On March 3, Chamber and JAXUSA Partnership leaders joined Mayor Lenny Curry, City Council President Greg Anderson and officials from Ernst & Young for a significant jobs announcement.
Ernst & Young will open a delivery center here in Jacksonville, creating 450 jobs in our community. The company, the 4th largest accounting firm in the world, employs about 100 people in Jacksonville that serve local clients, but this expansion is a strategic piece of the company’s nationwide operation.
Daniel Davis, JAX Chamber president said, “These are highly skilled information technology and financial services jobs – the types of jobs we have positioned our community to be able to attract. We’ve seen success in these sectors in recent years – with more expected in the next few months – and these companies know if they come to Jacksonville, we have the workforce they need to be successful.”
Find Ernst & Young’s career page here.