PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 17, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Professionals who are interested in restarting their careers after taking time off are invited to a luncheon hosted by Hirtle Callaghan, one of America's fastest growing and most innovative investment firms. The firm is seeking experienced professionals who are interested in working full-time or part-time.

"This is a wonderful opportunity for professionals who took time off to raise children or care for an aging parent to restart his or her career with an outstanding firm," said Gretchen Rose, Vice President of Human Resources at Hirtle Callaghan. "We invite interested candidates to contact us in order to attend the luncheon. We look forward to discussing a career with Hirtle Callaghan and our current hiring plans."

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 46 percent of women with children under the age of six did not participate in the workforce in 2013.

The event will be held on Wednesday, October 1 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at the Merion Cricket Club. Those interested in attending the October 1 luncheon should contact Carolyn McCann at

About Hirtle Callaghan

Hirtle Callaghan has established a unique, sophisticated 21st century investment institution that uses its massive purchasing power to represent exclusively owners, rather than users, of capital. The firm is known for its conflict-free, zero product approach, its strong client-centric professional culture and for assembling and managing sophisticated global investment solutions. These highly cost-effective solutions are custom-designed around best-in-class independent money managers, index funds, no fund-of-fund fee hedge and private equity programs and Hirtle Callaghan Manager Style Indexes™ (replicate active manager effects at much lower fees). 

Now in its 26th year, Hirtle Callaghan, Americas First Outsourced Chief Investment Officer™, supervises $25 billion of family, endowment, foundation, healthcare and pension assets nationwide.

For career opportunities at Hirtle Callaghan, experienced professionals -- including those looking to re-enter the workplace as well as graduate students -- are invited to contact Gretchen Rose at

Megan Keohane