National Association of State Retirement Administrators is searching for an executive director, according to a NASRA job posting.
Glenda Chambers, who has been executive director since 2002, plans to retire Sept. 30.
Qualifications include knowledge of or experience in public retirement system policymaking and administration. Compensation will depend on a candidate’s experience and credentials. The current salary ranges between $120,000 and $150,000.
Information on applying is available at www.nasra.org. Applications are due March 2 and should be e-mailed to Donna M. Mueller, CEO of the $21.1 billion Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System, Des Moines, and first vice president of NASRA, at [email protected]
NASRA expects the new executive director to start Aug. 4, with Ms. Chambers assisting in the transition.
No executive recruiting firm is being used.
NARSA, which comprises state and local retirement systems whose combined assets total $1.8 trillion, focuses on advocacy, research and education activities.