Career Opportunities

The League assists credit unions in finding qualified job applicants for their open positions, and assists individuals seeking to further their credit union careers, thereby strengthening professionalism within the movement.  The League bears no responsibility for the availability of positions posted nor does it play any role in the hiring of these positions (unless the position is with the League). Applicants are advised to contact the credit union directly. 

Opportunities in Kentucky:

CEO/President - Chemco Federal Credit Union
Credit Union Manager - Shawnee TVA Employees Federal CU
Deposit Payment Services Manager - Park Community CU
Director of Commercial Lending - Abound CU
Financial Service Representative (Forest Springs) - Park Community CU
Interactive MSR - Park Community CU
Loan Officer - Chemco Federal CU
President - LG&E Co. CU
Senior Accountant - Service One CU
Senior Lender/Relationship Specialist - Service One CU
Vice President - Lexington Postal Community CU

Opportunities Nationwide:

Executive Opportunities


 

Chief Executive Officer/President Position - Chemco Federal CU

Chemco Federal Credit Union
Louisville, KY 

Chemco Federal Credit Union is looking for an innovative leader to plan, direct, and control all credit union activities in accordance with credit union directives established by the Board of Directors and represent the credit union within the community.

Compensation & Benefits

Salary is commensurate with experience. We offer excellent benefits including paid holidays, paid time off, retirement benefits, health, dental, vision and life insurance.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of five years of credit union or equivalent experience preferred.
  • Can demonstrate leadership qualities
  • Must be bondable at time of hire and remain bondable throughout tenure with the credit union
  • Criminal Background and credit checks required.

Mail resume to:  Attn:  CEO Search Committee, 4200 Bells Lane, Louisville, KY 40211

Equal Employment Opportunity.

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Credit Union Manager - Shawnee TVA Employees Federal CU

Shawnee Fossil Plant - 7755 Metropolis Lake Road West Paducah, KY

The Credit Union Manager of the Shawnee TVA Employees Federal CU is retiring in December 2020 after serving as Manager for more than 18 years. We are looking for an innovative leader to plan, direct, and control all credit union activities in accordance with credit union directives established by the Board of Directors and represent the credit union within the community.

Compensation & Benefits
Salary is commensurate with experience. We offer excellent benefits including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, retirement benefits, and life insurance.

Requirements:

• Minimum of five years of credit union or equivalent experience preferred.
• Can demonstrate leadership qualities
• Must be bondable at time of hire and remain bondable throughout tenure with the credit union
• Criminal Background and credit checks required.

Mail resume to:

Attn: Search Committee 7
755 Metropolis Lake Road
West Paducah, KY 42086.

Resumes will be accepted until May 15, 2020
Equal Employment Opportunity.


 

Deposit Payment Services Manager - Park Community CU

Park Community Credit Union, a winner of “Best Places to Work in Ky” for 8 years running, is seeking an experienced Deposit Payment Services Manager for Corporate Headquarters office. The successful candidate will be eager to assist the credit union in the achievement of its goal to always make a positive difference in each member's financial life. This is accomplished by providing the highest quality of service to internal/external members and by directing the activities in electronic services related to payment servicing and related processes.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • While meeting the service standards for the Credit Union and working as a part of a larger team, direct and manage the operations of payment transactions such as - wire transfers, ACH payments, direct deposits, ACH exceptions, share drafts and share draft exceptions,  check returns and adjustments, mobile deposits, loan payments (both mailed and online), vault cash inventories and share branching adjustments. Ensure staff are monitoring transactions to identify and eliminate the various types of payment systems fraud including check fraud, ACH fraud, and wire fraud. Serve as a resource to other departments on their payment services needs to ensure the best service to members. Direct, schedule, train, and monitor the work of assigned staff. Ensure that staff have appropriate skills and abilities to effectively perform. Provide coaching for staff development through recognition and redirect/hold accountable when necessary.
  • Recommend changes as needed or required to improve efficiency and productivity. Provide reports to manager as assigned or requested. Ensure data is accurate and concise.
  • Provide assistance and/or backup within the Support Operations to ensure department needs are met.
  • Assist with vendor review and selection for payment services products or systems. Monitor vendor relationships and ensure agreed services are provided satisfactorily and provide feedback to Management.

Experience Requirements

  • Experience: Five years to eight years of similar or related experience.
  • Education: (1) A two-year college degree or (2) Completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) Completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program.

Full benefits are available including 401k, health insurance, paid time off, Student Loan repayment assistance, etc. Salary range $55-60K commensurate to experience. Satisfactory credit record is required. Park Community Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Apply online at https://parkcommunity.com/careers/

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Director of Commercial Lending - Abound CU

TITLE: Director of Commercial Lending,  Exempt                                                

DEPARTMENT: Loan Department     

REPORTS TO:  Chief Lending Officer 

SUMMARY 

Our Credit Union team believes in accomplishing great things for our members through our team member first culture and experience-focus and results-driven approach.  

This position will work closely with the Chief Lending Officer to ensure the growth and development of the Commercial Services platform at the credit union. This will include: near-term and long-term staffing strategies with a focus on commercial loan growth and personal/professional growth opportunities for the commercial team; market research and internal development of product and pricing strategies that will maximize team performance and satisfy ALM considerations; development of internal processes/procedures that ensure adherence to loan policies and NCUA regulations; present new deposit, cash management or credit products that will enhance the member experience for local/regional business owners; serve as the head of commercial underwriting and actively participate in the Member Business Lending (MBL) Committee discussions around new credit requests and Annual Term Loan Reviews (ATLR). 

In addition, working with the Credit Union’s loan operations and technology teams to implement new software systems that will streamline commercial loan administration and servicing functions in order to ensure the safety and soundness of the credit union’s commercial loan portfolio.  

Healthy workplace culture is critical to the success of the organization. The Director of Commercial Lending leads, promotes, and contributes to our culture by living our brand through our core values.  

These responsibilities are done within all Credit Union policies and procedures as well as all applicable laws, regulations, and industry best practices.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES 

  1. Lead – Serve as the leader of all aspects of the Commercial Lending operation at the credit union.   Teach and coach commercial lending team members to be top performers in developing valuable relationships with members.  
  1. Performance Management – Measure, analyze, and report performance. Evolve existing performance measures and establish new performance goals for commercial lending.  
  1. Innovate -   Evaluate and recommend new solutions to help enhance credit union commercial lending.   This could include new software, enhanced policies, better processes or staffing.    Develop plans on future sales staffing models that help the credit union expand commercial lending to a larger portion of the state.  
  1. Connect - Work internally and externally to create opportunities for commercial lending for the credit union.   This includes working with community groups to help extend the credit union brand, connecting with potential borrowers and coaching and training team members and branch staff on the value of commercial lending.  
  1. Collaborate - Provide timely and effective communication to business stakeholder for issues and opportunities. Use collaboration as a catalyst to identify improvements and recommendations for change that will benefit members, team members and commercial lending.  
  1. Brand Recognition – Partner and work closely with the Chief Lending Officer and Brand/Marketing team to support and ‘bring to life’ the established and evolving Credit Union brand through our digital delivery channels.  
  1. Culture – Foster a healthy culture by living our core values and leading and promoting culture advancements.

  2. Coaching – Work closely with direct reports to assist in professional and personal development. Help others grow and realize their full potential. 
  1. Supervise the preparation of new loan submissions, Annual Term Loan Reviews and Loan Renewals. Attend MBL Committee meetings and provide insight and recommendations for MBL Committee credit decisions as a non-voting member.

  2. Develop and manage relationships with credit union service organizations (CUSO’s) to support commercial loan processing, underwriting, servicing and sales.  
  1. Work closely with the Commercial Operations Coordinator to develop relationships with support agencies such as appraisers, settlement agents and servicing agents when needed.

  2. Monitor Member Business Lending portfolio, local commercial lending market, local economic conditions, and competitors' products and services. Recommend changes to products, policies and procedures where indicated. Participate in design of commercial products and promotions. 

  3. Maintain knowledge of relevant NCUA regulations; in conjunction with Compliance and Risk Department, ensuring Credit Union programs, processes and policies meet requirements. 

  4. Manage the identification and tracking of member business loans up for annual review or renewal.  Ensure the process for each is completed in a timely manner.

  5. Develop, analyze, and improves upon monthly loan reports to include tickler system for outstanding documents, annual loan reviews and loan renewals.  Develops procedures and reporting tools to streamline procedures, increase efficiency, mitigate and fully understand risk in the MBL portfolio.

  6. Prepares agendas and reviews minutes for Member Business Loan Committee’s review and decision.

  7. Oversee and develop MBL SOPs, ensuring policies/ procedures are easily understood, while adhering to state and federal regulations.

  8. Other duties and tasks as assigned. The list of essential duties is not exhaustive. It may be supplemented as necessary from time to time. 

QUALIFICATIONS  

REQUIRED 

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or a related field or equivalent experience. 
  1. Ten or more years of Commercial Lending Management 
  1. Ability to independently formulate and draft balanced, well-reasoned recommendations and present such recommendations persuasively to management and the board. 
  1. Ability to work independently with only broad mission-type guidance, delivering desired products under strict time constraints. 
  1. Knowledge of/experience in applying compliance/auditing principles, practices, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and procedures. 
  1. Extensive knowledge of business structures, underwriting business tax returns, balance sheets and income statements 
  1. Requires exceptional organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
  1. Knowledge of member business lending best practices, regulations, policies and procedures. 
  1. Ability to supervise subordinates effectively.  
  1. Friendly, outgoing manner, ability to deal with members and staff with tact and courtesy and maintain professional demeanor in all situations.  
  1. Self-motivation, enthusiasm, and initiative with a willingness to support others within the Credit Union.  
  1. Ability to express self clearly orally and in writing.  
  1. Ability to effectively communicate Credit Union products and services in order to cross-sell and train staff.  
  1. Working and applicable knowledge of basic personal computer functions and software to include word, excel, and powerpoint.  

DESIRED  

  1. Previous supervisory experience. 

  2. Previous experience as a business lending underwriter.

Interested applicants can apply HERE.

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Financial Service Representative - Park Community CU

Park Community Credit Union, a winner of “Best Places to Work in Ky” for 8  years running, is seeking an experienced Financial Service Representative for our Forest Springs Branch Office. The successful candidate will be eager to serve the members of Park Community and ensure they are offered the best products and services to meet their financial needs.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Assist members with opening and closing accounts; perform required transactions; service loans and assist in member inquiries regarding their loans; maintain and update member information as required.
  • Identify cross-sell opportunities and cross-sell services to members; answer questions about products and services for members.

Experience Requirements

  • A minimum of one to three years of related experience.
  • Financial and Sales experience is required 

The candidate must be available for some Saturday hours from 8:45am-12:15pm. Full benefits are available including 401k, health insurance, paid time off, etc. Pay Rate $16.50+ per hour. Satisfactory credit record is required. Park Community Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Apply online at https://parkcommunity.com/careers/

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Interactive MSR - Park Community CU

Do you have a face and a voice that should be on camera?!  Then the newest Interactive Teller technology will be perfect for you!  Assist members with financial transactions at a variety of locations through a video screen.  Focus remains on member interaction, accuracy with no actual cash handling.  Park Community Credit Union currently has FT and PT openings.  Schedules vary.  PT schedules are perfect for students! Please apply online at www.parkcommunity.comor send resume to [email protected].  EOE

Role:

To assist the Credit Union in the achievement of its goal to always make a positive difference in each member's financial life. This is accomplished by providing the highest quality of service to internal/external members, identifying their financial needs and recommending products and services that would meet those needs. Additionally, while delivering service through the Interactive Teller systems, you are responsible for completing the member's financial transactions in a professional and efficient manner, effectively listening and answering member's questions.

Knowledge and Skills:

Experience:  One year to three years of similar or related experience. 

Education: A high school education or GED.

Interpersonal Skills: Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job.  Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the organization, generally regarding routine matters for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.

Other Skills: Must have excellent verbal communication skills.

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Loan Officer - Chemco Federal CU

Chemco Federal Credit Union is looking for a loan officer who is prepared to make a difference in the lives of members. 

Responsibilities:

Develops loan applications by evaluating applicant information and documentation.

Primary Job Duties:

  • Evaluates loan applications and documentation.
  • Helps members by answering questions; responding to requests.
  • Maintains member confidence by keeping loan information confidential.
  • Accomplishes credit union mission by completing related results as needed.

Skills and Qualification:

  • 2-5 years of credit union (or banking) experience required.
  • 2 years of college preferred but not required.
  • Excellent communications and member service skills
  • Strong attention to detail and a mind for numbers

If interested, please send your resume to [email protected].  EOE

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President - LG&E Co. CU

Overview:

The primary role of the President is to advise and support the Board of Directors. In the role of leader and manager, the President motivates employees, oversees operations for products, services, and programs, recommends policies to the Board, manages human resources, and implements the strategic plans of the Board.

This position reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for complete Credit Union operation.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Implements policies approved by the Board of Directors and Executive Committee

  2. Develops and implements procedures to operate the Credit Union in an effective, efficient and member-oriented manner
    1. Continuously evaluates procedures and operations to ensure they provide maximum value to the member and the Credit Union
    2. Implements changes to day-to-day operations when appropriate
    3. Develops recommendations for major changes and submits to Board of Directors
  3. Develops, recommends, and implements programs to improve the competitive position of the Credit Union
    1. Maintains knowledge of competition and trends in the industry
    2. Develops and implements marketing promotions and special loan packages
    3. Develops and recommends loan interest rates and dividend rates that provide maximum value for the customers and ensures profitability for the Credit Union
    4. Continuously evaluates the Credit Union’s product mix and the value it provides to the member and the Credit Union
    5. Develop credit policies and practices that are fair to both the members and the Credit Union
    6. Review interest rates offered through Qwick rate and approved brokers to ensure funds placed at these institutions earn maximum interest
    7. Maintains a proper balance of funds loaned out to members and funds on deposit in banks

  4. Operates the Credit Union within the letter and spirit of the law

  5. Communicates with and attends regular meetings with the Board of Directors of the Credit Union, presenting and discussing the following results:
    1. Monthly operating, financial, and committee reports
    2. Delinquency (recommendations for collection or other actions including charge offs)
    3. Composition of assets, liabilities, and capital
    4. Any other communications of an urgent or significant nature

  6. Cooperates with and, as appropriate, serves on all committees appointed by the Board of Directors

  7. Cooperates with auditors and all regulatory agencies

  8. Manages Credit Union staff
    1. Evaluates and recommends staffing levels
    2. Works with staff to prepare and document annual individual goals
    3. Reviews and documents job performance and recommends salary adjustments
    4. Develops, recommends, and implements incentive award programs for staff.
    5. Evaluates and recommends benefit packages for staff
    6. Determines work assignments and schedules
    7. Ensures professional and personal development of staff through cross-training, formal training, and delegation of responsibility and authority
    8. Develops, maintains, and consistently applies personnel policies

  9. Improves current level of knowledge and skill
    1. Networks with other Credit Union professionals
    2. Participates in professional and trade organizations
    3. Subscribes to and reviews trade and financial publications to improve skills and keep abreast of what is going on in the industry

  10. Performs other duties as assigned by Board of Directors

Please email resume and references to:[email protected]

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Senior Lender/Relationship Specialist - Service One CU

TITLE: Senior Lender/Relationship Specialist

REPORTS TO: Branch Manager

Position Summary

This position is responsible for providing exceptional service from the loan application to the approval process. Promotes and actively cross-sells Credit Union loan and deposit products and services. Responsible for performing a broad variety of financial services such as opening new accounts and assisting members with any account issues. Actively builds relationships with new, current, and prospective members. Demonstrates teamwork through positive interaction and cooperation with fellow associates, members of management and other departments. Supports and promotes the Credit Union’s Vision, Mission and Core Values.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Originates, processes, and closes consumer loans according to established policies and procedures.
  • Evaluates and verifies loan applications and credit criteria. Computes debt ratios. Verifies employment and income. Determines value of collateral. Requests additional information if required.
  • Generates new business and services existing members.
  • Assists individuals in establishing membership and opening deposit product accounts according to established policies and procedures.
  • Assess member needs and recommends the best product or service.
  • Initiates calls to members utilizing lead lists generated internally to increase membership and loan applications.
  • Ensures adherence to all internal policies and procedures. Maintains compliance with Federal laws and regulations set forth by all regulatory agencies.
  • Offers alternative recommendations for non-conforming loans.
  • Assists members with opening and closing accounts. Answers questions about products and services and assists with problem resolution. Directs members to appropriate departments for specific information and service.
  • Identifies cross-sell opportunities and cross-sells products and services to members based on their needs. Recommends credit life, disability, and mortgage insurance.
  • Assists in servicing loans by processing items such as payoff, refinances, problem loan arrangements, address changes, payment extensions, collateral releases, and payment due date changes.
  • Perform such duties as may be required from time to time for the overall management and operation of the Credit Union.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Develops connections and maintains involvement in the community.
  • Maintain all correspondence and documentation through the consumer loan underwriting and decision process and ensure documentation is archived in document retention system.
  • Coordinate the preparation and issuance of adverse action letters to members.

Educational/Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • Three-Five years of experience in a Lending and Relationship role.
  • Customer service background.
  • Equivalent work experience may be substituted for education requirement.

Physical Requirements

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and see, talk or hear. The associate is frequently required to stand and walk. The associate must regularly lift and/or move 20-35 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.

Qualifications

  • Demonstrated track record in a lending and relationship role.
  • Strong communication skills; understanding how to tailor product and service solutions to members with differing needs.
  • Advanced knowledge and understanding of related legal and regulatory standards.
  • Proven sales experience, particularly in cross-selling products and services.
  • Advanced knowledge of consumer lending practices.
  • Working knowledge of commercial and mortgage lending.
  • Ability to work various schedules and on Saturdays as needed.
  • Ability to travel to other branches as needed.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.

Please apply at our website at https://socu.applicantpro.com/jobs/1424221.html.

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Senior Accountant - Service One CU

Position Summary
This position is responsible for directing, coordinating, maintaining, and controlling an accounting system that properly reflects the financial position and results of operations of the credit union in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Administers and maintains accounting policies and procedures consistent with GAAP, provides the Senior Management team with financial data and analyses, participates in establishing and implementing major goals and objectives, and confers with the SVP/CFO on all aspects of accounting operations. Serves as the primary resource in all aspects of accounting. The Senior Accountant is responsible for ensuring all general ledger transactions processed across the organization are recorded accurately and timely. Prepares periodic reports, reviews and reconciles data, and participates in the development of specialized financial data.

Provides Management and the Board of Directors with information needed for decision making. In addition, this position prepares accurate and timely accounting and regulatory reports for Management, Board of Directors, and regulatory agencies. Leads critical accounting functions such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, and fixed assets. Supports and promotes the Credit Union’s Culture, Vision, Mission and Core Values.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Remains current on industry trends, opportunities, and threats assessing impact on the organization.
  • Maintains awareness of FASB developments, anticipates effect on Service One’s accounting procedure, and recommends application to internal practices and systems.
  • Manages the general ledger, ensures all entries affecting the general ledger are recorded accurately and timely, and provides accounting/finance support to all areas.
  • Prepares daily, monthly, annual, and other periodic financial statements and reports.
  • Reconciles Credit Union corporate cash accounts daily. Promptly researches and resolves discrepancies.
  • Reconciles and reviews the Credit Union’s daily cash letters. Promptly researches and resolves discrepancies.
  • Reviews members' debit card activity daily and balances the related suspense account. Records settlement with third-party and posts exceptions to members' accounts as needed.
  • Posts daily credit card settlement entries to the General Ledger and reconciles daily. Promptly researches and resolves discrepancies.
  • Reconciles the shared branching suspense account. Resolves any settlement errors and coordinates with other credit unions as necessary.
  • Tracks and reports on collateral used to fund the Credit Union’s lines of credit. Prepares and submits the FHLB Collateral Certification quarterly.
  • Prepares FR2900Q report quarterly and submits to the Federal Reserve prior to the deadline. Analyzes required reserves and reports funding needs to the AVP, Accounting and Finance.
  • Provides accounting support for operations including researching and resolving frontline balancing discrepancies when unable to be resolved at the branch level.
  • Collects data needed for regulatory reporting such as the Call Report and FR2900Q; compiles data to accomplish reporting requirements; maintains transparent working papers; and files reports accurately and timely.
  • Ensures compliance of accounting records and reports with GAAP and governmental regulations.
  • Ensures all accounting functions and duties are accurately and promptly completed.
  • Oversees accounts payable process. Periodically reviews accounts payable invoices and regularly accounts for the sequence of official checks.
  • Manages the month-end close, prepares monthly financial statements, and reviews account variances with the SVP/CFO. Communicates material variances, the cause, and recommendations to Senior Management.
  • Reconciles assigned suspense accounts and promptly follows up on outstanding items.
  • Prepares various variance analyses as assigned or when needed to understand a problem. Participates in the month-end variance review against budget, prior month, and prior year. Assesses variances at the account level when performing reconciliations.
  • Reports to Management as necessary regarding accounting entries, reports, and analysis.
  • Prepares journal entries and balances work in other accounting areas as assigned.
  • Performs such other duties as may be required from time to time for the overall management and operation of the Credit Union.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Serves as the primary backup for the AVP, Accounting and Finance’s critical duties.
  • Serves as the primary backup for the Accounting Specialist’s critical duties.
  • Archives Credit Union records as assigned.
  • Assists with month-end closing procedures as assigned.
  • Contributes to preparation of the Credit Union’s annual budget and analyzes variances.
  • Assists with preparation of quarterly reports to external supervisory agencies.

Educational/Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required.
  • Minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in a similar or related role.

Physical Requirements

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and see, talk or hear. The associate is frequently required to stand and walk. The associate must regularly lift and/or move 20-35 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.

Qualifications

  • Requires a strong working knowledge of accrual accounting and generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Requires a good working knowledge of Credit Union policies and procedures.
  • Proficiency in current version of Microsoft Office Suite and the use of Credit Union or other computer-based accounting systems.
  • Exhibits strong accuracy and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrates strong analytical and technical skills.
  • Maintains knowledge and understanding of all credit union products and services.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.

Please apply at our website at https://socu.applicantpro.com/jobs/1502055.html.

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Vice President - Lexington Postal Community Credit Union

Title: Vice President
Reports To: President

Purpose

To be able to fulfill the functions of the President in his/her absence:

Interpret and apply policy set by the board of directors. Determine basic objectives of the credit union, form plans, and provide authority to achieve those objectives. Analyze and appraise the effectiveness of all operations. Be accountable for the results of credit union and subsidiary activities.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Have a working knowledge on how to prepare financial analysis reports on the operations of the CU.
  • Have a working knowledge on how to prepare and file required federal and state monthly, quarterly, and or annual reports.
  • Have a working knowledge on the daily operations of the accounting department, functions include daily accounting postings and balancing, review, prepare and pay bills, maintain fixed assets, pre-paid expenses and accruals and knowledge of the platform used in maintaining them.
  • Have a working knowledge on the daily back-office operations, functions which include processing of ACH’s, Share Drafts, ATM/Debit transactions, Mobile Check Deposits and VISA credit cards and the platform used for each of these back-office operations.
  • Have working knowledge on the daily loan operations, functions which include knowing the different loan types offered, take applications, review and analysis, decision and disburse, and the platform used in processing loans.
  • Have a working knowledge of establishing, implementing, and maintaining an effective delinquency control and follow-up program for all loan accounts that are delinquent, potentially delinquent, or charged-off in order to protect the assets of the credit union.
  • Have a working knowledge on all the products and services offered, which include Loans, VISA Credit Cards, Shares and Share Draft Accounts, Debit Cards, Online and Mobile Banking, analyzing current products, implementing changes or new products and the platforms used for these products and services.
  • Have a working knowledge on the daily teller and new accounts operations, functions which include all teller transactions, opening new memberships, account maintenances, handling Member issues and the platforms used for these.
  • Have a working knowledge of computer software skills, office equipment, the CU’s core processing system functionalities to determine any course of action when an issue arises.
  • Have a working knowledge on maintaining the CU facilities, functions include maintaining the daily operational of all facilities, addressing and correcting any issues that arises during daily operations.
  • Have a working knowledge of all policies, procedures and federal and state regulations, functions also include reviewing, making changes, implementing new or revised policies and procedures.
  • Have a working knowledge on marketing and public relations. To carry out and accomplish the goals set by the Board in growing the CU.
  • Have a working knowledge of the human resource department, functions include maintaining employee records, scheduling, evaluations, training, keeping staff informed on any changes, and keeping up with federal and state regulations surrounding employment laws.
  • Have a working knowledge of required monthly Board meetings and materials required.
  • Have a working knowledge of the required monthly, quarterly and annual audits and the state examination.
  • Have good communication skills, for this is used daily in multiple areas, which include communication with Members, staff (individually or as a group), vendors (they provide the CU with a product or service), Board Members, Committee Members, Auditors and Examiners.
  • All other Duties and Responsibilities as assigned by the President or Board of Directors

Physical Requirements
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and see, talk or hear. The associate is frequently required to stand and walk. The associate must regularly lift and/or move 20-35 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of financial service industry products, operations and procedures.
  • Knowledge of local, state and federal laws and regulations as they apply to credit unions.
  • Ability to understand and analyze financial institution legal and regulatory requirements and their implications on financial institution operations.
  • Excellent ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
  • Excellent ability to interact professionally with associates of all Credit Union departments, internal and external auditors, and federal regulatory examiners.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of computer software skills, core system, products, and services.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills with the ability to adapt quickly to change.
  • Demonstrated strong analytic skills and attention to accuracy.

Compensation & Benefits
Salary is commensurate with experience. We offer excellent benefits including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, retirement benefits, and life insurance.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.

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