Job Description

Are you a servant-leader with compliance and cards expertise?  This could be the career move you’ve been looking for! As the Director of Compliance, Risk & Cards, you’ll provide high-caliber leadership and direction to our Operations Risk Management and Card Services teams. You’ll oversee Bank Secrecy Act compliance, deposit and general operations compliance, risk management, and our plastic card and ATM Fleet operations. 

We value our members and our employees above all else.  The work is meaningful: we are large enough to have market relevance, but small enough that your contribution can be significant. Put your expertise to work for an organization that shares your values of giving and supporting communities through service.

Your day may include: 

  • Working with teams to develop, maintain, and support performance and service delivery goals
  • Reviewing and interpreting new regulations and working with applicable lines of business to implement new processes
  • Ensuring compliance with applicable Federal Regulations and State Law as it relates to deposit services and general operations
  • Providing oversight and guidance to the Card Services department as it relates to daily operations, ATM Fleet Management, Card Programs and Shared Branching Services
  • Providing oversight and guidance to the Operations Risk Management department as it relates to external fraud claims or disputes involving payment services, delivery channels and potential abuse under the Vulnerable Adult Protection Act
  • Serving as board appointed BSA/OFAC Compliance Officer
  • Serving as WSECU’s ITPP coordinator for our Identity Theft Prevention Committee, to provide oversight and direction for Red Flags Compliance
  • Serving on WSECU’s Enterprise Risk Management and Consumer Protection Compliance committees
  • Providing overall support in departmental and cross-divisional projects and project teams
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field working with regulatory compliance functions
  • Year for year experience may be substituted for formal education
  • Five years of progressive leadership experience in financial services, preferably in back office operational areas
  • Three years of experience leading multiple operational teams
  • Five years of experience in deposit and general operations compliance, functions, and development of disclosures in accordance with Federal Regulations related to Truth in Savings, Reg CC, Reg D, Check 21, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Electronic Signature in Global Commerce (E-Sign) Act, Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, Advertising Regulations, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, NCUA Part 748 – Security Program and Bank Secrecy Act Compliance, and NCUA Part 749 – Records Preservation Program.
  • Ability to serve as WSECU’s Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Officer
  • Advanced experience working with Microsoft Office Products
  • Ability to develop and deliver effective training programs
  • Well-developed oral and written communication and human relations skills
  • Knowledge of budget administration, account write-off preparation, account reconciliation and the ability to conduct audits
  • Strong technical, analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to effectively utilize techniques to derive data required from WSECU’s data depositories.

What you bring to the team: 

  • Five (5) years of progressive leadership experience in financial services, preferably in back office operational areas
  • Five (5) years of experience in deposit and general operations compliance, functions, and development of disclosures in accordance with Federal Regulations related to Truth in Savings, Reg CC, Reg D, Check 21, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Electronic Signature in Global Commerce (E-Sign) Act, Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, Advertising Regulations, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, NCUA Part 748 – Security Program and Bank Secrecy Act Compliance, and NCUA Part 749 – Records Preservation Program.
  • Three (3) years of experience leading multiple operational teams
  • Experience working with operational units supporting card and payment programs, including knowledge of ATM Fleet operations
  • Knowledge of budget administration, account write-off preparation, account reconciliation and the ability to conduct audits
  • Strong technical, analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to effectively utilize techniques to derive data required from WSECU’s data depositories
  • Advanced experience working with Microsoft Office Products
  • Ability to develop and deliver effective training programs
  • Well-developed oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field working with regulatory compliance functions
    • Year for year experience may be substituted for formal education

Required Certifications and Preferred Association Memberships:

  • Maintains Regulatory Compliance Certification (CUNA or NAFCUS)- Required
  • Maintains Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Certification (CUNA or NAFCUS) - Required
  • Maintains Washington State Notary duties following all state rulings and WSECU’s policies - Preferred
  • Member of Northwest Fraud Investigator’s Association - Preferred
  • Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - Preferred
  • Member Northwest Card Association (NWCA) - Preferred

Where you'd work:  Olympia, WA
When you’d work: This is a full-time, exempt position, Monday through Friday, with scheduling flexibility required to meet business needs
How much you’ll earn:
We offer a competitive pay, dependent on qualifications, with an excellent benefits package and incentive plan! 

We look forward to receiving your application and learning more about you!

Equal Opportunity Employer

We also proudly support veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces

  

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Application Instructions

To be considered for employment at WSECU, all applicants must include a resume

Visa sponsorship is not available

Contact 360.943.7911 ext. 11111 if you have any questions

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