A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Goldman Sachs is looking to hire a head of strategy for the firm’s asset management division. The hire will report to the chief operating officer of asset management and partner closely with senior leaders across the business to outline key priorities, ensure continued progress as an organization and stay ahead of industry themes, market dynamics and competitor news. Candidates should have ten plus years of experience at an asset manager or another financial institution; M&A experience will be strongly considered. The position is in New York.
Caprock is searching for a director of private investments. Responsibilities include leading initial and ongoing diligence for private investments (with a focus on private equity, venture capital, private debt and real assets), development of a pipeline of investments that anticipates both successful investment themes and client needs and leading and cultivating deep and respectful relationships in the industry. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree; a finance, accounting, or business degree is preferred as is an MBA or CFA. Applicants should have seven to 10 years of experience leading and conducting diligence and making investments in private funds and companies. The position is in San Jose, California.
Carlyle is seeking a manager for its fund management team. The hire will be responsible for supporting all aspects of the funds’ operations including quarterly valuations, investment funding and execution, investor reporting, compliance, tax and legal matters as well as internal financial planning and analysis for associated business units. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or economics; a CPA or CFA is preferred. Applicants should also have five to seven years of prior experience in an analytical or financial role. The position is in Washington, D.C.
Oppenheimer & Co is looking to hire an investor services associate for its alternative investments group. The hire will process and review investor hedge fund/private equity fund transactions including subscriptions, redemptions and transfers. Also, he or she will assist financial advisers with AIG platform questions, client subscriptions, redemptions, capital calls and distributions; and review and approve anti-money laundering documents pursuant to U.S. and Cayman regulations. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and three to five years of financial industry experience in client services. The position is in New York City.