Jobs of the Week: Oaktree, Park Hill and SVB on a hiring spree

This week there are vacancies at Baxter Ventures, Oaktree Capital Management, Blackstone‘s Park Hill secondary advisory practice and SVB Financial Group.

Oaktree Capital Management is in recruitment mode for an analyst/associate, investor relations. The successful candidate will be responsible for the analysis of financial results and preparation of materials in support of corporate finance and investor relations.

Blackstone’s Park Hill Secondary Advisory practice is seeking a PE secondary advisory analyst based across the pond in London. Park Hill is seeking an analyst to support and grow its secondary advisory practice. According to the job description on the firm’s website, the analyst would participate in all aspects of the business including supporting secondary sale transactions (similar to an investment banking divestment assignment), underwriting alternative asset investments, and preparing presentations to win new business.

On the venture side, Baxter Ventures is looking for a managing director responsible for identifying, comprehensively evaluating, building supportive business cases, and making recommendations to executive management for new business / growth opportunity transactions on behalf of Baxter Ventures, healthcare giant Baxter’s $200 million venture fund. According to the job description on its website, the managing director will represent Baxter on acquired company board as a voting member or an observer, wherever necessary and appropriate. For further information click here.

Finally, SVB Financial Group is recruiting for a senior director, private equity venture capital marketing based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Reporting to the chief marketing officer and a member of the marketing leadership team, the successful applicant will be responsible for developing, maintaining, and championing the integrated marketing plans and programs supporting the PEVC business unit, according to the job description on LinkedIn.

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