjoys customer service and sales.

DUTIES

  • Responsible for promoting HCU commercial products and services as a professional sales representative to all assigned existing and prospective accounts.
  • Conducts sales calls to seek the placement of product and services.
  • Responsible for receiving, reviewing, and evaluating commercial/business loan requests.
  • Meets with applicants to explain credit policies and to obtain loan information and documentation.
  • Monitors and reviews construction and development loans.
  • Serves commercial members and potential members promptly and professionally.
  • Provides general HCU information and cross sells services.
  • Assists Commercial Loan personnel as needed.
  • Pro-actively supports and promotes a superior service environment.
  • Builds relationships with staff and business members.
  • Represents Heartland at community events.
  • Attends and participates in meetings and training as required.
  • Actively contributes to positive, professional working environment.
  • Assists in other areas as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Certifications:

  • Minimum two-year college degree in business or related field; or equivalent experience.

Experience:

  • At least two years of commercial/business lending experience preferred.

Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal and public relations skills.
  • Strong sales background.
  • Solid Interviewing
  • Excellent supervisory and leadership abilities.

Other Requirements:

  • Valid driver's license.

Physical Requirements:

  • Sedentary work. Ability to lift up to 10 lbs. occasionally.

To apply go to Heartland Credit Union and find "Careers" at the top of the page.

Exp. 7/16/16

 


Electronic Services Manager: Neighbors Credit Union (St. Louis, MO)

Neighbors Credit Union is looking for the right person to join the Neighbors team.  If you have direct working knowledge of electronic services then you are what we are looking for!

Primary responsibilities:

  • Manage electronic services operation and service. Oversee the daily duties and functions of the electronic services department. Monitor activity for risk, service quality, usage and fraud. Ensure we are protecting members and providing exceptional service.
  • Provide support to staff to troubleshoot elevated electronic services issues. Provide reference documentation and tools to assist staff. Keep the credit union staff trained on electronic service benefits and how to address
  • member concerns.   Keep the credit union staff informed on electronic service enhancements, updates and maintenance issues.
  • Provide support to members to troubleshoot elevated electronic services issues. Work with Marketing and Retail Sales to keep the credit union members informed on electronic service enhancements, updates and maintenance issues.
  • Work with Operations Manager to identify the strategic objectives for electronic services.
  • Evaluate and apply policies and procedures for electronic services.
  • Provide input to develop new policies and procedures.
  • Review and evaluate electronic services project feasibility studies based on management’s requirements, priorities, and cost constraints. Participate on project teams as they relate to electronic services.
  • Monitor electronic service activity for service quality and availability.
  • Ensure we are providing exceptional service as product enhancements are available, technical issues arise and maintenance is performed. Keep management informed as service levels fall and offer recommendations for improvement.
  • Responsible for electronic services personnel. Responsible for hiring, mentoring, performance evaluations, scheduling, and training of these employees.
  • Hold periodic staff meetings. Identify areas for improvement, changes in procedures, new developments, or changes in services or products.
  • Coach staff to treat members and employees with respect, deliver what we promise and thank the member/employee for their business/request. Follow up with staff and members to ensure we are exceeding their expectations.
  • Provide research and input on industry trends to ensure that the credit union’s electronic services are adequate to meet member needs and strategic plans.
  • Work with the internal auditor to ensure compliance with internal controls. Ensure compliance with rules and regulations governing electronic services.
  • Work with Operations Manager to maintain vendor relationships and keep abreast on product enhancements and new technology trends. Keep current with vendor updates.
  • Identify areas for improvement, changes in procedures, new developments, or changes in electronic services or products. Review the member electronic experience and address areas of improvement to enhance the member experience.
  • Consider ease of use, service usage penetration, product education, promotions and tips to help members gain the most benefit from their electronic services.
  • Implement tools to monitor and track fraud and limit losses. Keep current with fraud schemes. Ensure all electronic services department staff keep current with fraud schemes. Attend fraud meetings regularly.
  • Provide reports to Operations Manager that demonstrate credit union electronic services trends and usage. Review electronic services profitability and prepare recommendations for improvements.
  • Prepare activity reports as requested related to membership and electronic services.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Prefer a minimum of three years’ experience with a direct working knowledge of electronic services Education:
  • Education equivalent to a college degree

Knowledge: Knowledge of electronic services, procedures and principles, credit union operations, and credit union philosophy. Possess strong literacy in computer applications and use of technology. Proficient in Microsoft Office; including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Power point.

Skills:

  • Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential
  • Ability to identify and solve complex hardware and software problems
  • Ability to make independent judgments
  • Ability to make decisions and supervise subordinates effectively including coaching and reinforcing member service and selling skills
  • Ability to prioritize and think and act independently, within guidelines and procedures
  • Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with all levels of management, vendors, members, subordinates, and coworkers
  • Strong literacy in computer applications and use of technology
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office; including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and Power point. Understanding of report generation using database tools such as Access, Crystal, and CyberQuery

Interested candidates please submit a resume to Jessica Bira, HR Specialist via  email.

Neighbors Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Exp. 6/30/16


Commercial Business Development Officer:  Neighbors Credit Union (St. Louis, MO)

Neighbors Credit Union is looking for an experienced Commercial Business Development Officer.  The right individual will help us grow our commercial lending and commercial deposits.  If you have a passion for meeting the needs of small business owners and enjoy new business development, this may be the position for you.

New business development, including direct mailing programs, following up on leads, calling on targeted prospects and generating new leads through community involvement will be key responsibilities for this position.  A successful Commercial Business Development Officer profiles business members to identify product and service solutions that meet the financial needs of the member's business, as well as, potential needs for the business's employees, and owners. The successful applicant must be relationship oriented and aggressive in business development. Solid knowledge of commercial banking products and excellent interpersonal skills are equally important for this position.

Responsibilities: Responsible for developing, servicing, and retaining relationships with small business members. Retention of the member base through value added and exceptional service is required.

  • Acquire new business loans and deposit accounts. Analyze and develop strategies for growing commercial business deposits, loans and investments through relationship building with business partners.  Prospect to bring in new business members and develop a referral network; i.e. [Branch employee referrals; CPAs, Commercial Real Estate Brokers; Chamber of Commerce and other community contacts] to expand the business member base of loans and deposits.
  • Expand and retain relationships. Profile new and existing business members to ensure cross-sell of deposits, cash management, loans, and other credit union products. Follow up on all business accounts to ensure the full opportunity has been captured.
  • Work with other departments to uncover sales opportunities with both current and potential business members. Make referrals to branches and other departments; i.e. investments, consumer loans, etc.
  • Interview loan applicants. Collect and analyze financial and related data to determine the general creditworthiness of the prospect and the merits of the specific loan request.
  • Monitor loan repayment activities and take necessary action to collect delinquent accounts within the portfolio.
  • Must be current with small business trends to know their challenges and needs. Be able to match solutions to their needs.
  • Consistently provide a high level of member service to business members

Qualifications: Banking experience with a minimum of five years in commercial lending is required.

  • A college degree in Business Administration or related field or equivalent experience.
  • Strong business development and relationship management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to cross-sell products, along with proven sales and product expertise with business clients. Strong knowledge of loan products and processes.
  • Knowledge and understanding of business lending practices, loan documentation, loan policy, regulations, underwriting, closing, and loan servicing requirements.
  • Possess advanced relationship management, new business development and sales prospecting skills. Possess a good understanding of which types of businesses are a good fit for the loan products and deposit services that our Credit Union offers. Strong teamwork skills, both within Business Dept. and all Credit Union departments. Strong time management and problem solving skills. Member focused with excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills.

Interested candidates please submit a resume to Jessica Bira, HR Specialist via email.

Neighbors Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Exp. 8/30/16


Vice President of IT & Innovation: Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union (Houston, TX)

Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union, located in Houston, Texas, with over $220 million in assets is currently in search of a technology expert to act as their Vice President of Information Technology & Innovation.  As a part of the strategic leadership team, executive management will look to this individual to bring vision and innovation, through the technology channel, to the credit union.  The successful candidate will not only be charged with leading the current technology infrastructure including: vendor management, programming, networking, telecommunications, desktop support, call center operations and extensive project management; but will also be relied upon to bring the next generation of technology to the organization.  The ideal candidate will have five plus years of senior experience leading an IT operation within a financial institution; extensive project management, visionary leadership, and a diverse background in IT operations. A bachelor’s and PMP is highly preferred, but not required. Please include reference number 1027 when applying.

Interested candidates please submit a resume to Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or via  email.

Exp. 07/16/16


Vice President of Marketing & Business Development: Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union (Houston, TX)

With over $220 million in assets, located in Houston, Texas, Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union is seeking a Vice President of Marketing & Business Development to drive creativity and market growth for the organization.  This role is viewed as a critical function by the President/CEO and he will be looking to this individual to lead member communications, social media, membership marketing, website content and business development.  The successful candidate will have a background in managing creative design and developing marketing strategies.  Additionally, this individual will oversee market analysis and other creative functions through third party vendor relationships.  A brand built upon the four principles of contemporary, playful, ease of use and community involvement will be championed by this executive.  This individual will have five plus years of experience strategically managing marketing functions and an exposure to sales and business development.  Credit union industry experience is strongly desired and financial services experience is required. Please include reference number 1026 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL: With 3 branches in Harris County, Cy-Fair FCU has $220 million in assets and serves more than 22,000 members. Since 1956, Cy-Fair FCU is committed to the personal commitment to each member’s financial wellbeing with visionary, stable leadership its’ members can trust. The credit union has a history that is closely intertwined with Cy-Fair Independent School District. The credit union was started by teachers doubling as tellers—by people who thought outside the box and expanded their horizons. Today, the credit union has convenient checking and savings accounts, affordable auto and mortgage loans, beneficial rewards credit cards, and much more. For nearly 60 years, Cy-Fair FCU has walked their members through key life events, and will continue to help them unlock their needs today and their hopes for tomorrow.

Questions on your next career move? Interested candidates please submit a resume to Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or via email.

Exp.  07/1616


Vice President of Operations:  Health Care Family Credit Union (St. Louis, MO)

Health Care Family Credit Union, located in Saint Louis, Missouri, with over $56 million in assets, is currently in search of a Vice President of Operations.  The President/CEO is seeking a seasoned individual that can bring creativity and vision to assist her in strategically driving the organization.  This individual will be charged with overseeing the daily operations of two branch locations, coaching and mentoring branch management, strategically managing marketing initiatives and participating in business development.  The successful candidate will have strong leadership skills, enabling them to build trust with the staff and will be highly effective in promoting the credit union throughout the community.  The ideal candidate will have a fundamental understanding of credit union operations, effective public speaking abilities, experience with developing marketing plans and excellent mentoring skills.  Five plus years of management experience within a financial institution is required.  Credit union industry experience is preferred.  Please include reference number 1024 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL: Established in 1969 as St. Mary's Hospital Credit Union, Health Care Family CU has since grown to serve more than 100 employee groups in the healthcare field with more than 6,000 members and over $56 million in assets. The credit union also serves residents and employees of Richmond Heights and Maplewood, as well as their family members, through its two branch locations. The credit union has no outside stockholders to satisfy, and passes profits to its members through competitive rates, dividends and savings. Health Care Family CU is dedicated to providing its members with the very best in financial services.

Questions on your next career move? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or contact her via email

Exp. 06/17/16


President/CEO: River Town Federal Credit Union (Fort Smith, AR)

Approaching $14 million in assets, River Town Federal Credit Union, located in Fort Smith, Arkansas, is currently in search of a President/CEO to elevate the credit union to the next level.  The board of directors are seeking an executive that will bring a new vision to the organization that encompasses a lending and marketing strategy, implementing operational efficiencies, staff development and controls to ensure compliance.  This is an excellent opportunity for a credit union executive to utilize the skills and knowledge they have obtained to restructure a credit union with potential and purpose.

The next President/CEO will have strong financial analytical skills, board relations experience, proven problem solving abilities and strategic vision.

The credit union will also look to this individual to be the face of the credit union in the community and utilize their skills and experience to drive business development.  Three years of experience in a management role for a credit union is required. Please include reference number 1020 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL: Formed in 1958, River Town FCU began as a state chartered credit union formally known as Sparks Federal Credit Union.  It was chartered by a group of Sparks Hospital employees who wanted the benefit of savings and loan products. The name River Town FCU was selected in 1986 when the credit union became a federal chartered credit union because it best reflects the surrounding area and one of the city's greatest resources, the Arkansas River. Today, the credit union has nearly $14 million in assets and serves over 3,000 members at its location in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Membership at the credit union is open to any persons living in the same household of a current member, as well as many local employers who are members of the credit union.

Questions on your next career move? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or contact her via email.

Exp. 07/17/16


President/CEO: Texoma Community Credit Union (Wichita Falls, TX)

Texoma Community Credit Union, with approximately $120 million in assets, located in Wichita Falls, Texas has engaged in an executive search as their President/CEO prepares to retire.  The board of directors is seeking a senior executive to strategically lead the credit union and play an active role in representing the organization in the surrounding community.  In a collaborative effort with the board, this individual will be charged with implementing growth initiatives to attract new membership, increasing market penetration in targeted areas of the community, and expanding awareness of the products and services by the credit union in the region they serve.  The successful candidate will have keen business development and communication skills, allowing them to be effective in a community that is driven by relationships.  Five plus years of executive leadership experience within a financial institution and bachelor’s degree is required. Please include reference number 1016 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL: Texoma Community Credit Union, with $120 million in assets, serves nearly 13,000 members through its two branch locations in Wichita Falls. All persons who live or work in Wichita County and its surrounding counties are eligible for membership in the credit union. Texoma Community CU has been a part of the Texoma area for nearly 60 years, beginning in 1953 when a group of federal civil service employees at Sheppard Air Force Base formed the National Federation of Federal Employees Credit Union. Texoma Community CU is proud of their rich history, and today their mission is to improve its members’ financial well-being through quality products and exceptional service.

Questions on your next career move? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or contact her via email.

Exp. 07/17/16


Branch Manager/Loan Officer: North Star Community Credit Union (Ida Grove, IA)

North Star Community Credit Union, an $84 million credit union headquartered in Cherokee, Iowa is seeking a highly motivated, experienced professional to join our team as the Branch Manager for our Ida Grove, Iowa office.

The Branch Manager will provide leadership for the branch employees and manage the day-to-day operations of the branch. The Branch Manager is responsible for growing the branch and meeting the diverse financial needs of our members. The Branch Manager also serves as a loan officer and oversees branch lending functions. Strong consumer and mortgage lending experience is a requirement of this position.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in business (or related fields), although comparable work experience and specialized training will be considered. A minimum of three years supervisory and lending experience is desired. The Branch Manager will be required to obtain a license to sell credit insurance products.

Please send a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements via email.

Exp. 7/16/16


Regional Manager:  Educational Community Credit Union (Springfield, MO)

Primary Function:  Plan, direct, control, and supervise the activity and personnel in the designated location and act as liaison between other departments.  Coordinate and control work load for self and other staff. Instruct and counsel subordinates in the operational procedures involving area duties and responsibilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Supervise, and provide on-site training of assigned staff.
  2. Perform Periodic evaluations of assigned staff.
  3. Assess, direct, or coordinate regional administrative items, work methods, or work flows with the President.
  4. Meet, discuss, and coordinate the handling of member accounts to provide consistency throughout the credit union.
  5. Monitor and process transactions of Shared Branch members on a daily basis.  Transactions include deposits, withdrawals, and loan payments.
  6. Assist with the periodic audits of regional teller cash drawers.
  7. Coordinate all vault and teller cash daily balancing (including shortages & overages) and verify totals with the Accounting Department.  Follow all security measures closely with regard to building, staff, and cash maintained on-premises.
  8. Perform teller duties when necessary.
  9. Assist members with information about ECCU, its services and its policies, including opening, closing, and/or changing any account or service.
  10. Receive, verify, process, and decision all papers required in connection with loan applications, and approve within authority limits.
  11. Assist in closing ECCU Consumer, Home Equity, and Mortgage loans.
  12. Discuss credit worthiness within legal parameters when a loan is denied. Be able to patiently and tactfully handle adverse situations.
  13. Consistently promote all credit union promotions and marketing campaigns, and encourage member participation in all credit union services that are beneficial.
  14. Strive to assure compliance with all applicable laws, policies, procedures, and legal requirements.
  15. Other duties as assigned.

Basic Requirements:  Requires a complete knowledge of teller operations, loan operations, security policies, and member service skills.  Requires a positive attitude toward members, staff, and management.  Requires the ability to organize work, ability to handle a large volume of detail, ability to instruct others, mentally alert, neat appearance, and punctual.

Education:  College graduate or a minimum of three years’ experience in a financial institution (credit union preferred), including previous cash handling, branch operations, or customer service experience.  Management experience would be helpful and is preferred.

Disclaimer:  The above information designates the nature or level of work performed by any employee in this position.

  • Applicants that do not met all the above Basic Requirements or Education, but possess potential for this position may be hired on a temporary basis (2 to 6 months) at a rate of pay that may be less than the current salary range.
  • The above listed duties and responsibilities are not intended to be a comprehensive inventory of all the job requirements and may be permanently amended or changed by the President in the future. Additionally, an employee may be given other duties and responsibilities by the President on a temporary basis to assist with the credit union’s overall work load.

To apply, send your resume via email.

Exp:  7/03/16


Commercial Lending Officer: Heartland Credit Union (Hutchinson, KS)

Heartland Credit Union (HCU) has locations in Hutchinson, Haven, Newton and Wichita.  We are growing and currently adding a Commercial/Business Loan Officer position to our Hutchinson team! Looking for a motivated individual who enjoys customer service and sales.

DUTIES:

  • Responsible for promoting HCU commercial products and services as a professional sales representative to all assigned existing and prospective accounts.
  • Conducts sales calls to seek the placement of product and services.
  • Responsible for receiving, reviewing, and evaluating commercial/business loan requests.
  • Meets with applicants to explain credit policies and to obtain loan information and documentation.
  • Monitors and reviews construction and development loans.
  • Serves commercial members and potential members promptly and professionally.
  • Provides general HCU information and cross sells services.
  • Assists Commercial Loan personnel as needed.
  • Pro-actively supports and promotes a superior service environment.
  • Builds relationships with staff and business members.
  • Represents Heartland at community events.
  • Attends and participates in meetings and training as required.
  • Actively contributes to positive, professional working environment.
  • Assists in other areas as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Certifications:  Minimum two-year college degree in business or related field; or equivalent experience.
Experience:  At least two years of commercial/business lending experience preferred.

To view full job description and to apply go to the website and find "Careers" at the bottom of the page. You can also go directly to this link.

Exp. 6/12/16


Junior Financial Analyst:  Heartland Credit Union (Hutchinson, KS)

Heartland Credit Union (HCU) has locations in Hutchinson, Haven, Newton and Wichita. The Junior Financial Analyst is a new position recently added to our growing credit union.This is an entry level analyst position with opportunities for growth and development.

SCHEDULE:  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. | Monday - Friday

DUTIES:

  • Responsible for completing a wide range of financial reporting including: financial analyses, periodic reporting, financial planning, budgeting, all aspects of the asset/liability model, branch profitability, and product profitability.
  • Responsible for creation and maintenance of departmental reporting, management reporting, board reporting and other reporting as assigned. This includes meeting with various departments to determine their reporting needs and also creating processes for data collection where necessary.
  • Maintains and updates departmental budget records and compliance information.
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory financial reporting requirements.
  • Ensures the timely maintenance of financial reports, insurance forms, investment evaluations, and miscellaneous documents as required.
  • Prepares agendas, coordinates meeting times, oversees reporting, and ensures that minutes are recorded and preserved for committee assignments.
  • Assist with the administration and operation of the credit union's asset/liability management, profitability, budgeting and financial reporting software, including the monthly and quarterly update.
  • Projects ROI, product margins, and other financial models and evaluations, and reports analyses to Senior Management.
  • Designs and implements procedures to track investment performance and reports findings to Senior Management.
  • Tracks and reports actual versus budgeted performance, tracks allocated funds compared with actual expenditures, and makes recommendations for adjustments •Completes miscellaneous financial analyses and reports as requested by Senior Management.
  • Attends meetings and training sessions as required.
  • Provides superior service to our members.
  • Pro-actively supports and advances HCU's brand platform.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education:  Bachelor degree in finance, accounting, business or related field.

Experience:

  • Previous related experience preferred.
  • Excellent knowledge of corporate financial analyses and risk management practices.
  • Understanding of general cost accounting and pricing strategies

To view full job description and to apply, please go to the HCU website and find "Careers" at the bottom of the page.  You can also go directly by clicking this link.

Exp:  5/29/16


Chief Operation Officer:  Arkansas FCU (Little Rock, AR)

Exceeding $1 billion in assets, Arkansas Federal Credit Union, located just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas, is currently seeking a retail expert to act as their Chief Operating Officer.  This individual will be charged with creating an environment and culture that will provide the membership “an experience” when they utilize the 14 branch network and call center.

Responsibilities will include evaluating and enhancing the structure of the retail operations, deepening market share in existing markets & developing new markets, enhancing the sales and service culture to foster relationship based transactions, and creating service standards that leave a lasting impression.  Areas of responsibility will include retail operations, sales & service training, call center operations, facilities, physical security, and purchasing.  The successful candidate will have five plus years of senior leadership experience in an exceptional retail environment, strong market analytical skills and a strategic vision for creating enhanced customer service.  Bachelor’s degree is required. Please include reference number 1018 when applying.

COMPANY DETAIL

Arkansas FCU started as Little Rock Air Force Base Federal Credit Union in March of 1956 by eight airmen. Today, AFCU is not only the largest credit union but the tenth largest financial institution in the state of Arkansas with 14 branch locations across the state, over $1 billion dollars in assets, 92,000 members, and 270 dedicated and passionate employees. AFCU member benefits include competitive loan rates and exceptional personal service. To exemplify their core values, the credit union strives to "Be the Difference" in the world by making a difference in the lives of their employees, members, community, and business partners by offering a wide variety of products and services that help people accomplish their financial goals. The credit union is actively involved in the community and arranges donation and volunteer opportunities to benefit organizations such as Children’s Miracle Network, American Heart Association, CARTI, Alzheimer’s Arkansas, JDRF, and the Ronald McDonald House. AFCU was named one of the Best Places to Work in 2015 by Arkansas Business Magazine.

Questions on your next career move? Contact Marcus Cotton, VP Executive Recruiting, at 832-200-8714 or via email.

Exp. 7/16/16


Credit Analyst/Underwriter:  Heartland Business Services

Heartland Business Services is a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) established to provide Member Business Loan services.  As a service organization, Heartland offers credit unions a turnkey solution to member business lending by enabling credit unions to quickly, economically, and safely offer a full line of business loans to their existing and potential members.  

The Credit Analyst/ Underwriter will assist credit unions with underwriting aspects of new loan proposals to include financial analysis, loan structure and prequalification.  Responsible for the underwriting of proposed loan offerings, annual credit reviews, collection of financial statements and tax returns, financial analysis and covenant compliance.  Assists with operational functions, including loan documentation preparation and review, credit file management, loan administration, and collection activities.  Bachelor degree in business and 2 years of relevant credit analysis experience required.  Well-developed communication skills required.

We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefit package.  Send resume with salary requirements via email.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Exp. 07/16/16


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