The Tennessee Credit Union

Nashville, Tennessee

$399 Million

Contact Information:

Sarah Hilton | 281.719.2133

[email protected]

The Tennessee Credit Union

President/Chief Executive Officer

Position Summary
The Tennessee Credit Union is searching for a seasoned executive to lead the credit union as the President/Chief Executive Officer. This individual will be responsible for directing and achieving the overall goals and objectives included in the strategic plan, maintaining the credit union’s financial health and stability, and ensuring compliance with all applicable State and Federal laws, while working with the Board of Directors. The successful candidate will be a motivational, team builder who understands the credit union’s member focus and can direct organizational change while building consensus. A Bachelor’s degree and minimum of ten years executive experience within the credit union field or financial services industry required.

Company Profile
The Tennessee Credit Union was founded in 1950 by a group of Nashville school system educators with the goal of helping members achieve personal financial growth and a secure and sound financial future. Today, the credit union serves more than 24,800 members, educators and select employer groups statewide, with over $399 million in assets. TTCU is a full-service credit union, providing fewer and lower fees than banks, lower interest rates on loans, above market rates on deposits, excellent service, and is committed to members’ financial well-being. The Tennessee Credit Union’s mission is to honor traditional credit union values while utilizing innovation to provide an exceptional member experience. To learn more, visit

Community Profile
Nashville, Tennessee, the state capital, is a thriving city filled with industry, culture, and music. Local major industries include healthcare management, auto production, finance, education, music production, and tourism. As of 2017, Nashville boasted the third fastest growing economy in the nation, as well as consistently ranking among the lowest for cost of living. The city is home to many colleges and universities, including Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University, and Belmont University. As the “home of country music,” Nashville is home to attractions like the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and the CMA Music Festival. With its year-round mild climate, vibrant culture, and booming industry, Nashville is 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, Vice President at (800) 367-0433, extension 133 or [email protected].

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