Alaska Permanent Fund Corp., Juneau, is searching for a real estate portfolio manager, a new position, said a spokeswoman in an e-mail.
The person hired will conduct “research and analysis on existing and prospective investments, provide comprehensive rationale for portfolio recommendations, conduct manager and portfolio due diligence and represent APFC in day-to-day portfolio matters,” said a job posting on the $51 billion sovereign wealth fund’s website.
The successful candidate will report to Rosemarie Duran, director of real estate investments.
APFC has a 12% total target allocation to domestic and international real estate, which includes a combination of direct and non-direct real estate investments, primarily real estate investment trusts.
The job posting is available on the fund’s website.
The deadline for applications is 8 a.m. Alaska time on Oct. 5. There is no targeted hiring date.
As previously reported, the fund is also seeking a special opportunities portfolio manager and an executive director/CEO.