Chief Executive Officer

Plymouth County Teachers Federal Credit Union

Wareham, MA


Position Description

The Board of Directors at Plymouth County Teachers Federal Credit Union (PCT) is searching for an inspirational Chief Executive Officer to lead and execute their strategic vision for their membership. The incoming leader will oversee financial stability and manage operational efficiencies while creating new products and services for its membership.

The Chief Executive Officer must possess a collaborative style of management and a forward-thinking approach, generating business opportunities and building positive relationships with its existing members while promoting the Credit Union within the community.

This individual will directly manage the Credit Union operations, including accounting/finance, facilities, marketing, lending, and all retail operations, ensuring the Credit Union maintains safety and soundness, maximizing team performance, and supporting critical initiatives defined by the Board of Directors.

A bachelor’s degree in business management or a related field and a minimum of seven years of senior leadership experience with a proven track record of successfully leading a stable financial institution is required. An advanced college degree, MBA, or professional certification is advantageous. Exceptional leadership skills, knowledge of industry best practices, and the ability to develop and empower team members are essential requirements of the role.

PCT Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Wareham, Massachusetts, a quiet town on the edge of Cape Cod, with $60 million in assets and over 3,800 members. The Credit Union’s journey began in 1962 when teachers recognized the need for accessible financial resources for their fellow educators. The Credit Union continues its dedication to serving the financial needs of educators in Plymouth County with an expanded membership to include other groups and individuals, serving the unserved in their community.

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Application Deadline
Dec. 15, 2023