The Delaware League posts job opportunities from affiliated credit unions in Delaware and surrounding states. If your credit union would like to post an advertisement for employment, please send your advertisement to

Career Opportunities in Delaware

Vice President of Lending:

Sussex County FCU is seeking an experienced Vice President of Lending. The VP of Lending is responsible for developing, implementing and administering all aspects of direct and indirect consumer, mortgage, and commercial loan programs for the credit unions. Additional duties include lending related compliance, pricing, production, quality, servicing and secondary marketing functions. Also responsible for collection strategies, practices, and results. Develops, recommends, and implements programs, policies, or procedures for the lending function. This position reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serves on the executive management team, including significant interaction with the board of directors, government regulators and other third parties. Please submit resume to SCFCU has a smoke-free hiring policy.

Collection Manager:

Sussex County FCU is seeking an experienced Collection Manager. The qualified candidate will direct, supervise and coordinate the day to day operations of the Collections Department to minimize the delinquency levels of loans and credit cards and maximize the charge-off recovery in compliance with state and federal regulations and Sussex County FCU policies and procedures. In addition, they will perform all the duties of a Collector including delinquent loans, legal actions, bankruptcies, repossessions and foreclosures; interfacing with attorneys; and monitoring the work and workload of staff. Please send resume to SCFCU has a smoke-free hiring policy.

Vice President of Retail Delivery:

Sussex County FCU is seeking an experienced Vice President of Retail Delivery. The qualified candidate will be responsible for ensuring consistently excellent member service in all retail delivery channels. This individual will oversee the administration and efficient operation of managing full service branches including operations, product sales, member service, and security and safety in accordance with the Credit Union’s objectives. Additional functions include ensuring consistent policy adherence, compliance with regulations, and procedural execution; and monitoring member service results, and leading member service escalations to successful outcomes. The qualified candidate will be required to provide strong leadership, training and supervision to member service staff; delegate day to day operations to subordinate managers and other branch team members; and lead talent recruiting and staff development. Please send resume to  SCFCU has a smoke-free hiring policy.

Marketing Specialist:

Sussex County FCU is seeking a Marketing Specialist. The Marketing Specialist will assist the VP of Marketing and the Business Development Manager in executing a wide variety of initiatives involving the creative design, development, and delivery of direct mail, email, and social media campaigns; special events; corporate sponsorships; internal and external communications and public relations; vendor administration and negotiations; and advertising campaigns. The Marketing Specialist will maintain the credit union’s image by ensuring proper use of the SCFCU brand both internally and externally at all times; manage the credit union’s social media presence; and coordinate the development, fulfillment, and delivery of collateral materials from graphic design to print production. A valid driver’s license is required. Please send resume to  SCFCU has a smoke-free hiring policy.


Career Opportunities in Other States

Vice President of Finance/Chief Financial Officer

Inspire Federal Credit Union in Bristol, PA is seeking a Vice President of Finance/Chief Financial Officer to work closely with the CEO and Executive Management team in regards to all financial aspects of the Credit Union’s day to day accounting functions, strategic planning initiatives, financial projections, operational profitability, financial operations and reporting functions.


  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s fiscal function and performance
  • Manage the Accounting Department staff & workflow
  • Analyze and oversee the organization’s investment strategies, asset liability management, cash-flow management, financial variance analysis, capital expenditure planning, and cost management/reduction strategies
  • Experience with managing the company’s ALM function, Liquidity Management and Interest Rate Risk
  • Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action
  • Develop and present pricing structures for loan and deposit products
  • Develop and provide timely and accurate analysis of budgets, call reports, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist the CEO and Board of Directors in performing their responsibilities
  • Influence the continual improvement of the budget process through education of department managers on financial issues impacting their budget
  • Develop reliable cash flow projections and reporting mechanisms that include minimum cash positions of organization for operating needs
  • Advise CEO, from a financial perspective, on any contracts or new initiatives in which the Credit Union considers to enter
  • Overall accountability of the financial control and operations of the Credit Union and continued planning for improvement and efficiency in the area of financial control
  • Monitors performance and identifies profit improvement opportunities
  • Develops long range trend analysis of operating revenue and expenses, including projected interest from loans, funds available for investment and monthly dividends
  • Chooses investments consistent with prevailing economic conditions, the Credit Unions ALM mix and Credit Unions goal of safety, liquidity and yield
  • Prepares and reviews the Credit Union’s annual tax return
  • Supports and analyzes data through on-going operation of MCIF REQUIREMENTS
  • 5 years Credit Union or financial institution experience in financial accounting, call report filing ALM and investment management with at least 3 years supervisory experience
  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related field of discipline
  • Well versed in accounting principles, accounting systems, GAAP, ALM, pricing strategies and financial management.

All Credit Union positions require the following:

  • Good credit history (Credit reports will be reviewed)
  • Clean background (Criminal background checks will be performed)
  • Bondability

Qualified applicants are encouraged to email their resume with salary requirements to EOE.

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.

Request Resumes from DCUL

Credit unions interested in  resumes for the following positions, please call the League office, 302-322-9341 or 800-292-7875, and refer to the codes following the listings.

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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