It's never been easy to hire for treasury, but some treasurers are looking these days in new places--business units, academia, even kitchens
By Richard Gamble|March 01, 2006 at 07:00 PM
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Four years ago, engineer Paul Murphy worked outdoors at 14,000 feet above sea level in the Peruvian Andes, building a 300-kilometer slurry pipeline for the world’s second-largest copper mine. He directed local contractors in broken Spanish. He got sunburned and windburned. Some days he never sat down. Today, the treasury associate sits on the fifth floor of a San Francisco office building, running Bechtel Group’s substantial investment portfolio under Treasurer Kevin Leader. Some days he doesn’t get to leave his desk.
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