Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, Thursday reposted the opening for chief risk and compliance officer, seeking to attract more applicants.
FSBA extended the due date for applying to Aug. 8 from July 27.
“For such an important position, the SBA wanted to ensure the broadest pool of candidates possible,” John Kuczwanski, communications manager, said in an e-mail.
Eric Nelson, who 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, continues also as in her existing position of director of enterprise risk management.
The FSBA offers a salary range for the position between $138,200 and $207,200.
Information about the job opening and how to apply is available on FSBA’s website.
The FSBA oversees $181.3 billion in total assets, including the $148.5 billion Florida Retirement System’s defined benefit fund and $8.8 billion 401(a) defined contribution plan.