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Type of Role: InvestmentsOperations

Experience Level: Intern - Undergraduate

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Salary: $55K - $65K

Prime Buchholz LLC was established in 1988 and has grown to become a leading, completely independent investment consulting and OCIO firm advising more than 250 institutional and private clients. Headquartered in Portsmouth, NH—with offices in Boston and Atlanta—Prime Buchholz was one of the first investment consulting firms to develop in-depth expertise in alternative investments such as hedge funds, private equity, and real assets.

Description

WHILE YOU’RE PART OF OUR TEAM

This internship is designed to provide an opportunity to gain work experience through the participation in high-visibility, value-add projects within the Information Systems department. The program is designed to expose interns to the lifecycle of project work, including discovery, proof of concept, data preparation, and implementation.

Experience and Skills You Will Gain At Prime Buchholz

The candidate will rotate through the three business units within Information Systems over the course of the internship. Each rotation will consist of exposure to the team’s day-to-day operations and assigned project work.

Document Management Team

  • Participating in the review of document retrieval and retention methods in an effort to source more automated solutions

Data Analyst Team

  • Updating and reporting on key service provider changes related to recommended managers
  • Utilizing FactSet, Morningstar, and eVestment to identify process improvements for data retrieval and input into our primary research system
  • Participating in the review and analysis of data analyst-related external reporting for efficiencies and consolidation

Business Analyst Team

  • Participating in all facets of project work related to the QuickBase platform in order to assist in the enhancement of companywide internal processes and procedures
  • Utilizing Tableau to create and distribute management reports from our internal reporting pipeline
  • Leading project initiatives as assigned and presenting findings to the relevant stakeholders.

GETTING OFF TO A STRONG START
The ideal candidate for the Prime Buchholz Business Analyst Summer Intern role will bring a foundation of skills and knowledge that include the following:

  • Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university entering junior or senior year in the fall; investment, finance, computer science, information systems, and other business majors preferred
  • Intermediate to advanced experience with Microsoft Office products; proficient in Excel
  • General investment knowledge and interest
  • Must demonstrate commitment, dependability, and respect for other employees with regular attendance, punctuality, and adherence to agreed-upon schedule of availability
  • Excellent attention to detail, with strong communication and organizational skills
  • Must be a team player with effective time management skills and the ability to multi-task
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0

PROGRAM FACTS

  • You will work in a professional, fast-paced office environment.
  • Please be prepared to work in a stationary, cubicle-based environment. This work may occasionally be intermixed with other related tasks.
  • Please expect to work a standard 40-hour week with a minimum of 24 hours in the office (flexible days/times M-F, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.). There may be certain required hours for training and team meetings.
  • The internship runs from June 3rd to August 9th, 2024.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU

You can’t beat the chance to roll up your sleeves and get to work directly alongside the experts when it comes to professional development. Here, you’ll get to do that, but you’ll also enjoy the following perks—which we think are pretty great:

  • Meaningful work and mission – You already know we help bring our client’s dreams to fruition; what sets us apart is that we do it with a rare independence that allows us to put clients first—always. We’re pretty proud of the clients we serve, too, many of whom are educational, nonprofit, medical, and community organizations working to better the world around them.
  • Direct access to firm principals – Our size allows for firm-wide collaboration and regular exposure to our leaders.
  • Respect for (and flexibility that allows for) work/life balance – And—while you’re at the office—a genial, collaborative office culture.
  • Opportunities for growth, both personal and professional – We encourage professional development and internal advancement. We also actively support our employees’ community volunteerism and mental and physical health activities.
  • Location – We’re right in the heart of Portsmouth’s historic, bustling, small city, home to nationally known arts and entertainment venues, restaurants, outdoor activities, and more.
  • Fun! – There’s no taking away from how seriously we take our mission, but we also enjoy a relaxed atmosphere. We even have a Fun Committee. Think catered lunches, firm outings and activities, and more.