CalPERS is a fun place to work. Management Team is reachable at all times when needed, lots of training to enhance your productivity and great and rea
Pros: great and helpful management team, great team player co-workers, great and reasonable cafeteria.
Cons: upper mobility is slow due to government regulation on promotional exam timetable.
I do work at California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS), Sacramento, CA. CalPERS administer health and retirement benefits on behalf of more than 3,000 public school, local agency and State employers. Our members number more than 1.6 million in our retirement system and more than 1.3 million in our health plans. My typical day at work varies on a daily basis due to the type of job I do. I do work from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday to Friday. Upon arriving at work, I log in on my desk top computer and check my office intranet (outlook) for all current and pending communications for the day and respond accordingly. Checking outlook and answering the phone are two constant things done daily at work in that it is used mostly to get and send information to managers and co-workers.
My Job Titles at work that make my daily work change frequently are:
Processor of advance or reimbursement from division management Team
As I said, my different job titles listed above basically changes my daily activities. My day at work constantly changes depending on what is needed most to be accomplished on a specific day. It is a little challenging but I love and do enjoy the challenges.
Someday, as the division budget analyst, I closely monitor division allotments and expenditures by line item, develop logical methodology in projecting division expenditures which requires an in-depth understanding of the division’s operation. Review expenditures and prepares quarterly expenditure projection and analysis. Someday, – more... I track and transfer budget allotment to other division; identifies budgetary savings and deficits displayed in the analysis of expenditures; develop and present to management recommendations on the resolution or use of these deficits or savings; suggests and initiates re-alignment of division budget as necessary; writes and assists in the preparation of Formal Budget Requests (FBRs), etc.
Someday, I work as a Personnel Liaison, by monitoring the division transaction requests and providing feedback to requestors and work with division management team in the processing of recruitments and personnel transactions through utilization of the Human Capital Management (HCM) system
At other day, I prepare new contracts and contract amendments in coordination with the program area requiring knowledge and understanding of the CalPERS contracting process as well as the business processes in BNSD. I monitor and keep track of contract usage to ensure there is enough funding and adherence to contract language at the same time reviewing invoices for accuracy and dispute them as necessary before submitting them to Fiscal Services Division (FCSD) for payment.
At another day, I serve as the first point of contact for any questions and assistance in the utilization of the Learning Management System (LMS), provide assistance to new division staff on the usage of LMS; elevate any LMS issues, as needed, to All Staff Training and Development, disseminates information on available training opportunities to the division, provide quarterly update to the annual plan to ensure that training goals are met.
Someday, upon receipt, I process requests for advance or reimbursement from division management team ensuring that policy and procedures are followed, keep track of employee recognition budget; reconciles tracking document with report produced by Fiscal and ensure all discrepancies are resolved and periodically communicate recognition budget expenditures to division management team. – less