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.)

Member Services Clerk - Reviews personal information from participating employers and members associated with their membership in the New Hampshire Retirement System.  Processes reviewed data into business software.  Supports Member Services team.

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.

Member Account Technician - The purpose of this position is to analyze internal and external documentation and to interpret and apply statutory provisions to process disbursements to members requesting a refund/rollover of accumulated contributions upon termination of employment. This position is also responsible for processing member requests for purchases of service credit and additional contributions by providing calculations and guidance through the process.

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.