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Saturday, July 04, 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 $9.31 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:

  • Internal Auditor

    The internal auditor is a partner with the CEO, Officer Team and Board of Directors ensuring that the organization operates in accordance with the Plan Document, pertinent laws, best practices, and high standards of ethics and integrity. The Internal Auditor will lead the MERS effort to develop and execute an internal audit program for the organization. This includes developing annual plans and long-term strategic plans for the auditing process in consultation with the CEO, Officer Team and other MERS leaders. The primary function of the internal auditor is to evaluate processes that are in place to identify any deficiencies in internal controls and to assist MERS staff in strengthening those controls.
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  • Senior Business Systems Analyst
    The Senior Business Systems Analyst 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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  • Service Representative

    Under the supervision of the Service Center Director, the Service Representative is responsible for the delivery of information through the Service Center to MERS employers, participants, and other stakeholders (over 100,000 participants, 850 employers). The primary function of this role is to ensure the service delivered is of the highest quality and is in alignment with our organizational vision, goals, and strategic plan. Recognizing the importance of Service Excellence, the Service Center Representative strives to build stellar customer satisfaction daily.
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