State Employees Credit Union

Santa Fe, New Mexico

$867 Million

Contact Information:

Jessica Jarman | 281.719.2138

[email protected]

State Employees Credit Union

Chief Information Systems Officer

Position Summary
State Employees Credit Union (SECU) is searching for a talented and driven Technology executive to join their team as Chief Information Systems Officer. Reporting directly to the CEO, this role will oversee the credit union’s technology infrastructure and information systems tools. This position will be responsible for developing short- and long-term objectives to provide efficient and cost-effective technology tools, as well as lead, manage, direct, and coordinate the planning, production, and activities of the credit union’s information systems department. The successful candidate will be proactive, results driven, fully committed to the credit union’s mission and vision and strive to achieve the highest standards of excellence. A high school diploma along with a minimum of 8 years related industry experience is required. 8 years of progressively responsible management and supervisory experience preferred, including integrating and coordinating diverse areas of an organization.

Company Profile
State Employees Credit Union opened its doors over 60 years ago. All employees and volunteers believe in the commitment to the members, local communities, and each other. This organizational culture is so important that it is featured in the credit union logo with respect to the traditional Zia Sun symbol, enhanced by three rings representing what is most important – the members, the communities, and staff. As a not-for-profit financial institution, the credit union pours earnings back into the credit union to provide better rates, products, and services for their members and it has earned a designation in the nations top 200 credit unions. SECU has branches in multiple cities in New Mexico. To learn more, visit

Community Profile
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a city like no other. Situated at 7,000 feet in the foothills of the southern Rocky Mountains, Santa Fe is the highest and oldest capital in the U.S. With a legendary history and culture around every corner, an art scene that spans traditional to contemporary, award-winning cuisine and countless recreational and performing arts opportunities, Santa Fe has a lot to offer and has been chosen many times as a destination city. Creativity and cultural diversity is the heart of this community. Today Santa Fe is the sum of its powerful history, with many families tracing their roots back several generations, a small-town atmosphere, and an international reputation for artistic and architectural sophistication.

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].

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