A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Z Capital Group is searching for investor development director. Duties include development of relationships primarily with pension consultants, private wealth platforms and fund placement groups; coordination of current and prospective investor outreach; and conducting extensive LP research and data mining. Candidates should have two to five years of recent, relevant experience in an investor development role or experience as a project manager with a leading third-party fundraising group or pension consulting firm; and an undergraduate degree from a highly regarded college or university. The position is in New York City.
Arrowroot Capital is looking to hire a senior associate/vice president for growth equity. Duties include preparation of investment memos and business plan summaries; researching investment target’s competitive position, market size and industry dynamics; management of third party diligence providers; and detailed financial analysis and modeling. Candidates should have four to seven years of post-undergraduate experience in software growth equity. This is a potential partner-track position. The position is in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area.
Brookfield Asset management is seeking an associate for its private funds. The hire will play a key role in supporting Brookfield’s global relationship model to attract capital to the firm’s private funds. Also, he or she will able to independently manage siloed or parallel aspects of fundraising process; and proactively create and manage investment strategy and fund-specific marketing materials. Candidates should have four to seven years of relevant experience, preferably within financial services; an undergraduate degree and an excellent academic background. The position is in New York City.
JPMorgan Chase & Co is on the hunt for a private equity fund services associate. The hire will review and manage client deliverables for the firm’s private equity fund administration clients. The role will involve daily client interactions and require the individual to manage expectations, balance multiple priorities and work in a team setting to deliver accurate and timely reporting to clients and investors. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field; and three plus years of experience in an accounting role, preferably at a Big 4, private equity firm or fund administrator. The position is in Brooklyn, New York.