Jobs at CAIA

We look for top-quality, dedicated professionals to become a part of our growing organization. CAIA offers competitive salaries and benefits packages, as well as excellent opportunities to expand your skills.

Purpose and Scope

The Director of Content, APAC is responsible for developing and distributing content throughout the region to raise awareness and credibility for CAIA.  The role will also be responsible for executing strategy to establish and expand CAIA’s industry recognition, regulatory relationships, candidate participation and membership activity throughout Asia. The individual must work in close coordination with the HK office to ensure a cohesive regional execution and the global content team to ensure consistency of message and voice.

Responsibilities

Under the direction of the Senior Managing Director, the Director of Content, APAC is responsible for:

Content Ambassadorship – 40%

  • Conduct and synthesize initial and on-going market research
  • Serve as key participant in global Editorial Board in influencing content priorities of/for Asia
  • Author blogs, webinars, and bylines periodically
  • Represent CAIA at key industry conferences through speeches, panel moderation
  • Syndicate and distribute CAIA content through digital, P2P, and public platforms
  • Support the CAIA curriculum through providing intelligence and feedback on topical priorities to be covered in program.  Identify authors, standard setters, editors, reviewers to assist the curriculum and exams team to ensure global representation

Marketing and Media – 20%

  • Coordinate with the MD, Industry Relations APAC and the Director, Marketing to support the regionally focused marketing efforts
  • Establish relationships with regional media outlets and public relations firms.  Serve as a key public ambassador for our PR efforts in Asia

Industry Relations and Outreach – 30%

  • Identify and build relationships with key investors and managers
  • Coordinate with the MD Industry Relations, APAC to develop and execute regional strategy
  • Raise CAIA profile with all constituencies including regulatory, academic, commercial/institutional, industry association, and media/press
  • Establish relationships with and give public and private presentations to industry associations and institutions, and participate in conferences and events on behalf of the CAIA Association

Member/Candidate Services – 10%

  • Partner with Chapter Heads to expand impact of events, networking, and brand recognition.  Contribute to identifying current and future leaders within Chapter
  • Coordinate with HK office and Director of Candidate and Member Relations to support/enhance all member-related activities
  • Coordinate with HK office and Director of Candidate and Member Services to support the development of regional preparatory course providers and facilitate regional exam registration and delivery
  • Be accessible to Candidates and prospects via attendance at CAIA and industry events, to promote program and to handle or relay Candidate concerns to CAIA headquarters

 

Qualifications:

• Strong understanding of Asian investment industry markets, institutions and regulatory environment
• Demonstrated minimum 10 years’ experience working in the Asian alternative investment industry
• Private Equity, Real Asset expertise a plus
• Ideal candidate has achieved (or commits to achieve) the CAIA designation
• Willing and eager to travel extensively throughout region
• Entrepreneurial instincts and drive
• Position will be based in Singapore
**Please note that your application must be accompanied by a cover letter of intent.

Our IT Help Desk & Infrastructure Technician will work as a valuable member of our IT Team to maintain and support our Windows-based infrastructure, providing support for our global employees. This position reports to the IT Director and is responsible for installing, maintaining, analyzing, troubleshooting, and repairing hardware and computer systems. This is a full-time position with benefits.

Personal Skills:

  • Friendly, service-oriented attitude and ability to easily make connections with others
  • Ability to communicate and resolve technical problems with non-technical people
  • Self-motivated, follow manager’s direction well, take initiative and able to work Independently
  • Work well in a team environment and can escalate cases in a timely manner
  • Willing to learn and be trained in new IT skills & IT processes
  • Creative problem solver and familiar with configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining computer hardware and software
  • Work well with third-party vendors to resolve hardware/software problems.
Qualifications:
  • Microsoft Windows desktop environment
  • Microsoft Office O365
  • Adobe Product Suite
  • PC Hardware, Peripherals, and HP Printers
  • Microsoft Active Directory & Azure AD
  • TCP/IP Networking and associated services (DNS, DHCP, etc.)
  • Microsoft User Administration
  • IT Helpdesk ticketing and knowledgebase systems, utilizing the system to record, assign track, close and analyze all IT Helpdesk requests
  • Education: Information Technology or related area of study preferred
  • Work authorization: United States (Required)
  • Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds and have own transportation
  • Occasional after-hours systems maintenance & projects will be required

The Database Administrator position is responsible for maintaining the performance, security, and integrity of the AMS (NetFORUM) database and integrations. CAIA’s Database Administrator will provide expert knowledge/advice to continue the maintenance and advancement of Data & Technology in all of CAIA’s business systems.

This position has a dual role as a Data Analyst. The Data Analyst will use their advanced knowledge of the database and technologies to analyze CAIA data, with a goal of identifying significant data trends seeking opportunities to improve CAIA’s data and reporting.

Responsibilities

Database Management

  • Provide guidance to Application Designers/Developers
  • Ensure data security & integrity between databases
  • Monitor & maintain backups for disaster recovery
  • Monitor database performance to ensure fast and consistent delivery of data
  • Monitor & maintain user access & security
  • Analyze logging & remedy as required
  • Suggest & apply updates & patches when Required
  • Act as a key resource for database integrations
  • Minimize downtime/impact & provide alternative data sources if needed
  • Provide support to 3rd party consultants

Database Analyst

  • Provide both proactive & retroactive metric compilations
  • Develop & maintain data dictionary/definitions
  • Apply Data Analysis surrounding Customer profiling and behavior
  • Identify, isolate, and report to CAIA on any significant data trends
  • Provide and implement suggestions to improve data quality & consistency
  • Identify gaps/missing data points and provide suggestions to correct

 

Qualifications:
  • Experience developing & maintaining Microsoft SQL Databases
  • Knowledge of data backup, recovery, and security
  • Knowledge of High Availability / Disaster Recovery options
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent reporting/data analysis skills
  • Ability to work both as a team & independently as required by the project
  • Proficiency in Excel and other Office Products
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Knowledge in CRM Databases a plus
  • BS Degree in Computer Science or Equivalent

Technologies

  • SQL, NetFORUM, Absorb, Wild Apricot, Salesforce, Tableau

The HR Generalist & Legal Assistant is a mid-level position reporting to the Managing Director of Global Operations. This position will be responsible for running our ADP TotalSource platform which includes payroll (time & labor management), health benefits, on and offboarding employees, and reporting. This position provides administrative support to the HR function as needed (e.g., correspondence generation, record keeping, file maintenance, HRIS entry) and ensures Company plans are administered in accordance with federal and state regulations, as well as co-administer our retirement plan. They will run the recruiting efforts for our US team. This position also assists with company-wide legal projects such as contract management and trademark administration. This position is exempt for FLSA reporting. Cover letter is required to apply for this position.

Responsibilities

Administrator of ADP Total Source platform

  • Run bi-weekly payroll for US office
  • Onboard and terminate employees in the system
  • Run reports
  • Background screening
  • Benefit open enrollment & changes
  • PTO accruals
  • Approve payroll for global offices

Recruiting

  • Perform recruitment activities, update job descriptions, set up preliminary interviews and evaluate candidates for select positions and maintain related records
  • Post positions on local university career websites and perform outreach to community sources for internship positions as needed
  • New-employee orientations at headquarters and facilitate orientations abroad as needed
  • Manage annual performance evaluation process including salary adjustments & bonuses
  • Handle conflict resolution as needed, referring difficult situations to the Managing Director of Global Operations

Legal

  • Work with Managing Director of Global Operations to ensure all company-wide contracts are compliant and critical deadlines are met
  • Assist with legal projects such as international and trademark strategy
  • Write, revise, edit and proofread company policies and procedures and related documents as needed
  • Co-administer Vanguard 401k Retirement plan. Run the 401k committee, and general contact for 401k questions and changes
  • Other tasks as needed
Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years relevant HR experience
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Self-starter, detailed oriented and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
• Excellent communication skills, and ability to handle highly confidential materials
• Ability to learn on the job and follow detailed standard operating procedures
• Enthusiasm for and understanding of CAIA’s mission and stakeholders
• Excellent presentation skills
• Ability to work collaboratively with key CAIA departments
• Technically savvy and familiar with tools such as Microsoft suite, including Outlook, SharePoint, and OneDrive
• Experience with ADP TotalSource Preferred
• SHRM – CP or PHR certification a plus