Senior Vice President of Finance

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Position Description

We are announcing a fantastic opportunity - senior vice president of finance for one of the strongest credit unions in the United States. This role will report to the President/COO and indirectly to the CEO.
Many organizations focus on achieving a somewhat arbitrary growth number that was made up by the board or CEO. Growth to get bigger was never a focus of Police and Fire Federal Credit Union (PFFCU). They are indifferent as to whether they grow 6% or 8% or 10%. They are passionate about being great at the things that matter to the business and the members. Every day you and your managers come to work, focus your energy and effort on making PFFCU great in the critical success factors that drive the business.
Are you the perfect candidate? Do you have strong financial management skills concerning investment securities portfolio management, including portfolio analysis? In addition, do you have experience with budgeting and analysis skills, ALM/ALCO, and product pricing? Candidates must have a strong understanding of investments with actual management expertise and forecasting with hands-on modeling skills- Fiserv prologue/Sendero preferred. An understanding of lending risks and pricing of products is required. This candidate must fit into PFFCU’s corporate values of member service, teamwork, commitment, and performance.
Candidates should have expertise in the following areas: investment securities portfolio management, budgeting, annual and monthly analysis, ALCO & ALM, secondary mortgage markets, commitments and sales, liquidity and cash flow management, compliance, policies, and miscellaneous financial review and analysis.
Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree; a master’s degree is preferred. 15 or more years of work experience with at least 5 years in a management capacity and experience in the credit union or banking industries is a must.

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Application Deadline
Jun. 1, 2020