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FirstLight FCU Selects Credit Union Resources to Conduct Searches for VP of Mortgage Lending and Talent Management Director
Friday, December 4, 2015 7:00 AM

Credit Union Resources has been selected to conduct searches for the positions of vice president of mortgage lending and talent management director for FirstLight Federal Credit Union in El Paso, Texas.

As the vice president of mortgage lending, this experienced financial executive will be responsible for the operation of the mortgage lending functions. The position requires an individual with a history of strong leadership skills and the ability to drive loan volume at a financial institution.

The talent management director will be responsible for the credit union’s talent planning and acquisition, performance management, and employee and leadership development. The successful candidate must also have HR management experience.

FirstLight FCU has $888 million in assets and serves more than 106,000 members in the greater Fort Bliss community. Chartered in 1955, FirstLight FCU is dedicated to helping its members and their families achieve financial security by providing accessible products, services, tools, and education. The credit union has nine convenient locations and a variety of financial products and services to meet the needs of its members.

The executive searches for FirstLight FCU’s vice president of mortgage lending and talent management director will be led by Marcus Cotton, vice president of executive recruiting at Credit Union Resources. Marcus can be reached at or (832) 200-8714.

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.