Provide superior level of service to members and employees by supporting all operations for the credit union as assigned. Process and post member ACH payroll, wires, share draft returns, and charge backs. Process all account payables and receivables in the appropriate gl. Post entries to member accounts and the general ledger, reconciles branch cash order and deposit accounts, ATM settlement accounts and process FR2900 transmission. Reconcile other miscellaneous g/l accounts as needed. Prepare reports and forward them to the appropriate parties. Assemble the monthly board package. File and/or scan documents and reports in the archival system. In all dealings with the public, members or employees, responsibility or ownership is taken and pending issues are monitored to resolution. Participate in monthly finance/ALM meetings with members of the board of directors.
Work with the CEO to set department goals and to advise the senior management team on the credit union’s investments portfolio and how to maximize return on earnings. Prepare the quarterly NCUA Call Report. Coordinate and collect data to be used to create the annual credit union budget and to assist in charting the growth initiatives for the organization. Familiarity with and an understanding of back office regulatory requirements and update policies and procedures accordingly. Performs other projects and duties as assigned. In all dealings with the public, members, employees or credit union board members, responsibility or ownership is taken and pending issues are monitored to resolution.
Accounting degree or an equivalent combination of college level accounting and related work experience. Supervisory experience. Financial institution experience preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of the credit union’s operations and accounting policies and procedures highly desirable. Extensive PC and spreadsheet experience required. Advanced oral and written communication skills. Patience and flexibility (the ability to handle multiple tasks and to prioritize tasks) essential. Responsible for abiding and complying with the policy for compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money laundering laws and regulations (BSA/AML) and the policy for compliance with office of foreign assets control laws and regulations (OFAC).
Hoya Federal Credit Union is a member-owned, not-for-profit, financial institution, serving the Georgetown University community. Since 1964, we have helped our members manage their money and achieve their financial goals.
You can turn to Hoya Federal Credit Union with confidence, knowing that we have a stable asset base, a healthy loan portfolio, and the highest levels of federal deposit insurance. Because we are a not-for-profit financial institution, we return our profits to our membership in the form of low loan rates, low fees and high savings yields.
Our members are our top priority, so we make decisions based on your best interests. Rather than treating you like a number, we take a friendly, personal approach that will make you feel right at home.
Credit Unions are made up of volunteers who dedicate time and energy to setting the direction of the credit union without compensation. Hoya Federal Credit Union volunteers include its Board of Directors and the Supervisory Committee.
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