Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, affiliated with Harvard University, is seeking a Director of Treasury to join them in Boston, Massachusetts!
- As Director of Treasury, you will utilize your prior treasury department experience (does not need to be within healthcare), data modeling and projection background, and portfolio management skills to head organizational assets.
- Goals include implementing an infrastructure to match the magnitude of recent growth, tightening up operational cash resources by implementing detailed forecasting models, and collaborate with the investment committee to manage the portfolio.
- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred.
- Since its founding in 1947, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has been committed to providing adults and children with cancer with the best treatment available today while developing tomorrow's cures through cutting-edge research.
- The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute employs nearly 4,000 people supporting more than 300,000 patient visits a year, is involved in some 700 clinical trials, and is internationally renowned for its blending of research and clinical excellence.
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a principal teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, a federally designated Center for AIDS Research, and a founding member of the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, a federally designated comprehensive cancer center.
- Boston, Massachusetts offers a unique mix of historic culture and modern change – a vibrant and diverse business sector, prestigious colleges and universities, unrivaled hospitals, world-renowned museums, rich history, and close proximity to the beaches of Cape Cod and the White and Green Mountains!
- The “Bay State” is the home of two professional baseball teams, as well as professional basketball, hockey, and soccer teams. Sports fans can also visit the Sports Museum of New England, The Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
- Boston has a thriving music scene – summer nights are brought to life with free concerts at the Hatch Shell and annual festivals celebrating new artists.
- When walking through the historic city of Boston, notice red bricks along several sidewalks. These bricks outline the “Freedom Trail,” a built-in map that takes you to all the historical landmarks.