Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, is seeking to fill four senior-level positions, including two senior portfolio managers for private equity.
One senior portfolio manager position is new, while the other is a reposting of an opening after the $168.1 billion FSBA was unable to find suitable candidates to fill the position when it initially posted the opening, seeking candidates for a Feb. 8 due date. Daniel d'Orchimont, who held the existing position, died July 15, 2012. His duties have been reassigned in the interim to other staff members.
The FSBA has $6.9 billion in private equity.
Qualifications for both positions include five years of related professional experience, including three years at a supervisory level.
The new postings list no salary range. John Kuczwanski, communications manager, said selections will be based on experience.
Both positions report to John Bradley, director of private equity.
The due date for applications for both senior portfolio manager positions is Sept. 3.
In addition, FSBA is seeking a senior quantitative investment analyst in fixed income.
Qualifications include three years of experience, including applying financial analysis models. Melody Cao, who holds the position, plans to leave the FSBA “in the near future” to accept a position at another organization, Mr. Kuczwanski said.
The upper end of the salary range for the senior quantitative investment analyst is $79,490, according to the posting. That person will report to Katy Wojciechowski, senior investment officer, fixed income.
Applications are due Aug. 23.
Finally, the FSBA seeks a director of human resources, a new position to oversee recruitment, compensation design, including incentive pay, and training. The director will report to Kathy Whitehead, chief financial officer and chief operating officer. Applications are due Sept. 3.
The postings for all the positions are available on the FSBA website.
FSBA hopes to fill all the positions as soon as possible, Mr. Kuczwanski said.