The Operations Analyst, Private Investments plays an important role in planning and executing projects and processes which further the goals, responsibilities, and successful outcomes for the Office of the Chief Investment Officer (OCIO), specifically for Private Investments. By using professional accounting concepts as a seasoned, experienced professional, this position supports areas of the OCIO. Developing a thorough understanding of our governing body, stakeholders, portfolios, and data structure is critical for success. Qualitative and quantitative analysis, market experience, and judgment are essential. This member of the team supports the Office by generating reports; designing and/or executing research projects; analyzing and measuring risk; providing ideas and recommendations. Also monitors and reports on market, performance, and risk trends across all Private Investments.
The Office of the Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) is responsible for managing the University of California’s retirement, endowment, working capital, and cash assets under the policies, guidelines, and performance benchmarks established by the Regents. The mission of the Office is to implement those policies and guidelines by selecting, executing, and monitoring investment strategies designed to add value over the benchmarks within a risk-controlled framework.
The Office adheres to high ethical as well as professional standards in serving the investment management needs of its constituency. The Chief Investment Officer has full investment discretion while the Regents retain responsibility for Asset Allocation and Investment Guidelines.