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A listing of credit union job openings and applicants seeking jobs in Tennessee credit unions.

This is a free service to League member credit unions and personnel and imply neither endorsement nor recommendation on the part of the League. To advertise a credit union opening, obtain a copy of a resume, or run an ad seeking a new credit union position, contact Trish Patterson at (423) 899-2425 or (800) 572-7359, ext. 1208 or fax to (423) 899-8726. Posts will be deleted after 3 months.

 

Credit Union Positions Open

 

 

POS 1014-0316 Chief Executive Officer

 

Sarasota Municipal Employees Credit Union, a $28 million Florida credit union, celebrating their 65th anniversary serving the Sarasota community, is launching a search for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO).  The new CEO will succeed their retiring CEO who has successfully lead the credit union for over 19 years.   The successive CEO will have solid financial and technology aptitude and a focus on superior service. Sustaining a strong values-based culture of collaboration, professionalism, caring for members and staff is essential. Collaborative relationship building is expected with the board, peers, direct reports, and business partners as is a focus on continuous learning, employee development and coaching, leadership development, futuristic thinking, and goal orientation.  As CEO of this well-run organization, partnering with the board in strategic growth opportunities, leading a dynamic organization, and leveraging the organization’s competitive advantage will be crucial.  The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years of executive level experience in financial services of a successful credit union or community bank and a bachelor’s degree in business or related field or equivalent experience.  Please include reference number 1012 when applying.

 

Sarasota Municipal Employees CU has $28 million in assets and nearly 2,500 members.  Chartered in 1991, membership at the credit union is open to employees of the City of Sarasota, employees of the credit union, persons receiving retirement benefits from the City of Sarasota, any government or non-profit organizations, and any family members of the credit union. Sarasota Municipal Employees CU is committed to providing excellent products and services to its members through its branch location in Sarasota, Florida.

 

Questions on your next career move? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

 

POS 1015-0316 Vice President of Lending

 

Bowater Employees Credit Union, a $145 million credit union in southeastern Tennessee, is seeking an experienced lending professional to manage its growing lending operations. 

 

The ideal candidate will be hands-on, self-motivated, and have innovative operational ideas; have experience with both open-end and closed-end lending; be proficient in mortgage underwriting; be able to establish and carry out plans on their own; be results-oriented; and work well within a team environment. 

 

Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience, 5+ years of experience in lending and supervision (preferably in a credit union environment), and proficiency in Microsoft Office.   Experience with Fiserv Portico and Loancierge platforms is a plus. 

 

Responsibilities include coordinating lending staff at five locations, making loan decisions, and developing and implementing service improvements.  The position reports to the President/CEO and is a part of the management team.

 

We offer a competitive salary as well as a family-friendly benefit package, including health, vision, dental, short-term and long-term disability insurance, 401(k) matching, and 401(k) profit-sharing plans.

 

Send cover letter, résumé, and salary requirements to:

 

Bowater Employees Credit Union

Human Resources

PO Box 359

Calhoun, TN 37309

Or email: employment@bowaterecu.org

No phone calls, please.

 

 

POS 1016-0316 CEO/Manager

 

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Guide the credit union in providing quality services to members in a sound fiscal environment through the following items:
• Maintain a highly motivated, well-trained staff, maintaining effective employee relations.
• Prepare, implement, and supervise the budget that is consistent with the overall strategic plan of the credit union
• Develop, apply and evaluate policies and procedures for the branch.
• Recruit and select quality applicants for vacancies, ensuring that the credit union is adequately staffed with competent employees.
• Schedule and give performance reviews and recommend salary adjustments.
• Manage and recommend the purchase of equipment and supplies.
• Work with internal auditor to ensure compliance with internal controls.
• Ensure that the branch is in compliance with federal laws and regulations set forth by the National Credit Union Administration and other regulatory agencies.
• Monitor office activity, including number of transactions, volume, teller errors, loan volume, teller and loan personal sales, and new accounts
• Monitor key products/sales within branch to ensure profitable and sound business practices for the credit union, a high quality of service for members, and that employees are maximizing opportunities to sell products.
• Manage the security and safety of the branch, with responsibility to analyze security and safety policies and procedures, and to alert staff of any changes.
QUALIFICATIONS AND PREFERRED SKILLS
• Thorough knowledge of finance, economics, planning, and management; evidenced by applicable degree(s) and/or appropriate experience.
• Substantial knowledge of all state and federal regulations governing the credit union industry.
• Thorough knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
• Experience with asset/liability and investment management.
• Ability to collect, analyze and interpret financial data.
• Strong leadership and communication skills.
• Superior time management and organizational skills.

Applications Accepted By:
FAX OR E-MAIL: (931) 551-3357 or info@gatewaycreditunion.com
Subject Line: Attention: Gateway Credit Union Board of Directors MAIL:
Gateway Credit Union, 100 Otis Smith Dr., Clarksville, TN 37043

 

 

POS 1017-0316 President/CEO

 

Cornerstone Credit Union League (CCUL), the largest credit union league in the nation, located in Dallas, Texas, has initiated the search to replace their retiring President/CEO.  The board of directors is seeking a seasoned executive to strategically lead the trade association, the organization’s for-profit service corporation (Credit Union Resources) and public charity (Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation).  CCUL currently serves credit unions within the states of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, in addition to providing select services to credit unions throughout the country through their service corporation.  This individual will be charged with maintaining strong advocacy initiatives, strengthening affiliation, enhancing communications to promote credit union awareness and acting as the spokesperson representing CCUL on a regional and national level.  More importantly, the successful candidate will be responsible for crafting the strategic vision of the organization, promoting the expansion of the league’s footprint and driving robust profitability for the service corporation.  The ideal candidate will have 10 plus years of executive leadership experience, a fundamental understanding of the credit union industry’s dynamics and keen board relations experience.  Additionally, this individual will possess exceptional operational experience coupled with strong business acumen to promote revenue generation and product delivery through the service corporation.  A bachelor’s degree is mandatory and an MBA is highly preferred. Please include reference number 1015 when applying.

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

POS 1021-0416  President/CEO

 

Las Colinas Federal Credit Union, located in Irving, Texas, with over $68 million in assets, is currently in search of a President/CEO.  As the incumbent prepares to retire, the board of directors are looking for a senior executive that will bring a progressive new vision to the organization.  They will look to this individual to establish a sound business development strategy, enhance marketing activities, promote loan growth, deepen relationships with the core sponsor corporations, and expand the credit union’s membership base.  Successful candidate will have a fundamental understanding of overall credit union operations, strong financial analytical skills, and an appreciation for marketing initiatives.  Additionally, the ideal candidate will have a proven ability to develop, communicate and execute on vision.  A bachelor’s degree, five plus years of senior leadership experience and strong board relations experience is required for this role. Please include reference number 1014 when applying.

 

Las Colinas Federal Credit Union, with over $68 million in assets, has four branches conveniently located in Irving, Addison, and Dallas serving nearly 11,000 members. The credit union was chartered in 1955 by a group of Zale employees and family members. Although there have been many changes over the years, one thing has stayed the same: Las Colinas FCU’s quality personal service and commitment to provide the best products and rates for their members. With the credit union’s variety of convenient products and services, Las Colinas FCU is committed to the future and all that it holds.

 

Questions on your next career move? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

 

POS 1023-0416  President/ CEO
 
President/ CEO

Family Trust Federal Credit Union, located 20 miles south of Charlotte, North Carolina, is seeking to replace the current President/ CEO who will retire at year-end 2016. Founded in 1957 with over $425 million in assets, the CU has always shown a strong commitment to the financial well-being of the members, businesses and communities of which it serves. The ideal candidate must be a strategic and innovative leader prepared to continue with the vision and direction of this member centric and financially sound institution.

This position is responsible for providing the strategic direction, vision, leadership and management for all areas of the CU. Additional responsibilities include planning, directing, and controlling all CU activities in accordance with established plans, policies, procedures, directives and legal and regulatory guidelines while ensuring financial stability and member satisfaction.

Candidates must possess at minimum a bachelor’s degree, 8 years of experience in a senior management position within the financial industry, broad financial knowledge, proven leadership ability, a strong community background, a high level of integrity and trust, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a team oriented approach to management. Industry related schools and accreditations are highly valued.

Family Trust is headquartered in Rock Hill, South Carolina and has seven branches located in York County.

Please forward confidential resume, salary requirements and a list of all volunteer activities for the past two years to:
Tyeshia Miller
VP Personnel & Employee Relations
tmiller@Familytrust.org

 

 

POS 1024-0416  Chief Operating Officer

 

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.


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 email mcotton@curesources.coop.

 

 

POS 1025-0416  VP of Enterprise Risk Management


Responsible for leadership, innovation, governance, and management necessary to identify, evaluate, mitigate, and monitor the company's operational and strategic risk.  Develops Enterprise Risk Management tools, practices, and polices to analyze, report, and effectively respond to risks according to an enterprise risk management framework.  Establishes and oversees the Enterprise Risk Management architecture for the company. Oversees Policy & Vendor Management, Physical Security and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery. Oversees, directs, leads, develops and evaluates department employees utilizing approved systems and practices in accordance with policy and standards; Continually trains staff to ensure employee development and business continuity; Manages daily and recurrent responsibilities of employee performance including but not limited to schedule assignment, performance evaluation, communication practices, work prioritization. 
 
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
• Creates Enterprise Risk Management architecture for the company.  Oversees, analyzes and monitors all organizational risk management activities of the organization reporting areas of concern to Executive Management.
• Works with management and the Board of Directors to ensure the organization's risk management policies and strategies are in compliance with the applicable regulations, rating agency standards and strategic imperatives of the organization.  Provides a quarterly report to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee members.
• Chairs and provides key input into the company's Risk Management Committee (RMCO), which oversees enterprise management processes and response including non-technical disaster recovery.
• Oversees business continuity planning, processes and response including non-technical disaster recovery.
• Manages all functions related to the credit union's vendor/policy management and security areas.
• Oversees liability insurance and risk management policies and procedures.  Works with external counsel regarding member litigation matters.
• Other job duties as assigned.


Job Requirements:
Experience: 8-10 years of experience in a field encompassing risk management is required. 3-5 years of employee management experience is required.
 
Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Law, or related field required.
 
Other Skills required:
• Ability to respond effectively to sensitive inquiries or complaints required.
• Must be proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. 
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills required with the ability to effectively interact with all levels of the organization.
• Must possess good data analysis skills.
• Must have ability to prioritize demands from multiple projects.
• Must be a self-starter and be able to direct the work of others while personally handling multiple tasks in a variety of situations.
 
To apply, please visit our career site: https://www.ornlfcu.com/membership/careers

 

 

POS 1026-0516    VP of ALM

 

ORNL Federal Credit Union, Oak Ridge, TN

As a member of the ALCO Committee, the VP – ALM is primarily responsible for: 1) The
development and production of reports to comply with policy and regulatory requirements while properly managing balance sheet risks; 2) Performing reviews and making recommendations for ALCO and related policies; 3) Directing and participating in the annual budgeting process; 4) Managing the branch reporting and Profitability reporting systems, and 5) Ensuring that staff is properly trained to perform complex analytical functions.

• As a member of the Asset/Liability Management Committee, responsible for the development and production of monthly reporting necessary to properly manage balance sheet and interest rate risk while complying with both policy and regulatory needs. Presents Asset/Liability reports to board Executive Committee at quarterly meetings.
• Develops and recommends funding strategies which meet the balance sheet needs of the organization. Supervises daily cash management responsibilities and alerts management of any significant changes to liquidity.
• Directs the annual budget process. Provides direction and training to cost center managers to ensure that budget results are consistent with long-term expectations established by the board of directors. Assists in developing long-range financial forecasts.
• Prepares and periodically updates ALM and Organizational Profitability reporting systems for new assumptions, rules and allocation methodologies. Prepares monthly financial reports and profitability results for cost center managers as well as organizational profitability results.
• Hires, trains, directs, and evaluates employee performance within the department; recommends promotions/transfers and salary adjustments. Conducts productive and regular ‘touch base’ sessions with direct reports. Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Required Experience: Five or more years of financial management experience with at least 5 years of experience in directing, coaching and guiding staff required. Experience in a credit union environment preferred. Experience with ProfitStar is a strong advantage.

Education: A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration is required.

• Ability to respond effectively to sensitive inquiries or complaints required.
• Must be proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills required with the ability to effectively interact with all levels of the organization.
• Must possess good data analysis skills.
• Must be a self-starter and be able to direct the work of others while personally
• Must have the ability to prioritize multiple demands simultaneously.
• Must have the ability to build strong relationships and effective teams of people to accomplish tasks.

To apply, please visit our career site: https://www.ornlfcu.com/membership/careers
Deadline to apply is May 23, 2016

 

 

POS 1027-0516   Project Management Coordinator

 

ORNL Federal Credit Union, Oak Ridge, TN

Job Description: To support Enterprise Project Management through tracking, documenting, and communicating departmental information. The Project Management Assistant will compile all meetings minutes, keep track of schedules via the Credit Union’s internal project management portal, and create periodic reports on all departmental data and intelligence.
 
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
• Takes, compiles, and distributes meeting minutes, task lists, and other follow-up documents in an understandable format, in a timely manner, and with little direction from management.
• Updates project schedules and related documents and communications for each project in a timely and understandable manner.
• Provides administrative support, including scheduling of meetings and interfaces with internal and external stakeholders.
• Creates periodic project management reports (typically weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually) outlining the status of projects under management (“PUM”) and the work of the department on its own initiatives.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Experience: 3-5 years of Administrative or similar experience, preferably in a Project Management environment. Knowledge of project management tools and documents required.
Experience with Smartsheet and/or MS Project preferred.
 
Education: High school diploma or GED required. Associate’s degree in Office Administration/Management, Business or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred.
 
Other Skills Required:
 
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  
• Ability to prepare business letters, proposals, summaries, and reports using prescribed format and
conforming to all rules of punctuation, grammar, spelling, diction, and style.
• Ability to prepare professional documents and presentations.
• Must be detail oriented with excellent organizational skills.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Experience with Visio preferred.
• Ability to think independently and critically as well as solve problems.
• Ability to work under pressure, meet moving deadlines, and relay information timely.
• Must have excellent time management skills.
 
To apply, please visit our career site: https://www.ornlfcu.com/membership/careers
Deadline to apply: May 19, 2016

 

POS 1029-0516   Manager/CEO

 

The Board of Directors of Middle Tennessee Federal Credit Union (MTFCU) is seeking a Manager/CEO to lead our $30 million credit union in Cookeville, Tennessee. The candidate must possess excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and keen business development skills; and must have extensive experience in analytics, as well as, financial management.  The Manager/CEO will plan, direct and control credit union activities; will be responsible for the full range of business activities including budget, compliance, information technology, marketing, operations, personnel, planning, policy development, staffing, and reporting in compliance with MTFCU’s mission, vision and values; Board of Directors policies and direction; and in accordance with applicable regulation and statute.   Applicants should be well versed with NCUA polices and requirements and an overall knowledge of federal banking regulations.  The candidate must have at least five years of financial institution experience (credit union experience preferred) at the executive management level and a bachelor’s degree is required.


MTFCU was founded in 1969 (formerly Fleetguard Federal Credit Union) and is a community charter credit union with approximately 4500 members. MTFCU offers a competitive salary (based on experience) and benefit package including health and life insurance, vision and dental insurance, matching 401(k) program, paid time off and sick leave.


Send resume and compensation requirements by June 10, 2016 to:
Middle Tennessee Federal Credit Union Attn:  Wayne Allen
P.O. Box 3238
Cookeville, TN  38502-3238

 

 

POS 1030-0516   President/CEO


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.


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 email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

 

POS 1031-0516   President/CEO

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.

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 email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

POS 1032-0516   Vice President of Operations

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.

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 email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

POS 1033-0516   Vice President of Marketing & Business Development

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.

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? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

 

POS 1034-0516   Vice President of Information Technology & Innovation


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.

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? Contact Carmela McDermott, Vice President, at 832-200-8711 or email cmcdermott@curesources.coop.

 

POS 1035-0616                 Mortgage Loan Originator

The Mortgage Loan Originator will assist members and potential members in structuring a mortgage loan that helps the member reach their financial goals and realize a healthy relationship with their money. The Inside Mortgage Consultant will strive at providing professional service, clear and consistent communication, and ensure a high quality mortgage experience for the Member. The Mortgage Loan Originator will work directly within their assigned Branch Network, including but not limited to the Tellers, FSO's, Assistant Branch Managers and Branch Managers as their primary referral source. The Inside Mortgage Consultant will, from time to time, assist members who call in through the Call Center and/or apply online.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
• Educates, interviews and consults with members by taking applications and structuring mortgage loans to meet their needs. Provides an educated and consultative financial overview for members based on their overall financial goals.
• Serves as the primary origination resource for leads coming into the credit union via the methods listed above.
• Obtains and verifies loan documentation to ensure quality and compliance with internal and external guidelines and regulations. Maintains knowledge of applicable Local, State and Federal rules and regulations.
• Tracks the mortgage application through proactive pipeline management to ensure timelines are met and all interested parties are kept informed. Maintains consistent contact with members and potential members, and any third parties related to the transaction throughout the application and loan process, while maintaining member privacy at all times.
• Identifies cross sell opportunities and cross sells other credit union products and services, or refers to the appropriate Line of Business.
• Earns education hours necessary to obtain and/or maintain licensing and performs duties as assigned.
Required Experience: 3-5 years of mortgage origination experience.
 
Education: BS degree in Business Administration or Finance or equivalent combination of education and related experience.
 
To apply, please visit our career site: https://www.ornlfcu.com/membership/careers
Deadline to apply: June 7, 2016

 

 

POS 1036-0616   Bookkeeper


Performs tasks necessary to balance and update general ledger and subsidiary accounts, maintain and reconcile daily cash accounts, and manage other bookkeeping related duties. Prepares various accounting reports as needed. Performs a variety of support duties related to the bookkeeping function within the credit union. Maintain records and information, and work with the independent auditor, examiners, volunteers and members.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Maintains records according to generally accepted accounting principles including the recordation of general journal entries, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash management, and reconciliation of bank statements.
- Applies strong accounting skills, including A/P, A/R, purchasing backup, journal entries, and all bookkeeping through financial statement preparation.
- Participates in activities needed to support the management functions of the team.
Minimum Qualifications (Education, Experience, Skills)
- Two plus years of business/bookkeeping/accounting experience.
- Special consideration for candidates with knowledge base of Symitar software.
- Strong knowledge of GAP accounting practices and procedures.
- Accuracy and attention to detail, as well as a track record of reliability, confidentiality, and conscientious work habits.
- Proficient in MS Office, specifically Excel and Word.
- Ability to work independently with little supervision.
- Ability to organize and prioritize effectively.
- Attention to detail with exceptional level of accuracy.
- Ability to interpret data and make cost effective decisions.
- Ability to adapt and work efficiently in an environment with deadline pressures.
- Associate degree in Accounting preferred.

Please send cover letter and resume to: Southern Credit Union PO Box 3490 Chattanooga, TN 37404. No phone calls please.

 

 

POS 1037-0616     BRANCH LEADER/MANAGER

Scenic Community Credit Union is currently seeking a Branch Leader/Manager. The Manager’s role is delegated full responsibility and oversite of all loan production (Consumer, HELOC and Mortgage lending) along with the administration and operations of the business for the branch office. The Leader/Manager is responsible to the CLO and COO, to the extent of their particular areas of responsibilities.

• Direct, develop, motivate, and manage the performance of branch personnel; administer performance evaluations and recommend appropriate personnel actions. Prepare staff schedules and meetings on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis or/as needed.
• Create, implement and personally lead strategies for establishing business development for the branch.
• Understand and implement the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Federal Truth-In Lending Act, and other federal and state lending laws applying to state-chartered Credit Unions.
• Monitor all Direct Lending activities to insure they are in compliance with established Credit Union policies and procedures.
• Must follow BSA regulations, including completing CTR reports when applicable, reporting suspicious activity via SAR when applicable and completing annual training.
• Maintain proficiency in performing teller function when needed.
• Ensure that each loan has been processed accurately-documented, closed, disbursed, etc.
• The Manger/Leader is to use discretion and independent judgement to solve, explain and correct all member questions and opportunities, whether on loans or share accounts.

QUALIFICATIONS: JOB EXPECTIONS:

• To follow all company policies and act as a role model to others in the following of these policies. This includes, but is not limited to, providing exceptional internal and external service, championing company values, representing the Credit Union with a high level of professionalism, working hard to support your team, and arriving to work on time on every day with a positive attitude.
• Possess strong presentation, verbal, and written communication skills, highly organized and detail oriented.
• Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word. Extremely beneficially to have the working knowledge of Symitar (Core processing system).
• Maintain the highest level of confidentiality regarding all sensitive, confidential, and proprietary Credit Union Information.
• Is entrepreneurial in thinking, planning, and implementation. Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision to establish priorities, activities, and specific direction.

Experience: Two to five years of similar experience.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in business or related field or equivalent work experience.

Scenic Community Credit Union is proud to be a drug free, equal-opportunity employer.

A letter of interest, resume, and salary history may be sent to:
Scenic Community Credit Union
ATTN: HR
P.O. Box 1058
Hixson, TN 37343
Or email: employment@mysccu.com
No phone calls or agencies, please.

 

 

POS 1038-0616   Bookkeeper

North Georgia Community Federal Credit Union, located in Ringgold, Georgia, is seeking a qualified bookkeeper. Credit union experience is preferable. Salary is negotiable. Send resume to lcarver@ngcfcu.org.

 

 

POS 1039-0616     Member Services Representative-West Branch
 
The Tennessee Credit Union is looking for a "personality plus" teller exhibiting an extremely team-oriented and outgoing attitude. The right candidate will be a results-oriented self-starter, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills, a professional demeanor, and a dynamic work ethic. Emphasis will be on a proactive "helping" attitude that will translate into excellent sales/service to members. The ideal candidate will flourish in a sales environment, working to provide an exceptional experience for every member, every time. This position will be based out of our West Branch(107 White Bridge Road) location in Nashville but may occasionally fill in at nearby branches. Hours are Monday - Thursday: 8:30 - 5:00; Friday: 8:30 - 6:00. EOE

Duties include but are not limited to assisting members with all basic aspects of their accounts--deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, payroll, electronic access, etc. Emphasis will be on getting our members paired with the right products/services and information in order to enhance their financial situation.

Qualified candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalent, prior cash handling, and good credit. Good math and computer skills are desired, and prior banking or credit union experience is a plus. Regular attendance is required along with the ability to work in a non-smoking environment. In order to be hired into this position, the candidate must have an acceptable credit history per a report which will be run prior to employment. Good credit history is considered an essential element for this position.

For questions about this position, call Karla Kellogg at 615-780-7684. To apply, go to https://ttcu.applicantpro.com/jobs/.


 
POS 1040-0616   Member Services Representative-Cool Springs Branch
 
The Tennessee Credit Union is looking for a dynamic self-starting Member Services Representative (teller) who is also a fast learner to work at our Cool Springs branch on Mallory Lane in Brentwood. This position will be Monday through Friday. Hours are Monday - Thursday: 8:30 - 5:00; Friday: 8:30 - 6:00. EOE

Emphasis will be on a proactive "helping" attitude that will translate into excellent sales/service to members. The ideal candidate will successfully cross offering products/services to help meet membership and loan goals for the branch. The ideal candidate will flourish in a sales environment, working to provide an exceptional experience for every member, every time. EOE

Duties include but are not limited to assisting members with all basic aspects of their accounts--deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, payroll, electronic access, etc. An important aspect of this position is to provide prompt, efficient and courteous service, with a goal of creating an atmosphere that makes members want to bring all their business to us and also to refer their family and friends.

Qualified candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalent, prior cash handling experience, and good credit. They will demonstrate attention to detail with good communication and organizational skills. Good math and computer skills are essential to this position. Prior banking/credit union or customer service experience is a plus. Regular attendance is required along with the ability to work in a non-smoking environment. In order to be hired into this position, the candidate must have an acceptable credit history per a report which will be run prior to employment. Good credit history is considered an essential element for this position.

For questions about this position, call Karla Kellogg at 615-780-7684. To apply, go to https://ttcu.applicantpro.com/jobs/.


 
POS 1041-0616   Member Services Representative-Main Branch
 
The Tennessee Credit Union is looking for a "personality plus" teller exhibiting an extremely team-oriented and outgoing attitude. The right candidate will be a results-oriented self-starter, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills, a professional demeanor, and a dynamic work ethic. Emphasis will be on a proactive "helping" attitude that will translate into excellent sales/service to members. The ideal candidate will flourish in a sales environment, working to provide an exceptional experience for every member, every time. This position will be based out of our Main Office (8th Avenue South) location in Nashville but may occasionally fill in at nearby branches. Hours are Monday - Thursday: 8:30 - 5:00; Friday: 8:30 - 6:00. EOE

Duties include but are not limited to assisting members with all basic aspects of their accounts--deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, payroll, electronic access, etc. Emphasis will be on getting our members paired with the right products/services and information in order to enhance their financial situation.

Qualified candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalent, prior cash handling, and good credit. Good math and computer skills are desired, and prior banking or credit union experience is a plus. Regular attendance is required along with the ability to work in a non-smoking environment. In order to be hired into this position, the candidate must have an acceptable credit history per a report which will be run prior to employment. Good credit history is considered an essential element for this position.

For questions about this position, call Karla Kellogg at 615-780-7684. To apply, go to https://ttcu.applicantpro.com/jobs/.

 

 

POS 1042-0616     Loan Officer

Nature of Job and Objectives:
Responsible for interviewing applicants for loans and processing various loan applications. Gather background information and analyze loan applicants’ credit history. Approve loan applications based on analysis. Operate with moderate credit authority.

  • Duties and Responsibilities:
    Gather background information on loan applicants by interviewing loan applicants and obtaining credit bureau reports.
  • Assist members with the loan application process to ensure completeness of information.
  • Analyze credit reports for all accounts verify debts, and estimate monthly payments for any outstanding debts not listed.Calculate debt-to-income ratios on loan applicants.
  • Determine collateral needs and payment plans for members applying for loans.
  • Determine eligibility of loan guarantor/co-borrower.
  • Approve loan applications within established guidelines or submit loan applications to credit committee for denial. Closely analyze all possible options for member before recommending a denial.
  • Communicate clearly to members the reasons for denial.
  • Complete loan documents and disburse loan approved by other loan officers. Verify the accuracy of loan amounts and repayment terms.
  • Cross-sell lending products.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Equipment Used:
Typewriter, FAX machine, personal computer equipment, copy machine, calculator, shredder, microfiche reader/printer and other related office equipment.

Knowledge and Skills:
Knowledge of lending procedures as well as all office procedures. Basic knowledge of lending guidelines and regulations. Basic knowledge of other ordinances, rules and regulations affecting the credit union. Ability to organize and maintain an even work flow. Ability to follow established methods and procedures. Ability to do related research when necessary. Ability to supervise and exercise independent judgment; ability to complete difficult tasks; ability to perform complex arithmetical computations; ability to spell, punctuate and use grammar correctly; ability to deal courteously and effectively with the members. Must possess the willingness and the physical and mental ability to perform the duties listed in this job description.

Education and Experience Required:
College degree preferred plus 1 year MSS II OR 2 years lending experience or related experience at another financial institution

License Required:
Tennessee Driver’s License

 

NASHVILLE FIREMEN’S CREDIT UNION
Fax: 615-862-5433   nfcu@nashvillefirecu.org

 

 

POS 1043-0616   Financial Service Specialist II

NATURE OF JOB AND OBJECTIVE:
Under management supervision, promote credit union services to members, perform
clerical functions as well as supervising clerical staff and perform required related work.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Membership Officer.Open new membership accounts and facilitate added services for existing members.
  2. Act as a backup teller (see teller procedures) including being accountable for all currency and coin and negotiable instruments and balancing teller totals.
  3. Process debit card services and Order all plastics and answer general questions regarding ordering and delivery date.
  4. Daily processing of member transaction exception report of offline postings (i.e. share drafts, ACH, ATM, etc…)
  5. Process daily exception reports and various daily reconciliations.
  6. Prepare bank deposits.
  7. Balance credit union totals as a backup when necessary.
  8. Provide daily assistance to loan officer as directed by management, to include the following, but not limited to:
    • Interview loan applicant to obtain necessary information.
    • Obtain loan information and proper documentation to process loan.
    • Calculate debt to income ratio worksheet and run credit report.
    • Contact loan officer for approval or denial.
    • Prepare ECOA notice when applicable or close loan.
    • File proper lien documents.
    • Process payroll changes with Metro payroll or ACH origination.
  9. Attend all staff meetings.
  10. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers.
  11. Participate in credit union activities on a national, state and local level whenever beneficial to the organization and personal growth including educational classes,chapter meetings, seminars and etc.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

EQUIPMENT USED:
Typewriter, FAX machine, personal computer equipment, copy machine, calculator, shredder, microfiche reader/printer and other related office equipment.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of financial service procedures as well as cash functions. Basic knowledge of ordinances, rules and regulations affecting the credit union. Ability to organize and maintain an even work flow. Ability to follow established methods and procedures. Ability to do related research when necessary. Ability to supervise and exercise independent judgment; ability to complete difficult tasks; ability to perform complex arithmetical computations; ability to spell, punctuate and use grammar correctly; ability to deal courteously and effectively with the members. Must have the willingness to be part of the Credit Union team and demonstrate teamwork along with the physical and mental ability to perform the duties listed in this job description.

LICENSES REQUIRED:
Tennessee Drivers License

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
College degree preferred plus 2 years at FSSI OR 2 years of other comparable financial institution experience.

 

NASHVILLE FIREMEN’S CREDIT UNION
Fax: 615-862-5433   nfcu@nashvillefirecu.org

 

 

POS 1044-0616   Junior Mortgage Underwriter

 

ORNL Federal Credit Union, Knoxville, TN

 

Job description:  The Junior Mortgage Underwriter will provide sound underwriting decisions for Home Equity Credit Line (HELOC) requests received from partner credit unions.  Assist Mortgage Underwriters in clearing conditions and approving lower risk loans. Practices effective communication skills with the partner credit union and internal staff to support loan growth and quality.

Required Experience: Three to five years of experience in underwriting is required. One to two years of mortgage or HELOC underwriting experience preferred.

 

Education: Two year college degree in a business-related field; or completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school; or equivalent financial service industry experience required.

 

To read the full job description and to apply, please visit our career site:  https://www.ornlfcu.com/membership/careers

The deadline to apply is July 8, 2016

 

 

 

 


Individuals Seeking Credit Union Positions

If you are seeking a new credit union position, contact Trish Patterson at (423) 899-2425 or (800) 572-7359, ext. 1208 or fax to (423) 899-8726. Posts will be deleted after 3 months.

 

APP 0387-0416      MICHAEL C.E. SOLLBERGER
michael.sollberger@yahoo.com       202.317.0775


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Bank-Fund Staff Federal Credit Union (BFSFCU)
Human Resources Staff Development Consultant; Washington, D.C.; 2014 - present
• Conduct new employee orientation and training for all staff; monitor and evaluate staff competency levels to determine training program effectiveness
• Analyze job requirements, operational problems, and member satisfaction levels to determine strategies to strengthen staff development; coordinate with BFSFCU leadership and outside vendors in the development of new training systems
• Identify unique learning objectives and instructional methodologies based on job requirements and employee abilities
• Collaborate with executive management to enhance procedural manuals, guides and/or job aids and determine new staff development processes
• Evaluate budget requirements, prepare recommendations for Annual Financial Plan, report variances, and recommend adjustments to support business objectives
• Ensure the corporate Learning Management System remains up-to-date by managing training records and staff profiles, identifying opportunities to provide additional training, and producing regular progress reports
• Maintain and develop the skills and knowledge necessary for successful staff development by attending workshops, reviewing professional publications, cultivating a network of expert HR contacts, and participating in professional societies


E-Branch Manager; 2010 - 2014
• Directed E-Branch and set performance standards, goals, assignments, and schedules to ensure objectives align with overall BFSFCU strategies
• Responsible for all online membership/account programs, from managing daily operations and devising service improvements to assisting members and developing marketing concepts
• Launched several initiatives to enhance and modernize BFSFCU’s online services, including a total overhaul of the online account opening process that resulted in BFSFCU amassing more than $4 billion in total assets for the first time in 2014
• Conducted monthly performance evaluations to aid staff development in the credit union’s Engaged Service philosophy; developed and implemented all staff training programs for new E-Branch services and systems


Member Experience Analyst; 2008 - 2010
• Assisted with the design and implementation of BFSFCU’s modernized banking platform (launched April 2011)
• Served as Member Relations department lead during the platform’s two-and-a-half year development phase, responsible for voicing the ideas and concerns of the entire department
• Identified and endorsed innovative solutions to enhance BFSFCU’s ability to attract and retain members
• Researched and interpreted financial data to ensure compliance with both internal policies and federal regulations
• Maintained comprehensive records of high-level IMF and World Bank Group employees’ financial account activities and communications; offered advice and recommendations to assist BFSFCU members in meeting financial obligations


Wells Fargo Financial
Credit Manager; Alexandria, VA; 2008
• Counseled, advised and assisted clients in planning for immediate and long-term financial success; interviewed clients concerning their credit portfolios, refinances and personal loan applications
• Conducted outreach programs to recruit prospective clients in the DC metro area
• Developed strategies to successfully cross-sell products and services based on unique client needs


EDUCATION
Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL
Bachelor of Arts; major in Economics, minor in Psychology; graduated Cum Laude

 

 

APP 0388-0616    Accounting Position

 

David Ashtin Lattimore

4025 Oakwood Drive Apt. 1002 Chattanooga, TN 37416

Home: (423) 702–5834 Cell: (423) 718–1298

Email: dalatt@att.net


Objective
To obtain a challenging position in an accounting department that will enable me to use my educational background, organizational and detailed oriented skills to help achieve objectives. I am also looking to obtain certifications such as the Certified Internal Auditor [CIA], the Certified Fraud Examiner [CFE] and the Certified Public Accountant [CPA].

 

Skills
• • Accounts Payable & Accounts Receivable Processing
• Accounting Software Programs (Drake, QuickBooks, Peachtree, Pro Systems FX)
• Bank Reconciliations & Journal Entries
• Effective Written & Communications Skills
• Pivot Tables
• Proficient Microsoft Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• 10 Keypad

Experience
Lookout Mountain Conservancy January 2014 – May 2014
Accounting Intern
• • Coordinator of Accounting Information Systems Upgrade Project
• • Entered contributors account data information alphabetically and numerically
• • Verified contributors account information
• Performed database backups
• Integrated information from multiple sources into a new donor database
• Reconciled accounts and prepared general journal entries

Walker Valley High School August 2009 – May 2010
Student Aide & Assistant Bookkeeper
• • Responsible for daily transactions for the school and clubs
• Received payments, endorsed checks and prepared deposits
• Assisted the schools bookkeeper in daily transactions
• Performed Bank Reconciliations
• Reconciled accounts and performed general journal entries

Green’s Chapel Church January 2000 – Present
Sound Technician
• A
• B
• C
• D


Education
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga August 2010 – May 2015
Degree: Bachelors of Science – Business Administration
Degree Major: Accounting

Related Coursework
• • Accounting Information Systems
• Auditing
• Budgeting
• Federal Tax
• Governmental Accounting
• Intermediate Accounting I, II & III
• Managerial Cost Accounting
• Taxation of Estates, Gifts and Trusts

Walker Valley High School August 2006 – May 2010
Cleveland, TN 37312
Degree: High School Diploma

References
Available upon request

 

 

       
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