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The State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) is a premier investment organization with more than $165 billion in assets under management. Using a range of investment strategies across a spectrum of fixed income, equity, and private market asset classes, SWIB’s Core Fund has commonly beaten its benchmarks in the one-, five-, and ten-year time horizons with a combination of internal portfolio management and allocation of assets to external managers.

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#whySWIB with Portfolio Manager Chris Prestigiacomo

#whySWIB with Portfolio Manager Chris Prestigiacomo

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#whySWIB featuring Funds Alpha Manager Derek Drummond

#whySWIB featuring Funds Alpha Manager Derek Drummond

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Meet Nate SWIB's Private Markets Business Analyst

Meet Nate SWIB's Private Markets Business Analyst

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Meet Chirag  SWIB's Global Bond Portfolio Manager

Meet Chirag SWIB's Global Bond Portfolio Manager

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Meet SWIB Project Manager Suzie

Meet SWIB Project Manager Suzie

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SWIB Recruitment Philosophy ​

SWIB Offers:

  • Competitive base salary

  • Meaningful, performance-based incentive compensation

  • A comprehensive benefits package

  • Educational and training opportunities

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Challenging work in a professional, team environment

 

Positions require U.S. work authorization. SWIB participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. Positions require current residency in, or willingness to relocate to the Madison, Wisconsin area. SWIB offers relocation assistance as needed. 

Pre-employment background checks are required. 

SWIB is an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Employer. Applicants with disabilities may contact SWIB Human Resources to request accommodations. 

About Madison

​SWIB is located in Madison, the capital of Wisconsin and a major Midwestern research and technology university city. The Madison area's strong quality-of-life factors include a vibrant economy; urban, suburban, and rural living options; a wide range of restaurant, nightlife, entertainment, and shopping venues; nationally acclaimed public university and public secondary school systems; Big Ten athletic events; rich cultural, recreational, and outdoors offerings; and a favorable cost of living. Madison consistently earns top honors in nationwide quality-of-life rankings, articles, and surveys.  The Madison Region Economic Partnership, the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce have more information about Madison.

Video courtesy of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce