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Liability-Driven Investment Analyst


Location of Position:                  Boston, MA

Start Date:                                 July 15, 2024 

Program Length:               Four-year program; option to apply internally for any open positions as program completion approaches 

Required for Application:    Resume, Cover Letter and Unofficial Transcript

Office Requirement:         Investment Analysts are required to be in their assigned office 12-16 days per month

Base Pay/Salary:                $80,000 / year 

Additionally, offer includes sign-on bonus and you will be eligible to participate in firm’s Annual Performance Bonus program.

Investment analyst PROGRAM

Investment Analysts (IAs) collaborate with Investment Directors to provide investment and capital markets research, analysis, and advice to our clients. In this role, IAs will gain broad exposure to asset classes and investment strategies, while being exposed to clients and deepening their investment knowledge. This position is dedicated to the Pension practice within Global Investment Services.  The role has a specialized quantitative focus on pension models and delivering pension-specific investment expertise to client teams. 



  • Work alongside pension fixed income and quantitative specialist Investment Directors, providing practice-wide and firm-wide support to investment teams
  • Maintain and develop quantitative pension models, such as, asset allocation, risk, forecasting and attribution
  • Direct responsibility for 2 to 6 clients, including portfolio oversight, materials preparation and client communication


We Offer:

  • 2-week onboarding training program and interactive training and professional development throughout the IA Program
  • Structured mentorship, and employee guided learning opportunities as well as support for the CFA, CAIA, actuarial, 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 experienced industry professionals
  • Ability to attend meetings with clients and top-tier investment managers; broad exposure to asset classes 
  • Opportunity to join peer-led auxiliary teams to strengthen project management and leadership experience



  • Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative field with a record of high academic achievement, 3.3 GPA minimum 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong attention to detail and prioritization, and an ability to operate effectively in a team environment
  • Demonstrated interest in investments and the capital markets with eagerness to learn
  • Proficient with MS Office suite, specifically Excel and PowerPoint; Bloomberg and prior coding experience preferred
  • Prior actuarial and/or fixed income experience is a plus but not required
  • Must be eligible to work in the US without sponsorship or restriction now or in the future 


Cambridge Associates is a global investment firm and aims to help clients implement and manage custom investment portfolios. We believe our clients come first. Our clients are the most compelling endowments, foundations, pensions, private clients and institutional investors around the globe. Ours is a long-term business with long-term client relationships. We bring a deep knowledge of portfolio management best practices to the clients we serve. 


Cambridge Associates believes culture is central to your success and ours. We believe in a vibrant, values-driven culture that is supportive, inclusive, and diverse. Here, we celebrate the individual while we support global connectivity. At Cambridge, collaboration wins, kindness matters, and your success is our priority. We foster an inclusive and diverse environment that enables all individuals to engage and bring their full selves to work. By leveraging your unique skills, developing your individual career goals, and building a collaborative global community of connected, diverse individuals, we build a community that is stronger together.


We actively recruit and invest in the most dynamic and diverse talent and then empower our employees to succeed. Cambridge strongly encourages applications for our Investment Analyst Program from high-achieving, underrepresented candidates, including students who self-identify as female, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American and/or LGBTQ+.   



The firm is committed to the concept and practice of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. It is expected that all employees will follow a similar policy toward their co-workers.