Financial Plus Credit Union
President/Chief Executive Officer
Financial Plus Credit Union is in need of a strategic executive to lead the credit union in the role of President/Chief Executive Officer. Collaborating with the Board of Directors, this executive will be responsible for establishing major goals and objectives for the credit union. The ideal candidate will provide leadership, direction, and guidance of credit union activities in achieving corporate-wide goals and strategic objectives. This role will actively define and execute the company’s culture mission of SPARK! (Sincere, Proud, Attentive, Respectful, Knowledgeable, Ownership) service standards, as well as represent the credit union to regulatory agencies, trade associations, community and civic organizations, members, and other financial institutions. A Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Business Management or Finance, or equivalent experience, along with seven to ten years of progressive credit union experience at a senior management level is required.
Financial Plus Credit Union, founded in 1952 by Chevrolet UAW represented employees, grew from serving automotive employees only to becoming a community chartered credit union, and finally a state-chartered credit union. Today, Financial Plus serves members in 34 Michigan counties with a membership exceeding 56,000 and assets over $567 million. Financial Plus believes that the member is the heart of everything, and their success is the credit union’s success. For more information, go to www.myfpcu.com.
Flint lies on the Flint River in eastern Michigan, about 60 miles northwest of Detroit. Flint originated as a trading post and progressed to a fur-trading, lumbering, and agricultural center. Due to an abundance of timber, the Durant-Dort Carriage Company came to be and by 1900 more than 100,000 horse-drawn vehicles were produced annually. By the 1950’s General Motors had the largest single manufacturing complex in Flint and the city’s growth paralleled the success of the automotive industry. Flint offers several higher education options such as Kettering University, Mott Community College, and University of Michigan-Flint. Other attractions are the Flint Institute of Arts, Robert T. Longway Planetarium, and Alfred P. Sloan Museum which form part of the Flint Cultural Center. This city is built on the tradition of innovation transforming from an auto city to becoming a diverse 21st Century hub; committed to reinventing itself by building upon its rich history, strong character, resilience, and enduring work ethic.
An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.
You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Sarah Hilton, Vice President at (800) 367-0433, extension 133 or [email protected].