First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union
Senior Vice President of Information Technology
First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union is in search of an experienced and detail-oriented professional to join their team as the Senior Vice President of Information Technology. Reporting to the President/CEO, this position will lead the IT department to meet the credit union’s strategic goals and enhance the excellent service to members. Other duties will include implementation and maintenance of current systems in place, directing and coordinating activities of the IT team, and providing technology leadership and mentoring. The ideal candidate will have in-depth IT field experience and be able to adapt to the credit union’s culture, systems, and environment. A Bachelor’s degree and five to seven years’ experience in the information technology field is required.
First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union has been providing members friendly and convenient full-service banking since 1960. Recently recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best In-State Credit Union, First Peoples Community FCU serves over 32,000 members with more than $446 million in assets. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, regularly conducts business in, worships, or attends school in Allegany, Garrett and select Washington Counties of Maryland or Somerset, Bedford, and Fulton Counties of Pennsylvania or Mineral, Hampshire, and Morgan Counties of West Virginia. First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union is a financially sound organization with a committed group of members and employees who constantly strive to improve upon the quality and quantity of member services. To learn more, visit https://www.firstpeoples.com/.
Cumberland, Maryland, established in 1787, is a picturesque city nestled within the Appalachian Mountains in Allegany County. This charming community is located about two hours from the major metropolitan areas of Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, and Pittsburg, PA, providing small-town living with access to all the perks of big city life. The bustling Downtown Cumberland Historic District offers sidewalk cafes, antique stores, boutiques, and art galleries. Throughout the year, residents and tourists alike can enjoy the many festivals and block parties, as well. Maryland’s State and National parks offer great opportunities for hiking and biking. If quality of life is important to you, your family, your business, your lifestyle – then take the time to discover Cumberland. You’ll come for a visit but stay for a lifetime.
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].