A weekly roundup of private equity jobs from the editors of PE Hub.
Amazon is on the lookout for a venture capital business development manager to promote the company’s cloud computing platform within the VC community. Responsibilities include identifying appropriate VCs to target, driving the necessary relationships to establish new business, and working closely with the Amazon Web Services sales team on interactions with portfolio companies. Applicants should have deep knowledge of the startup and venture capital ecosystem, as well as at least ten years of work experience. The position is in Seattle.
Apollo Global Securities is seeking an associate/principal to join its broker-dealer platform, which facilitates the capital markets transactions of Apollo’s private equity portfolio companies. The successful candidate, a talented leveraged finance/capital markets specialist, will act as representative for the credit platform, partnering with investment professional to help originate broker-dealer transactions. Applicants should have at least five years of experience, either in investment banking or with a direct lending platform. The position is in New York.
The Carlyle Group is after a vice president for portfolio management. The hire will be responsible for maintenance of and adherence to internal risk policies, as well as assisting with new capital raising activities and ongoing assessment and implementation of technology needs. At least eight years of related experience are required, including working knowledge of mark-to-market loan valuations. The position is in New York.
AIG wants to hire an operations manager for private equity to handle all operational and reporting needs related to the PE portfolio. The ideal candidate will have three to five years of relevant work experience, a fundamental understanding of private equity operations and a base-level understanding of business, legal, and accounting issues. The position is in New York.
Fortress Investment Group is recruiting a private equity analyst, energy. Applicants should have at least two years of experience as an analyst at a top investment bank with a focus in energy, power and utilities, transportation, M&A or leveraged finance industries. The position is in New York.
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