Congressional Federal Credit Union
President/Chief Executive Officer
Congressional Federal Credit Union is seeking a seasoned Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization and serve as the “Face of the Credit Union.” The incoming CEO will be responsible for establishing and executing the strategic goals and objectives of the credit union, evaluating the effectiveness of all operations; developing and providing direction, vision, leadership, and management to advance the credit union’s mission and objectives. This Executive will foster a culture of proactive service and innovation driven by member value, while promoting revenue, profitability, and organizational growth. In collaboration with the Board of Directors, this individual will oversee all credit union activities in accordance with the organization’s goals and policies. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills and be prepared to interact with the community, Members of Congress, and Business Leaders. Bachelor’s degree in business or a related field, along with ten to fifteen years of progressive senior leadership experience in a financial services organization is required.
Congressional Federal Credit Union was started by eight congressional employees in July 1953, with $40 in deposits. From those humble roots Congressional has grown to 47,000 members with over $927 million in asset size. Congressional Federal Credit Union’s mission has always been to help the people that serve on Capitol Hill achieve their financial goals by offering a wide range of financial services to their members. Congressional Federal Credit Union is an equal opportunity employer.
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An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.
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