About The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the largest private charitable foundations in the United States, is dedicated to meeting the basic needs of people experiencing poverty. The Foundation provides approximately $130 million each year in total grant activity supporting nonprofits that provide direct services in the areas of Housing, Health, Jobs, Education, and Community Services. Grants support organizations that serve a range of populations, including older adults, women at risk and their children, people with disabilities, and veterans, as well as the Jewish community.
The Foundation administers the majority of its funding in its priority communities: Baltimore, Chicago, Hawaiʻi, Israel, New York City, Northeastern Pennsylvania, San Francisco, and Rural Communities (primarily rural areas within proximity to other priority communities). Foundation funding extends to the greater metropolitan areas of the specific cities listed. All of these locations represent personal ties to the life and legacy of Harry Weinberg, as well as communities where Weinberg Foundation trustees reside and provide leadership. Since 1990, the Foundation has distributed grants totaling more than $2.5 billion.
The Investment Operations Manager position is a unique opportunity to work directly with senior management in a small, flat investment organization. The Foundation’s portfolio is invested globally across a broad range of asset classes and strategies. Reporting to the Chief Investment Officer, the Investment Operations Manager is responsible for a full range of compliance, monitoring, analysis, and reporting functions for a complex, multi-asset class endowment portfolio. This role has a versatile set of responsibilities that combine investment performance and compliance analysis, operational data management, and systems development tasks that formalize and strengthen investment operations. Given a special focus to the alternative asset class investments (private equity, hedge funds, private real estate, etc.).
The candidate must be collaborative, creative, intellectually curious, and passionate about investing.
Skills and Qualifications
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and qualifications:
The ideal candidate will also demonstrate a strong appreciation for the endowment model of investing, the active management process, and alternative investment strategies.
The Weinberg Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. It embraces workforce diversity and is firmly committed to complying with all federal, state, and local equal opportunity laws. The Foundation encourages all qualified applicants to apply.
Interested candidates should submit a confidential resume and cover letter, along with salary range requirements, to email@example.com, no later than close of business on November 5, 2021. If the Foundation is interested in speaking with you, expect to be contacted within 30 days of submission. Please refrain from phone follow-ups. Thank you.