The Pension Office Board has opened applications to fill the vacant post that represents the private sector.
According to the Maldives' Pension Act, a board of eight members is required to operate the Maldives Pension Administration Office.
The board consists of its chairperson, a high-ranking employee from the Security Market Regulator, a high-ranking employee from the Ministry of Finance, a high-ranking employee from a ministry pertaining to social security, and four members from the private sector or someone employed by the state.
Members representing the private sector are appointed to the Pension Office Board by its president. The selection committee, which is set up to select board members representing the private sector, will shortlist three names for the post.
Interested candidates have been asked to send in their applications before the deadline closes on 16 February.