Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, is searching for a chief risk and compliance officer.
Eric Nelson, who had held the position since 2010 when the department of risk management and compliance was created, retired Oct. 1, 2014. Karen Chandler, who was named acting chief risk and compliance officer, has also continued in her role as director of enterprise risk management.
“Under Karen’s capable leadership, the responsibilities were covered, which enabled us to take a deliberative approach to filling” the position, said John Kuczwanski, communications manager of the FSBA, which oversees $182.2 billion.
Among the job’s responsibilities, the chief risk and compliance officer oversees management of enterprise risk management investment performance and risk analytics, strategic planning activities and compliance, as well as a staff of 16.
The position reports to Ashbel C. Williams Jr., FSBA executive director and chief investment officer.
FSBA offers a salary range for the position between $138,200 and $207,200.
Qualifications include 15 years of “progressively complex investment, risk management, or accounting related experience.”
FSBA hopes the fill the position as soon as possible after the closing of the acceptance of applications, Mr. Kuczwanski said.
Applications are due July 27.
The job postings and information on how to apply are on the FSBA’s website.