2023 Meeting Schedule
State Board of
Administration Executive Director Applications
The State Board of Administration (SBA) is a constitutionally created entity as Florida’s investment management organization. The SBA is primarily responsible for investing the proceeds of the Florida Retirement System Pension Plan, administering the Florid Retirement System Investment Plan, managing the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund, and running Florida PRIME, as well as investing the proceeds of more than 25 other funds directed to the SBA by the Legislature.
The SBA is governed by a three-member Board of Trustees (Trustees), comprised of the Governor as Chair, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Attorney General. The trustees have delegated day-to-day administrative and operational functions to the Executive Director (ED) in compliance with federal and state laws, administrative rules, and policies of the SBA. The ED must develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders while providing leadership for investment management, administrative, and operational functions. Other duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to directing the day-to-day operations of the SBA including administrative, procurement, human resources, budget, external communications, accounting, finance, corporate governance, audit, Inspector General, legal, information technology, trust services, risk and compliance, and Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund functions. The ED is also responsible for providing leadership to employees evaluating the appropriateness of the goals and objectives of the SBA considering actuarial studies and recommending changes to the Board of Trustees when appropriate.
Persons interested in applying for the position of State Board of Administration Executive Director may submit a resume and cover letter through either of the following: