WINCHESTER, Va. – Navy FCU opened a second building at its member service center here, a short distance from its Vienna, Va., headquarters, where it plans to add as many as another 450 jobs.

The campus, which opened in 2006, currently has 680 employees. Navy Federal plans to add a variety of jobs over the next five years, mostly customer service representatives and managers to service the credit union, which owns the largest market share in greater Washington of any financial institution. Navy FCU's local market share is slightly ahead of Bank of America's.

The expansion includes a second, two-story, 56,000-square-foot building, in which the $54 billion credit union has invested about $20 million.

The Winchester expansion comes as the credit union giant is also building a new campus adjacent to its main ops center outside Pensacola, Fla., where it plans to add as many as 1,500 employees to its current workforce of 2,800. The cost of that expansion is projected to exceed $200 million.

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