Baltimore City Fire & Police Employees' Retirement System launched a search for a new executive director, spokeswoman Amy E. Baskerville said in an email.
The $3 billion pension fund is conducting the search for its top executive due to the impending retirement of its current executive director, Anthony Calhoun, Ms. Baskerville said. Mr. Calhoun has yet to announce a retirement date, she said.
BCFPERS hopes to announce a new executive director by the end of the year, and there are currently no plans to have an interim executive director before then.
Executive search firm EFL Associates is assisting. The job listing is available on the firm's website.