Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, reposted its search for a senior portfolio manager in fixed income after failing to get suitable candidates in its first recruiting effort, John Kuczwanski, communications manager, said in an e-mail.
The FSBA is offering the same salary range, between $120,000 and $180,000.
The board, which oversees $174.7 billion in assets and initially posted the job opening in March, reposted the job on its website
Ken Hill, who held the position, left the FSBA last November to join Invesco as multisector portfolio manager in fixed income.
After Mr. Hill's departure, the FSBA took several months to start its search for candidates to assess a need for any changes to the duties of the position.
The duties in large part include supporting FSBA's internal fixed-income management.
As of Aug. 31, the FSBA had $31.1 billion in fixed income, two-thirds of which was managed internally. Staffers assumed the responsibilities in the interim.
The person holding the position will report to Kathryn Wojciechowski, senior investment officer, fixed income.
The FSBA hopes to fill the opening as soon as possible, Mr. Kuczwanski said.
Qualifications FSBA is seeking include at least three years of related professional experience, including two years at a supervisory level.
Applications are due by Oct. 10.