New Assistant Nassau County Manager to Begin Next Week

Sabrina Robertson
Public Information Officer
(904) 530-6010
[email protected]

Marshall Eyerman

Nassau County, Florida, February 25, 2021 – Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021, Nassau County will have a new Assistant County Manager, Marshall Eyerman. Mr. Eyerman brings with him more than 25 years of experience in finance and management, including 13 years with local government.

Mr. Eyerman’s work history includes serving as a Special District Program Manager, Budget Officer, Financial Resources Division Manager, and most recently, the Assistant City Manager/Chief Financial Officer/City Treasurer for the City of Moreno Valley California. His work in these areas have provided him with invaluable knowledge in government finance, contract negotiations, development of policies, and strategic planning.

Mr. Eyerman stated, “I am very excited to be joining the County team, becoming part of this community, and assisting in implementing the goals of the County Commissioners”.

Mr. Eyerman’s education includes a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Masters in Business Administration from California State University San Marcos. He has also received  Professional Certificates in Local Government from ICMA University and has recently completed the Bloomberg Harvard’s Innovation Track Project, a leadership and management program designed for senior government officials.

As Assistant County Manager, Mr. Eyerman will support the County Manager in overall operation of the County including implementation of directives and policies of the Board of County Commissioners, investigation and resolution of complaints, management of various projects/programs, and supervision of professional staff assigned to him. He may also, at times, act as County Manager as needed in his absence.

County Manager, Taco Pope, stated, “After an extensive search, I am confident the County has secured a great asset with employment of Mr. Eyerman. His professional experience and technical skill-set will propel the County forward. I look forward to working with Mr. Eyerman and am excited to see the application of his knowledge for the betterment of our community”.

If you have any questions, please contact the County Manager’s Office at (904) 530-6010 or email [email protected].

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Margaret Kirkland
Margaret Kirkland(@kirkland-mrk)
2 years ago

This seems like a great hire. The Comp Plan/LDC Working Group, which is currently working on input for the Fernandina Beach Comprehensive Plan, is recommending a similar CFO-type position to provide leadership in long-term planning, high-level strategic planning, economic and microeconomic expertise, familiarity with what has worked well or not worked with other municipalities and effective communication skills for communicating with the public and others regarding fiscal and economic issues. These skill sets and qualities are now essential for the successful management of local government.

Perry Anthony
Perry Anthony (@guest_60505)
2 years ago

We welcome Mr. Eyerman with welcome arms, as he is clearly more than qualified. Good luck with your transition. Fernandina Beach certainly could use someone with his expertise on their team.