The Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, soon to be headquartered in Chadds Ford, currently has more than $980 million in assets, and has been providing financial products and services to residents and organizations throughout the Delaware Valley and beyond since 1970.
This position oversees the monthly close and generation of financial statements, prepares financial reports for management and the board of directors, and manages, directs, and develops the activities of employees in the accounting department.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance, CPA certification, a minimum of five years of experience as an accounting manager in a financial institution, and experience using Excel and other report writing programs.
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Member Relationship Advisor II
This position offers appropriate financial products and services for new and existing members based on their needs, provides ongoing relationship servicing with current members, and opens and closes new memberships.
The ideal candidate will possess a high school diploma or a minimum of three years of equivalent retail experience, a minimum of two years of related financial services industry experience, and strong knowledge of personal banking products and services.
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Foundation Development and Events Specialist
This position coordinates all aspects of special division events, arranges and conducts field trips for elementary school students, and helps secure underwriting, sponsorships, in-kind donations, and auction items for event fundraising opportunities.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in education, public relations, or communications, two to three years of experience in development, event coordination, or community relations in a non-profit setting, and excellent communication skills.
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Assistant Network Administrator
This position assists in the administration of network substations, investigates user problems and implements solutions, oversees software and application development, and maintains site licenses for the organization.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree, one to two years of related technical experience in a financial service setting, and financial services experience.
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