We are pleased to assist Our client, the Baltimore City Fire and Police Employees’ Retirement System (BCFPERS
or the System)
in finding their next Executive Director. BCFPERS
is the administrator of a single employer defined benefit local government retirement plan. The System
provides normal monthly retirement benefits as well as death and disability payments. BCFPERS
is a component unit of the City of Baltimore. As of June 30, 2022, the System
held assets under management of $2.96B.
The Executive Director
serves as the chief executive officer and reports directly to the Board. The Executive Director
manages the day-to-day operations of the System
, including administration of benefits. The role effectively manages all funds, makes sound investment decisions and collaborates with strategic partners, service providers, stakeholders. The Executive Director
leads a current staff complement of 30, composed of 25 full-time employees and 5 contractors.
To learn more about the Responsibilities and Preferred Qualifications
please view the link below:
please send your resume to Tamara at email@example.com
||Baltimore City Fire and Police Employees’ Retirement System (BCFPERS)
||$141,473 - $233,473
|Posting Start Date:
||EDUCATION AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Public Management, Public Administration or related fields. Major course work in finance, accounting, public finance, business administration is a plus.
• Three years of experience directing the activities of a large retirement system, including evaluating work performance and disciplining, hiring, firing and promoting other supervisors.
• Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Public Management, Public Administration or related fields.
• JD or Doctorate Degree. • Professional Certifications (i.e., CPA, CFA, CFS, CIMA, ASPPA, NIPA, etc.).
• Specialized training in defined benefit plan administration, vendor management, investment management oversight, actuarial studies and pension law preferred.
• 10 years of relevant experience, with at least 5 years at the senior leadership level in private, public, or multilateral institutions in areas related to pension administration, asset management, accounting, auditing, and risk management.
• Understanding of actuarial methodologies. A leader with an in-depth understanding of global economics and capital markets, investment strategies and vehicles.
• Experience working with/for a board of trustees
• Working knowledge of local, state, and federal pension laws.
• Experience negotiating complex investment manager contracts.
• Experience with private market asset classes.
• Experience working in public sector.
||This listing expires on: 6/24/2023