Minnesota State Retirement System, St. Paul, is seeking an executive director for the $22 billion retirement system, according to a job posting on the system’s website.
David Bergstrom, the current executive director, on Tuesday announced he’s retiring on Dec. 31 after 24 years in the post.
The job posting is available on the pension fund’s website.
The retirement system administers five defined benefit plans — Minnesota State Employees Retirement Fund, State Patrol Retirement Fund, Correctional Employees Retirement Fund, Judges Retirement Fund and Legislators Retirement Fund — as well as the Minnesota Deferred Compensation Plan, a $5.8 billion 457 plan.
The $80 billion Minnesota State Board of Investment, St. Paul, oversees investment management of all MSRS plans.
Mr. Bergstrom could not be reached for comment Tuesday.