Orazio Manzi-Fe Pater, an early pioneer of computerized treasury management systems, developed GTreasury in Buffalo Grove, Illinois in 1986. Today, it is the industry's longest-standing provider of cash, payments, and treasury management technologies and remains a driving force. Following years of organic growth, Mainsail Partners invested $42 million in the firm in 2017 to support its double-digit growth, expand its C-Suite, and build an office in London. GTreasury's purpose is to assist treasurers in making effective business decisions by using connections and insights from their digital treasury platform. They are offering career opportunities such as Account Manager, Infrastructure Administrator, Client Support Analyst, and Software Developer.
Oregon State Treasury is recruiting for the position of Investment Officer 1 for Fixed Income. This position is part of the Investment Division, reporting to the Senior Investment Officer, and is located in our Tigard office. The purpose of this position is to support the Investment Officers and Senior Investment Officer by participating in the portfolio management and administration of fixed income portfolio strategies as well as account relationship management for both internally and externally managed funds. The salary range for this position is $113,556 $168,924 annually. For the position of Investment Officer 1, there is the potential to earn up to an additional 30% of base in compensation.Oregon State Treasury (OST) is led by Tobias Read, State Treasurer, a constitutional officer and statewide elected official. OST is an organization with a wide range of financial responsibilities, including managing the state’s pension fund, issuing all state debt, and serving as the central bank for state agencies. OST manages the daily investment of approximately $100 billion in assets, held in a diversified investment portfolio of domestic and international equities, fixed income securities, alternative and opportunistic investments, real estate and cash. OST also manages a banking program that processes over $250 billion in transactions annually, a debt management program responsible for issuing and monitoring approximately $10 billion in state debt, a multi-faceted 529 savings plan, and an IRA based retirement savings program for the public. The 150+ member OST staff takes great pride in their statewide and national reputation for progressive approaches to service delivery.The Investment Division, currently comprised of 50+ individuals, is responsible for managing the investment of the Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund (OPERF), the State Accident Insurance Fund, the Oregon Short-Term Fund, the Common School Fund and numerous other state and state agency accounts. The Division also manages the investment program for the state’s deferred compensation plan, advises the Oregon 529 College Savings Board on its investment activities, and serves as staff to the Oregon Investment Council (OIC). The Division oversees the actual investments, which are made by a select group of outside investment managers, as well as provides internal portfolio management capabilities for select asset class mandates such as public fixed income and public equities.Our Values and PrinciplesINTEGRITY INNOVATION DIVERSITY TRUST PROFESSIONALISM ACCESSIBILITY We are committed to building and fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. We believe that everyone comes to the table with a distinct point of view – one that is shaped by backgrounds, experiences, cultures, thoughts, and ideas. We embrace diversity and inclusion and believe it creates a culture of respect, innovation, and creativity that empowers our success and makes Oregon State Treasury an excellent place to work. Support the Investment Officers (IOs) and Senior Investment Officer (SIO) by participating in the management and administration of fixed income portfolio strategies;Under guidance from the IOs and SIO, ensure assigned and/or supported fixed income portfolios are invested according to specified objectives, asset allocations, policies and guidelines;Assist in externally managed fixed income portfolio oversight; andConduct credit analysis research for current and potential structured/corporate credits.Benefits of Joining OSTEmployee premium share at 5% or 1%, for medical, dental, vision, and basic employee life;Paid leaves, such as vacation, personal business, holidays, sick leave, and special holiday leave;Participation in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP), after 6 months of service. OPSRP has two components, the pension plan, funded by OST, and the individual account program (IAP), which after serving the waiting period, you will receive a salary increase of 6.95%, and will begin to pay the 6% employee contribution to the IAP;Support with training and development so employees have the tools they need to reach their fullest potential;Employees may be eligible to receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF);Optional benefits include optional life, short & long term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, Oregon Savings Growth Plan (deferred compensation plan), flexible spending accounts, long term care insurance, employee assistance program, weight watchers, and more!Minimum You must have the following to qualify for this position:A bachelor’s degree in business or finance, or any degree demonstrating the capacity for investment management knowledge and skill.Five years of investment management experience including two years of asset/portfolio management experience. MBA or similar graduate-level degree, Chartered Financial Analyst, or Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst designation may substitute for two of the five years' experience requirement.Desired AttributesInstitutional investment management experience (such as from an asset manager, corporation or public pension plan);Fixed income investment experience;Experience overseeing external fixed income investment managers;Corporate credit analysis and/or risk management experience;Master’s degree in business administration or similar graduate-level degree;Chartered Financial Analyst designation; andExperience with Blackrock’s Aladdin, Bloomberg, and MarketAxess.How to ApplyIn order to apply for this position, you are required to complete the following: fill out the application, upload your resume, and upload a cover letter (no more than one page in length) that succinctly describes:How you obtained your institutional investment management experience.How you obtained your fixed income investment experience and knowledge of fixed income investment strategies and markets;Your experience, if any, selecting, monitoring, and managing external investment manager relationships; andYour ability and experience with communicating complex elements of fixed income (include how you articulate key issues to multiple constituencies).Please do not upload anything other than the required cover letter and resume (e.g. no transcripts, reference letters, projects, published papers, etc.)Special Information Prospective employees are subject to an extensive background check that may include, but not be limited to, validation of all application materials, prior employment and personal references, credit history, driving records and fingerprint-based state and federal criminal and civil records. Adverse background data may be grounds for immediate disqualification.OST does not offer visa sponsorships, and within three days of hire, the successful candidate will be required to complete the U.S. Department of Homeland Security form I-9, confirming authorization to work in the United States.Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given veterans' preference. To receive preference you MUST attach appropriate documentation as outlined by the Department of Administrative Services at the following website: Veterans Resources. You may also call the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs at 1-800-692-9666OST is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to a diverse workforce.