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The Regional Transportation Authority Pension Plan is seeking to fill an upcoming non-employee trustee vacancy on its board of trustees.  To be considered, a candidate must possess a working knowledge of investment principles and concepts; be familiar with fiduciary responsibilities, actuarial concepts, and public pension plan governance; commit to regular education on topics relevant to investments, ethics, and other policies related to pension management; and abide by a code of ethics.  Non-employee Trustees are entitled to receive a stipend of $275 per meeting to prepare for, and actively participate in, each quarterly meeting or occasional special meeting of the board of trustees. Non-employee trustees serve for a term of 4 years and may serve a total of 3 consecutive terms.

More information about the pension board of trustees can be found in the attached RTA Pension Trustee by-laws.  Recent financial statements and actuarial valuations of the RTA pension plan can be found on the Financial Documents and Budget page of the RTA website.

If you are interested in serving as a trustee of the RTA pension plan, please email William Lachman, Chair and Trustee, at and include a summary of your relevant experience and qualifications.