The CareGroup Investment Office oversees the long term investment assets for the CareGroup consortium of hospitals which comprises Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BID), Mt. Auburn Hospital, New England Baptist Hospital and BID regional hospitals in Milton, Plymouth and Needham. The Investment Office also directs investments on behalf of Combined Jewish Philanthropies and participating philanthropic foundations.
The CareGroup Investment Office is seeking to add an investment analyst to our team of 5 investment professionals (CIO, 3 VP’s, 1 Investment Analyst). The Office pursues a team based approached to investment decision making. Therefore, the responsibilities for an incoming analyst will vary, but will focus on manager due diligence, assessment of various investment opportunities and risks, ongoing evaluation of current managers and the portfolio, and continual efforts to improve our investment decision making process.
If the following describes you, we would welcome a meeting:
• Sincere love for investing – we care foremost that you find successful investing interesting, motivating and a lifelong pursuit.
• Prioritize team success – we currently are a team of 5 investment professionals, and therefore it is critical that we are much greater than the sum of us individually.
• Motivated by a higher purpose – we oversee the assets for leading healthcare and philanthropic institutions whose impact can expand with our success.
• Effective, thoughtful communicator – we are long term investors, and making such commitments requires skilled communication with our managers, our Board and most importantly, with each other.
• Analytical – investing is inherently uncertain, and is made more so given our portfolio has exposure to a variety of geographies, securities and fund structures. Meeting these challenges requires focused analytical capabilities in addition to sound judgment.
If you are interested in speaking with us, please submit your resume to the following email address: CGIORecruiting@caregroup.org. Please also include with your resume your response to the following questions:
• At the end of 2007, Ted Seides bet Warren Buffett that a group of hedge funds selected by Seides would outperform an S&P 500 Index Fund over the next 10 years . Seides famously lost that bet. If the same bet were made for the next 10 years, which side would you select, and why? (In less than 300 words)
• Describe an important insight that you gained from something that you read, and how you incorporated this insight into your professional life. (In less than 300 words