Duties include but are not limited to: •Lead a wide range of portfolio analytics projects to drive investment insight in support of CalPERS investment and risk management processes. Support the work of the Investment Committee, Investment Office (INVO) Investment Strategy Group (ISG), and INVO Program Areas. Work closely with CalPERS’ risk functions and Program Area staff. •Coach and mentor staff in the research and analysis of investment performance and risk management functions. •Research, develop and implement methodologies and tools to enhance reporting and understanding of investment performance. Develop both in-house solutions as well leverage vendor solutions; manage vendor selection processes as needed. Stay current on industry-wide trends and apply best practices in performance measurement and analysis. •Coach and mentor staff in the research and development of methodologies and tools. •Oversee the measurement and reporting of investment performance reporting for INVO and the Board. Ensure deliverables produced are accurate and delivered on-time. •Design, implement and manage processes, controls and services needed to accurately monitor, measure, and report investment performance in compliance with Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS). Optimize operational processes and systems, oversee and coordinate external service providers. Reduce operational risks through improved internal controls. Increase operational efficiency and capacity.
Must submit state application online: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=67407
Equivalent to graduation from college with major work in business administration, economics, finance, or a closely related field.
Candidates new to CalPERS are required to submit to a criminal history review process utilizing Live Scan fingerprinting.
Must be able to qualify for a Surety Bond.
Additional Salary Information: Annual Performance Award
About California Public Employees' Retirement System
CalPERS is dedicated to providing world-class customer service to more than 1.6 million members and more than 3,000 public agency employers.
Headquartered in Sacramento, CalPERS provides retirement and health benefit services to more than 1.6 million people and 3,064 school and public employers.
The System also operates eight Regional Offices located in Fresno, Glendale, Orange, Sacrament...o, San Diego, San Bernardino, San Jose, and Walnut Creek.
Led by a 13-member Board of Administration, consisting of member-elected, appointed, and ex officio members, CalPERS membership consists of 1,102,440 active and inactive members and 551,627 retirees, beneficiaries, and survivors from State, school, and public agencies.
Established by legislation in 1931, the System became operational in 1932 for the purpose of providing a secure retirement to State employees. In 1939, new legislation allowed public agency and classified school employees to join the System for retirement benefits. CalPERS began administering health benefits for State employees in 1962, and five years later, public agencies joined the Health Program on a contract basis.
A defined benefit retirement plan, CalPERS provides benefits based on a member’s years of service, age, and highest compensation. In addition, benefits are provided for disability and death. Today CalPERS offers additional programs, including long-term care insurance, a deferred compensation retirement savings plan, and member education services.