Executive search firm DDJ Myers will lead the search process
Sept. 23, 2020 — Jacksonville, Fla. — The Board of Directors of Jax Federal Credit Union today announced the launch of a national search for the credit union’s next Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The 85-year-old credit union, which serves members who live, learn, work and worship in Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau and Baker Counties, currently has more than $464 million in assets. The board seeks candidates with strong leadership in the financial industry, including direct experience guiding member growth, lending and branch expansion initiatives.
“Jax Federal Credit Union is in a financially strong position. We are eager to identify the next CEO to guide our executive leadership team, inspire our dedicated associates, serve our loyal members and strengthen our relationships within the broader Northeast Florida community,” said Charles T. McLeod, Jr., Chairman of the Jax Federal Credit Union Board of Directors.
To learn more and submit an application, visit ddjmyers.com/positions.
About Jax Federal Credit Union
Established in 1935, Jax Federal Credit Union serves over 38,500 members across Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Baker and Nassau Counties. Jax Federal Credit Union helps its members meet their financial needs through nine branch locations; a robust mobile and internet banking platform; and access to over 6,800 Shared Branching locations and nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. For more information, visit jaxfcu.org.