Carolinas Credit Union League
The Carolinas Credit Union League, with administrative operations in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Columbia, South Carolina, is conducting an executive search to replace their retiring President/CEO of 14 years. As the President/CEO, you will work in partnership with the board of directors and be in command of the association (Carolinas Credit Union League), the service corporation (Professional League Resources), and the charity (Carolinas Credit Union Foundation). The board will look to this seasoned executive to support credit unions in both North and South Carolina through advocacy, operational support, leadership development, and regulatory compliance services. The successful candidate will bring a vision that will continue to build upon the strategy of balancing the relationship of delivering products and services through the association that have a value proposition, and driving revenue generation through the association’s service corporation. The ideal candidate will have 10 plus years of executive leadership experience in the credit union industry, possess a fundamental understanding of the credit union movement and purpose of the league structure, and have demonstrated an active involvement in the strengthening the industry. Please include reference number 1062 when applying.
Established in 2014, the not-for-profit Carolinas Credit Union League unites the former leagues of North Carolina and South Carolina, each begun in 1934 by leaders committed to the cooperative spirit and the common goal of credit union growth. The Carolinas Credit Union League is at its core a primary advocate for credit unions, helping to focus members’ collective political voice. Yet, it is much more than a strong advocate by helping promote credit union success through regulatory compliance support, product enhancement, service delivery, and employee education. Membership in the Carolinas Credit Union League affords credit unions a complete spectrum of services through the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and its affiliates. Credit unions in North Carolina and South Carolina also are part of thirteen regional chapters, each an autonomous subdivision of the league. Chapter membership aids credit unions in the advancement of credit unions’ purpose through local and regional means.
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