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Branch Manager (posted 09/30/15)

North Star Community Credit Union, an $82 million credit union headquartered in Cherokee, Iowa is seeking a highly motivated, experienced professional to join our team as the Branch Manager for our Ida Grove, Iowa office.

The Branch Manager will provide leadership for the branch employees and manage the day-to-day operations of the branch. The Branch Manager is responsible for growing the branch and meeting the diverse financial needs of our members. The Branch Manager also serves as a loan officer and oversees branch lending functions. Strong consumer and mortgage lending experience is a requirement of this position.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in finance (or related fields), although comparable work experience and specialized training will be considered. A minimum of three years supervisory and lending experience is desired. The Branch Manager will be required to obtain a license to sell credit insurance products.

Please send a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to:

Branch Supervisor/Manager (posted 09/08/15)
Illinois Community Credit Union is seeking an experienced Branch Supervisor/Manager to lead the retail staff in our Plano Branch. The Branch Supervisor/Manager will be responsible for directing and administering the operational effort of the Credit Union Branch, ensuring that established policies and procedures are followed, including training, directing and supervising branch staff, and ensuring members are promptly and professionally served. He/she will be responsible for developing new business throughout the community and within the current membership. He/she will participate in a full range of services to members. Previous loan origination experience is required. We are looking for someone who is self motivated and dedicated to superior member service with a proven ability to mentor and develop staff. A 4 year degree is strongly preferred and ability to speak Spanish is desirable.  Interested candidates please contact Gwenn Bosshardt at 815-895-7746 or send resume to

Business Development/Member Relations Coordinator (posted 09/28/15)
Reports To: Branch Supervisor
Supervises: N/A
Department: Operations
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Date: September ‘15                                             
Job Summary: A sales position with a primary focus on sales development and relationship building through the promotion of deposits, loans, fee-based services and the retention of members. Responsible for selling a full range of banking products and services to meet existing and prospective members' needs, while providing specialized care and service to existing and prospective credit union members. Utilize and promote the consultative sales and service process, using the prescribed tools and interacting with the staff for referral activity.  Develop a strategic plan for development of new business/memberships and provide tactical steps for implementation. Manage the day-to-day business development functions of the credit union. Cultivate new, and maintain existing, relationships for all facets of corporate sponsorship, auto dealers, realtors, etc. Giving frequently presentations and approach possible new group’s. Serves as liaison between  members and the credit union.  Responsible for opening new accounts (primary shares, sub shares, IRA’s ATMs, credit cards, and loan processing/closings).  Serves as primary contact for member inquiries.  Actively and effectively promote products and services. Promote the CU image/brand.

Essential Duties/Functions:

  • Develop an annual strategic marketing plan and present it to Management for approval.
  • Monitor the workflow of the department against goals and targets for new business development.
  • Monitor the budget for new business development to remain on track with projected expenses.
  • Create target sales of all loan products also process credit cards requests and order cards.
  • Perform routine transactions related to opening accounts, process, close and disburse loans.
  • Represents the credit union to the members in a courteous and professional manner and provide prompt, efficient and accurate service in the processing of transactions. Assist members in selecting the products and services that best meet their needs and goals.
  • Mentor, coach, and train employees on how to deal professionally and effectively with members, SEGs, and other contacts in promoting the credit union.
  • Research the demographics of the area in which the credit union operates and determine population groups served by the credit union.  Develop contact lists of potential new SEGs or members to reflect research.
  • Contact prospective members, SEGs, auto dealers, brokers, etc. to present information on products and services of the credit union.
  • Serve as the primary liaison and contact for the credit union’s existing SEGs and maintain all facets of the relationship.  Make formal presentations at SEGs to introduce the credit union to employees; answer questions and provide a resource that encourages participation.
  • Coordinate enrollment meetings at SEGs. Responsible to increase penetration. Responsible to achieve and exceed monthly membership and loan goals.
  • Be a visible presence in the local community and sponsor community.  Promote the credit union through visible participation in business, community, and charitable organizations and activities.
  • Promote all products and services with cross-selling to meet members’ or SEGs’ needs.
  • Participate in and working of onsite sales related events.  May participate in local community events or SEG groups to increase branch awareness.
  • Consistently cross-sell credit union products and services, increase product penetration levels, meet product penetration goals via internal sales and target market mailings.
  • Respond to members’ requests, problems, and complaints, and/or coordinate problem resolution through cooperative relationship with product specialist.
  • Adhere to and remain abreast of all regulations governing banking, savings and lending.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of credit union history, philosophy, policies and procedures.
  • Float to other branches to cover and assist when staffing levels necessitate or need assistant with business development.
  • Other duties as assigned to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Management

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

The Business Development/MRC has a good understanding of the credit union’s products and services and is accountable for delivering guidance by effectively matching customer’s needs with both service transactions as well as through needs assessment and sales. Executing a business development plan, will build new and maintain existing customer relationships, resulting in outcomes that define excellence in the customer service experience.

Customer Service:
Individual demonstrates a positive and helpful attitude toward members (internal and external), understands their importance to CMECU and understands how his/her job affects members; establishes and maintains good relationships through interactions or work completed; projects a positive and professional image of CMECU.

Individual must possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Be able to write clearly and concisely, using proper grammar, spelling and punctuation. Be able to express self in speech; Be able to give power point presentations, speak to small or medium size groups, be able to address concerns or problems in an open, non-defensive manner while conveying self-confidence and knowledge of subject in speaking to members.

Job Knowledge:
Individual possesses and demonstrates the technical ability to perform required duties, is practical in applying knowledge to assignments, and maintains expertise by keeping current with new developments, policies and procedures.

Problem Solving:
The ability to define and offer solutions to resolve problems. Uses knowledge of the organization to identify helpful resources. Attention to detail at the level at which tasks are performed carefully, accurately and in accordance with policy and procedures.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business and work experience for at least 3-5 years in business development and sales setting with positive results. Familiarity with opening new savings accounts and loan origination, processing and closing is a plus. Strong interpersonal, customer service, business development and sales skills required to provide high standard of service. Knowledge of Microsoft office is required.

The responsibilities outlined in this document serve as a general description of the job function.  It is not exhaustive in expectations or qualifications and should not be interpreted as such.  Further, this document is not to be interpreted as a contract or guarantee of employment.

How to Apply:
To apply for this position please visit Chicago Municipal Employees Credit Union at and click on Careers at the top of page.
Chief Financial Officer (posted 09/24/15)
Position Summary:  Performs financial, accounting and/or planning activities daily, monthly and annually, following GAAP, general departmental guidelines, and procedures in support of various financial functions such as budgeting, auditing, financial analysis, and modeling. Assists in preparing and writing policies, procedures, internal controls, and other actions to better the credit union. Responsible for preparing the monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements and supporting reports for the President, Board of Directors and Committees. Other duties and tasks will include special studies, reports, analysis, and recommendations in areas such as budgets, forecasts, modeling, financial plans, governmental requirements, statistical reports and business forecasts.  Please email resumes to

Collector (posted 08/05/15) 
Department: Collections 
Reports to: Manager
Major Purpose:  To correspond with the member, both in written and oral communications, to resolve any delinquency problems. Prepare all required documentation on accounts sent to collection agencies, attorneys, repossession agencies or bankruptcy courts.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Be able to answer general questions concerning all types of credit lending policies and procedures being utilized by 77th Credit Union.
  • Be able to interpret a member's credit report.
  • Be able to assemble and process the necessary paperwork for the filing of claims with the bankruptcy courts with management's approval.
  • Be able to assemble and process the necessary paperwork for the assignment of accounts to collection agencies, repossession firms and attorneys for collection with management approval.
  • Be able to process delinquency notices.
  • Be able to post delinquency notice fees to members accounts.
  • Be able to transfer available funds from member savings account to delinquent loans.
  • Be able to maintain, operate and balance a teller drawer.
  • Maintain all collection files in a neat and orderly manner as prescribed by management.
  • Transfer available funds to delinquent loans and process delinquent loan notices.
  • Be familiar with all 77th Credit Union collection policies, procedures and practices.
  • Be able to represent 77th Credit Union on all bankruptcy and legal court cases concerning the collection of any member loans, if necessary.
  • Be able to work extra or flexible hours if necessary for the collection of any delinquent or charged off loan.
  • Call members regarding delinquent loan balance and follow up on repayment promises.
  • Be able to explain 77th Credit Union's VISA Program and Overdraft Privilege Program to members.
  • Initiate necessary collection calls and letters associated with the programs.
  • Process citations to discover assets.
  • Process child support levies.
  • Be able to do an audit on a delinquent account, when required.
  • Attend training when requested by management.
  • Assist, organize and maintain approved statistical reports.
  • Perform other duties and functions that may be assigned by management.

Position Requirements:

  • Education:
    • High School Graduate or GED Certificate
  • Experience:
    • Minimum of 3 years of related credit union work experience or equivalent experience in related work with another employer. Collection work with another financial institution or a Bachelor of Science in Business from an accredited college is recommended
    • Prior collection experience is desired
  • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    • Former experience in banking or loan granting with other financial organizations.
    • Prior credit union experience desired.
    • Exhibit competency in using current technology, such as computer, calculator, etc. necessary to complete required and miscellaneous responsibilities.
    • Understand all 77th Credit Union credit granting, collection and membership policies.
    • Pass a Basic Math Skills Test.
    • Be able to write a business letter using acceptable business language with correct spelling and punctuation.

Interested candidates should e-mail Al Town, Manager 77th Street Depot Federal Credit Union at 77thstreet210@sbcglobalt  or send resume to: Al Towns; 77th Street Depot Federal Credit Union; 5401 S. Wentworth, Unit 26; Chicago, IL 60653.

Consumer Lending, Vice President (posted 08/12/15)

Position Detail: American Heritage Federal Credit Union, with over $1.5 billion in assets, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is currently seeking a Vice President of Consumer Lending to lead the consumer and indirect lending functions of the credit union.  This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced financial executive to drive loan volume at a successful credit union.  This position will be responsible for developing and maintaining a home equity lending program, implementing and driving an outbound sales program, increasing indirect lending volume, expanding loan origination channels, and decentralizing underwriting to maximize loan volume.  Additionally, this individual will be charged with streamlining loan operations through the use of technology, and enhancing the lending staff through coaching and mentoring. The successful candidate will have advanced knowledge in all lending products, five plus years of experience at a financial institution in a lending capacity, and a Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, finance, or an equivalent field of study.  A Master’s degree is preferred.

Company Detail: American Heritage Federal Credit Union, chartered in 1948, is a $1.5 billion member-owned financial cooperative serving over 700 sponsor companies. It is the 132nd largest credit union in the country based on asset size, and the 114th largest credit union in the US, based on number of members, with over 136,000 members and 30 branches in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, and Camden Counties. Philadelphia is a city enriched with history, arts, and culture.  The city has more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city, and Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park is the largest landscaped urban park in the world. Home to the Liberty Bell and the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia is one of the most iconic cities in the United States.

Questions on your next career move? Contact Marcus Cotton, VP Executive Recruiting, at 832-200-8714 or email

Chief Financial Officer (posted 08/24/15)
IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, a dynamic and growing institution located in Moline, IL with assets close to $1B, is in search of an exceptional individual to join our Executive Team as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO).  This position will serve as an Executive overseeing the area of Finance and Accounting.  The CFO will work as part of the Executive Management team responsible for formulating long term objectives, goals and assist staff in developing plans that support overall Credit Union growth.  This position will work collaboratively with all areas of the credit union as a top executive. This position requires the ability to analyze data and use results in a strategic manner to lead, motivate and mentor staff.  A Bachelor’s degree and/or ten or more years of related experience is required.  IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union offers a competitive compensation package including goal driven incentives and benefit package including 401k.  Send resume with salary requirements to:

Director of Finance (posted 09/24/15)
Reports To: Chief Executive Officer
Department: Accounting
Supervises: Accounting Staff
Date: June ’15
FLSA: Exempt
Salary: $60,000.00

Job Summary: Direct and manage all practices and activities in the Finance and Accounting functions to ensure compliance with State and Federal rules and regulations. Manage auditing, accounting, budget and recordkeeping activities of the credit union to ensure they meet generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP) and CMECU policies.  Make recommendations relating to budget preparation, income forecasts, and operational changes as needed.

Essential Functions:

  • Directly or through subordinates, oversee and manage the financial and accounting functions of the credit union and update and inform CEO.
  • Responsible to manage and prepare the entire annual budget and present a draft to CEO for comments, modifications and changes.
  • Responsible to drive revenue and manage expenses.
  • Develop, implement, review and evaluate all policies, plans and procedures for the Accounting Department.  Ensure that policies and procedures reflect all applicable laws, current regulations and are communicated to and implemented by subordinates.
  • Manage the timely preparation and review of various journal entries and  account reconciliations related to debt and equity by weekly meetings.
  • Review consolidated financial schedules for inclusion in monthly management reporting packages for accuracy and compliance.
  • Participate in the planning, testing stages, cost analysis and control systems for new product offerings and also preparing of new or update current policies, procedures.
  • May direct and supervise development, production, promotion, and sale of the credit union’s products and services.
  • Responsible for the internal audits and communicate the results with CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Present monthly reports to the Board of Directors and Senior Management.
  • Participate in determining deposit and loan rates.
  • Provide guidance regarding investment decisions.
  • Hold periodic staff meetings. Identify areas for improvement, changes in procedures, new developments, or changes in services.  Keep staff up to date on trends and general credit union information.
  • Assist with lease negotiation and major purchasing decisions for capital equipment or other capital asset expenditures.
  • Develop, perform, and oversee various internal audit procedures.
  • Serve as the credit union’s liaison and provide all necessary documentation requested by external auditors and regulatory agency examiners.
  • Ensure that the Credit Union’s all filings with IRS are in compliance, update and on time.
  • Other duties and ad hoc projects as assigned by the CEO and /or to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Accounting department and the Credit Union

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and CPA required. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of 7+ years experience in accounting. Demonstrate mastery of financial statement preparation. Fluency in SEC, GAAP and IRS regulations and reporting requirements. Demonstrate mastery of cash flow preparation. Ability to read, analyze and interpret common industry journals, financial reports and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries, complaints from members, regulatory agencies and the business community.   Experience working in credit union environment preferred. Proficiency in MS Office with high proficiency in Excel. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and able to communicate and influence at all levels of the credit union. Strong analytical skills as well as organizational skills. Ability to be discreet with confidential information. Ability to work a flexible schedule during key business deadlines or per CEO request. Must be team oriented individual.

The responsibilities outlined in this document serve as a general description of the job function.  It is not exhaustive in expectations or qualifications and should not be interpreted as such.  Further, this document is not to be interpreted as a contract or guarantee of employment.        

How to Apply: To apply for this position please visit Chicago Municipal Employees Credit Union at and click on Careers at the top of page.
Financial Services Associate (posted 08/24/15)
Oak Trust Credit Union is currently seeking a full time or part time Financial Services Associate at our Plainfield branch. Responsible for providing superior member service in a timely and accurate manner. Assist members, and support other credit union personnel, with all types of member transactions, and product and service concerns. Answer phones and in-person member queries. Follow up on inquiries by researching and providing accurate information and recommendations toward a solution. Please send resume to or mail to 12251 S Route 59 Plainfield IL 60585.

Financial Services Manager (posted 09/02/15)
NorthStar Credit Union is seeking a Financial Services Manager for our main office in Warrenville, Illinois.  Candidate requires strong leadership and supervisory skills, as well as being well organized in our fast paced, high volume department.  Candidate must possess confident and proven loan underwriting skills in consumer, business, mortgage and indirect lending as well as the ability to adapt to a constantly changing regulatory environment.  The ideal candidate will effectively oversee the department by monitoring performance standards and provide mentoring, coaching and training of staff to ensure organizational goals and objectives are achieved.
Send resumes to: c/o Lisa Kleven, VP of Lending, 3 s 555 Winfield Rd., Warrenville, IL., 60555.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Confidently underwrite loan applications and new accounts in a high volume environment while adapting to continually changing regulatory obligations.
  2. Support the Sales & Service Manager in the development of the FSR sales, technical and people skills through observation, spot coaching, department huddles and individualized mentoring while maintaining effective employee relations.
  3. Demonstrate accountability for individual, department and organizational goals.
  4. Serve as a positive example for department staff by performing various member tasks including transactions, research, account opening, loan closings, etc. as needed.
  5. Problem-solve within established policies and procedures and resolve member concerns that require a management-level decision.
  6. Keep VP of Lending abreast of any departmental or ongoing member issues.
  7. Possess a willingness to accept and perform new job responsibilities as needed and to accept change when required in performance of job responsibilities.
  8. Proactively learn and utilize new products and technologies while also supporting the training process and fostering positive adoption amongst the Financial Services team.
  9. Good oral and written communication skills in handling both employee and member relations. 
  10. Identify risks and suggest potential opportunities for procedural improvement or change.
  11. Ensure all required documentation is complete and accurate in accordance with the lending policy and Customer Identification Program (CIP).
  12. Support credit union community involvement initiatives and participate in community activities.
  13. Perform other duties as required or assigned.

Job Specifications:

  1. Ability to actively listen and communicate effectively.
  2. Ability to take responsibility for individual and department performance and development.
  3. Ability to influence and support team performance and development.
  4. Ability to develop member relationships in order to effectively cross-sell products or services.
  5. Ability to problem solve and make sound decisions.


  1. Minimum of 5 years proven underwriting experience and leadership or supervisory experience in a sales environment required.
  2. Minimum requirement of High School diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. 

Job Openings - Great Lakes Credit Union
It’s a great time to join Great Lakes Credit Union (GLCU)! We are looking for quality employees to ensure first-class service to our growing membership throughout Lake, McHenry, Cook, Dupage, Will, Kane and Kendall Counties in Illinois and Kenosha County Wisconsin. We attract, develop, and retain the best talented human resources available. We also offer Generous Employee Benefits for both Part-Time and Full-Time Employees! (Credit Union Membership and Discounts – Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance – Life/Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance – Short and Long-term Disability Insurance – 401(k) Plan – Paid Time Off, Sick Time, and 10 Legal Holidays – Tuition Assistance - Employee Assistance Program – Incentives, Recognition, and Awards!)

Current Opportunities:
Accounting Specialist I (FT) – Bannockburn, IL

Administrative Assistant Mortgages (FT) – Naperville, IL

Building Maintenance Technician (FT) – Bannockburn, IL 

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Help Desk Technician (Information Technology) - Naperville
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Member Services Representative (FT & PT) Call Center – North Chicago, IL

Mortgage Loan Originator (FT) – Naperville, IL

Mortgage Loan Originator (FT) – North Chicago, IL

Mortgage Loan Processor, Naperville

Mortgage Loan Processor, North Chicago

Programmer Information Systems (FT) – North Chicago

Teller I (PT) – Antioch, IL
Indirect Financial Service Representative (posted 09/02/15)
The primary function of the Indirect Financial Service representative position is to obtain the necessary information to process and complete consumer loan applications. This responsibility includes examining credit reports and related documents to ensure accuracy and compliance with existing underwriting and processing guidelines. Capability of underwriting and processing consumer loans with security that includes  but is not limited to autos, motorcycles, campers, trailers, RVs or boats while maintaining quality standards set by the credit union. The focus of the position will be on Indirect lending. This includes cultivating dealer relationships through open and professional communication. Assistance with other Indirect department duties may be required.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Review and analyze loan request from dealers.

Comply with underwriting, processing policies and guidelines when completing loan requests.

Analyze consumer credit reports to evaluate risk and make appropriate credit decisions.

Review documents to support credit decisions such as dealer contracts, verification of income and other related documentation.

Assist with tracking and or monitoring all aspects of monthly activity in the department.

Develop business relationships and build rapport with dealer partners through open and professional communication.

Actively work with dealer partners and internal staff to ensure that approved loans are funded according to established expectations.

Meet or exceed established targets for turn around time on call backs and funding.

Participate in all required compliance training as assigned. Adhere to credit union AML/BSA policy and procedures including CTR and SAR (identify and refer suspicious activity.)
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
Ability to work a minimum of two Saturdays a month (Other days/hours as needed)

Assist in various department projects

Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:
High school Diploma or equivalent

Minimum 2 years related experience in consumer loan underwriting

Solid understanding of concepts, practices and procedures related to consumer lending

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Interested candidates should contact: Kim Brown, Human Resource Generalist,

Indirect Lending Dealer Representative (posted 09/24/15)
If you are interested in working for a leader in the credit union industry, then we are looking for you! We are a dynamic company with growth opportunities. Our membership base consists of ComEd/Exelon, Northwestern Medicine, and Northwestern University employees and students, as well as a 12-county community charter including Evanston and Rockford.

We are currently seeking an Indirect Lending Dealer Representative (outside sales) to represent the credit union and sell our indirect lending program in the following northern Illinois counties: Boone, DeKalb, DuPage, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Stephenson, Will, and Winnebago.

This position is responsible for cultivating and enhancing relationships with automobile dealerships participating in First Northern Credit Union’s indirect lending program along with onboarding new dealers in First Northern’s field of membership as described above.

The Indirect Lending Dealer Representative is responsible for executing the Indirect Loan Department’s Strategic Plan, objectives, and goals by building a loan portfolio achieving budgeted volume objectives while maintaining the credit union’s guidelines for credit quality.

A qualified candidate should have:

  • Auto finance sales, or related, experience
  • 3+ years of sales/business development/marketing experience
  • Demonstrated sales ability to aggressively market lending products and manage customer relationships
  • Ability to work independently
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Excellent internal and external service skills
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Reliable vehicle
  • Ability to travel (80%+ outbound)
  • Professional image

We offer great benefits and pay.
Compensation: High 30's to low 40’s, car allowance, plus monthly incentive opportunities

Please be advised that First Northern conducts background and credit checks for all positions.

First Northern has operated an in-house indirect vehicle loan program since April 2006. The indirect program has grown the portfolio of “active” dealerships to approximately 30 to 50 dealers located in: Joliet, Rockford, Loves Park, Naperville, Aurora, Belvidere, Freeport, DeKalb, Downers Grove, Elgin, Lisle, and more.

If you are interested in this employment opportunity, please apply to  EOE Drug-free environment M/F/D/V

Loan Processor (posted 10/08/15)
HealthCare Associates Credit Union is seeking an outgoing, ambitious individual to process incoming consumer loan requests (vehicle, unsecured, home equity) from application to closing.  Primary duties include:  new loan input, initial contact call, document preparation, loan disbursal and answering member inquiries.

Interested individuals must possess strong customer service, clerical and cross-selling skills.  Applicant must be a detail-oriented, organized individual with problem-solving abilities and excellent communication skills.

Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Prior banking experience preferred. Average typing skills (30wpm) Computer literate, familiar with Microsoft Windows and basic word processing programs a plus 

We offer a highly competitive salary, 401(k), pension plan, tuition reimbursement, plus other outstanding benefits.  Resumes must include salary history to be considered.  Submit resumes to: HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES CREDIT UNION, Attn: Jean Morris, 1151 E. Warrenville Road, PO Box 3015, Naperville, IL  60566; E-mail:; Fax: 630 717-4705  Equal Opportunity Employer m/f

Member Center Specialist (posted 09/18/15)

Description:  Full service nationwide credit union headquartered in Elgin, IL is seeking a Full Time Member Center Specialist in their Call Center. As a team member, you will be responsible for handling incoming member phone inquiries and providing member education in a friendly, professional and efficient manner. You will also be required to cross sell our products and services with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic approach. 

This position requires excellent communication, interpersonal and effective sales skills. We offer highly competitive pay and outstanding benefits.

Requirements: Candidate must have earned a High School diploma. Minimum 1 year of customer service is preferred and/or 2 years credit union experience. PC proficiency required. Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently. Previous call center experience a plus.

Interested candidates can send their resume via to or fax to 1-847-888-6653 Attn: Jenny.

Member Relations Teller - Full time (posted 10/08/15)
Reports To: Head Teller
Department:  Member Relations Management
Supervises: None
Date: April 2015
FLSA: Non-Exempt

Job Summary: Perform routine teller transactions, including but not limited to deposits, withdrawals, cash advances, loan payments, credit card payments, and transfers, while identifying opportunities to cross-sell. Will cover branch locations as business dictates.

Essential Functions:

  • Positively represents the credit union to members in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Performs receipting/disbursing of funds services for members.
  • Maintain account relationships through timely and accurate posting of members’ transactions.
  • Responsible for accurate cash handling and daily balancing of cash drawer.
  • Examine checks for endorsement and negotiability.
  • Adhere to and remain abreast of all regulations governing share accounts and transactions.
  • Must be able to work and communicate effectively with prospective and current members and fellow employees.
  • Responsible for ensuring confidentiality of member information and professional delivery of quality services.
  • Identifies members’ needs to provide prompt, efficient and accurate services in the processing of transactions.
  • Responds to or directs members’ requests, concerns, and inquiries to appropriate departments.
  • Provide routine information on credit union services and policies.
  • Actively cross-sell all products and services offered by the credit union.
  • Assists in training, balancing and related functions as may be required.
  • Other duties as assigned to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Business Development department and the credit union.

Qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent required.  Minimum 3 years teller experience and strong sales skills required.  MS Outlook, Word and Excel proficiency, strong math, data entry and keyboard skills.  Accurate cash handling and customer service skills and positive interpersonal skills.

Expectations:  Accuracy, Cross-Selling, Professionalism, Quality customer service, Team player and Positive attitude.

The responsibilities outlined in this document serve as a general description of the job function.  It is not exhaustive in expectations or qualifications and should not be interpreted as such.  Further, this document is not to be interpreted as a contract or guarantee of employment.

CMECU offers a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401(k). To apply email resume to:, fax to: 312-276-4536 eFax or mail to: CMECU, 18 S Michigan Ave, Ste 1000, Chicago, IL 60603, Attn: Human Resources

Mortgage Loan Originator (posted 09/02/15)
Build relationships with members by providing service excellence with the member’s best interest in mind.  Be an expert on the credit union mortgage products and services and proactively match with member needs.  Exercise sound, independent judgment, ensuring all processes are accurate and complete and be a trusted financial partner.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for bringing in mortgage business for the credit union through previous contacts, relationships and referrals from realtors, builders and branches

Interview potential applicants to develop information concerning their needs and other information; obtain and review pertinent financial and credit data

Responsible for approving loans for the Mortgage Department

Responsible for assisting members with information about loan products and interest rate options, preparing and sending initial disclosures to members and submitting information to mortgage loan processor

Monitor the entire mortgage loan process for compliance and consistency

Responsible for communications with the member throughout the entire process and work with the processors through to closing

Keep informed of trends and developments in the local real estate market and changing rules and regulations pertaining to mortgages.  Make recommendations to VP of Lending for betterment of department based upon information collected.
Develop and maintain internal relationships to drive cross sell opportunities for other credit union products

Develop and maintain relationships via engaging in outside marketing and promotional activities making office visits, attending open houses, trade shows and realtor events

Needed Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Sales and consulting skills

Familiarity with local real estate market and the mortgage industry

Knowledge of mortgage lending, processing, credit analysis and mortgage regulations

Knowledge of mortgage loan products, secondary market and underwriting guidelines for secondary market and conventional loan programs  

Ability to comprehend, analyze and explain multiple loan programs, financing options  
Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment, demonstrate initiative, meet deadlines and maintain poise under challenging circumstances

Excellent interpersonal and communication and organizational skills

Interested candidates should contact: Kim Brown, Human Res
ource Generalist, 

Senior Risk Management Specialist (BSA / Compliance Officer) (Posted 09/24/15)
Are you seeking a rewarding career and outstanding benefits with a growing organization?  At Abri Credit Union, we are looking to place a qualified individual in our Senior Risk Management Specialist position. Our credit union has 7 branches with just over $316 Million in Assets.  Our main office is located west of Chicago in Romeoville, IL.  If you enjoy helping people succeed financially, we want you! 

Location:  1350 W. Renwick Road Romeoville, IL 60446
Reports to: VP of Human Resources & Risk Management

This experienced Senior Risk Management Specialist will proactively perform audit tasks to mitigate fraud and loss to the credit union as well as to ensure adequate internal controls are in place. This Senior Risk Management Specialist will act as the BSA / Compliance Officer and ensure that all credit union activities comply with the applicable federal and state laws and regulations, NCUA rules and regulations, and related financial industry laws and regulations.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Specialized training in BSA / AML preferred.
  • Five years of operations experience in a financial institution required. Operations experience in a credit union preferred.
  • Proficiency with Crystal Reports preferred. Cash handling proficiency is a plus. Experience in auditing as well as XP2 system is helpful.
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Must possess strong critical thinking skills and ability to independently make and act upon decisions that support department and credit union goals and objectives.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills where tact, persuasiveness, discretion, accuracy, and clarity are essential; sound public presentation skills.
  • Interpersonal skills demonstrating the ability to work cooperatively with all levels of employees, board members, and management as well as members; ability to approach and resolve conflict in an efficient manner.


  • Performs internal audits in each branch including but not limited to cash counts, verification of other near cash inventories, new and closed accounts, loan underwriting, and collections for policy adherence, and expense approvals.
  • Initiates investigations of suspicious member / staff activity as appropriate to determine facts pertaining to the situation. Obtains evidence and collects information required for prosecution. Communicates with external law enforcement agencies, providing requested evidence for prosecution and potential restitution of losses.
  • Researches, completes, and submits all related legal filings including but not limited to subpoenas, citations, levies, garnishments, child support orders, liens, social security reclamations, surrender notices, and turnover orders.
  • Implements BSA/AML program to ensure compliance requiring quickly grasping, identifying, and addressing BSA and OFAC issues, including review of branch procedures, timely filing of reports, and assisting with training of staff as well as providing annual training to the Board of Directors.
  • Reviews member accounts including employee, officials, family member accounts, high risk accounts and dormant accounts to identify policy violations or risk of loss.
  • Files corporate insurance claims and handles follow up on claims.
  • Assists CPA, regulatory, and insurance examiners during audits as necessary.

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