CalSTRS uses the Alternative Solicitation method to support investment operations and assist in the implementation of its investment strategy. External investment managers are a typical solicited service.
The purpose of this RFO is to select one (1) experienced Senior Lead Natural Software Developer to lead a team of Natural software developers, in partnership with the technical lead, as they perform various system analysis and programming activities to prepare data in CalSTRS legacy pension administration system for conversion into the new system. This Senior Lead Developer may also be assigned to participate in programs/projects and architecture teams.
CalSTRS is seeking up to three (3) experienced Senior Natural Software Developers to perform various system analysis and programming activities to help balance the on-going operational and legislation implementation workload of the current mainframe system while we concurrently undergo a large Pension Solution replacement project which includes cleansing and conversion of data to our future pension system.
The Developers may also be assigned to work on Data Preparation, Conversion, and Interfacing tasks for the Pension Solution Project.
Prospective Proposers are invited to review and respond to the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) Request for Proposal 5000001350 entitled, Private Equity Program Advisors. CalSTRS is seeking proposals from qualified investment firms to act as a Private Equity Program Advisor to provide expert advice regarding fund investments.
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