Evaluates and analyzes the performance of investment managers and asset class composites for the Endowment and other university programs.
Collects, calculates and analyzes statistical information on investments managers.
Assists the Chief Investment Officer on asset allocation, rebalancing and liquidity analysis.
Provides investment research to the senior staff in support of investment action taken by the Investment Office.
Performs preliminary and advanced work for the selection of potential investment managers.
Participates in reviewing, interviewing and hiring investment managers.
Works with Risk Officer to analyze risk metrics for various investment strategies and collectively for the Endowment.
Maintains performance databases. Recommends database enhancements to assist in reporting and analysis.
Maintains market value and cash flow database associated with investments.
Communicate to senior staff key developments in private market partnership holdings.
Preferred Education- Master's degree
Preferred field of expertise- CFA or CFA candidate. Master's degree in business administration or related field.
Minimum Education- Bachelor's degreeMinimum Experience - 3 yearsMinimum Field of expertise- Finance, brokerage, investment management and/or accounting experience. Good understanding of the capital markets and investment concepts. Knowledge of financial and investment systems. Ability to work independently on projects in a fast paced environment. Demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving stills. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel and proficiency in Microsoft Work, Outlook and Access. Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills. Requires a self-motivated team player who is customer service oriented.Minimum Experience-AnalysisAssessment/evaluationCommunicationâwritten and oral skillsInterpretation of policies/analyses/trends/etc.Knowledge of applicable laws/policies/principles/etc.OrganizationPlanningProblem identification and resolutionResearchStatistical analysis
Internal Number: REQ20082563
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