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Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

Chattanooga, Tennessee

$1.4 Billion

Contact Information:

Zachary Blackshire | 281.719.2123

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

Chief Technology Officer

Position Summary
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union is in search of a Chief Technology Officer to join their team. This individual will direct and oversee all of the credit union’s technology planning processes to ensure and maintain the development of information systems following established policies and procedures. Reporting to the President/CEO, this candidate will set objectives and strategies for the credit union’s entire technology infrastructure including core operations, networking, disaster recovery, cybersecurity, data management, programming, and applications. Must have a diverse background in technology with extensive knowledge of IT systems and experience in change management and strategic planning. A Bachelors degree in Computer Science or Information Technology is required with a minimum of ten years related experience in a financial institution. Master degree preferred.

Company Profile
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, founded in 1936, as Chattanooga TVA Employees, a non-profit financial cooperative built on the promise of “people helping people.” Membership is a community based financial institution and open to people living, working, worshipping in the geographic area, and includes 13 surrounding counties of Chattanooga. In 1994, the name was changed to Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union to better reflect the membership base. Today, TVFCU is the 5th largest credit union in Tennessee, with 15 branch locations, more than $1.4 billion in assets, and over 138,000 members.

Community Profile
Chattanooga, set along the Tennessee River in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains offers a spectacular view of sandstone formations and beautiful gardens. This southeastern city in Tennessee rich in history has a paved Riverwalk with magnificent attractions, parks, outdoor adventures with numerous accommodation and restaurants to please any palate. It is conveniently connected by a free electric shuttle to enjoy the thriving arts scene or take a trip downtown to Lookout Mountain. With its urban amenities, Chattanooga offers a small-town feel and adventure for any age. Chattanooga was named as one of the “Top 45 Places to go in the world” by the New York Times and “10 U.S. destinations you need to see in 2018” by Lonely Planet.

An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.

You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Zachary Blackshire, Executive Recruiter at (800) 367-0433, extension 123 or

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