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Braintree Contributory Retirement Office

TOWN OF BRAINTREE CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT

 

Part Time Clerical Position

 

Braintree Retirement Board seeks a detail oriented person to fill a part time Non Benefit position for 19 hours per week. The candidate must be a high school graduate, demonstrate proficiency in basic grammar, and math skills.  The candidate must be willing to be flexible and occasionally alter hours, or work additional hours as needed. This position requires phone skills, interpersonal and effective communication skills to assist members of the retirement system.  The primary function of this position is to support and supplement the functions of the full time staff.  Strong office skills, familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Word desired.

 

Salary:  $20.00 per hour to start;  CORI, and pre-employment physical mandatory.

 

Click here for a complete job description.  Braintree is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

 

Résumés and cover letters must be submitted to Braintree Retirement Board by Fri. 7/17/15 to:  Retirement Board Director, 74 Pond Street, 2nd Floor, Braintree, MA 02184.

 

Elected Board Members
Gerald J. Kenny (retired) former Fire Chief, Term Expires June 2017
Phyllis A. DiPalma (retired) Retirement Director, Term Expires June 2017
Appointed Board Members
Peter J. Morin, Town Administrator, Norwell
Edward J. Spellman, Jr. (active) Director, Municipal Finance

Fifth Independent Member

Eric A. Cocca, Term Expires March 2018

Office Staff
Jeanne Martineau, Director 781-794-8211; jmartineau@braintreema.gov
Deb Stephen, Administrative Asst. 781-794-8210; dstephen@braintreema.gov

Braintree Contributory Retirement Office

74 Pond Street, 2nd Floor

Braintree, MA 02184

Departmental Hours of Operation:
Monday 8:30-5:00
Tuesday 7:30-5:00
Wednesday 8:30- 6:00
Thursday 8:00 – 4:30
Friday 8:00 – 12:00

Department Description:
Established in 1936 the Braintree Contributory Retirement System (BCRS) currently has over 700 active members, and in excess of 500 retirees. The Board consists of two elected members, (nominees must be active or retired members), two appointed members by the Executive Authority, and the fifth member shall be an independent member appointed by the other four members.

While it is our aim to "EDUCATE" our membership, this word also serves as an acronym which defines our seven guiding principles: (1) Education, (2) Data integrity, (3) Unbiased decision making, (4) Conservative and careful investment approach, (5) Accountability, (6) Transparency, and (7) Efficient delivery of services.

Through the utilization of a well-trained staff, we administer a pension benefit plan that provides three core benefits: superannuation retirement, disability coverage (accidental and ordinary), and death benefits. Eligibility for these benefits depends on factors such as a member's age, earnings, creditable service, and group classification. The staff is also well versed in areas of membership portability, prior service, and health benefits.

 
 
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