This week peHUB has earmarked venture vacancies at veteran technology investor Benchmark Capital and life sciences specialist Bay City Capital. There are also various associate and senior associate positions up for grabs.
Both Benchmark Capital and Bay City Capital are advertising for venture capital analysts. Based in Menlo Park, CA, the role at Benchmark Capital is “highly quantitative/analytical in nature and is designed so that the partners are able to see key things earlier and to have better informed sourcing,” according to the job description on Doostang.
Bay City Capital’s analyst will be based in the San Francisco Bay Area and will be responsible for financial analysis and modeling, including P&L, balance sheet and cash flow analysis, and projections, according to the advertisement on LinkedIn.
There are a handful of associate positions that caught our eye this week including portfolio analyst and associate positions at private equity real estate firm Greystar based in the Charleston, South Carolina Area.
San Francisco-based private equity firm Salt Creek Capital is hiring for a partner development associate in the greater Los Angeles area. For more details click here.
Pine Tree Equity is seeking a senior associate to join its team based in Miami, Florida. To apply click here. Pine Tree closed its third fund this month on $100 million.
Global investment firm BRAVO is recruiting for a special situations/private equity associate to be part of its alternative investment group and special situations team based in Newport Beach, Calif. According to the job description on LinkedIn, the candidate will work “primarily with the firm’s private capital funds focused on investing across the capital structure into operating companies and various asset opportunities including commercial real estate, residential real estate and other consumer and commercial assets.”
And finally, according to Buyouts, the $37 billion Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System may soon be looking for a new director of private equity. The pension’s current director, Lamar Villere, told Buyouts that he plans to step down from TCRS at the end of June to become a portfolio manager at Villere & Co., his family’s New Orleans-based money management firm. On an interim basis, Villere will be replaced by Daniel Crews, a private equity analyst at TCRS. So far, TCRS has not formally launched a search for a permanent replacement.
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