LAFPP Begins Search for New General Manager
The Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions (LAFPP or “Fund”) is seeking their next General Manager.
LAFPP was established by the City of Los Angeles in 1899 and operates under the provisions of the City Charter and Administrative Code. LAFPP is a single employer public employee retirement system whose main function is to provide retirement benefits to the safety members employed by the City.
The Fund serves over 26,000 active and retired police officers, firefighters, harbor and airport police, and their beneficiaries. With approximately $30 billion in assets under management, the pension fund is 96.8% funded.
The General Manager serves as the chief administrative officer of the Fund. Under the direction of the Board of Commissioners, the General Manager directs the daily internal operations and benefits administration of LAFPP. The General Manager will be responsible for leadership, administration, and management of LAFPP with Board delegation of authority. The General Manager will oversee an operating budget of approximately $1.7 billion and a total staff complement of 128.
To learn more about the Responsibilities and Preferred Qualifications please click on the link below or view the listing on the LA City Personnel Department Website:
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