– Lower mid-market private equity firm Milestone Partners is on the lookout for a pre-MBA associate and analyst to join its investment team. According to the job description, the associate “will work directly with senior investment professionals as well as senior management of portfolio companies.” The investment analyst’s responsibilities will consist of “various aspects of deal execution and portfolio management.” Interested candidates should submit their resumes to [email protected]
– efinancial Careers is advertising a vacancy at sovereign wealth fund Government of Singapore Investment Corp for an associate to join its private equity infrastructure team. The position is based in London for 2-5 years of training and then permanently transitioning to Singapore . For further details click here.
– efinancial Careers is also showcasing a Washington, DC-based associate’s position at EIG Global Energy Partners. EIG is a global energy-focused institutional investor with $10.3 billion under management (as of September 30, 2012). Click here to apply.
– For those venture philanthropists out there, Social Venture Partners is recruiting for a director of philanthropy development based in Washington.
– And the venture capital affiliate of Comcast Corporation, Comcast Ventures is expanding its presence in New York City and looking for a senior associate to join the team there. Comcast Ventures invests in entertainment, communications and digital technology businesses.
Meanwhile not yet advertised are two recent vacancies that could mean an exciting step up the career ladder for some high caliber private equity professional. The first comes from Art Wang’s appointment as the new managing director of private markets at The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System as reported in sister publication Buyouts. Wang’s move leaves a vacancy at New York Common Retirement Fund, where he was director of that pension’s $14 billion private equity portfolio.
The second opportunity might stem from the departure of Frederick Goltz, who has been with KKR for 18 years and ran the firm’s mezzanine business, according to Reuters. Marc Ciancimino, head of the European mezzanine business has been asked to step in his place leaving a potential gap for a professional in the European mezzanine business.