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Vice President of Relationship Management

Financial Center First Credit Union Indianapolis, IN
  • Expired: 25 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Organizational Expectations:

The primary purpose of this position is to fulfill our Member’s First Pledge of Valued relationships, Trusted Solutions. One of the primary means to achieve this end is to develop a highly effective team of employees and developing each employee to their highest potential through coaching and leadership. Is responsible for ensuring that outstanding service is delivered to both internal and external members. A key component of this service to external members is to ensure each employee identifies members’ financial needs and suggests appropriate Credit Union solutions.

The position of VP of Relationship Management is responsible for the management of significant relationships secured throughout the credit union. This includes the management of key Member Account relationships, both personal and business, the relationship with key Business Partners, and all Indiana Credit Unions identified as strategic to the credit union’s long-term growth objectives.

The VP of Relationship Management will directly lead a team of key sales staff, which includes, Business Relationship Manager, Indirect Lending Business Development Officer, H.S.A Business Development Officer, Director of Sales Consumer Lending, and other key sales staff as assigned.

Departmental Expectation of Employee
 Demonstrate enthusiastic support of corporate mission, core values and long term objectives
 Adheres to Financial Center’s Policy and Procedures
 Acts as a role model within and outside Financial Center
 Maintains a positive and respectful attitude
 Communicates regularly with supervisor about department issues
 Demonstrates flexible and efficient time management and ability to prioritize workload
 Consistently reports to work on time prepared to perform duties of position
 Meets Department productivity standards
 Performs job duties within our bylaws, regulations, Board of Directors policies, established internal and external service standards and our work procedures
 Must possess a high degree of integrity, have the quality of engendering enthusiasm, confidence and loyalty
 Strong partnering approach with a commitment to meeting internal and external business partners' unique needs and expectation


Essential Duties:
 Is the FCFCU Sale Process Coach. Ensures effective training and coaching to the sales process.
 Ensures 100% utilization and accountability for FCFCU CRM system among all sales staff
 Develops organization pipeline. Ensures accountability for 100% utilization by sales teams.
 Analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of sales methods, costs and results
 Directly manages major and critical developing client accounts, and coordinates the management of all other accounts
 Maintains current or develops new positive peer relationships that may include managers of other credit unions, credit union organizations and societies, state league and supervisory authorities
 Works across the organization and its CUSO’s developing and maintaining relationships with key prospects and clients.
 Develop each employee to their highest potential by identifying their areas for improvement and appropriately coaching, training or correcting the employees’ performance.
 Responsible for exceptional member service to every member, every time by ensuring employees deliver consistently high quality service to both internal and external member that is in alignment with our Service Promises
 Recognize employees who perform at a high level
 Hold employees accountable for their performance, attitude and behavior
 Meet with each employee monthly to review previous month’s performance, set goals for upcoming month’s performance and develop plans to improve employee’s performance
 Attends credit union conferences, conventions, seminars and other educational meetings, as appropriate
 Leads the efforts to create a positive community brand designed to deepen credit union relationships and participates in community activities that support the initiatives and direction of the organization
 Creates annual business plan, identifying key areas of focus for achievement of established growth goals
 Directs division budget, maintaining overall responsibility for adherence


Knowledge and Skills Required:
 Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
 Ability to motivate teams to produce quality results and simultaneously manage several projects
 Ability to participate in and facilitate group meetings
 Must be able to deal effectively with employees, members and officials with tact and diplomacy
 Must possess leadership skills and have the ability to effectively train, develop, monitor, motivate, and evaluate employees as well as plan/schedule their activities
 Demonstrated ability to successfully lead an effective management team and supporting workforce

Job Specific Competencies:

Job-specific competencies are behaviors and skills required of a specific position or work environment. Job specific competencies have been determined through the process of job analysis surveys and reflect the expected skills and behavior that are needed to be successful in each individual position.
Establishing Focus
The ability to develop and communicate goals in support of the business' mission. Acts to align own unit's goals with the strategic direction of the business. Ensures that people in the unit understand how their work relates to the business' mission. Ensures that everyone understands and identifies with the unit's mission. Ensures that the unit develops goals and a plan to help fulfill the business' mission.
Coaching and Mentoring Techniques
Assesses employees’ unique developmental needs; provides developmental opportunities that maximize employees’ potential and contribute to the achievement of organizational goals; inspires, motivates, and guides staff toward goal accomplishment; develops leadership skills in others through feedback and guidance.
Goal Setting
Increases effectiveness by setting individual, team and organization wide goals. Develops goals which direct personal and professional life that are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timed. Measures personal effectiveness by the extent to which goals are achieved " is persistent in achieving goals " regularly refers to goals in communicating with others “ uses goals as a means of assessing own performance and that of others
Leadership
Ability to motivate project members, to set achievable objectives, to maintain a positive outlook, to take responsibility, to make decisions, and to provide constructive feedback.
Building Effective Teams
Blends people to teams when needed; creates strong morale and spirit in his/her team; shares wins and successes; fosters open dialogue; lets people finish and be responsible for their work; defines success in terms of the whole team; creates a feeling of belonging in the team.
Caring About Direct Reports
Is interested in the work and non-work lives of direct reports; asks about their plans, problems, and desires; knows about their concerns and questions; is available for listening to personal problems; monitors workloads and appreciates extra effort.
Dependability and Reliability
Behaving consistently and predictably in fulfilling obligations. Showing up on time. Attending to details. Detecting errors. Knowledgeable and Complies with policies/procedures. Honors commitments
Ethics and Values
Adheres to an appropriate (for the setting) and effective set of core values and beliefs during both good and bad times; acts in line with those values; rewards the right values and disapproves of others; practices what he/she preaches.
Interpersonal Savvy
Relates well to all kinds of people (up, down, and sideways, inside and outside the organization); builds appropriate rapport; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high-tension situations comfortably.
Managing Vision and Purpose
Communicates a compelling and inspired vision or sense of core purpose; talks beyond today; talks about possibilities; is optimistic; creates mileposts and symbols to rally support behind the vision; makes the vision sharable by everyone; can inspire and motivate entire units or organizations.


Minimum Qualifications:
 Combination of the completion of a Bachelor’s Degree and five years of experience in a senior-level sales position
 Experience in strategic planning and execution
 Knowledge of contracting, negotiating, and change management
 Knowledge of structuring sales quota goals, use and management of CRM software and pipeline management. Knowledge of realistic and achievable revenue expectations
 Candidates with established relationships with key personnel within the Indiana Credit Union industry preferred.


Work Environment:
The work requires physical mobility within the work area and minimal travel locally and infrequently to other areas within the United States. Work is performed in an office or meeting room environment but requires frequent hands-on involvement throughout the entire Credit Union area of responsibility to include all offices of Headquarters and all branch locations.

Financial Center First Credit Union

Why Work Here?

Financial Center is an award winning Credit Union and has been listed as a Top Places to Work in Indianapolis list from 2012-2017

Founded in 1953, Financial Center First Credit Union is a member-owned, non-for-profit, co-operative financial institution whose members receive direct financial benefits in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates, and fewer fees than other banking institutions according to the Credit Union National Association. With approximately 54,000 members and 8 locations in the Indianapolis area, we are dedicated to providing our members with good, quality, convenient services. Being recognized as one of the Top Places to Work in Indianapolis, we are committed to creating a workplace that encourages equal opportunity and values the diversity each employee offers to our credit union. We recognize personal and professional development by offering interactive training and learning opportunities for our industry. We are committed to building a culture that is fun, flexible, and people-centered. Our goal is to provide a rich environment and nurture our employees' skills every step of the way. Accolades: -1st place, National Desjardin Adult Education Award, CUNA; 2016 and 2014 -2nd place, National Desjardin Adult Education Award, CUNA; 2015 ($500M+ asset category) -Top Workplace, Indianapolis Star; 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 -Best Places to Work List, Indiana Chamber of Commerce; 2014, 2013, 2012 -Ranked a 2014 Healthiest Credit Union by www.DepositAccounts.com -Louise Herring, Dora Maxwell, and Desjardin Youth and Adult Education Award Recipients, Indiana Credit Union League; 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 -Credit Union of the Year, NAFCU; 2009 We take pride in the awards we have received above, and are looking for individuals who want to help us maintain the status of a top-notch company. Financial Center First Credit Union is seeking honest, motivated, connected, eager, ethical and driven people to help us deliver an exceptional member experience. Come join our team!

Address

7101 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, 46226
Indianapolis, IN
USA