Maryland State Treasurer

MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY   Annapolis, MD   Full-time     Other
Posted on November 10, 2021

The General Assembly of Maryland is charged
by the Maryland Constitution with appointing the
State Treasurer by joint ballot of the Senate and
House of Delegates. A committee, appointed
pursuant to Section 5-101(b) of the State
Government Article of the Maryland Annotated
Code, will review resumes of all applicants, hold
a public hearing, and make a recommendation
to the members of the General Assembly. The
State Treasurer is the guardian of State funds,
responsible for receiving, depositing, investing
and distributing State money. Among other
duties, the Treasurer oversees the issuance of
State debt, the investment of State funds, and the
administration of the State Insurance Program.
The State Treasurer also serves on a variety of
fiscal planning committees and a number of other
State boards, including the Board of Trustees
of the Maryland State Retirement and Pension
System and the Board of Public Works. Applicants
must submit their resumes no later than 5:00 p.m.
Friday, November 19, 2021. Applicants must also
present themselves at a public hearing to be held
at a date to be determined.

Resumes should be submitted to:
Marcia Alvarado, Committee Staff
Joint Committee to Select the State Treasurer
Department of Legislative Services
90 State Circle, Room 110
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
410-946-5200 Baltimore/Annapolis
301-970-5200 Washington D.C. Metro Area
1-800-492-7122 for other areas in Maryland