The school employees retirement board shall secure the service of such technical and administrative employees as are necessary for the transaction of the business of the school employees retirement system. Effective ninety days after the effective date of this amendment, the board may not employ a state retirement system investment officer, as defined in section 1707.01 of the Revised Code, who does not hold a valid state retirement system investment officer license issued by the division of securities in the department of commerce. The compensation of all persons engaged by the board and all other expenses of the board necessary for the proper operation of the system shall be paid at such rates and in such amounts as the board approves. Every expense voucher of an employee, officer, or board member of the school employees retirement system shall itemize all purchases and expenditures. The board shall receive and act upon all applications for retirement under Chapter 3309. of the Revised Code, and shall provide for the payment of all retirement allowances and other benefits and shall make other expenditures required or authorized by this chapter.
Effective Date: 08-20-1976; 09-15-2004