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The City of San José has a defined benefit pension plan for all full-time employees and some part-time employees who previously were employed in a full-time capacity. One plan is for Police Officers and Fire Fighters called the Police and Fire Department Retirement Plan (Police and Fire).Where are the San Jose City Retirement Board meetings held?
The meetings are held at San Jose City Hall located at: 200 East Santa Clara Street, Wing Rooms 118-120, San Jose, CA 95113. For more information about Board meetings or to view meeting materials, please visit the Office of Retirement Service's website at: https://www.sjretirement.com/What is the Federated City Employees' Retirement System?
The Federated City Employees’ Retirement System ("System") is a defined benefit retirement plan serving the employees and retirees of the City of San José. Operating under the San José Municipal Code Section 2.08.1000, the System is managed and administered by its Board of Administration ("Board"). The Board’s specific duties include:How do I become a San José public board member?
Each Public Board Member must live within a 50-mile radius of San José City Hall. Public Board Members must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in finance, actuarial science, law, economics, business or other relevant field of study.