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Careers

Employees play an essential role in what makes VolCorp tick. We make it our priority to provide first-rate working conditions, excellent benefits and compensation programs, and equal employment opportunities.

Employee Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Tuition Reimbursements
  • 11 Paid Holidays (per year)
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Discretionary Days Off
  • Vision Care
  • Vacation Time (increases at the length of service)
  • 401K Plan

How To Apply

Interested in joining VolCorp?

Please apply at VolCorp Career Site:

https://volcorp.pshire.com/jobs/

Current Openings

Project Manager

Project Manager

Volunteer Corporate Credit Union (VolCorp)

Established in 1981, VolCorp is a Nashville, TN-based not-for-profit financial cooperative that serves over 330 natural person credit unions nationwide. VolCorp’s mission is to serve as the primary financial partner for credit unions by providing superior products, services, and support. For all the reasons below and much more!

We are currently recruiting for a Project Manager

Join the VolCorp team and work with us to help nurture a culture of innovation, inclusion and collaboration across the organization.

  • *Hybrid & Remote Work Environments: – Option available based on position and the location of incumbent
  • *Generous time off – VolCorp offers a generous allotment of pro-rated vacation, discretionary and sick time to any part time employee who will work an average of 24 or more hours in a week. In addition, we follow the Federal Reserve guidelines with 11 holidays per year.
  • *Culture – We pride ourselves on striving to maintain and achieve a culture that lives and breathes our operating principles daily. Those principles include Accountability, Vision, Trustworthiness, and Unity while remaining Results Focused. Our culture is reflected in our average length of service which is currently running at 14 years. We strive to do it right!
  • *Benefits – Medical, Dental, Life, Disability, Vision, Health Reimbursement Accounts, Health Savings Account, Flexible Spending Accounts are all part of the Benefit Package for any part time employee who averages 24 or more hours per week.
  • *Retirement Plans – Once you enter our retirement plans, the company will make a 3% contribution to your 401K plan and a 7% contribution to a Retirement Savings Fund Plan which is a combined total contribution of 10%. The contribution takes place even if you choose to not personally contribute. Should you choose to contribute you have contribution platforms such as Roth or tax deferred investment options. This option is available for any employee who completes 1,000 + hours in a 12 month period.
  • *Community Giving – VolCorp is paired with a local charitable organization where we “give back” to the community. Paid time off provided to work with the organization and fundraisers held yearly for their benefit.
  • *Sign on bonus – $1,000 sign on bonus after completion of 60 days

Strategy and Governance

  • Establish centralized PMO in alignment with Project Management Institute (PMI) guidelines, quality standards, and organization requirements.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor program management processes, dashboards, templates, policies, and metrics.
  • Partner with key internal and external stakeholders to develop solution roadmap, identify and recommend new solutions to meet business needs.
  • Identify and budget for long and short-range projects/plans to drive organizational improvements.

Solution Delivery

  • Oversee the lifecycle of projects from discovery to implementation to completion.
  • Hold stakeholders accountable for driving projects and goals/objectives, ensuring quality and timely delivery while maintaining stability of existing systems and processes.
  • Ensure clear communication on approach, status, issues and risks on a regular basis to manage stakeholder expectations.
  • Execute solution evaluations and manage vendor relationships.

Financial and Performance Management:

  • Execute performance management practices that drive the growth, development, and overall performance improvement of the organization.
  • Lead and grow a high-performance team by selecting high potential talent, training, coaching, and providing developmental assignments.
  • Participate in financial budgeting/planning processes, work with teams to estimate project total cost of ownership. Prepare business cases to establish the justification for solutions and priority.
  • Ensure actuals are managed to budget and timely communication of budget exceptions and development of plans to close gaps.
  • Develop and deliver status reporting and updates to all stakeholders, including Senior Executives.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Required

  • Ten years of project management experience and delivery success.
  • Five years management experience, including business relationship management and vendor/contract management.
  • Strong background in project and change management, methodologies, techniques, and processes.
  • Ability to cultivate and maintain relationships across the organization.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Flexible, adaptable, and resourceful when managing changing requirements and multiple deliverables.

Preferred

  • Financial services industry experience.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) or similar certification.

FOR CONSIDERATION:

Please apply at VolCorp Career Site:

https://volcorp.pshire.com/

Senior Systems Engineer

Senior Systems Engineer

Volunteer Corporate Credit Union (VolCorp)

Established in 1981, VolCorp is a Nashville, TN-based not-for-profit financial cooperative that serves over 330 natural person credit unions nationwide. VolCorp’s mission is to serve as the primary financial partner for credit unions by providing superior products, services, and support. For all the reasons below and much more!

We are currently recruiting for a Senior Systems Engineer

Join the VolCorp team and work with us to help nurture a culture of innovation, inclusion and collaboration across the organization.

  • *Hybrid & Remote Work Environments: – Option available based on position and the location of incumbent
  • *Generous time off – VolCorp offers a generous allotment of pro-rated vacation, discretionary and sick time to any part time employee who will work an average of 24 or more hours in a week. In addition, we follow the Federal Reserve guidelines with 11 holidays per year.
  • *Culture – We pride ourselves on striving to maintain and achieve a culture that lives and breathes our operating principles daily. Those principles include Accountability, Vision, Trustworthiness, and Unity while remaining Results Focused. Our culture is reflected in our average length of service which is currently running at 14 years. We strive to do it right!
  • *Benefits – Medical, Dental, Life, Disability, Vision, Health Reimbursement Accounts, Health Savings Account, Flexible Spending Accounts are all part of the Benefit Package for any part time employee who averages 24 or more hours per week.
  • *Retirement Plans – Once you enter our retirement plans, the company will make a 3% contribution to your 401K plan and a 7% contribution to a Retirement Savings Fund Plan which is a combined total contribution of 10%. The contribution takes place even if you choose to not personally contribute. Should you choose to contribute you have contribution platforms such as Roth or tax deferred investment options. This option is available for any employee who completes 1,000 + hours in a 12 month period.
  • *Community Giving – VolCorp is paired with a local charitable organization where we “give back” to the community. Paid time off provided to work with the organization and fundraisers held yearly for their benefit.
  • *Sign on bonus – $1,000 sign on bonus after completion of 60 days

Position Summary

As a Senior Systems Engineer, you will be responsible for designing, implementing, and supporting complex systems necessary for the successful operation of our organization. This role requires a strong technical background, excellent problem-solving skills, and the ability to work collaboratively. Troubleshoots system performance issues and creates and helps maintains a disaster recovery plan.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Design, enhance and implement new and existing internal information systems.
  • Manages the maintenance of the technology environment used by the business.
  • Monitor and maintain the performance, reliability, and security of systems.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues related to systems and infrastructure.
  • Work independently and with teams to develop and implement IT solutions.
  • Develop and maintain documentation for systems and processes.
  • Stay up to date with industry trends and technologies to recommend and implement best practices.
  • Install and relocate VolCorp Network equipment, personal computers and related equipment. Maintaining a complete list of all computer equipment, serial numbers and physical location of equipment.
  • Provide technical support for IT systems and networks.
  • Storage analysis, capacity planning, and performance planning of storage components
  • Manages and maintains virtual technology and its systems.
  • Provide budgetary information to supervisor as needed.

RELATED DUTIES:

  • Manages Storage Area Network (SAN) and associated components.
  • Maintain contact with software vendors to research operating problems and discuss new applications.
  • Adhere to company and governmental policies and regulations, including those related to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Plan compliance.
  • Perform other related duties and special projects as requested.
  • Maintain storage aspects of new server integrations, storage allocation, and change management.
  • Manages data restore and disaster recovery.
  • Responsible for coordinating and providing documentation and procedures for disaster recovery testing.

PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Technology or related area or equivalent years of directly related experience.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Active Directory Configuration and Support, Microsoft Azure AD, Microsoft Windows and Windows Server Support, O365 Support
  • Data Backup and Recovery Support, Corporate Antivirus Support
  • Experience with VMware virtualization technologies such as vCenter, SRM, NSX-T, Horizon VDI
  • Knowledge in scripting languages such as PowerShell or Python
  • Familiarity with network protocols and security principles
  • Storage Area Network (SAN) and associated components
  • Technical knowledge of system back-up and recovery procedures
  • Ability to interact effectively with all user levels, internal and external, via telephone or onsite
  • Ability to troubleshoot problems and effectively resolve user questions
  • Effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be detail-oriented and self-motivated

FOR CONSIDERATION:

Please apply at VolCorp Career Site:

https://volcorp.pshire.com/

Accounting Consultant/Auditor

Accounting Consultant/Auditor

Volunteer Corporate Credit Union (VolCorp)

Established in 1981, VolCorp is a Nashville, TN-based not-for-profit financial cooperative that serves over 330 natural person credit unions nationwide. VolCorp’s mission is to serve as the primary financial partner for credit unions by providing superior products, services, and support. For all the reasons below and much more!

We are currently recruiting for a Accounting Consultant/Auditor.

Join the VolCorp team and work with us to help nurture a culture of innovation, inclusion and collaboration across the organization.

  • *Hybrid & Remote Work Environments: – Option available based on position and the location of incumbent
  • *Generous time off – VolCorp offers a generous allotment of pro-rated vacation, discretionary and sick time to any part time employee who will work an average of 24 or more hours in a week. In addition, we follow the Federal Reserve guidelines with 11 holidays per year.
  • *Culture – We pride ourselves on striving to maintain and achieve a culture that lives and breathes our operating principles daily. Those principles include Accountability, Vision, Trustworthiness, and Unity while remaining Results Focused. Our culture is reflected in our average length of service which is currently running at 14 years. We strive to do it right!
  • *Benefits – Medical, Dental, Life, Disability, Vision, Health Reimbursement Accounts, Health Savings Account, Flexible Spending Accounts are all part of the Benefit Package for any part time employee who averages 24 or more hours per week.
  • *Retirement Plans – Once you enter our retirement plans the company will make a 3% contribution to your 401K plan and a 7% contribution to a Retirement Savings Fund Plan which is a combined total contribution of 10%. The contribution takes place even if you choose to not personally contribute. Should you choose to contribute you have contribution platforms such as Roth or tax deferred investment options. This option is available for any employee who completes 1,000 + hours in a 12 month period.
  • *Community Giving – VolCorp is paired with a local charitable organization where we “give back” to the community. Paid time off provided to work with the organization and fundraisers held yearly for their benefit.
  • *Sign on bonus – $1,000 sign on bonus after completion of 60 days

Position Summary

The Symphony Consultant role will be responsible for providing accounting services to credit unions including general ledger reconciliations, accounting close process and Call Reporting. As a part of this position, the consultant will aid with Supervisory Committee Audits. In addition, this position will be required to complete Asset Liability Management modeling under the VolCorp umbrella.

This role will be required to develop strong and long-term relationships with current and potential member credit unions.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provide consulting services to multiple credit unions within the accounting function. This would include general ledger reconciliations, month/quarter/year-end accounting processing, financial reporting, budgeting, and completing the Call Report. This position will require frequent communication with the credit union on progress and provide supporting documentation for all work completed.
  • Assist with audits based upon guidance provided by NCUA and state regulations for Supervisory Committee Audits. Use strong analytic skills and accuracy to determine findings from the procedures completed. Document audit procedures using detailed workpapers developed internally or from credit union provided documents. Communicate with credit union client and direct supervisor of the audit process and on all issues that may arise. Develop audit report and present it to credit union client.
  • Work with credit union members to gather data and assumption requirements for modeling input. Verify data received assumption templates are in balance and complete.
  • Load data and assumptions into ZM ALM Modeling software and verify accuracy. Run model to perform interest rate and liquidity risk positions. Communicate with the credit union during modeling process if data or assumptions appear incorrect or questions arise.
  • Review results to determine changes from prior model runs are within reason based upon current Balance Sheet composition. Compile result reporting package, deliver and schedule meeting with credit union to discuss results.
  • Perform other duties as assigned for either Symphony or VolCorp.
  • Included with each responsibility, the individual must be able develop strong relationships with clients.

RELATED DUTIES:

  • Perform other assignments and special projects as directed by the Symphony’ CEO/President or VolCorp’s Senior Leadership Team members.
  • Adhere to company and governmental policies and regulations, including those relating to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Plan compliance.
  • Remain aware of current and regulatory issues related to the consulting area. Update current job responsibilities to encompass changes within regulations or best practices.

PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in accounting, with CPA preferred.
  • Knowledge of credit union accounting preferred.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, state credit union regulations and federal credit union regulations.
  • Strong verbal, written, and nonverbal communication skills.
  • Strong professional etiquette.
  • Effective presentation skills to present audit findings, provide training or discuss best practices while adapting conversation to the audience’s skill level.
  • Effective interpersonal, analytical, and presentation skills
  • Knowledge of various software platforms to assist in job, such as PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
  • Strong analytical skills to lead to continual process improvement within workflows and overall job responsibilities.
  • Time Management and ability to easily accept and manage change.
  • Detail oriented and self-motivated. Requiring very little direct supervision.
  • Ability to work independently and within group settings.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • No unusual physical demands
  • Must be flexible to work some overtime

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Up to 15% travel may be required, including extensive drive time.

FOR CONSIDERATION:

Please apply at VolCorp Career Site:

https://volcorp.pshire.com/

VolCorp is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Each applicant seeking employment with VolCorp is given a fair and unbiased evaluation of his or her capabilities, as well as of his or her background check without discrimination.

Employment opportunities are available equally throughout our company. Applicants and employees are evaluated based on job qualifications — not race, age, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, physical or mental disability, citizenship status (as long as an employee is legally authorized to work in the United States), past, present, or future membership in the U.S.

We are committed to the equal employment and advancement of our employees, and our activities reflect our full acceptance of our responsibilities as an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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