Wealth Management Advisor

The Wealth Management Advisor’s primary focus is to provide holistic planning advice and financial guidance to new, and self-sourced Mainstreet members utilizing mutual fund investment solutions. Sales efforts must be consistent with corporate vision, mission and strategic plan.

Internally the Wealth Management Advisor works in collaboration with the retail branch network and commercial lending division to ensure a team approach to member advice conversations, including providing appropriate mentoring/coaching on all wealth management products, services, and strategies –– leading to a steady stream of member referrals.

Externally, the Wealth Management Advisor will have an active community presence, building Mainstreet’s profile in the community as a professional and preferred provider of wealth management products, services, and expertise — leading to new wealth management and banking relationships.

This position requires a deep and thorough understanding of financial planning, mutual funds, the external markets, and the competition within their market.

 Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Analyze and identify the needs of members and develop recommendations, supported by financial planning tools to assist members achieve their financial goals with an emphasis on holistic advice and mutual fund sales.
  • Actively engage in member conversations to uncover other product and service opportunities and refer members, when appropriate, to other departments with a goal of expanding existing member base, wallet share, and development of new profitable member relationships
  • Collaborate with retail and commercial advice staff in order to achieve growth targets as set out in the credit union strategic plan
  • Ensure sales processes favour and respect member objectives over sales targets
  • Seek out and capitalize on referrals from all Mainstreet staff, existing members, and outside referral sources
  • Assist in preparation of plans for business development within the community and drive the sales management process through programs of outside calls, in-branch promotions and other activities designed to expand the existing member base
  • Recommend and host financial planning seminars, provide content for Blog and Vlog posts
  • Ensure policies and procedures are followed according to established guidelines and carry out responsibilities in an ethical manner
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Qualified Associate Financial Planner (QAFP™), or Personal Financial Planner (PFP®) designation
  • MFDA licensed or licensable
  • Post-secondary diploma/degree, ideally in Commerce or Business Administration would be an asset
  • Display exceptional interpersonal skills by demonstrating approachability, trustworthiness, flexibility and a strong work and service ethic
  • Proven relationship management and sales effectiveness skills, able to identify member needs and match appropriate solutions
  • Understanding of investment industry trends, markets and investment products
  • Demonstrate results orientation in both sales and service
  • Use technology to enhance productivity
  • Proven networking, relationship building, client acquisition and asset gathering abilities
  • Superior sales abilities (active listening, identifying business opportunities, influencing & negotiating, asking for the business)
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Commitment to continuous education (CE credits)
  • Proven organizational and time management abilities

Mainstreet Credit Union welcomes applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Assistant Branch Manager

The Assistant Branch Manager will provide leadership and guidance to the Member Experience Representative, Sr. Member Experience Representative and Member Service Representatives through identification of opportunities, coordination of activities, and the achievement of objectives through use of the Advice Based model. The Assistant Branch Manager will ensure a team approach to advice and member service, share and translate organizational goals into measurable actions, and provide appropriate mentoring/coaching on the advice based process.

The Assistant Branch Manager will assist with branch operations, scheduling and training branch staff; meeting growth targets; implementing marketing plans for product and service promotion.  Will encourage a needs based sales approach within a culture of service excellence, consistent with our corporate vision, mission and strategic plan.

The Assistant Branch Manager is responsible for growth of the branch portfolio attained through increasing business with current members, referrals and proactive business development activities. Responsibilities include providing quality member service and providing value added advice to members and planning activities to ensure accomplishment of annual goals. Ensure close contact with Branch Manager to maintain branch functionality.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the supervision of front line employees (MER, Sr. MSR, MSR’s) by providing coaching, training, assistance and direction to the employee as required; responsible for performance management process and conducting performance appraisals
  • As a manager, promotes sales & service excellence, motivation and enthusiasm, product knowledge and professionalism; adheres to performance standards
  • Using the Advice Based model approach proactively market the organization’s products and services by promoting, upselling and cross selling the full range of lending and investment vehicles with emphasis on retail loans, mortgages, credit card products, lines of credit, registered and non-registered deposit and investment vehicles and sundry services
  • Meet set objectives for investment and lending growth targets
  • Working closely with the Branch Manager provide day-to-day branch operation leadership. Monitor the performance of the branch and report both successes and challenges to Branch Manager
  • Ensure all lending follows policy and maintains second highest lending authority in the branches. Ensure overall compliance of all administration.  Help to ensure staff follow risk management, security and cash management activities
  • Under direction from the Branch Manager, assist with management of the facilities and functioning of the branches during the Branch Manager’s absence
  • In concert with the Branch Manager, assist with the execution of the branch marketing program to attain loan, deposit, sundry products and member growth within set objectives
  • Refer members to Commercial & Agricultural Account Manager and Wealth Management Advisor as opportunities are identified
  • Represent the Credit Union in the community by participating in local business activities and community functions
  • Maintain a high level of education with respect to Credit Union products, services and marketing programs/strategies
  • Enter all information into “ACE” (sales, referrals, member interactions, information) that provides information to enhance the Credit Union’s opportunity to better serve the membership
  • Review and audit credit files on a regular basis; prepare and submits branch reports
  • Interpret the branch operating procedures, lending policies and security requirements and ensure that guidelines are adhered to
  • Ensure daily monitoring of the Delinquency Report. Follow up on delinquent accounts up to 30 days, contact members as required and maintain records of action taken in ACE
  • Handle member complaints in a courteous, professional manner
  • May be licensed Mutual Fund representative depending on needs of location
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Post-Secondary Degree/Diploma or work equivalency
  • 8+ years working in financial services (including credit management)
  • CFP or PFP or working towards
  • Demonstrated leadership ability (solid training & coaching experience an asset)
  • Displays exceptional interpersonal skills by demonstrating approachability, trustworthiness, flexibility and a strong work and service ethic
  • Proven relationship management and sales effectiveness skills, able to identify member needs and match appropriate solutions
  • Understanding of markets and trends in the industry
  • Demonstrates results orientation in both sales and service
  • Uses technology to enhance productivity
  • Committed to continuous personal improvement

UI/UX Designer

Innovation Credit Union has a bold ambition – to be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to modernize our marketing with investments in new platforms like Adobe Experience Manager. To ensure our success, we are looking for UI/UX designer to join our team. This individual will deliver innovative concepts and design standards to ensure cross-site consistency and will drive digital transformation to simplify the experience for our credit union members.

Reporting to the VP, Int Marketing/Data Analytics, the UI/UX Designer is a user experience evangelist and creative problem solver. This individual has a functional understanding of coding and transferring the brand’s strengths and personality seamlessly throughout the interface of a product. The UI/UX Designer brings a wealth of knowledge to our collaborative multi-disciplinary marketing team and provides expertise in mobile and responsive design, visual design programs (such as Adobe Photoshop), and animation and video content for a variety of mediums.

A UI/UX Designer does the following:

  • Define and deliver design components and deliverables including wireframes, mock-ups, user workflows, and interaction rules by working collaboratively with key team members within an agile and iterative design and development environment where timely delivery of design deliverables is critical
  • Develop and manage the member experience design process to deliver creative digital concepts and solutions for our web and mobile properties and incorporate animation as a functional element that enhances the user experience
  • Participate and solution in design workshops, persona development and client journey mapping sessions as well as develop user-centered storyboards, sketches/wireframes, and prototypes
  • Support the creation and maintenance of UI design and graphic standards documentation to help enforce Innovation’s brand coherence, accessibility standards and cross-site consistency
  • Source and treat brand-compliant images and ensure that we meet all brand standards
  • Plan and execute usability testing and stakeholder interviews to solicit feedback from external users and internal teams with the intention of incorporating the feedback into concept and/or application development
  • Drive digital transformations to simplify the experience for our members.
  • Develop and manage business plans and budgets ensuring principles of cost control and appropriate resource allocation is maintained

Visit the CAREERS page or our website to learn more about this position and to apply.  www.innovationcu.ca  Only those applications received through our job board will be considered.

Director of Credit

Established in 1957 with 28 members as a closed-bond institution, Northern Credit Union has evolved into a full-service, locally operated financial institution offering personal and commercial banking and financial planning expertise to more than 70,000 member shareholders. Holding over $1.7B in assets under administration, Northern now serves 28 communities in northern and north-eastern Ontario, and is committed to educating members in financial literacy, and providing tools to achieve their financial goals.

As the province’s 12th largest credit union, Northern has been making a series of significant, strategic investments over the past few years – by investing heavily in its operations, IT, people, culture, and brand, as well as establishing partnerships that have propelled it to be a key player in the financial services marketplace of Northern Ontario. It is within this exciting context that Northern is currently seeking its next Director of Credit.

Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Credit, the Director is an important member of Northern’s Management Team responsible for the overall operation of Credit Services including adjudication and recovery. The Director provides leadership and innovation in developing strategies to balance the organization’s credit risk with the needs of its members and the growth objectives of the organization. Collaborating with Northern’s Executive Team and serving as an advisor and resource across the organization, the Director enhances policies, adjudicates credits and provides feedback to the executive team and lending staff such that the risk in the commercial loans portfolio is managed within the established risk appetite.

Play a key role in building financial futures of communities across northern and north-eastern Ontario. To apply for this position, please visit: boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/1478. For more information, please email jfinless@boyden.com.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.

Project Manager

SaskCentral is owned by Saskatchewan credit unions to serve and represent their collective interests. We add value through the sound investment of credit union funds on deposit, as well as providing a wide range of products and services to maintain credit union leadership in the marketplace.

Project Manager

Term position to March 31, 2023 with the possibility of extension.
Location: Canadian home office or Regina corporate office

SaskCentral provides a balance of energy and support to employees. Under the direction of a new CEO, SaskCentral is on a multi-year enterprise-wide transformational journey with continued focus on ensuring the success and financial viability of Saskatchewan credit unions. To support this journey, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to deliver high-quality project leadership services that add value to our clients and stakeholders. If you have advanced experience in project management, planning, and effective stakeholder engagement this may be the position for you.

The Job
Reporting to the Chief Transformation Officer, you will manage multiple projects concurrently and lead cross functional teams to effectively implement projects aligned to the organization’s transformational strategy. You will think and work at both strategic and operational levels, knowing when each applies. You will scope key initiatives and support the project planning, budgeting, selection, and prioritization processes. You will provide project status reporting in support of ongoing corporate portfolio management and provide regular updates on project prioritization to Senior and Executive leaders. You will maintain and continuously improve SaskCentral’s project management methodology and ensure tools and templates support business needs and follow leading practices.

The Candidate
The ideal candidate will possess a Project Management Professional designation and a university degree in a related field, combined with a minimum of five years of experience leading and managing corporate projects. Working knowledge of MS project would be an asset. You have strong problem solving and change management skills and are exceptional at engaging various stakeholders to influence decision making. As an effective collaborator, you work with cross-functional teams to drive results and deliver outcomes. Experience in a Business Analyst role and supporting business process improvement initiatives are considered assets.

Please include in your cover letter examples of how you meet the qualifications for this position. Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume in confidence by May 24,2022 on our career page at Recruitment (adp.com).

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please be advised that SaskCentral will be using virtual and in-person methods to connect with candidates and conduct interviews during the recruitment process.

Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work. It’s more than the competitive salaries and excellent benefits we offer. We believe you can have a challenging, rewarding career and work life balance, too. We value and support workplace diversity.

 

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Administrator

THE POSITION:  Innovation Credit Union has a bold ambition – to be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to modernize our marketing with investments in new platforms like Adobe Experience Manager. To ensure our success, we are looking for a website administrator to join our marketing team. The focus of this role is to manage and maintain the website, taking into account functionality, appearance, content, and performance. How does one do this? Glad you asked!

The AEM Administrator does the following:

  • Creates and Updates Web Pages
    • Defines and delivers design components and deliverables including wireframes, mockups, user workflows, and interaction rules by working collaboratively with team members within an agile and iterative design and development environment.
    • Works directly with code and often update webpages to add content or tweak the layout.
  • Evaluates Structure and Content
    • Reviews and understands existing content.
    • Reviews and understands new content requirements.
    • Builds content-based pages and member journeys in the AEM environment as per business and project requirements.
  • Monitors Performance
    • Evaluates website performance by checking metrics such as loading time and memory consumption.
    • Assesses user feedback, effectiveness, and traffic
    • Explores marketing techniques such as newsletters and SEO to draw more users into the website.

Visit the CAREERS page or our website to learn more about this position and to apply.  www.innovationcu.ca  Only those applications received through our job board will be considered.

Wealth Management Specialist

If you are the right person Southwest Regional Credit Union welcomes applicants to apply for this great job opportunity!

Our History:

Southwest Regional Credit Union is a full service Credit Union meaning we offer a wide variety of products and services to fulfill our membership needs, including several borrowing options and wealth management services. All our member deposits, with the exception of Mutual Funds, Membership Shares and US Accounts are insured through the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA). Southwest remains a strong organization and well positioned to meet both current and future financial needs of our members. The Credit Union aims to return a considerable portion of annual earnings to members via dividends and loan interest rebates.

We have come a long way since 1939 and much has changed – but the Credit Union still believes in its roots of ‘Serving People with People’ and is focused on providing superior service to its membership. Our history shows just how much we have grown, but our future is always focused on providing “Banking Like it Used to Be.”

Job Summary:

  Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Provide financial advice to Members for investments requiring specialized services, including term deposits and mutual funds and develop these relationships to uncover additional needs and business opportunities.
  2. Prepare and present comprehensive financial plans based on a full needs analysis, offering financial solutions and recommendations to Members.
  3. Responsible to sell and cross sell all Credit Union products & services and identify referral opportunities to appropriate partners within the Credit Union.
  4. Prepare documentation for member investments under your investment portfolio.
  5. Monitor sales performance and sales management activities within branches; provide coaching and training sessions; conduct sales meetings; adjust sales plans where necessary with the approval of the Director of Sales & Service and within the associated budget.
  6. Maintain a strong level of knowledge of SRCU’s investment & wealth management related policies, procedures, established practices & documentation and act as a staff resource.
  7. Proved timely sales result reports to Branch Managers and the Director of Sales & Service.
  8. Assist in the development of branch deposit campaigns and lead their implementation.
  9. Maintain a high level of knowledge of competitor products & services; provide recommendations to the Director of Sales & Service to ensure branches remain competitive; support implementation of new products and services for SRCU
  10. Monitor to ensure all branches operate within established risk management guidelines, Anti-Money Laundering, Privacy and other applicable legislation for investments and report to appropriate departments in consultation with the Compliance Officer, Director of Sales & Service, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and the Internal Auditor
  11. Act as a role model, mentor, and motivator for Branch Managers and an ambassador for SRCU.
  12. Develop new external sources of business for SRCU
  13. Follow safe work practices as prescribe by the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.

Employment Conditions:

  1. Valid Ontario driver’s license and available reliable vehicle
  2. Ability to travel to all SRCU locations on a regular basis
  3. Must be bondable
  4. May occasionally work extended or irregular hours to accommodate Members.
  5. May be required to complete external or internal educational courses or training programs

Competencies/Skills:

  1. Accurate in the completion of all tasks and deadlines
  2. Strong analytical, planning, organizational and time management skills
  3. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive and proprietary information
  4. Responsive to requests and needs of others
  5. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  6. Ability to work well independently and as a team member
  7. Demonstrated effective leadership and coaching skills, use of feedback and reinforcement
  8. Ability to build trust with others and remain open to ideas
  9. Ability to effectively problem solve and resolve conflict
  10. Demonstrated strategic decision-making skills
  11. Ability to embrace and manage change

We are an equal opportunity employer values diversity in our workforce, as well as in our members, suppliers and others. We provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and Employees and do not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, record of offences, marital status, family status, disability or any other characteristic protected by local law.

Interested candidates can apply in confidence to the Director of Human Resources to  hr@southwestcu.com

 

Executive Assistant

Executive Assistant – Burlington (Full-time)

 We invest in people.

Be part of a banking experience as unique as you are. Tandia Financial Credit Union (Tandia) is seeking a talented and accomplished administrative professional to support our President, Board of Directors and senior executives on a full-time permanent basis.

Do you have experience supporting a President and a Board of Directors and juggling several priorities in a day? Do you have a passion for service, a positive mindset and a keen eye for detail?

If so, this might be the role for you.

 This exciting position will be based at our beautiful new corporate office in Burlington, Ontario – while a hybrid model is currently in place due to the present circumstances of the pandemic.

 Your Work at a Glance

As an Executive Assistant at Tandia you will be a vital member of our team, supporting the President, our Board of Directors and our Senior Executives. As a highly organized and efficient support resource, you are dedicated to providing excellent service and administrative support – displaying a positive “can-do” attitude and acting with exemplary professionalism.

In this role you will apply your knowledge and experience providing administrative support to the President, including preparing correspondence and assist with assembling documents, reports and presentations as well as managing calendar appointments, organizing conference calls, meetings and more. You will also craft correspondence on the President’s behalf, develop reports with ease and apply your strong technical abilities on a daily basis – and if called upon, provide systems support to our executives.

As the primary resource supporting the Board of Directors and Senior Executives, your role will include planning and coordinating meetings for our Board of Directors and all Board Committees, preparing and distributing all meeting materials, taking minutes and managing confidential files and you will be counted on to meet all deadlines with ease. You will also be involved in event coordination, such as the planning of Tandia’s Annual General Meeting and other company events and assisting in other administrative support such as booking conferences or making travel arrangements for our executives.

In the role of Executive Assistant, we’ll rely on your expansive business knowledge and your expertise in the field of office administration to anticipate needs and plan proactively. We’ll also count on your professional and courteous approach in dealing with all members, co-workers, colleagues and external contacts.

We are looking for someone who:

  •  Has completed a degree / diploma in a business-related field, or has equivalent work experience
  •  Has a minimum of 3 to 5 years experience as an Executive Assistant, or in a senior Office Administration role
  •  Has ideally worked with or supported a Board of Directors and has an understanding of Board processes and procedures including document preparation and minute-taking
  •  Has a strong inclination toward details and can be thorough and well organized, and has proven ability to work independently and efficiently
  •  Has excellent typing skills, calendar management experience and strong background in administrative support of multiple departments and functions including senior executives
  •  Operates with a high degree of discretion and tact and can build trust by demonstrating the ability to handle confidential information and sensitive material
  • Can produce detailed reports and presentations with ease and is highly skilled at using Microsoft Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, Teams and other Microsoft Office products on a daily basis; is comfortable with learning new technology and software applications
  • Is an accomplished communicator, skilled at both verbal and written communication and is able to interact with internal and external stakeholders at all levels through multiple means of communication – by phone, email, web-based meetings and in person while developing and maintaining strong relationships
  • Is comfortable working full-time hours and with deadline and time constraints with an understanding that hours of work may extend beyond the normal work week
  • Is aligned with Tandia’s vision and values and demonstrates a desire to be a contributing member of our team, support a positive work environment that promotes service and commitment to the credit union, quality, innovation, integrity, and respect

As Unique as You

We believe that financial institutions should be more accountable to the people they serve; we believe that there’s more than one way to measure success; and we believe that our profits should have a positive financial, social and environmental impact on the communities in which we live and work. Actions speak louder than words and we work hard to demonstrate our commitment each and every day.

At Tandia, we recognize that our staff and members are unique – and that matters to us.

As a credit union, living the co-operative principles is a part of our long and rich history.

We invest in our members and our communities with an extensive community investment program devoted to supporting the organizations, events, and volunteers that make our communities stronger.

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IT System Administrator

System Administrator – Information Technology (Full-time, Burlington)

Tandia Financial Credit Union (Tandia) is seeking a creative problem solver to join our IT department on a full-time permanent basis as a System Administrator.

This position will be based in our new Corporate office in Burlington, Ontario – while a hybrid model is currently in place due to the present circumstances of the pandemic.

We invest in people.

We are seeking a talented individual who matches the values we live by and who has a service mindset. Do you thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment? Do you have a self-starter attitude, and are you looking for an excellent team to work with? Are you a quick learner who wants to strive towards the corporate vision of innovation? If so, then you are right for Tandia, and we’d like to meet you.

 Your Work at a Glance

Our System Administrator is a critical member of the IT team, providing first level support to users to resolve technology related issues, including technical infrastructure, solutions, and end user systems and devices and will act as a back-up to other administrators when required.

In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring staff who are new to the organization, or who are changing roles, have the access and the systems they need to be successful. You will be responsible for the provisioning and maintenance of all mobile devices and ensuring an accurate and up-to-date inventory of assets.

You’ll stay up to date on the latest technology trends and won’t be shy to make recommendations on how new technologies can be leveraged to improve the efficiency of both the IT department and infrastructure.

We are looking for someone who:

  •  Has completed a degree or diploma in Computer Systems, Computer Science or other related program
  • Possesses a minimum of 1 year experience in a support role within a corporate IT environment including troubleshooting and diagnostics
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills, strong listening abilities and service mindset
  • Has in-depth knowledge of Windows Server, Desktop and Network Environment
  • Has working knowledge of Microsoft Exchange Server, Office365 and Office Suite
  • Has working knowledge of VMWare and VDI as well as VMware vSphere, vCenter, and ESXi
  • Has proficiency in managing and configuring Cisco and HP network routers and switches
  • Has experience with creating and modifying scripts including PowerShell
  • Has knowledge of Credit Union applications – which is considered an asset; as well – those candidates with experience in the financial industry will be given preference
  • Possesses excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate and translate highly technical information and ‘jargon’ in ways non-IT professionals understand
  • Prides themselves on their ability to problem solve
  • Is committed to continuous learning and a demonstrated ability to stay current with industry trends
  • Is able to work after hours and weekends as required to support our branch operations; emergency response and on-call duties after regular business hours are expected in this role

As Unique as You

We believe that financial institutions should be more accountable to the people they serve; we believe that there’s more than one way to measure success; and we believe that our profits should have a positive financial, social and environmental impact on the communities in which we live and work. Actions speak louder than words and we work hard to demonstrate our commitment each and every day.

At Tandia, we recognize that our staff and members are unique – and that matters to us.

As a credit union, living the co-operative principles is a part of our long and rich history. We invest in our members and our communities with an extensive community investment program devoted to supporting the organizations, events, and volunteers that make our communities stronger.

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IT Security Analyst

Security Analyst – Information Technology (Full-time, Burlington)

Tandia Financial Credit Union (Tandia) is seeking a qualified Security Analyst to join our IT department on a full-time permanent basis.

This position will be based in our new Corporate office in Burlington, Ontario – while a hybrid model is currently in place due to the present circumstances of the pandemic.

We invest in people.

Be part of a banking experience as unique as you are.

 Do you have a strong understanding of new security risks and technology trends? Is vulnerability management one of your strong suits?

If you answered Yes – this opportunity might be for you!

If you want to apply your experience in IT Security, with the knowledge you have gained from your formal education in Computer Security and the various Security certifications that you hold, keep reading for more details.

 Your Work at a Glance

Our Security Analyst will be responsible for the continuous monitoring and improvement of the overall security posture of the technology infrastructure within Tandia.

You will also be responsible for measuring and managing security risks and controls and enhancing the integrity of systems and processes throughout Tandia, with the goal of protecting our organization from potential security threats.  As the Security Analyst, you will be the single point of contact for any security related incidents and questions or concerns about dynamic threats within the organization. You will apply your knowledge when providing day to day guidance and recommendations on the management of cyber security specific risks and will approach projects strategically.  You will be proactive in creating, updating and maintaining IT related policies in coordination with audit and risk management procedures and you will serve as the primary correspondent to facilitate IT related audits.

We are looking for someone who:

  •  Has completed a degree or diploma in Computer Security or related Computer Systems or Data Security focused program
  • Possesses a minimum of 4 to 6 years of IT industry experience
  • Has a minimum of 1 year experience in the specialization of IT Security
  • Has ideally completed one or more Information Security certification(s) such as CISSP, CEH, GSEC, NCSF, Comp TIA Security+
  • Has in-depth knowledge of Windows Server, Desktop and Network Environment
  • Is highly skilled in the use of network security protocols and technology solutions such as next generation firewall (NGFW) applications, routing protocols and access control lists (ACL)
  • Has a solid understanding of common frameworks or standards such as CIS Top 20, NIST and ISO 27001
  • Is skilled at vulnerability management and has hands-on experience with vulnerability scanning tools – ideally Tenable and/or Tenable Security Center
  • Is skilled with log management and ideally has used SIEM solutions for log management and has familiarity with Sumo Logic or Splunk; in addition, can produce reports and metrics from these tools
  • Is committed to continuous learning and regular use of open-source intelligence to stay current with industry security trends
  • Has a self-starting attitude and a highly analytical approach to delivering the highest level of security
  • Has the ability to take initiative, recommend changes, streamline operations and create efficiencies
  • Has experience creating, updating and maintaining policies and procedures
  • Has knowledge of Credit Union applications – which is considered an asset; as well – those candidates with experience in the financial industry will be given preference
  • Possesses excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate and translate highly technical information and ‘jargon’ in ways non-IT professionals understand
  • Prides themselves on their ability to problem solve, manage and mitigate risk and analyze data
  • Is able to work after hours as required given the nature of the position; emergency response and on-call duties after regular business hours are expected in this role

As Unique as You

We believe that financial institutions should be more accountable to the people they serve; we believe that there’s more than one way to measure success; and we believe that our profits should have a positive financial, social and environmental impact on the communities in which we live and work. Actions speak louder than words and we work hard to demonstrate our commitment each and every day.

At Tandia, we recognize that our staff and members are unique – and that matters to us.

As a credit union, living the co-operative principles is a part of our long and rich history. We invest in our members and our communities with an extensive community investment program devoted to supporting the organizations, events, and volunteers that make our communities stronger.

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