Located in downtown Oakland, the Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association (ACERA), provides benefits in accordance with provisions of the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (1937 Act). On January 1, 1948, ACERA became operative to provide retirement, disability, and death benefits to the General and Safety members employed by Alameda County. Over the years, ACERA has expanded its member services to include employees of the Alameda County-based Superior Court of California and five special districts of the County. In 1984 the County adopted Article 5.5, creating the Supplemental Retiree Benefit Reserve, which provides retiree health care, dental care, vision care, and supplemental cost-of-living benefits. ACERA currently has 85 employees.
The Assistant Chief Executive Officer (Operations) reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is a key member of the ACERA Executive Team. The incoming Assistant Chief Executive Officer will work closely with the Actuary’s Office and ensure timely actuarial evaluations are completed; oversee the Fiscal Operations division; manage ACERA’s facilities and administration; assist in external and internal communications; continue to work on process improvement projects by implementing best practices as they apply to ACERA; and confidently present to the Board of Retirement. The Assistant Chief Executive Officer oversees 15 to 20 employees.
Requires a combination of education and experience such as: a Bachelor's degree in Public or Business Administration, Human Resources or closely related field AND the equivalent of three years’ full-time experience at a level of Accounting and Operations Manager or Benefits Manager. Experience with lean process improvement is a plus. Experience with a pension system is not required. Candidates from the public and private sector are invited to apply.
Salary: $149,260 - $238,638