Truliant Federal Credit Union
Chief Operations Officer
Truliant Federal Credit Union is searching for a talented executive to join their team as Chief Operations Officer. Reporting to the President, this position will oversee the consumer and commercial lending departments, branch operations, financial advisors, and the Truliant at Work program. The ideal candidate will display strong leadership skills and the ability to guide and inspire outstanding performance and service excellence. Leading the overall operations of the Credit Union, responsibilities will include development, implementation, and administration of the Credit Union’s strategic goals and objectives. Other duties include the ability to identify business opportunities and industry trends to meet the emerging needs of the organization. A Bachelor’s degree is required along with ten years demonstrated financial services experience with multiple years in a commercial and/or mortgage lending environment. Additionally, ten years of management experience is required, five of which in a senior management role.
Truliant Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1952 to serve the employees of Western Electric and was formally known as Radio Shops Credit Union. Truliant Federal Credit Union has more than 220,000 members and over $2 billion in assets. With over 30 Member Financial Centers and servicing more than 1,100 organizations throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, Truliant is dedicated to their mission to enhance the quality of their members’ lives while being their preferred financial institution to ensure financial success through innovative technology and programs. One of the greatest strengths of Truliant Federal Credit Union is their ability to serve their members with their best interests at heart.
Established in 1913, when two adjoining towns Winston and Salem united, Winston-Salem is rich in history. Originally a settlement by the Moravians, who had a reputation for arts, culture, and innovation, Salem became a thriving trade center. Nearby Winston emerged as a national leader in tobacco and textile manufacturing. Nicknamed the City of Arts and Innovation, Winston-Salem strikes a balance between commerce and the arts, making it a city that is very attractive to businesses and cultural icons. Home to the first Arts Council in the US, Winston-Salem paved the way for Arts Councils nationwide. Offering excellent education in the form of six colleges and universities, leading in the field of nanotechnology research, manufacturing, and finance, Winston-Salem is a unique and wonderful 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 Jessica Jarman, Vice President at (800) 367-0433, extension 138 or firstname.lastname@example.org.