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Type of Role: InvestmentsOperations

Experience Level: Analyst/Associate

Location: Arlington, Virginia

Salary: $88K - $88K

Cambridge Associates has $389 billion in assets under advisement, of which roughly $30 billion is managed for client on a discretionary basis. Cambridge Associates is a privately held investment firm based in the United States. It provides investment portfolio management and advisory services to institutional investors, including foundations and endowments, pensions, private clients, and corporate and government entities. Details below.


Investment Performance Associates in the Client Reporting Group are responsible for all aspects of performance report production; including coordination with multiple internal teams and external clients, data input, reconciliation, client report administration, exhibit generation, and quality control. The position is operations focused and includes back/middle-office responsibilities to support Cambridge Associates’ multiple services.

  • Assume ownership and accountability for the end-to-end process of delivering monthly and quarterly performance reports to investment teams across multiple client assignments and asset classes.  This process includes utilizing both proprietary and external industry applications and developing a skillset to ensure quality over reporting components such as client portfolio structure, transactions, market values, performance, and benchmarks
  • Fulfill time-sensitive data requests regarding performance methodology and data investigation and analysis
  • Maintain relationships with internal stakeholders, providing professional customer service and demonstrating strong communication skills


  • 2-week onboarding training program, as well as structured mentorship.  Continuing education opportunities, including employee guided learning opportunities and support for the CFA, CAIA, CIPM, and other professional designations
  • Team-based work structure, which supports an environment where immediate contributions can be made and ongoing learning is encouraged and fostered through interactions with colleagues across multiple groups, office locations, and experience levels
  • Exposure to robust data platforms expanding across public and private asset classes and ability to learn about institutional client investment portfolios
  • Opportunity to join peer-led auxiliary teams to strengthen project management and leadership experience
  • Opportunity to join our community service activities and other events to promote team collaboration and corporate citizenship


  • Bachelor’s degree (any major); minimum GPA of 3.0 preferred
  • The ability to operate in a highly productive, customer service-oriented, and team environment
  • A keen eye for detail, strong organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple deadlines
  • Effective written and oral communication skills
  • An interest in finance and desire to learn more about the operational side of investments industry
  • Eligibility to work in the U.S. without sponsorship or restriction now and in the future

This role is located in our Boston, Massachusetts office and anticipating an April 1st start date. 

Please submit a resume for consideration