The United Nations is searching for an assistant secretary-general of investments, a newly created top-level position overseeing the investment management of the $52 billion United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, New York.
The assistant secretary-general of investments will report directly to the U.N. secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and will be responsible for the pension fund's overall investment policy and have discretionary investment management authority.
The job listing, posted on the Permanent Missions to the United Nations website, has a deadline of May 30. Nominations for the position can also be sent to the U.N. secretariat at [email protected].
A phone call to the pension fund's CEO, Sergio Arvizu, was referred to Catherine Pollard, assistant secretary-general of the office of human resources management, who did not reply to requests for further information by press time.