Torrance Community Credit Union

Torrance, CA

Contact Information:

Sarah Hilton | 281.719.2133

[email protected]

Torrance Community Credit Union

President/Chief Executive Officer

Position Summary

Torrance Community Credit Union seeks a well-rounded and dynamic executive to assume the President/Chief Executive Officer role at the start of 2024. Collaborating with the Board of Directors, the CEO will develop and execute the strategic direction and corresponding long- and short-term goals, while maintaining the stability and health of the credit union and building on its strong foundation. Through motivational, servant leadership and effective teamwork, the CEO will lead the credit union’s management team in providing exceptional service and products to its members, thereby ensuring growth and profitability. A bachelor’s is required, with a minimum of seven to ten years of management/executive experience within the credit union field or retail banking industry is required.


Company Profile

Torrance Community Credit Union (TCCU) began with fifteen members and a federal charter to serve the Torrance City Employees. Sixty years later, Torrance Community Credit Union prides itself on continuing to serve its members with all the same amenities as a big bank. From its humble beginnings, TCCU has grown to over $171 million in assets and serves 7,600 plus members. With a goal of providing its members with the best possible rates, exceptional member services, and progressive and innovative financial products in an ever-changing financial environment, the credit union remains an advocate for the financial well-being of its members. TCCU contributes to several area charities and not-for-profit organizations. These organizations include, Heal the Bay, Food for Kids with the Volunteer Center in Torrance, American Cancer Society, and many more. TCCU maintains an ongoing relationship with the Torrance Education Foundation (TEF). To learn more, visit


Community Profile

Torrance is located in the South Bay (southwestern) region of Los Angeles County, California, near many attractions. Torrance has a moderate year-round climate with warm temperatures, sea breezes, and low humidity. Torrance’s population is 147,000 and has 1.5 miles of shore-front beaches on the Pacific Ocean. With an urban, suburban mix feel, ample restaurants, parks, and highly rated public schools, Torrance is a great place to live 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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