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Why Be a Part of the NavyArmy Family?

A career at NavyArmy means joining a company that lives and works by our mission to meet the financial needs of our members, and to better serve our community. Our invaluable team members enjoy outstanding training opportunities and exceptional benefits all within a fun and friendly environment.

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Employee Benefits

As a NavyArmy employee, you'll enjoy:

  • Medical, Dental, & Vision
  • 401k Retirement with Company Match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Leadership & Professional Development

Transparency in Coverage

This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files formatted to allow researchers, regulators and application developers to access and analyze data more easily.

Our Culture

It’s simple! At NavyArmy, we are about caring. Caring for our members and caring for each other.

— Gerry Morrow, President

We believe that caring for our members starts with caring for our employees. We are committed to helping each individual achieve their personal career goals.”

— Dana Sisk, Executive Vice President

At NavyArmy, excellence fuels our drive to continually improve how we serve one another and our members. We have high standards, we always look for ways to improve, and we take a lot of pride in our work. ”

— Shannon Srp, Chief Technology Officer

We are one team, we support each other and common goals. NavyArmy’s “Secret Sauce” is its culture, and UNITY is the foundation of our culture…one team, one purpose – to serve our members.”

— Ashley Smith, Chief Marketing Officer

We at Navy Army have the shared value of giving our Personal Best to both our members and co-workers day in and day out!”

— Cyndy Ramos, Chief Operations Officer

Golden Rule – treat others the way you want to be treated. When we show respect for one another we are able to build trusting relationships. It’s about People helping People.”

— Virginia Witham, Chief Human Resources Officer

NACCU is dedicated to meeting the financial needs of our members. We work tirelessly to find financial solutions to serve our membership and help them achieve their goals.”

— Dan Dibble, Chief Lending Officer – Consumer Commercial

The invisible and uncomfortable line you cross when interested or committed. Interested financial institutions rely on computer assisted lending models and convince people they’re committed to helping. We utilize human intelligence and lateral thinking skills to help people when they need help the most. That’s dedication!”

— Roman Escobar, Chief Lending Officer, Mortgage

What is CU Pride?

These are the principles that guide us as a team to not only succeed, but to achieve our vision of being the community’s first choice for their financial needs.

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We listen and respond to member needs.


We are one team, we support each other and common goals.

Personal Best

We are present and accountable to our co-workers and members.
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We are courteous and attentive to co-workers and members earning trust.


We are honest, forthright and committed to doing what is right.
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We are there when our members need us most.


We pursue by fostering innovation through employee and service development.

What Our People Say

I have always enjoyed being a part of helping our members achieve their financial goals from getting their first car, helping their children afford school, taking that special vacation, or helping someone build their credit. We are champions for our members.”

Julia Graham, Branch Manager

On my first day, the CEO and COO welcomed all new hires. They said, “We can teach you just about anything, if you have the right attitude”. It is all about your attitude and your own willingness to grow and develop.”

Shannon Meinheit, Professional Development Coordinator
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In the Community

Our commitment to service, teamwork, and integrity extends well beyond our office walls. Throughout the year, NavyArmy organizes volunteer and fundraising teams to support community organizations. We are proud to strengthen the communities in which we live and serve, while developing a team of caring, committed professionals, dedicated to providing support for others. If you are in need of sponsorship, donations or volunteers, visit NavyArmy Gives.

Organizations we support include:

  • Alzheimer’s Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Red Cross
  • Aransas Pass Chamber of Commerce
  • The Ark Assessment Center for Youth
  • Art Museum of South Texas
  • Buc Commission (Buc Days)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Boys Scouts of America
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Calallen ISD
  • Catholic Charities
  • CC Ice Rays
  • CCISD Schools & Teachers
  • CC Police Department
  • CC/RGV United Way
  • Del Mar College
  • Diabetes Association
  • Dia de los Muertos Festival
  • Flour Bluff ISD
  • Girl Scouts of Greater South TX
  • Junior Achievement of The Coastal Bend
  • Nueces County Junior Livestock
  • Rotary Club
  • RGV Hispanic Chamber
  • RGV IDEA Public School
  • RGV Palmer Drug Abuse
  • SPCA Realtors
  • Sharyland ISD
  • Sombrero Festival
  • Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi
  • Triumph Over Kids Cancer
  • University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • United Chamber of Commerce
  • Veteran Females United

Frequently Asked Questions:



The minimum required education for all positions is a high school diploma or equivalent. However, there are certain positions that require a college degree.

Yes. NavyArmy offers tuition reimbursement.

Yes. If you are hired, NavyArmy will provide you with the training that is necessary for your position.

Log into Career Portal and view the position you submitted an application for and you will see a status from our recruiters.

Candidates must be 18 or older.

Still have questions? Visit our Help Center.

For Human Resources, call 361-986-4500