Library of Congress Federal Credit Union

Washington, DC

$300 Million


Contact Information:

Sarah Hilton | 281.719.2133

[email protected]

Library of Congress Federal Credit Union

President/Chief Executive Officer

Position Summary
Library of Congress Federal Credit Union is in search of a President/Chief Executive Officer with an innovative and strategic vision to build upon the credit union’s success, and to grow its membership and the membership’s products and service offerings for the future. This executive will direct the overall operations of the credit union, implementing short-term and long-term objectives, plans, and policies to ensure financial stability in accordance with the guidance provided by the Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will have strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational management skills with a high level of integrity and superior understanding of the financial industry to provide first class member service. A Bachelor’s degree, as well as at least five to seven years of executive experience within the credit union or banking industry is required. Advanced degree preferred.
Company Profile
Library of Congress Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1935 by twelve Library of Congress employees who purchased 17 shares at $5 each. Today, LCFCU is a full-service institution with $300 million in assets and over 9,000 members across the globe, offering world-class products and services to meet members’ needs as they seek to achieve financial success. Membership is open to LOC employees, volunteers, researchers, and scholars of the Library of Congress, as well as employees of companies who choose to make membership in Library of Congress FCU an employee benefit and retirees of participating employers. Family and household members of these groups are also eligible to join the LCFCU. To learn more visit: http://WWW.LCFCU.ORG.

Community Profile
Washington, DC, the Nation’s Capital, is the country’s political power center, home to all three branches of the federal government. The city and its metropolitan area are a diverse, cosmopolitan region with a lot to offer. The city/region features monuments, memorials, free museums, family-friendly neighborhoods, top-rated public and private schools, colleges and universities and more. In addition to historic sites, Washington, DC is also known as an international city, home to embassies and consulates. It has become increasingly known as a culinary destination with an impressive array of established and new restaurants that offer vibrant international cuisines. Each year from late March through April, the cherry trees bloom, culminating in the National Cherry Blossom Festival, where the whole city comes to life in pink. There is something for everyone to enjoy in this mighty capital.
An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.
You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Sarah Hilton, Senior Vice President at (800) 367-0433 extension 133 or [email protected].

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