Jobs of the Week: Cambridge, Carlyle are hiring

Health Catalyst Capital Management LLC is looking for a vice president to work with portfolio companies, analyze companies and business plans, lead due diligence, managing service providers and lead financing. The right candidate has experience in digital health, information technology and software-as-a-service businesses selling to hospitals, health insurers, labs and other provider groups. Apply through LinkedIn.

East West Bank wants to hire an officer of private equity for the East Coast. Responsibilities include generating leads for private equity and private debt firms on the East Coast; structuring debt solutions; managing underwriting and due diligence and developing relationships. The right candidate has more than six years of banking experience and at least three years of direct portfolio/client management experience. Apply here: http://bit.ly/1VUUsVY.

Cambridge Associates is looking for an investment associate, private equity co-investments. The role is responsible for sourcing, evaluating, monitoring private equity co-investments and directs. The team evaluates opportunities across real assets, LBOs, growth and venture capital. The person should have two years of investment or transaction experience, strong analytical and quantitative skills, readiness to travel in the US and internationally. The position can be based in Boston, San Francisco or Menlo Park. Apply here: http://bit.ly/26s5hCE

The Carlyle Group-backed Emerging Sovereign Group wants to hire a marketing and investor relations analyst to work closely with the head of marketing and IR, work as liaison with fundraisers, qualify prospective investors, help with planning road shows and maintain prospect pipeline and CRM database. The right candidate will have two to three years in financial services, preferably with a hedge fund; analytical and project management skills; familiarity with CRM system and investor portal preferred. To apply, visit Carlyle’s careers page here: http://bit.ly/1VAA8JJ.

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