Jobs of the week: Cantor Fitzgerald, GLG, Woodlawn and Susquehanna are hiring

Cantor Fitzgerald is looking to appoint a chief of staff for CEO Howard Lutnick. The COS will play an active behind-the-scenes role that includes preparing and facilitating CEO meetings as well as coordinating projects and commitments that directly involve the CEO. COS will accompany the CEO when he travels. Job is in New York.

World Class Capital Group is recruiting for a vice president of private equity. The hire will work to identify, structure, evaluate and execute investment opportunities. He or she will also monitor the operations of and provide strategic advice to portfolio companies. MBA is required.

UBS is hiring a senior private equity investment professional. The hire will manage the firm’s Asian private equity and emerging regions exposure with a focus on China, India and Pan Asia. Position is in Hong Kong. Should be fluent in English and an Asian language.

Gerson Lehrman Group is seeking a private equity and venture capital research manager. Duties include designing customized products for clients. The hire will report directly to the head of the firm’s New York private equity and venture capital research team. Four to eight years of experience is required. Should have an undergraduate or graduate GPA of 3.3 or better.

Woodlawn Partners is recruiting for an associate with two to four years of professional experience to focus on improving and scaling the firm’s investment sourcing efforts. He or she will also support other analytical functions. According to the firm, this is “not a junior grunt job.” Woodland is looking for a long-term hire. Interested candidates should send a resume and brief cover letter to:

Susquehanna Growth Equity is looking to add a private equity summer analyst to its team. Duties include building detailed financial models to evaluate investment opportunities as well as analyzing financial statements of active and prospective investments. Can be a student or a recent graduate. Must have an impressive academic record.

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