United States Senate Federal Credit Union
Chief Lending Officer
United States Senate FCU is in search of a progressive lending executive to fill the role of Chief Lending Officer. Reporting directly to the CEO, this role will be responsible for overseeing all facets of the lending functions, including consumer loans, indirect loans, and residential mortgages; ensuring sound lending practices in accordance with NCUA regulations and credit union guidelines. This individual will guide the team to provide excellent service by researching and staying on top of the latest lending trends, conducting market analysis for maximum loan retention and competitive rates. Serving as a key member of the executive management team, the ideal candidate will exhibit creativity, self-motivation, excellent communication, visionary, and leadership skills. A Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or a related field of study is required, Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of five years in a senior management role with experience in commercial, mortgage, and consumer lending is required.
United States Senate FCU, started out in 1935, at the height of the Great Depression, when nine United States Senate employees pooled their resources and chartered the credit union with $45 and a mission to provide quality financial services to workers throughout the Senate. Now with over 80 years as a dignified credit union, United States Senate FCU has nearly 40,000 members with assets totaling over $950 million. With the original mission still intact, the credit union strives to continually introduce innovative new products and services, including user-friendly checking accounts and online banking services, to meet their members’ needs in an era of rapid technological change. Last year United States Senate FCU received a 5-Star Rating with Bankrate.com and ranked #79 in the Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in the Nation with DepositAccounts.com by Lending Tree. In March 2019, S&P Ranked United States Senate FCU as the #1 credit union in the Nation.
The city of Alexandria, Virginia occupies ~16 square miles in the northeastern tip of Northern Virginia sitting upon the western bank of the Potomac River, and just seven miles from Downtown Washington D.C. Alexandria is renown for it’s well-preserved 18th and 19th century architecture, red brick sidewalks, cobblestone streets, and historic Old Town district. Old Town Alexandria hosts an abundance of museums, community events, and over 200 independent restaurants and boutiques. There are five public four-year universities within 25 miles of Alexandria, as well as a primary and secondary public school district that ranks nationally in the top 10% for academics. With so much to offer, it is clear why Alexandria was named #1 Best Value U.S. Travel Destination 2018, Top 5 Best Small City in the U.S. 2018, and South’s Prettiest Cities 2018.
An excellent competitive compensation package will be offered to the selected candidate.
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