TESRS is Hiring a Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
TESRS is seeking an experienced CPA to serve as Chief
Financial Officer for the $110 million defined benefit pension system for
volunteer firefighters and other volunteer emergency services personnel.
The ideal candidate will be a
certified public accountant with at least ten years of experience who is seeking
to expand their career without sacrificing a home-life balance.
For more information click here.
- Edward J Keenan, (Pasadena) - Firefighter Member
- Rodney Alan Ryalls, (Burkburnett) - Firefighter Member
- Stephanie Lynn Wagner, (Wimberley) - Finance Member
On-site Visits Available!
If your department is interested in participating in TESRS, or if your department currently participates in the pension system, our representatives are available to come give a presentation on the benefits of membership to your volunteer firefighters and first responders.
If your department currently participates in our program, we can also schedule an on-site visit to provide technical assistance and advise Local Boards on organizational and reporting requirements, member enrollment, and benefit claims.
We can also present to a department’s governing entity such as a city, county, or emergency services district that would be responsible for making contributions to fund members’ benefits.
State Board Reduces Part Two Contribution Rate to Zero
Due to the improved actuarial funding status of the pension fund, the State Board voted on January 23, 2019 to reduce the Part Two contribution rate to zero percent effective September 1, 2018 and to issue credits for Part Two contributions invoiced during Fiscal Year 2018 (9/1/2017 – 8/31/2018).
Please let your accounts payable representative know that
TESRS will issue a credit memo indicating the amount of credit that will be
applied to the February 2019 invoice for contribution charges.