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Jobs of the week: Jaguar Growth, William Blair, Cambridge and Agricultural Capital are hiring

Jaguar Growth Partner is recruiting for a vice president of its investments team. The hire will help lead the investment and portfolio management activities at this firm, including investment sourcing, research, structuring, underwriting, negotiations and overall transaction management. He or she should have investing experience in Latin America and a willingness to travel internationally.

William Blair & Company is looking to hire an investment banking vice president of healthcare. The hire will execute and manage actions in deal teams representing mergers & acquisitions, equity offerings and private equity placements. Also, he or she will search for and recommend new deal opportunities for the firm. An MBA from a top-tier business school is preferred.

Cambridge Associates is looking to fill an investment director/private investments specialist position. The hire will oversee and participate in all aspects of clients’ private investment-related projects, which include performing analytical tasks, developing investment manager recommendations, supervising investment associates, preparing presentation materials, and making presentations. An MBA or CFA is strongly preferred.

Equilibrium Capital asset manager Agricultural Capital Management is seeking to add a private equity investment associate to its team. The position will either be based in San Francisco (preferred) or Portland, Oregon (secondary). The hire will conduct due diligence on potential investment opportunities including both financial and operational performance. Also, he or she will draft investment recommendations.

Seaport Castle is seeking to hire a private equity analyst. Duties include financial analysis and modeling as well as new deal diligence and research. This position is for pre-MBA candidates with the expectation that applicants will spend two to three years at the firm prior to attending business school. To apply, send resume to

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