Bachelor of ArtsPreferred Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or FinanceRequired Experience:
5 years of relevant experience at an endowment-like institution, investment company, bank, or similar environmentPreferred Experience:
7-10 years of experience at a University Endowment or non‐profit institution.Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent problem-solving analytic abilities supported by sophisticated use of Excel. Strong critical and strategic thinking skills. Curiosity and keen attention to detail. Strong knowledge of investment operations and functions, including performance reporting. High degree of comfort with and interest in systems and applications relevant to investment operations, trading, reporting, and risk management. The ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and to meet deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication skills. The highest ethical standards. Professional, proactive, self-motivated, hard-working and enthusiastic. Able to develop the Office’s current practices into “best practices.” Able to build credibility with University colleagues, service providers, and other constituents. Flexible in order to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a demanding environment. Focused on having a meaningfully positive impact on and delivering results to the Investment Office.