National Credit Union Admin Careers
Opportunities, Challenges, Independence, Community
These are just some of the attributes you will discover when you begin your career at the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) as a Credit Union Examiner. If you are seeking unique opportunities to pursue your professional and personal goals, consider a career at NCUA.
What is NCUA?
NCUA is an independent financial regulatory agency of the Federal government, responsible for chartering, supervising, examining and insuring Federal credit unions. NCUA also insures state credit unions, which apply and qualify for insurance. NCUA’s mission is to make sure that credit unions remain a viable alternative for millions of Americans.
Who is NCUA?
When you join the team of professionals at NCUA, you will become part of a community that is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and is dedicated to investing in our nation’s future. Please check our website at http://www.ncua.gov/AboutNcua/vacancies/vacancies.html for further information.
What is a Credit Union Examiner?
We are seeking professionals with backgrounds in accounting, business and finance to serve as Credit Union Examiners working directly with credit union management officials. An examiner analyzes a credit union’s operations, from both an administrative and financial standpoint, and counsel management on ways to improve operations. An examiner also advises groups interested in chartering Federal credit unions.
Credit Union Examiners:
- -Will be assigned to a district within one of the agency’s five regions
- -May travel 30 percent or more of the time
- -Schedule onsite visits to credit unions in their district
- -Develop skills in exercising independent judgment and working closely with people representing all economic and social levels
- -Have the opportunity to progress rapidly in their careers based on their performance and can double their entry-level salaries in as little as three years
Becoming an NCUA examiner is ideal for individuals who:
- -Are flexible and self-motivated
- -Have excellent communication skills (both oral and written)
- -Are well-organized self-starters
- -Have good problem-solving skills
- -Enjoy traveling and meeting new people
Where is NCUA?
NCUA has five regional office locations, with examiners that encompass the entire United States, including Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
How do I apply?
Credit Union Examiner vacancies are updated and posted daily. For a list of current vacancies, please visit http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/a9cu00.asp.
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