Oregon State Credit Union

Corvallis, Oregon

$2.1 Billion

Contact Information:

Sarah Hilton | 281.719.2133

[email protected]

Oregon State Credit Union

President/Chief Executive Officer

Position Summary
Oregon State Credit Union is searching for its next President/Chief Executive Officer, as the current long-term President/Chief Executive Officer plans to retire. This executive will work in partnership with the Board of Directors and Leadership Team to develop the organization’s strategic plan aligning with the needs of the membership. The CEO will be responsible for establishing and achieving major organizational objectives, providing direction of credit union activities, ensuring long-term financial stability, and measuring the results. The chosen candidate will be a steward of the credit union’s culture, by encouraging an environment of transparency, innovation, and collaboration, as well as continually developing an effective and engaged Leadership Team. The ideal candidate will exhibit excellent communication skills and possess a track record in successfully growing a financial institution. A bachelor’s degree in is required, as well as seven to ten years of executive experience within the credit union or retail banking industry. Advanced degree preferred.

Company Profile
Oregon State Credit Union originated in 1954 with just $25 as Oregon State College Federal Credit Union. Through careful management, the credit union grew in capital strength, services, and membership. Today, Oregon State Credit Union is a thriving, $2.1 billion in assets credit union with nearly 140,000 members. Anyone living or working in the 24 counties in Central and Western Oregon that Oregon State CU serves is eligible for membership. Oregon State CU is proud to honor its commitment to its vision to create financial solutions that make lives better. To learn more, visit

Community Profile
Corvallis, Oregon sits in the heart of western Oregon’s Willamette Valley. It’s a walkable and bike-friendly city, with a vibrant downtown that offers many restaurants and breweries, boutiques, and art galleries. The area has charming neighborhoods with historic houses, community festivals, and monthly art walks. Over 60 miles of multi-use trails, parks, natural areas, and national wildlife refuges surround Corvallis, making for excellent hiking, biking, and nature walks. There are also fishing, kayaking, swimming, and camping opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. With an
excellent school district, highly rated Community Colleges, and Oregon State University right in town, higher education opportunities are at your doorstep. Oregon State University is regularly ranked as one of the safest campuses in the nation; WalletHub recently ranked Corvallis as the fourth best overall college city in America. Nearby, both Eugene and Portland have airports and offer more “big city” shopping opportunities. Known for prioritizing environmental responsibility, Corvallis sits within easy access to Oregon’s finest natural recreational and scenic areas: ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, high desert, wine country, and the rugged Cascade Mountain and Coast ranges. Corvallis has the benefits and appeal of a friendly, small-town atmosphere while having access to amenities in larger cities, making it 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 Sarah Hilton, Senior Vice President at (800) 367-0433 extension 133 or [email protected].

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