Position Summary

Reporting to the Director of Data Management, the Senior Analyst plays an important role in planning, developing, and executing new investment data related initiatives, as well as providing data support for the various investment teams and downstream applications within UC Investments. The Senior Analyst is primarily responsible maintaining the Investment Book of Record by ensuring accuracy and granularity investment exposures and transactions data for all assets under management. This individual will analyze and resolve any data issues, while ensuring that internal and external partners are communicated on status data. They will work closely with the investment, operations, compliance, and risk teams to develop new reports and analytics to support the investment decision making process at all levels.


Department Overview

The Office of the Chief Investment Officer (“UC Investments”) 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.