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Monday, January 26, 2015

MERS: Be a Part of the Plan

At MERS, our plans always include finding the right fit, for our members, for our business, and for our staff.

We’re the Municipal Employees’ Retirement System of Michigan, a Lansing-based public nonprofit that manages more than $9.11 billion in retirement plans for municipal employees statewide. We’re also a fun, hardworking group of people dedicated to driving innovation and delivering excellent service. We offer an outstanding compensation and benefits package, a collaborative, fostering environment, and some rewarding work, as well.

Want to be a part of our plan? Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • IT Software Developer
    Reporting to the Application Services Manager, the Software Developer is involved with the architecture, design, development and support of state of art applications/systems to support MERS business processes.  Throughout the systems development life cycle, the accepted project methodology will be followed to assure all user requirements are fulfilled.  Systems analysis and programming will be performed in the Microsoft .NET environment using both C# and ASP.NET languages against Oracle and SQL Server databases. Support and administration of Oracle and SQL Server databases will be performed as a backup role to the Database Administrator only.
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  • Benefit Plan Advisor
    The role and responsibilities of the Benefit Plan Advisor are to assist governmental agencies in completing needs assessments, enroll new municipalities, divisions, and participants, act as liaison between governing body, MERS and third party vendors as well as educating governmental officials and employees on all MERS offerings.
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  • Business Systems Analyst I
    The Business Systems Analyst I will make decisions involving the research of current system operations, system changes, prepare for specifications, configuration of software, program code evaluation and testing. This position requires developing positive business relationships with MERS business units, understanding business processes, identifying project opportunities and working as liaison between IT and other MERS departments and contractors.
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  • General Counsel
    The General Counsel is the Retirement Board’s legal advisor and manages the legal department which represents MERS in all proceedings. The General Counsel is responsible for MERS Legal Department and managing the legal affairs of the Retirement System including use of outside counsel. The General Counsel provides legal counsel to the Chief Executive Officer and oversees legal support services to MERS staff . The General Counsel is responsible for ensuring that MERS plan provisions are legally compliant and providing legal advice to ensure benefits are consistently administered. The Legal department drafts all plan amendments and directly assists with the development and implementation of legislative initiatives.
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