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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Seeking Interim CEO for East Palo Alto Federal Credit Union

Below is a position description for an interim CEO for the emerging East Palo Alto credit union. If you know of anyone with the appropriate experience and could serve in this capacity, please forward this on to them. We are coming to a critical juncture and we need to fill this position as soon as we can. Initially we're looking for a volunteer but there is a possibility of a small stipend. There is also a possibility of this position growing into a full time paid position for the right candidate.

If there are any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.

TITLE: Interim CEO, East Palo Alto Federal Credit Union
REPORTS TO: CEO - Northern California Urban Development
TIME COMMITMENT: 5 to 10 hours per week

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will serve NCUD’s efforts toward establishing East Palo Alto Federal Credit Union. This will require a broad range of skills including financial management experience, volunteer leadership and strategic implementation.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work to complete credit union chartering application. This includes completion of business plan, compiling survey data and necessary forms.

Work with NCUD staff to develop credit union board of directors and appropriate committees

Serve on committee to hire full-time CEO

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree and broad knowledge in the financial services industry or a minimum of five years of progressive management experience in the financial services industry.

Seasoned professional with strong business development, corporate strategy and marketing acumen. Prior management experience with P&L responsibility preferred.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
John Liotti - CEO, NCUD
650-328-1890
jliotti@norcaludc.org
www.norcaludc.org

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