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Brazos Valley Schools CU Selects Credit Union Resources to Conduct VP of Info Tech Search
Thursday, November 2, 2017 6:50 AM

Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union, located in Katy, Texas, has selected Credit Union Resources to conduct a search for the position of vice president of information technology. Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union’s executive team expressed the need for a thorough and effective search for this critical position and chose Credit Union Resources based on its expertise in executive search within the financial services industry.

With 11 locations in Katy, Brenham, Bryan, College Station, Missouri City, Rosenberg, and Sugar Land, Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union has $700 million in assets and serves more than 50,700 members. Since 1954, Brazos Valley Schools CU has been committed to providing quality and convenient services to meet the financial needs of its members who live, work, worship, or attend school within 10 school districts in Texas.

As the vice president of information technology, this experienced financial executive will be responsible for the technological infrastructure of the credit union. The position requires an individual with a history of strong leadership skills and a profound knowledge base in technology, including core processing, networking, telecommunications, security, programming, and ecommerce.

The executive search for Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union’s vice president of information technology will be led by Marcus Cotton, vice president of executive recruiting at Credit Union Resources.

About Credit Union Resources, Inc.
Credit Union Resources is a service corporation that provides industry-leading solutions and expertise to credit unions across the country. Credit Union Resources is a part of the Cornerstone Credit Union League, a regional trade association representing the interests of credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.