Fremont Federal Credit Union

Fremont, Ohio

$274 Million

Contact Information:

Sarah Hilton | 281.719.2133

[email protected]

Fremont Federal Credit Union

President/Chief Executive Officer

Position Summary
Fremont Federal Credit Union is searching for a magnetic leader with proven efficiencies in operational management, strategic planning, and organizational and cultural development, to take over the role of President/Chief Executive Officer. This individual will oversee the organization’s entire operations; these responsibilities include, but are not limited to, management of all credit union personnel, maintaining compliance with all governmental and regulatory requirements, and ensuring peak financial performance. This position reports directly to the Board of Directors, and as such, is expected to be a liaison between the credit union’s Board, its management, its front-line employees and support personnel, and its members. This person must be capable of exercising effectual leadership in order to manifest the credit union’s vision via engaging credit union staff to achieve goals and initiatives, set through the strategic planning process. Seven to ten years of experience at a financial institution with increasing responsibility is required, Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Company Profile
Fremont Federal Credit Union is not just another community financial institution. We are a financial cooperative made up of members sharing a common bond – membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in all of Sandusky & Ottawa Counties and parts of Seneca & Wood Counties. We’ve been around since 1946 and have steadily built a strong reputation in Sandusky County for great service, low loan rates, higher than market deposit rates and payroll deduction. For more information, please visit

Community Profile
Fremont is the county seat of Sandusky County, Ohio. It was originally known as Lower Sandusky. Lower Sandusky had its beginnings as a village of the Wyandot people. In 1849, Lower Sandusky residents changed the village’s name to Fremont, in honor of John C. Fremont, who had just acquired California for the United States. Among Fremont’s most prominent residents was Rutherford B. Hayes, an Ohio governor as well as the nineteenth President of the United States. Many of the city’s businesses are agricultural, however, other businesses include cutlery, battery, rubber, electric switch, and sugar manufacturers, as well as pork processors. Many Fremont residents commute to Toledo, thirty miles away. Sandusky County also has several important manufacturing establishments, including Crown Battery, Carbo Forge, Whirlpool Corporation, Heinz USA, and Lear. Fremont has beautifully maintained parks, exciting bike and hiking trails, and natural creeks and rivers for fishing and swimming. In the spring, sport fisherman flock to the Sandusky River near downtown Fremont to take part in the walleye and white bass spring run fishing phenomenon.

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].

Share This Job


Sign up to receive the latest news from D. Hilton