Central Willamette Credit Union
Remote Position!! This is a great opportunity for the right CFO. You can work from home part of the time. If you are a CFO or VP of Finance in a bank, credit union or financial services industry company then check this out. An exciting CFO role that could lead to a succession opportunity! Central Willamette Credit Union (CWCU) is searching for a new chief financial officer (CFO). This career opportunity will be a fantastic experience that will bring you a challenge, and you will have direct strategic input to the CEO and board. The CEO is an innovative and dynamic leader that creates unmatched learning and a top tier culture. If you are a finance or accounting leader from the credit union or banking industry, you are the perfect candidate. We can see you there now!
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Qualified candidates may occasionally travel to branches and conferences - and will have the following:
a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or business administration (an advanced degree is preferred)
seven years of experience at the senior level in finance, treasury, and accounting at a financial institution
five years of experience in a managerial role
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 help others, embrace change, are eager to learn, and 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 Willamette Valley even better places to live, work, and play.