Nov 03, 2020
Apr 27, 2020 - Aug 06, 2020
The Treasurer of Vermont is an elected executive position in the Vermont state government. As the state's banker and chief investment officer, the treasurer is accountable for the receipt and disbursement of public funds, short and long-term debt management, investment of state funds, administration of three retirement systems and pension funds, collecting and returning unclaimed financial property to rightful owners, improving the financial literacy of Vermonters, and advising state policymakers on various fiscal and policy issues. The office of the treasurer has a wide range of duties: invests state funds; issues of all state bonds authorized by the general assembly; serves as the central bank for state agencies; manages the state's cash balances, processes checks and reconciles payroll and vendor checks; safeguards and returns unclaimed or abandoned financial property; administers three major pension plans, the deferred compensation plan, and the defined contribution play for state employees, teachers, and participating municipalities. The salary for this position is $92,269/year.
Submit application to:
Vermont Secretary of State, 128 State St, Montpelier, VT, 05633, US