Jobs of the Week: Hiring at Carlyle, Fortress, New York City Comptroller and TPG

On the job’s board this week are vacancies at state pension fund Maine Public Employees Retirement System, the New York City Comptroller, associate roles at BNP Paribas, Liberty Mutual and Siemens Financial Services and a private equity analyst position at Fortress Investment Group.

BNP Paribas is recruiting for an associate-equity private placements group based in the Greater New York City area. For further information and to apply see the LinkedIn job description.

The Carlyle Group is seeking a manager-client investor services. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing all system and business processes regarding internal and external investor inquiries and requests. If you’re interested submit your CV via the careers section on the Carlyle website.

Fortress Investment Group is seeking a private equity analyst based in the Greater New York City area. Among other things, the analyst will analyze and execute investment and asset management strategies.

Global financial services company Liberty Mutual is hiring for a private equity investment associate. Responsibilities include assisting with due diligence and analysis on investment opportunities.

State pension fund Maine Public Employees Retirement System is still on the hunt for candidates for the deputy chief investment officer and head of alternative investments roles. For further information contact

The New York City Comptroller is also on the lookout for candidates to fill several positions including senior PE investment official and senior risk officer. For further details contact

TPG Capital is recruiting for a treasury analyst. This is a broad-based treasury position that will support the operations and finance functions. For further information see the LinkedIn job description.

Finally on the venture side, Siemens Financial Services is seeking a senior investment associate based in Palo Alto, California. The successful candidate will analyze market segments for venture capital investments inc. determining market size & growth, customer buying criteria, technological alternatives & competitive environment. For further details and to apply see the Monster website.

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