Private Equity Jobs of the Week: CapitalSpring, Stone Management, Oaktree are hiring

A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.

CapitalSpring is looking to fill two senior vice president/associate positions. Duties include financial analysis and due diligence, presenting investment recommendations, structuring transactions, and negotiating with target companies. Ideal candidates will have one to three years of experience in investment banking or leveraged finance followed by two to four years of private equity/credit investing. The positions are located in Los Angeles.

Stone Management, an energy-focused private equity fund, is recruiting an acquisitions associate with a background in upstream exploration and production. The position’s focus will be on deal analysis, due diligence and valuation. Qualifications include three to five years of experience in PE or public equity background (i.e. hedge fund). The position in located in Houston or New York.

Oaktree Capital wants to hire an analyst, portfolio analysis and reporting, to help produce reports as well as engineer and implement operational production routines. The successful candidate will deliver analyses and reports to clients, prospects, consultants and investment teams. Qualifications include internship experience at an asset management company, investment bank, or other related financial services company. Familiarity with credit instruments is preferred. The position is located in Los Angeles.

StepStone is on the lookout for a private equity research analyst. The hire will engage in sector-focused research including buyout, venture capital, distressed, energy, and mezzanine, and will have the opportunity to present recommendations to the firm’s investment committee. The ideal candidate will have at least two years of private equity, investment banking, consulting or other relevant experience. The position is located in New York.

MicroVentures is seeking an associate to assist with the sourcing of potential primary and secondary investments. The analyst will work with the VP to identify investment prospects, review business plans, perform due diligence on prospect companies, research industries and competitors, build financial models and conduct sensitivity analyses. Qualifications include two to four years of experience in management or strategy consulting, corporate strategy, or corporate venturing. Experience in venture capital/private equity a plus. The position is located in San Francisco.

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