The United Nations is searching for an investment management director and a European equities investment officer for the $52 billion United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, New York.
The investment management director will be responsible for allocating the pension fund’s assets; recommending the fund’s investment policy and strategy to the secretary-general’s office and the investments committee; and evaluating the advice and recommendations of the fund’s investment advisers.
The European equities investment officer will be responsible for assisting the senior investment officer in managing assets held in European equities; helping balance long-term strategies by constructing and monitoring the portfolio through research while complying with risk control parameters; and assist in the appraisal of external managers’ performance.
The job listings are on the U.N.’s website. The deadline to apply for the European equities investment officer position is March 23; the deadline for the investment management director is March 31.
Further information could not be learned by press time. Catherine Pollard, assistant secretary-general for general assembly and conference management, could not be reached.