The Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (PRIM) seeks a Senior Investment Operations Analyst. Reporting to the Director of Investment Operations, the Senior Investment Operations Analyst will be responsible for various portfolio accounting, data validation, cash processing and reconciliation needs for the firm supporting the private investment programs, with more focus on the Real Estate and Timberland portfolio. The position requires the Senior Investment Operations Analyst to be a strong leader, innovative, hard-working and the ability to problem solve.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Oversee the operational functions associated with the Real Estate and Timberland portfolio
Review and preparation of annual audits
Interaction and communication with PRIM’s Master Custodian
Assist with special projects
Work closely with Director of Investment Operations as well as investment staff on day-to-day inquiries, fund matters and strategic initiatives
Minimum of 7 years of industry experience
BS in Finance or Accounting
Project management experience, including the ability to lead both the initial thought process and execution
Demonstrated ability to establish positive working relationships with all levels of an organization
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Ability to prioritize multiple projects to meet reporting deadlines
Real Estate/ Timberland and or Real Asset Investment Accounting exposure a plus
Strong organizational and analytical skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
It is the policy of Pension Reserves Management Board to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, age, military status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression or gender unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification.
About Pension Reserves Investment Management Board
The Pension Reserves Investment Management ("PRIM") Board is charged with the general supervision of the Pension Reserves Investment Trust (“PRIT”) Fund, created by legislation (Chapter 661 of the Acts of 1983) to accumulate assets through investment earnings and other revenue sources in order to assist the Commonwealth in reducing its unfunded pension liability, and likewise to assist local participating retirement systems in meeting their pension obligations.