HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union
President/Chief Executive Officer
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union has an exceptional opportunity for an experienced executive to become its next President/Chief Executive Officer. This executive will be responsible for overseeing the operations, profitability, the growth of the credit union, and for advising and making recommendations that support the credit union’s strategic objectives as established by the Board of Directors. This candidate must have exceptional leadership abilities, financial acumen, and the ability to work collaboratively with the Board in developing specific policies, procedures, and programs. A Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Business Administration or related field is required, a Master’s of Business Administration is preferred, and a minimum of ten years’ executive experience within the credit union field or retail banking industry.
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union first opened on November 6, 1936 as Oahu Teachers No. 3 Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit federally insured financial cooperative owned and operated by its members, servicing elementary school teachers in the Honolulu District and all teachers from every grade level in rural O‛ahu. The credit union has since grown into the largest credit union in the State of Hawai‛i with an asset size of approximately $2.1 billion, and membership of more than 130,000 members served through 15 branch locations on the islands of O‛ahu, Maui, Kaua‛i, and the Big Island.
To learn more, please visit https://www.hawaiiusafcu.com/.
Honolulu is the capital and principal port of the State of Hawai‛i. Known for its roots in authentic Hawaiian tradition and as home to a melting pot of ethnicities, Honolulu is a modern city that extends about 10 miles along the southeastern shore of O‛ahu Island and 4 miles inland across a plain into the foothills of the Ko‛olau Range. Honolulu is the crossroads of Trans-Pacific shipping and air routes, the focus of interisland services, and the commercial and industrial center of the state. Hawaiian legend indicates Honolulu (meaning “protected bay”) was settled in 1100. Historically, the Port of Honolulu has served numerous manufacturing plants in the O‛ahu, including pineapple canneries, sugar refineries, clothing factories, and steel, aluminum, oil, cement, and dairying enterprises. The Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is one of the busiest in the United States. Nearby Waikiki, a primary destination for tourists offers a beach lined with luxury hotels, an aquarium, zoo, and the lively International Market Place. Honolulu is also the educational nucleus of the state and the site of the main campus of the University of Hawai‛i, Chaminade University, Hawai‛i Pacific University, and Honolulu, Kapi‛olani, Leeward, and Windward Community Colleges. The island is a great place to live, work and raise a family.
An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.
You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Jessica Jarman, Vice President at (800) 367-0433 extension 138 or [email protected].