A Collaborative and Dynamic Career Environment
Managing Harvard's Endowment
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We have listed our current open positions below. Please click on a category to learn more about HMC's work in this area and to view available opportunities. To apply, please follow the link and complete the online application. Should your qualifications match the position requirements, an HMC representative will contact you directly. Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications, we cannot respond to every submission. HMC will not accept unsolicited resumes from employment agencies.
At HMC we actively encourage our staff members to expand their professional skills through educational and development opportunities. Each year a significant number of our employees participate in some component of our in-house training programs. The core curriculum enables employees at all levels to develop their skills in four key areas:
- Management and Leadership
- Investment Management
- Legal, Compliance and Operational Control
- Information Technology
Many HMC employees have also pursued professional certifications and post-graduate degrees with the financial support of our tuition reimbursement program.
Our employees share a common sense of pride in serving the mission of Harvard University, as well as our broader community. Through a series of Volunteer Days each year HMC employees have contributed hundreds of hours to community programs such as the Greater Boston Food Bank, Cradles to Crayons, and the Salvation Army. At the beginning of each school year HMC employees donate over 100 backpacks full of school supplies to elementary and high-school students served through The Home for Little Wanderers.
HMC is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with federal and state laws, HMC does not discriminate in the employment or treatment of qualified staff members based on race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, qualified mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, genetic carrier status, status as a Vietnam Era or disabled veteran, any military service, any application for any military service, or any other category or class protected by federal, state, or local law.