This is a listing of job opportunities in credit unions and related organizations in Hawaii. If you are interested in a particular job, respond directly to the credit union. The Hawaii Credit Union League acts as a clearinghouse for this listing and cannot assume responsibility for the validity of their descriptions.

Submissions to the Hawaii Credit Union League CU Classifieds can be submitted by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by fax to 808.945.0019. Please indicate the dates you want your classified ad posted. All classifed ads will be taken off this list after three months.

on "October 19, 2018 3:08 pm"

At Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union, we are always looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our winning team. A great opportunity for that right person!   

Back Office Specialist

Primary Responsibilities: The Back Office Specialist is responsible for back office clerical functions and to answer member phone calls.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • Two years experience in a clerical position.
  • Must be able to effectively and professionally communicate (both in written and oral form) to both internal customers and external members.
  • Must have knowledge in Excel and Word.
  • High school degree or equivalent.

Excellent Employee Benefits.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Email your resume with cover letter to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or snail mail to:

Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union
Attn: Human Resources
681 S. King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

You may also visit our website at https://www.hawaiicentral.org/about-us/careers to complete the application and fax to:  808-681-7130.

on "October 16, 2018 8:20 am"

Administrative Assistant

Candidates with exceptional interpersonal and organization skills are sought for HFDFCU’s administrative assistant position, available immediately. We look forward to discussing the position with candidates who love what they do and want to do it in a professional, small, and laidback credit union office. Daily work hours are generally weekdays 7:45 am to 4:15 pm.

Additional details and a link to apply are available by clicking here. Please use the link to apply or inquire; We are not able to accept calls or separate e-mails about the position.

on "October 02, 2018 7:12 am"

MEMBER RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE  (Relief-Kapolei Homebase)
Under the direction of the Branch Manager; provides quality and efficient member service by processing various transactions, by opening new accounts, completing loan applications/loan closings and other credit union services. Cross-sells the various products and services the credit union offers to members according to the member’s needs. Will be required to meet and greet members as they enter the branch, and meet physical requirement of continuous standing at the pods, as well as walking through the lobby. Must be able to travel from branch to branch with no advance notice, and must be able to operate standard and advanced office equipment, including phone, personal computer, Tablet, mobile devices, copier, fax, etc. Successful candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a High school diploma or equivalent with experience in a credit union or similar type financial institution, or equivalent education and work experience

OPERATION SUPPORT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE
Under the direction of the Senior Operation Support Services Representative and Operation Support Services Manager, assist members and internal members via telephone and other communication channels by providing prompt, quality, efficient and accurate member services and cross-sell products and services available. Successful candidate shall possess at least 1 (one) year experience in a similar job function and responsibilities with a financial institution, or equivalent education and work experience. Must have a working knowledge of computers. Must be able to communicate effectively and a positive image verbally and in writing to internal and external members.

Please send resume and salary requirements to:
Hickam Federal Credit Union
Attn: Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 30025, Honolulu, HI 96820
Or, e-mail resume in MS Word.doc or PDF format only to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
No phone calls, please.
An Equal Opportunity Employer

on "September 25, 2018 3:04 pm"

Operations Supervisor

Seeking a professional who has extensive knowledge in branch & back-office operations, compliance, supervising and training staff.  Will be responsible for managing day-to-day branch operations.  Candidate must have a two-year degree or work-related experience, a minimum of five years in financial institution operations, and proficient in MS Outlook, Word and Excel.

Please send resume and salary requirements to:

Hawaii Schools Federal Credit Union
Attn:  Human Resources
233 Vineyard Street
Honolulu, HI  96813

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Fax: 538-3231

on "October 17, 2018 12:21 pm"

“Our doors are open - Discover the opportunities you can find here”

What do you envision for your future? We want to help you realize a vision of fulfilling work and financial security with a rewarding career at Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union. With us, it's more than just a job and a workplace. It's a chance to grow within our 'ohana, working for each other and helping our neighbors improve their financial well-being. Does this sound like you?

  •  Enjoys interacting with people
  • Goes above and beyond to provide excellent member service
  • Exhibits great written and verbal communication skills
  • Exudes positive, friendly energy
  • Makes good, sound judgements

If so, please look at our current openings and apply online at https://www.hicommfcu.com/About/About-Us/Employment/Job-Openings 

on "September 18, 2018 11:52 am"

Positions currently open

  • Call Center Agent (PT & FT) – Pearl City
  • Credit Service Manager (Collections)
  • Credit Service Representative (Collections)
  • Financial Service Officer (Loans) – Pearl City
  • IT Support Specialist I/II
  • IT Support Team Lead
  • Mortgage Loan Operations Manager
  • Service Specialist (Teller) – Various Locations
  • Service (Teller) Supervisor – Aiea & Mililani
  • Talent Development Specialist

Apply on our website at www.hawaiiusafcu.com/careers.

on "August 31, 2018 8:15 am"

Honolulu Federal Credit Union (HFCU) dba HOCU was chartered on December 3, 1936 as a financial cooperative for U.S. Federal Employees employed in Honolulu. It was the fifth credit union formed in what was then the Territory of Hawaii. The credit union was chartered as a not-for-profit cooperative, owned and operated for the benefit of its members.  Our mission statement reflects this dedication: "We are committed to serve our members by providing quality services, products and education to help achieve their financial success."

Teller I & Teller II

Purpose of position: Responsible for all front office duties for the retail delivery operations of the branch offices. Provides quality, courteous and friendly service by assisting clients/members in various transactions. Develops business relationships with members and provides information on all programs and services to all clients/members. Assists in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Communicates to management issues or situations that may be detrimental to the Financial Health and Reputation of the credit union. Supports decisions of the Board of Directors, Executives, and Management, and helps promote the organizational and strategic plans. Provides and practices Excellence in Service.

Essential Functions: Performs quality range of financial transactions, including, but not limited to, deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, cash advances, fee payments, travelers checks, money orders, certificates, and resolution of member issues. Performs Shared Branching teller transaction for guest members. Verifies and updates member information and maintenance files.

Determines membership eligibility and opens, modifies and closes accounts. Opens and closes various share sub-accounts.

Prepares and completes member payroll direct deposit forms, share and loan transfer forms, Share Draft and HELOC draft order forms, ATM and Visa Fast Check Card applications, CMO forms and Verification of Deposit (VOD) forms. Prepares and completes wire transfer forms for members.

Manages telephones within acceptable standards of service. Carries out member requests to completion or ensures referrals to appropriate department.

Actively participates in sales/referrals financial programs and services and utilizes good sales techniques and knowledge of products. Identifies member needs and interests. Develops business relationships with members and provides verbal and printed information and explains the features and benefits of appropriate products.

Processes and verifies change fund and secures funds appropriately. Performs end of day balancing procedures and assists with verification processes. Maintains verification and accuracy of inventories, records, and logs. Reports errors or cash outages immediately to Branch Manager.

Processes documentation, including, but not limited to, Currency Transaction Reports (CTR) and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), in compliance with regulatory requirements, related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Completes administrative functions, including, but not limited to filing, typing, faxing and photocopying documents. Ensures integrity and organization of records.

Develops and maintains knowledge of policies and procedures, including team-based department requirements. Develops knowledge and experience with products and services and regulatory requirements. Keeps current with service updates and training, both requested and assigned. Provides instruction and operational information on routine tasks, basic teller functions, policies & procedures to trainees and new staff.

Must demonstrate commitment to member service, dependability and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma, GED, or similar approved diploma program i.e. CBCDSP and six (6) months progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, OR six (6) months post-secondary college from an accredited educational institution.

Six (6) months progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, including cash handling and customer service experience. Basic knowledge of banking products, services and operations preferred. Basic mathematical accuracy, use of calculator by touch and light typing.

Ability to identify and resolve problems, and manage tasks accurately and efficiently. Attention to detail and organization to prioritize and meet deadlines. Good communication skills, including verbal, written and listening, to all levels of staff and customers, with tact and diplomacy. Demonstrated dependability and punctuality.

Physical Demands: Sitting/standing for continuous periods up to four (4) hours without break. Use of vision, hearing, speech, and working with hands. Some stooping, kneeling and lifting (25-30 lbs.) and carrying.

Member Relations Specialist

Purpose of position: Responsible for all front office duties for the retail delivery operations of the branch offices. Provides quality, courteous and friendly service by assisting clients/members with New Account, Loan services and teller transactions. Develops business relationships with members and provides information on programs and services to clients/members. Assists with auditing of reports and provides training guidance to junior staff. Assists in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Communicates to management issues or situations that may be detrimental to the Financial Health and Reputation of the credit union. Supports decisions of the Board of Directors, Executives, and Management, and helps promote the organizational and strategic plans. Provides and practices Excellence in Service.

Essential Functions: Opens, modifies and closes eligible new membership accounts and sub-accounts. Opens retirement accounts and processes forms for deposits and withdrawals in compliance with IRS regulations. Opens individual or joint revocable living trust accounts; reviews trust agreements and obtains certified copies for credit union records.

Provides and prepares consumer loan documents. Independently conducts consumer loan interviews, advises applicants of regulations, reviews credit reports and obtains thorough information from documents required to verify applicant information, including, but not limited to, pay statement, employment verification, tax documents and rental agreements. Reviews and rectifies credit discrepancies with members. Disburses approved consumer loans.

Performs quality range of a volume of financial transactions, including, but not limited to, deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, cash advances, fee payments, travelers checks, money orders, certificates, wire transfer forms and resolution of member issues. Performs Shared Branching teller transaction for guest members.

Prepares and completes member payroll direct deposit forms, share and loan transfer forms, Share Draft and HELOC draft order forms, ATM and Visa Fast Check Card applications, CMO forms and Verification of Deposit (VOD) forms. Performs financial calculations related to dividends and interest for loans and investments. Prepares and completes wire transfer forms for members.

Manages telephones within acceptable standards of service. Carries out member requests to completion or ensures referrals to appropriate department.

Actively participates in sales/referrals financial programs and services and utilizes good consultative sales techniques and knowledge of products. Identifies member needs and interests and assists with short and long-term goals. Develops business relationships with members and provides verbal and printed information and explains the features and benefits of appropriate products. Recommends supplemental programs, including, but not limited to, loan payment protection life and disability insurance. Recommends supplemental programs, including, but not limited to, loan payment protection life and disability insurance.

Processes and verifies change fund and secures funds appropriately. Performs end of day balancing and assists with verification processes. Maintains verification and accuracy of inventories, records, and logs. Reports errors or cash outages immediately to Branch Manager.

Audits and verifies assigned reports, member information, data and transactions, and proper documentation. Processes documentation, including, but not limited to, Currency Transaction Reports (CTR) and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), in compliance with regulatory requirements, related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act.

Maintains knowledge of policies and procedures, including team-based department requirements. Maintains increased knowledge and experience with products and services and regulatory requirements. Keeps current with service updates and training, both requested and assigned. Provides training, guidance, instruction and operational information on routine tasks, basic teller functions, policies & procedures to trainees and new staff.

Completes administrative functions, including, but not limited to filing, typing, faxing and photocopying documents. Ensures integrity and organization of records. Must demonstrate commitment to member service, dependability and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability.

Must demonstrate commitment to member service, dependability and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma, GED, or similar approved diploma program i.e. CBCDSP and three (3) years progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, OR two (2) years post-secondary college from an accredited educational institution and one (1) year progressive experience in customer, financial services or comparable industry.

Three (3) years progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, including lending and/or customer service experience. Good knowledge of banking products, services, and operations. Some or increased knowledge or experience of financial institution regulations such as anti-money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act and applicable laws and regulatory requirements preferred.

Experience identifying and resolving transaction problems, and manage volume of tasks accurately and efficiently. Attention to detail and organization to prioritize and meet deadlines. Good communication skills, including verbal, written and listening, to all levels of staff and customers, with tact and diplomacy. Developed customer service and team skills. Demonstrated dependability and punctuality. Ability to provide instruction to junior staff.

Physical Demands: Sitting/standing for continuous periods up to four (4) hours without break. Use of vision, hearing, speech, and working with hands. Some stooping, kneeling and lifting (25-30 lbs.) and carrying.

Universal Associate

Purpose of Position: Responsible for the independent delivery of exceptional service to members and our community, serving a dual purpose of supporting relationship development and transaction processing. Using knowledge of products and services, serves as a consultant in assisting members in uncovering needs and meeting financial goals and needs. Determines when to recommend and provide appropriate products, services, and referrals. Assists members with transactions and manages accounts. Ensures compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Communicates to management issues or situations that may be detrimental to the Financial Health and Reputation of the credit union. Supports decisions of the Board of Directors, Executives, and Management, and helps promote the organizational and strategic plans. Provides and practices Excellence in Service.

Essential Functions: Develops relationships with members and identifies members’ needs in order to collaborate on possible solutions, products and services to enhance member relationships. Identifies ways to develop strong member relationships and build trust. Makes qualified referrals to specialty associates including, but not limited to, investments, mortgage, and other lending products.

Pro-actively recommends appropriate products and services to existing and new members and utilizes strong consultative sales techniques and knowledge of products.  Identifies member needs and interests and assists with short and long-term goals. Explains the features and benefits of all banking products and services.

Greets members and directs traffic to the appropriate person or area in the branch. Monitors the efficiency and production of the branch office operations ensuring smooth quality service and minimal member issues.

Performs quality range of financial transactions for retail and business members. Performs Shared Branching teller transaction for guest members. Answers routine and complex questions on member accounts, products and services, or policies and procedures.

Provides product consultation and assists with delivery of product, including, but not limited to membership enrollment, account information and documentation, including retirement and trusts, and loan product guidance, interview, application processing and document review.

Provides and prepares consumer loan documents. Conducts consumer loan interviews and obtains thorough information from required documents required for loan processing.

Manages telephones within acceptable standards of service. Carries out member requests to completion or ensures referrals to appropriate department.

Identifies possible physical and information security risks, maintains security awareness and protects member confidentiality. Follows and processes operational and regulatory procedures. Ensures integrity and organization of records and member information.

Processes and verifies change fund and secures funds appropriately. Performs end of day balancing and assists with verification process, including inventories, reports, and logs. Reports errors or cash outages immediately to Branch Manager.

Audits and verifies assigned reports, member information, data and transactions, and proper documentation. Processes documentation, including, but not limited to, Currency Transaction Reports (CTR) and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), in compliance with regulatory requirements, related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act.

Develops and maintains solid foundation of product and services knowledge by learning strategies for relationship development, new selling techniques, new products and market trends.

Maintains knowledge of policies and procedures, including team-based department requirements. Develops expertise and experience with products and services and regulatory requirements. Keeps current with service updates and training, both requested and assigned. Provides training, guidance, instruction and operational information on moderately complex tasks, functions, policies, and procedures, as needed.

Must demonstrate commitment to member service, dependability and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability.

Minimum Qualifications: 2-4 years post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution with three (3) years progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry. Alternate experience includes high school diploma, GED, or similar approved diploma program i.e. CBCDSP and 4-5 years of progressive experience in credit union, financial services, or comparable industry.

Three (3) years progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, including cash handling and customer service experience. Broad understanding/knowledge of banking products, services, and operations. Knowledge of financial institution regulations such as anti-money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act and applicable laws and regulatory requirements preferred.

Excellent customer/employee relationship skills. Proficiency to determine and resolve problems, identify needs and appropriate recommendations, and manage tasks accurately and efficiently. Attention to detail and organization to prioritize and meet deadlines. Professional communication skills, including verbal, written and listening, to all levels of staff and customers, with tact and diplomacy. Demonstrated dependability and punctuality. Experience providing guidance and instruction to junior staff and team.

Physical Demands: Sitting/standing for continuous periods up to four (4) hours without break. Use of vision, hearing, speech, and working with hands. Some stooping, kneeling and lifting (25-30 lbs.) and carrying.

Teller Supervisor

Purpose of Position: Assists with the administration of the general operations and services of the branch within established policies, guidelines and procedures. Manages the branch vault and inventory of various currencies. Supervises and provides the delivery of exceptional service to members and our community overseeing relationship development and transaction processing. Provides guidance on recommending appropriate products, services, and referrals. Assists in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Communicates to management issues or situations that may be detrimental to the Financial Health and Reputation of the credit union. Supports decisions of the Board of Directors, Executives, and Management, and helps promote the organizational and strategic plans. Provides and practices Excellence in Service.

Essential functions: Assists with monitoring the quality of production and the stability and efficiency of operations at the branch office. Identifies and addresses customer and operational issues with appropriate resolutions. Recommends and implements operational solutions and improvements.

Performs branch daily operational duties and security measures and administration of the general branch operations and services as needed. Processes and verifies change fund and secures funds appropriately. Performs end of day balancing and assists with verification processes. Maintains verification and accuracy of inventories, records, and logs. Reports errors or cash outages immediately to Branch Manager.

Manages branch vault. Maintains control and inventory of cash and travelers’ cheques. Ensures currencies are replenished and reconciled.

Supervises and provides quality range of account and financial transactions for retail and business members, including Shared Branching teller transaction for guest members.  Provides product consultation and assists with delivery of product, including, but not limited to membership enrollment, transactions, account information and documentation, including retirement and trusts, and loan product guidance, interview, application processing and document review. Ensures telephones are managed within acceptable standards of service.

Provides and prepares consumer loan documents. Conducts consumer loan interviews and obtains thorough information from required documents required for loan processing.

Provides guidance in relationship development with members to provide appropriate recommendations for products and services. Assists staff with developing ability to identify member needs, interests and goals, and executing consultative sales techniques. Develops staff’s knowledge and delivery of the features and benefits of all products and services.

Assists in managing staff members in the branch including staffing and scheduling, performance management, training, and development. Goal is to attract, retain and motivate the team to achieve management business objectives and maintain a favorable employee relations climate. Coordinates activities of the branch to ensure that established goals and objectives are met. Provides training to staff as needed.

Assists the manager by overseeing staff performance: provides input into progress reviews and performance goals; review timesheets and prepare attendance reports, and assist in overseeing staff compliance to policies and procedures. Assists in the timely and effective management of Human Resources forms and documents relevant to immediate staff. 

Performs duties of frontline staff in the event staffing levels are insufficient to meet production deadlines as needed.

Assists with Audits and verifies assigned reports, member information, data and transactions, and proper documentation. Ensures adherence to compliance procedures and updates as needed.

Assists with managing compliance requirements including, but not limited to, timely submission of Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs) and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), in compliance with regulatory requirements, related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act.

Actively participates in sales/referrals financial programs and services and utilizes good sales techniques and knowledge of products. Identifies member needs and interests. Cross-sells and provides verbal and printed information and explains the features and benefits of appropriate products.

Maintains knowledge of policies and procedures, including team-based department requirements. Develops expertise and experience with products and services and regulatory requirements. Keeps current with service updates and training, both requested and assigned.

Must demonstrate commitment to member service, dependability and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability.

Minimum Qualifications: 2-4 years post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution with three (3) years progressive experience in credit union, financial services, or comparable industry. Alternate experience includes high school diploma, GED, or similar approved diploma program i.e. CBCDSP and 4-5 years of progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry.

Three (3) years progressive experience in financial services or comparable industry, including cash handling and customer service experience. Very good knowledge of banking products, services and operations. Good knowledge of financial institution regulations such as anti-money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act and applicable laws and regulatory requirements. One year supervisory or training experience preferred.

Excellent customer/employee relationship skills. Proficiency to determine and resolve problems, identify needs and appropriate recommendations, and manage tasks accurately and efficiently. Attention to detail and organization to prioritize and meet deadlines. Professional communication skills, including verbal, written and listening, to all levels of staff and customers, with tact and diplomacy. Demonstrated dependability and punctuality. Experience providing guidance and instruction to junior staff and team

Physical Demands: Sitting/standing for continuous periods up to four (4) hours without break. Use of vision, hearing, speech, and working with hands. Some stooping, kneeling and lifting (25-30 lbs.) and carrying.

Branch Manager

Purpose of Position: Responsible for planning and execution of the business plan for growth and profitability of the branch and administers the general operations and services of the branch within established policies, guidelines and procedures. Develops and maintains high-quality sales and service culture and encourages growth and retention of member relationships. Ensures compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. Communicates to management issues or situations that may be detrimental to the Financial Health and Reputation of the credit union. Supports decisions of the Board of Directors, Executives, and Management, and helps promote the organizational and strategic plans. Provides and practices Excellence in Service.

Essential Functions: Leads planning and execution of strategic goals and action plans of the business segment for growth, profitability and credit quality. Manages the quality of production and the stability and efficiency of operations at the branch office. Plans and organizes branch sales and servicing and assists with preparation and delivery of marketing plans and operational budget.  Develops and cultivates external business relationships, including, but not limited to businesses and membership base.  Identifies and addresses customer and operational issues with appropriate resolutions and for process improvement.

Analyzes and provides reports on branch activities, including, but not limited to, revenues, production, and various programs, as requested.

Keeps current with market competition, including, but not limited to loan programs, rates, and fees. Works collaboratively with other branches, lines of business and respective departments to develop member programs and services, increase membership and assets, improve operations and strengthen reputation and branding. Attends and represents organization at related events and promotional activity.

Responsible for the management of all employees in the section including staffing and scheduling, compensation, performance management, training, and development. Monitors staff performance and attendance, conducts timely progress reviews and performance goals, and oversees staff compliance to policies and procedures. Goal is to attract retain and motivate the team to achieve management business objectives and maintain a favorable employee relations climate.

Coordinates the activities of the staff to ensure that established goals, objectives and member services are met and ensures adequate staffing. Provides supervision, guidance, and training to staff on policies and procedures and as needed.

Mentors staff in sales/referrals financial programs and services and demonstrates excellent sales techniques and knowledge of products, including, but not limited to, identifying member needs and interests and cross-selling appropriate products.

Responsible for the timely and effective management of Human Resources forms and documents relevant to immediate staff.

Recommends and implements operational solutions and improvements. Manages operational controls and security measures within established policies and guidelines, including, but not limited to:

  • Dual custody audits for currency and other negotiable instruments;
  • Dual control of change fund from armored car service and distribution to and securing of cash dispense machines and currency safe;
  • Dual control of the security and protection of the safe and safe contents, including, but not limited to, member records, files, and negotiable items;
  • Maintenance of branch office facilities and equipment, including management of facility vendors, to ensure member and staff comfort and security.

Manages compliance requirements including, but not limited to, timely submission of Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs). Ensures adherence to compliance procedures and updates as needed.

Provides financial counseling and education to applicants and members on financial status, conditions and goals. Evaluates and review members’ delinquent accounts to establish financial recovery goals and commitments. Establishes money management programs and economic and financial plans for members.

Conducts complete and thorough analysis of nonmortgage loan applications. Follows established loan policies, procedures and guidelines, including, but not limited to, application review, review of credit reports, approval/denial process, property/vehicle transactions, and loan disbursements.

Minimum Qualifications: Four (4) year college degree in business or related area from an accredited educational institution with seven (7) years combined management/supervisory and lending and/or financial services experience. Alternate experience includes high school diploma, GED, or similar approved diploma program i.e. CBCDSP and nine (9) years of progressive credit union or financial services and management/supervisory experience.

Seven (7) years combined management/supervisory and lending and/or financial services experience. Strong knowledge of banking products, services, and operations. Experience with financial institution regulations such as anti-money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act and applicable laws and regulatory requirements for consumer banking. Demonstrated sales and relationship management, financial counseling and strong service skills.

Experience and demonstrated ability building strong working relationships and partnerships across the organization with a collaborative and consultative approach. Demonstrated ability to identify and resolve problems, identify process improvement opportunities, implement change and establish internal controls. Experience in leading, mentoring, team building and establishing a strong sales and service culture. Attention to detail and organization to prioritize and meet deadlines. Excellent communication skills, including verbal, written and listening, to all levels of staff and customers, with tact and diplomacy. Excellent customer service and team skills. Must demonstrate commitment, dependability and respect for other employees.

Physical Demands: Sitting and typing for continuous periods up to four (4) hours. Use of vision, hearing, speech, and working with hands. Moving and lifting up to 25 pounds. Must be able to provide own ground transportation and arrive at intended destination in a timely manner and/or as required.

Please send resume and salary requirements to:
Human Resources
HOCU
PO Box 235862
Honolulu, HI 96823-3515

Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

on "August 16, 2018 2:44 pm"

Chief Financial Officer

Holding more than $110 million in assets, located on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, KGEFCU is currently in search of a Chief Financial Officer to lead the accounting and finance operations of the credit union. In this role you will be responsible for championing the budgeting process, overseeing asset liability management, accounting, financial reporting and forecasting, compliance, and investments. This individual will also assist in strategic projections, merger/acquisitions, and serve on the ALM committee. The successful candidate will have a strong fundamental understanding of accounting principles and be experienced in overseeing accounting, finance, and compliance within a financial institution. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, this position will be a key player on the organization’s leadership team in developing strategy and driving execution of key initiatives.

Five plus years of accounting/finance experience and Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Hiring immediately. Must be willing to relocate to the beautiful island of Kauai.

Click here for more information and to apply.

on "October 12, 2016 6:54 am"

This is a listing of job opportunities in credit unions and related organizations in Hawaii. If you are interested in a particular job, respond directly to the credit union. The Hawaii Credit Union League acts as a clearinghouse for this listing and cannot assume responsibility for the validity of their descriptions.

Submissions to the Hawaii Credit Union League CU Classifieds can be submitted by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please indicate the dates you want your classified ad posted. All classified ads will be taken off this list after three months.