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Summary of Responsibilities
Prepares formal responses to Requests for Proposals (RFPs), received from various sources that are seeking investment management services. Responses would include information concerning Touchstone and its investment management strategies. Provides updates to consultants and/or consultant databases as well as up-to-date firm information to the sales team and internal/external inquiries. Information provided would include both quantitative and qualitative information. Acts as a client service representative with institutional investors, including consultants, defined benefit plans, TPAs, defined contribution plan sponsors, foundations, and endowments. Works closely with subadvisors to complete RFPs and RFIs requested by Touchstone’s Distribution Partners. Acts as back-up for data-related responsibilities of Director of Digital and Multimedia. Works with a degree of creativity under minimal supervision and minimal range of decision making. Regularly upates Manager and escalates issues to Manager as appropriate.
Summary of Responsibilities:
The Compliance Officer -Investments/Risk Management is an experienced sole contributor that assists the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) in the management of compliance processes in support of Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc. (FWIA). Provides compliance oversight, regulatory guidance instituting effective governance and risk management practices. Partners with (CCO) and Senior Management in the development and application of strategic vision for the culture of compliance for a SEC registered investment adviser. The Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management is responsible for assisting the (CCO) in maintaining regulatory, risk, and governance oversight by analyzing, and establishing internal controls. The Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management owns and leads compliance program activities, including oversight of business requirements and internal controls for Fort Washington’s primary lines of business, liaising with senior management and departmental management, supervising the conduct of needs analysis’ and coordinating the reviews of client and vendor agreements, policies and procedures, and complaints. In support of the (CCO), the Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management manages business risks by coordinating and leading compliance projects and monitoring of compliance and regulatory governance requirements. The primary focus of this position is to ensure compliance-related investment and quality assurance processes are managed and regulatory and client risks are sufficiently mitigated in a timely manner. The Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management assists in the management of compliance oversight related to client's investment policy statements including social and environmental responsible investing and remediates areas of non-compliance. The Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management collaborates with the (CCO) in attending and supporting various governance oversight committees, manages multiple deadlines, responds to requests from regulators, responds to moderately complex compliance questions, leads project teams, and works in a semi-autonomous fashion with limited daily supervision, making a broad range of critical decisions. The Compliance Officer-Investments/Risk Management additionally manages the preparation of reports or other actions requested by the parent entity, Western & Southern Financial Group (W&SFG), for presentation to Fort Washington's Board of Directors.
Summary of Responsibilities:
Manage a variety of portfolios consisting of stocks, bonds, ETF’s and mutual funds in order to meet investment goals. Develop and implement both a tactical and strategic investment plan to meet the client’s long term objectives. Invest the portfolio using securities of internal portfolio managers and external managers or funds. Monitor the individual portfolios regularly for proper asset allocation and diversification to insure adherence to client’s objectives and risk tolerance. Make adjustments as necessary in order to maximize return and preserving capital within the individual investment guidelines. Work with the Wealth Management Team to build a marketing strategy in order to increase accounts and assets under management. Work with Marketing to develop marketing and presentation materials that enhance the Wealth Management product and processes. Meet with potential clients to present and sell our Investment Management services. Meet with existing clients on a regular basis to review investment goals, current needs and performance. Work with a client’s tax advisors or attorneys to properly effectuate the portfolio.