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The Foundation is interested in recruiting a Director of Investments who can round out the team and help position the Foundation for the future. Under the supervision of the Chief Investment Officer, the Director of Investments is a critical contributor to the implementation of a $2.1 billion private foundation portfolio as part of a small team with a collaborative decision making process. This position requires a candidate to be interested in working across investment strategies while potentially serving as the point person in the oversight of marketable alternative investments. This includes analyzing, monitoring, sourcing, diligencing, selecting and recommending investments with both existing and new investment opportunities. The Director of Investments is also responsible for maintaining an ongoing and meaningful dialogue with a subset of existing investment managers; assisting in the day-to-day monitoring of the Foundation's overall investment portfolio; assessing new and ongoing investment strategies by researching and keeping abreast of current economic trends; assisting in the preparation of investment presentation materials for the Foundation’s Investment Committee; and sharing insights, information, and opinions with the small team responsible for managing the Foundation’s endowment.
Under the supervision of the Chief Investment Officer and working closely with the Directors of Investments, the Investment Analyst supports the implementation of a $2.1 billion private foundation in a small team-driven decision process. This position requires an intellectually curious individual that is interested in working across all investment strategies. The Investment Analyst is responsible for leading the weekly investment team meeting and setting the agenda including key macroeconomic issues, asset allocation rebalancing, and portfolio monitoring discussion items. This role also assists with portfolio analysis, investment monitoring, review and analysis of the Foundation’s external investment managers and new investment opportunities, as well as performs related activities like daily performance and trade analysis. In addition, the Investment Analyst will maintain several databases used to support portfolio management efforts; keep abreast of current economic trends; assist in the preparation of investment presentation materials for review by the Board; and conduct special industry studies. The Analyst has significant independence to meet with investment managers individually.
This is a two – three year position mentored by the CIO and Investment Directors and is expected to collaborate with the investment team on ways to expand their own career development. There is also an opportunity to be involved with grantmaking Initiatives on the programmatic side of the organization.
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