Central Willamette Credit Union (CWCU) is searching for a new chief financial officer (CFO) due to the retirement of their current CFO in 2020. The CFO must be a leader from the financial industry. The CFO will report to the CEO and actively make contributions to the executive team. On the team, the CFO will provide valuable insights, information, ideas, and expert opinions necessary to achieve the strategic direction and business plan objectives.
The CFO is responsible for motivating, empowering, and impassioning staff in a manner consistent with the credit union’s purpose and philosophy. The CFO must support a culture where the staff understands they are the key to success and have a personally vested interest in the credit union. This position is responsible for the management of the financial strength and profitability of the credit union through the management of financial planning, analysis and control, investments, asset-liability management, and liquidity; including the development of strategies, goals, and objectives.
Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or business administration or an equivalent amount of work experience, and prefers candidates have an advanced degree. Candidates must have at least seven years of experience at the senior level of finance, treasury, and accounting in a financial institution, with at least five years of experience in a managerial role. Candidates must be willing to travel occasionally.
CWCU values, respect, integrity, ethics, compassion, and humor. At CWCU, these five core values are not just words on a wall; they are a daily way of life. CWCU’s purpose is to build local loyalty, connect to the community, and make life easier for those they serve. To accomplish this, they hire team members who demonstrate a strong desire to serve others, who embrace change, who are eager to learn, and who enjoy a good laugh. CWCU is laser-focused on building a stronger financial future for each member and is passionate about making the communities of the Willamette Valley even better places to live work and play.