Careers at NHRS

Join the dynamic team at the New Hampshire Retirement System.

NHRS plays an important role in the long-term economic well-being of the state’s public employees, teachers, police officers, and firefighters.  NHRS strives to fulfill that responsibility through the professional management and administration of the pension trust fund. To learn more about who we are, see our Mission, Vision, and Values.
NHRS employees enjoy outstanding benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, and access to a supplemental 457b plan. We also offer health-care and dependent-care reimbursement accounts, access to a fitness room, and other benefits.
The New Hampshire Retirement System is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a workforce of diverse individuals.

Current openings

Positions that are currently open at NHRS are listed below. (If no positions are listed, there are no current openings.)

The New Hampshire Retirement System is searching for our next Director of Investments. NHRS is based in Concord, NH and administers a defined benefit pension plan and other postemployment benefit plan. Combined assets under management are $11.6 billion.

The Director of Investments (the “Director”) is a member of the NHRS Executive Team and reports to the Executive Director. This is a high-level executive position responsible for providing expert investment counsel to both the Board of Trustees and the Independent Investment Committee (IIC), and directing all aspects of a managed investment fund program. These responsibilities involve developing and implementing the Fund’s overall investment planning and strategy; research; risk management; overseeing portfolio management, conducted by either staff or external managers; investment consultant(s) and service provider relations; and asset allocation. The Director will oversee a staff of three comprised of a Senior Investment Officer, an Investment Officer, and a Junior Investment Officer.

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Job Specifications

Please contact Tamara at to submit your resume or for more information.

Employer Reporting Specialist - Provides direct, expert assistance to employers in preventing and correcting errors in employer contribution reports so data may be posted properly into NHRS’ business software. Responsible for accurate accounting for all daily cash receipts.  Responsible for assisting with developing and delivering employer education on varying topics.

IT System Support Specialist - Provides support for office software and hardware and works with IT staff as needed to escalate issues through to completion. Responsible for working with vendors, coordinating repairs, and ensuring work is completed.

IT Information Security Administrator - The Information Security Administrator is responsible for researching, developing, implementing, testing and reviewing NHRS’ information security in order to protect information and prevent unauthorized access. This position also supports security initiatives and NHRS policy adherence and awareness efforts and provides security expertise to business units and key stakeholders.

Director of Finance - The Director of Finance is a member of the New Hampshire Retirement System Executive Team and reports to the Executive Director.  This is a high-level executive position responsible for all the activities of the finance department. The Director of Finance makes recommendations to the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees, and implements approved polices and strategies. 

The Director of Finance leads a team responsible for accounting and cash management, which includes investment accounting, general ledger accounting, budget, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts and other financial functions.

The Director also serves as liaison with the NHRS’ consulting actuary and external auditor. This position provides expert advice to the Executive Director and Board of Trustees on financial reporting and the budget.  The Director of Finance participates in the strategic planning and organizational development process and in the formulation of NHRS' organizational mission, objectives, and strategies.

Imaging Specialist - Operates document imaging equipment to create electronic files or archives. Prepares documents for scanning, scans documents, and verifies quality of digital images. Indexes and stores images according to organization guidelines. Processes system enrollments and other member information changes. Troubleshoot and makes adjustments to equipment when necessary.