Credit Union of Georgia

Kennesaw, GA

$652 Million

Contact Information:

Jessica Jarman | 281.719.2138

[email protected]

Credit Union of Georgia

Chief Technology Officer

Position Summary

Credit Union of Georgia is seeking a talented Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to provide strategic direction for their organizational technology initiatives. The CTO will lead the development and implementation of technology platforms that support the business operations and enhance the digital experience for its members. This seasoned professional will offer guidance that reinforces the organization’s culture, mission, and values. This forward-thinking individual will oversee the credit union’s brand standards, align IT goals, and lead the planning of all information systems, including hardware and software conversion, procurement, development, and project enhancement. A bachelor’s degree in IT or a related field is required, a master’s degree preferred, with 7 to 10 years of progressive IT leadership experience preferably credit union or bank.


Company Profile

Credit Union of Georgia, since its opening in 1960, has become the 9th largest credit union in Georgia with $651 million in assets. When first established, the credit union served the faculty, staff, and students of local school systems and institutions of higher learning. Now, the credit union proudly provides banking services to over 36,000 members who live, work, attend school, worship, or volunteer in Northwest Georgia. The credit union consists of full-service locations in Northwest Georgia, a nationwide ATM network, and a full line of services and products. Credit Union of Georgia highly values providing excellence in personalized service by increasing member satisfaction and utilizing relevant state-of-the-art technology to do so. Also, the credit union has always had a passion for education and giving back to local schools. To learn more visit


Community Profile

Kennesaw, Georgia, nestled in the northern reaches of the Atlanta metropolitan area, boasts of a unique blend of suburban tranquility and urban vibrancy. Renowned for its high quality of life, this city offers a plethora of attractions and activities to suit every taste. Residents and visitors alike can partake in the city’s vibrant annual festivals, explore the enchanting landscapes of Smith-Gilbert Gardens, unwind with a leisurely picnic at Swift-Cantrell Park, or delve into the rich history of the region at the Southern Museum of the Civil War and Locomotive History. Additionally, the charming shops and eateries at Towne Center provide the perfect backdrop for a leisurely day of shopping and dining. With its harmonious mix of old-world charm and modern amenities, Kennesaw is a destination that truly has something for everyone.



An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.

You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Jessica Jarman, Senior Vice President at (800) 367-0433, extension 138 or [email protected]

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