A weekly roundup of private equity jobs from the editors of PE Hub.
Citi’s Global Managed Investments private equity team is on the hunt for a senior vice president/director to lead the entire private equity investment and syndication process. Candidates will have at least 10 years of relevant experience, as well as strong financial modeling and analytical skills. The position is in Boston or New York.
The J. Paul Getty Trust is hiring an investment analyst, private equity and venture capital. He or she will evaluate potential managers for the trust’s portfolio, preparing memorandums detailing investment rationales and due diligence. The hire will also travel both domestically and internationally to identify and analyze investment opportunities. Applicants should have two to five years of experience working in finance, accounting, management consulting, or a related field. PE or VC experience is a plus but not a requirement. The position is in Los Angeles.
Cornell University is looking for an associate director, private equity. The job is to oversee the endowment’s private equity investment portfolio, which includes venture capital, growth equity and buyouts. Five to seven years of investment-related experience is required, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The position is in Ithaca, New York.
Michael Page USA is seeking an experienced private equity marketing assistant. Responsibilities include creating and coordinating presentations to current and prospective clients and administering the RFP database. The ideal candidate will have familiarity and interest in working with data and analytics. The position is in Boston.
Siemens is recruiting an investment principal, venture capital, to join its team focusing on industrial/advanced manufacturing investments. Responsibilities include sourcing investment opportunities, taking board of directors or observer positions in portfolio companies, and representing Siemens Venture Capital at events and conferences. Candidates should have a degree in engineering or the physical sciences, ideally in combination with a degree in business administration, and at least five years of experience in early stage technology/venture capital. The position is in Boston.
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