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Career Opportunities in Delaware

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Positions Sought

Branch or Back Office Management Position Sought

Experienced Financial Banking Manager seeks Branch Manager position or back office management with a Delaware Credit Union.  This individual seeks to utilize 30 years of broad management experience including project management, people management, product sales. Having started at an entry level, this individual learned cash deposits, teller system management as well as managing the customer experience. Experienced with various office equipment including check signature inspections, micr line encoding equipment and a host of equipment that enabled quick client turn around.

This candidate progressed into a management position (2001) that included managing money movement in the form of check, wire, ACH and internal settlement. Additional duties included mortgage processing, IRA distribution and tax withholding. Certifications held include Anti Money Laundering, and SAR, as well as certified in other areas regulated by Federal Policies.

Management experience includes managing a staff of 13, with offices in Mumbai and Bangalore.  This individual’s areas of expertise are team development; process improvements; product promotion;  and managing in excess of over 5-10 million dollars on a daily basis through check deposits, ACH, wires, and internal transfers.

Interested parties may contact and ask for Resume # 100715.


Credit Union Professional Seeks Executive Position

Experienced Credit Union Executive seeks position with Delaware credit union. A graduate of CUNA Management School, this individual also has attended several CUNA training schools, including Compliance and Lending. In addition to a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Company Management from the University of Grenoble, France; this executive also attended Valdosta State University, and has been a Certified Tax Specialist for many years.

Experienced in all credit union departments, this individual has served as teller, member services representative, loan officer, collector, accountant, and board member. Additional areas of expertise include budgeting, ALM analysis, investments, compliance, marketing, policies and procedures, and more. The candidate has successfully introduced new products and services, including debit cards and e-products, and has provided positive credit union representation during community interaction.

Interested parties may contact and ask for Resume # 100115.

Looking for an exciting career in the financial industry? Submit your resume today!

Submit Your Resume to DCUL

The Delaware Credit Union League receives resumes from persons interested in employment with credit unions in Delaware. The League also transmits copies of these resumes to member credit unions that may have employment positions available. The League does not endorse the employment of an individual who submits a resume, nor does it verify the capabilities claimed by that individual. In considering anyone for employment with your credit union, you should thoroughly investigate his/her qualifications and prior employment.

Send resumes to the Delaware Credit Union League, 4 Quigley Blvd., New Castle, DE 19720. 

Resumes may also be submitted electronically to the League at Please include a brief summary of the position(s) desired. 

Request Resumes from DCUL

Credit unions interested in  resumes from candidates seeking employment: please call the League office, 302-322-9341 or 800-292-7875, and refer to the codes following the listings.


jobcentertopJob Resources

The Delaware Division of Libraries has developed a new resource, Job Center@Delaware Libraries. Through this program, job seekers and career changers now have access to a full range of employment services. Each Job Center is designed to empower users by assisting them in finding information that they need and in developing skills that are essential to securing employment.

Those who register at the Job Center will have the option to complete a self-directed assessment that can guide them toward the types of jobs that best match their skills and interests. They will also get an email address, if needed, and learn basic computer skills, how to search online databases, and how to create a resume, write a cover letter, and prepare of interviews. Help is also available for those who wish to start small businesses.

The four centers are located at the Wilmington Institute Library, the Dover Public Library, the Georgetown Public Library, and the Seaford Library and Cultural Center. There is a specially trained Program Coordinator at each site and a team of volunteers. Each site is equipped with up-to-date hardware and software.

For more information and times the center are open, go to