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WyoCentral FCU looking for Chief Financial Officer

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WyoCentral Federal Credit Union is now hiring a Chief Financial Officer to provide management, ensure proper compliance, and help with record-keeping aspects of the credit union.


Pay range of 50-65K, depending on education/experience.

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Position Purpose:

Direct and manage all practices and activities in the Finance and Accounting functions to ensure compliance with State and Federal rules and regulations. Manage auditing, accounting, and record-keeping activities of the credit union to ensure they meet generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP). Make recommendations relating to budget preparation, income forecasts, and operational changes as needed.

Reports to:


Job Responsibilities:

  • Directly or through subordinates, oversee and manage the financial and accounting functions of the credit union to include: ALM, AP, AR, budgets, collections, GL, financial analysis, financial reporting, and recordkeeping, investments, payroll, and taxes.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate policies and procedures for the Accounting/Finance Department. Ensure that policies and procedures reflect current regulations and are communicated to and implemented by subordinates.
  • May direct and supervise development, production, promotion, and sale of the credit union’s products and services.
  • Present monthly reports to the board of directors and senior management.
  • Participate in determining deposit and loan rates.
  • Provide guidance regarding investment decisions.
  • Serve as trustee of the credit union’s pension plan.
  • Hold periodic staff meetings, identify areas for improvement, changes in procedures, new developments, or changes in services. Keep staff up to date on trends and general credit union information.
  • Assist with lease negotiation and major purchasing decisions for capital equipment or other capital asset expenditures.
  • Provide direction for planning model runs.
  • Assist in the analysis of new branch site locations and closings of existing branches.
  • Develop, perform, and oversee various internal audit procedures (e.g. cash counts, teller drawer audits, review of employee accounts, loan documentation, wire transfers, etc.).
  • Serve as the credit union’s liaison with regulatory agency examiners and auditors.

To apply, send your résumé to Annie Sorensen at asorensen@wyocentral.org

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