Jobs of the week: Alaska Permanent Fund, GE, Allstate and Oaktree are hiring.

General Electric is recruiting for an investment manager of alternative assets at its office in Stamford, Connecticut. The hire will support new opportunities and manage the existing investments’ portfolio. Duties include performing valuation, investment return and sensitivity analyses. Also, he or she will actively participate in due diligence meetings. Candidates should have three plus years of transactional experience in alternative assets, corporate finance or investment banking.

Allstate is seeking a private equity senior associate of infrastructure. Job responsibilities include performing quantitative and qualitative analysis used to support the underwriting of potential investment opportunities and preparing internal memoranda and other materials to make investment recommendations. Also, he or she will evaluate various market segments in order to develop and refine actionable investment themes. Candidates should have a proven ability to simultaneously manage multiple investment-related projects in a time-critical, transaction-oriented environment. An MBA or CFA is required.

Alaska Permanent Fund Corp is interviewing for a private markets investment associate. The hire will play a key role on sourcing, evaluating and executing a wide range of opportunities that encompass limited partner commitments, syndicated co-investments and negotiated co-investment situations. The position is expected to have significant interaction with leading institutional investors outside of the APFC and with the rest of APFC investment team across asset classes. The job is in Juneau, Alaska.

Oaktree Capital is looking to hire an associate for its power opportunities fund. Duties include preparing detailed financial modeling and performing quantitative and qualitative analysis. Also, he or she will develop and maintain business and industry due diligence as well as conduct deal structuring, legal documentation, negotiations and post-closing deal monitoring. Applicants should have a BA from a top university or college in addition to two to three years of experience as an analyst with a top investment firm, investment bank or similar organization. The job is in Brentwood, California.

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