Credit Union Jobs in Frederick, Maryland
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MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, a member owned, not-for-profit, financial institution serving the community of Montgomery County, Maryland, seeks an experienced Director of Mortgage Business Development. Job Description Position is responsible for managing and directing the business development efforts for the Credit Union as it pertains to mortgage loan originations for both new and existing...
Lafayette Federal Credit Union (LFCU) is one of the premiere financial institutions in the Washington, D.C. area with an asset size over $350 million. Since our founding in 1935, we have sought to provide our members with a safe and convenient place to save and offer loans at rates and terms more favorable than those of other financial institutions. We always strive to provide top-notch member ser...
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