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The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission

Deputy Executive Director - ERS

The Deputy Executive Director, reporting to the Executive Director, of the Employees’ Retirement System, works cooperatively with the ERS’ management team and serves as second-in-command to the Executive Director. The Deputy Executive Director assists in planning, developing, and evaluating goals, programs, policies, and procedures, acts as an intermediary for the Executive Director in highly sensitive and critical matters and is responsible for implementation and coordination of the day-to-day functions and operations of the Employees’ Retirement System (“System”). Recommends and implements Board policies and procedures, which are required by the Board to discharge its statutory and regulatory responsibilities.

  1. Knowledge of the domestic and international financial markets and economics.
  2. Knowledge of applicable legislative and regulatory processes.
  3. Knowledge of local employee benefits law and regulations.
  4. Knowledge of procedural rules, regulations and guidelines guiding the operations of a pension system.
  5. Knowledge of management principles including the ability to hire, motivate, develop, and delegate to senior staff.
  6. Knowledge of accounting, investments, actuarial services, and legal compliance requirements.
  7. Must be highly organized and have ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and multi-task on numerous complex simultaneous projects while meeting time sensitive deadlines.
  8. Must possess experience needed to understand the functions and interrelationships of master custodian(s),investment consultants, actuaries, auditor(s), legal counsel(s), and the investment managers.
  9. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  10. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills.
  11. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated leadership, analytical and problem solving skills, financial management,investment, and strategic planning skills along with a collaborative management style.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in finance, business, public administration or a related field.

Experience: At least five years (5) progressively responsible pension experience and proven ability to successfully manage a pension fund or similar operation.


How To Apply
To submit an application click here to apply online.

JOB# 00003


The Arlington County Treasurer's Office


Deputy Treasurer for Accounting and Treasury Management

The Arlington County Treasurer's Office is seeking an experienced Deputy Treasurer to provide leadership, knowledge, training and supervision for the Accounting and Treasury Management Division, and to ensure the Division carries out its mission to receive, safeguard, and disburse County funds and meets its goals for accurately projecting cash flow requirements consistent with the principles of Safety, Liquidity and Yield (SLY) and in compliance with applicable State Code and Investment Policy requirements. This includes the development and implementation of policies, procedures and processes which ensure the protection of financial assets, the prudent investment of funds, the accurate accounting and reporting of financial activities, and effective oversight of all related activities. The position serves as the Treasurer’s investment officer and public funds custodian.


  • Bachelor's degree in Public/Business Administration, Accounting or closely related field.
  • Professional certification: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) or equivalent certification. Must be in good standing.
  • Significant and progressively responsible experience in treasury management, accounting, and auditing. Scope of experience must include investment/portfolio management, contract issues, banking relationships, application of GAAP and internal control principles.

How To Apply

To apply online go to https://careers.arlingtonva.us/, click on Explore Careers, then click Apply Now, scroll down the alphabetical list of job titles to find TREASURER’S OFFICE, DEPUTY FOR ACCOUNTING. The link to the employment application (APPLY) is found on each job announcement. Once completed, your application information remains in the system for you to review, edit and submit for future Arlington job openings.

The examination for this position may include one or more of the following: (1) evaluation of training and experience; (2) written and oral examination; (3) performance test; (4) personal interview; and (5) physical examination.

Job Closes: Open until filled


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