A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Goldman Sachs is seeking a vice president for its Alternative Investments & Manager Selection (AIMS) Group’s private equity investment team. Responsibilities include sourcing, conducting due diligence and evaluating private equity strategies and managers as part of discretionary investment vehicles and/or separate account mandates. A minimum of six years of experience in private equity, corporate finance, M&A or leveraged finance is required; direct experience in manager selection preferred. The position is located in New York.
Hamilton Lane is looking to hire a private equity fund formation attorney. The successful candidate will advise on all aspects of complex financing structures and financial products. His or her practice area will focus on providing deal support for corporate finance and fund formation structuring, transactions and closings. The hire will also aid the company’s senior counsel with investor and client negotiations and development of solutions for all types of private markets investment vehicles and separate accounts. Qualifications include at least three years of experience practicing securities and finance law; strong familiarity with private equity preferred. The position is located in Philadelphia.
The United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund has an opening for an investment officer, alternative investments. The hire will manage the assets of the fund in alternative investments, including private equity and absolute return strategies. Duties include participating in interviews of new fund managers, conducting research and analysis, complying with risk control parameters, and supervising and training staff. A minimum of seven years of experience related to analysis and/or management of private equity is required. Alternative investment management experience in pension funds, public funds, endowments, foundations or sovereign wealth funds is desirable. The position is located in New York.
Eli Lilly is searching for a director, private market investments. The hire will support the development of strategies and identification of opportunities for the $4 billion of investments across private equity and hedge funds in Lilly’s retirement trust. He or she will also have direct responsibility for the day-to-day management of the private markets portfolio. Qualifications include a minimum of 10 years’ experience in institutional investment management, preferably at a pension, endowment or foundation, with at least five years in private market investments. The position is located in Indianapolis.
StepStone is in the market for a private equity investor relations intern. The position will support the firm’s marketing initiatives and investor communications related to quarterly and annual reporting for numerous private equity funds/fund of funds. Duties include obtaining and reviewing underlying fund financial statements, updating existing databases/models, assisting the investor relations team in writing underlying fund reviews for quarterly meetings, and assisting the marketing team with Salesforce database efforts. Candidates for a bachelor’s degree in finance, economics or business preferred; prior intern experience required.
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