South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, is searching for a senior investment officer-asset allocation and risk management.
The investment commission invests $29.8 billion in state retirement funds on behalf of the separate administrative agency South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority.
The open position was posted Wednesday on the National Association of State Retirement Administrators’ website.
The position is a new one for RSIC, created to “guide investment risk and asset allocation decisions,” said Danny Varat, the commission’s spokesman, in an e-mail.
The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include research, measurement, evaluation and monitoring the portfolio’s various risk factors in order to assist the investment staff with portfolio construction, routine rebalancing and money manager due diligence, monitoring and risk assessment, according to the NASRA job listing.
Applications should be submitted on the South Carolina Division of State Human Resources’ website.
Mr. Varat said the commission strives to fill vacancies within 75 days after a job is posted.