North Dakota Retirement and Investment Office, Bismarck, is searching for a deputy chief investment officer, according to a job posting on the investment office’s website.
The position is new, John Geissinger, the investment office’s CIO, said in a telephone interview. The state investment office coordinates the activities of the $5.5 billion North Dakota State Investment Board.
The successful candidate will provide support to the CIO, assist in the selection and monitoring of investment managers and perform analysis of existing and prospective investments, among other duties.
The job posting is available at www.nd.gov/hrms/jobs/190xxxx.html.
Separately, Mr. Geissinger said the board’s general consultant, Callan Associates, is conducting an asset-liability study that is expected to be completed and approved by the full board by the end of the summer. Mr. Geissinger said he “does not anticipate significant asset moves” as a result of the study.