Senior Manager of Investor Relations

Our Newton, MA client, a REIT and asset management firm, is hiring a Senior Manager, Investor Relations. This position is highly visible and reports to the Senior Director, Investor Relations.  This person will work closely with key senior leaders and business partners.  This person will play a key role on a fast-paced, collaborative and results-driven Investor Relations team.

The Senior Manager must be able to work onsite four (4) days per week.
This is not a remote position.

Here’s what employees say about the company, leadership and culture:

  • Employees are fantastic and have great work experience.
  • Company really cares about career development. I feel valued and can make a significant impact.
  • Company is flat so you interact with the c-suite, who are all approachable.
  • They are always looking for new programs, training and technology. It's great to see a company invested in their employees.
  • Great benefits and above industry compensation, including paid parental leave.

More on the role

  • Lead the investor relations efforts of one publicly traded company through the consistent and timely development of business analysis and investor communications that best position the company to achieve fair valuation.
  • Identify and recommend opportunities for refining and articulating the value proposition for the client company. Define and refine key messages and incorporate these messages across various mediums.  Consistently communicate key messages to the investment community in the form of clear and thoughtful new releases, investor presentations, conference call scripts and website content.
  • Display a thorough knowledge and understanding of company markets, market drivers, supply/demand trends, peer business performance and financial expectations. Utilize existing analytical tools and/or create new tools/analyses to support the company’s investment thesis.
  • Leverage the IR support team to identify and proactively target highest potential investors conducive to the company’s strategy, defining business characteristics and appeal to investment styles.
  • Establish relationships with present and potential investors, and existing and target sell side analysts. Lead meetings with these parties both with and without management in attendance.


  • Ensure that key messages are well-researched, documented, accepted by senior management and communicated to all key shareholders.  Communications should convey the strategic direction and business plan of the company and build confidence in management and the company strategy.
  • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with sell-side analysts and institutional investors. 
  • Lead quarterly financial reporting preparation process, including the development of messaging, conference call script drafting and Q&A development. 
  • Consistently and on an ongoing basis, prepare the management team for interactions with the investment community. 
  • Serve as the primary source of competitive and market intelligence for management team and Board by leveraging IR support team, and IR department resources to maintain real-time knowledge of industry and peer news and trends, as well as understanding the impact that these and other macroeconomic factors have on the company’s business and competitive position.
  • Proactively manage the company’s investor relations agenda and calendar, including news releases, quarterly results announcements, investor meetings and conference participation.


  • Minimum of five years of investor relations experience with a public company.  A background working for a sell side research firm or institutional investment firm or a publicly traded real estate company is a bonus.
  • Strong intellectual curiosity, analytical skills and financial aptitude.  Finely tuned attention to detail.
  • Professional presence with the ability to remain composed, think clearly under pressure and answer detailed questions.
  • Strategic thinking and a willingness to freely share opinions with management.
  • Ability to travel as needed to investor conferences and on marketing trips.
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint required; Nasdaq IR Connect, Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters tools are a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree.