The New York City comptroller’s office is seeking a senior director for financial management for the $150 billion New York City Retirement Systems, a notice posted on the comptroller’s website says.
The job has been vacant since the end of February, Eric Sumberg, a spokesman for Comptroller Scott Stringer, said in an e-mail. He did not say who previously held the position. The job is in the Bureau of Asset Management, which oversees the investment portfolios for the five public pension plans within New York City Retirement Systems. Mr. Stringer is the fiduciary for the pension plans.
The job duties include helping the assistant comptroller for asset management coordinate bureau operations management, meeting with custody banks and other vendors, coordinating preparation of financial reports by the five pension funds and preparing financial analyses, the notice said.
Applications are due by June 30. The job posting is on the comptroller’s website.