Private Equity Jobs of the Week: Macquarie, UNC-Chapel Hill and D Cubed are hiring

A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking a director for the Institute for Private Capital. The director of IPC will oversee all aspects of the day-to-day operations and strategic development. Also, he or she will serve as the primary relationship point-of-contact for IPC members, helping to develop and maintain relationships with firms and professionals in the private equity fund, hedge fund and other private investment fund industry. Candidates will have experience in financial operations and fundraising in the public or private sector, including creating and managing a budget and overseeing operations of a small to mid-sized organization. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required with at least three years of relevant experience; an MBA is preferred. The position is in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

D Cubed is searching for a principal. The principal will drive his/her own sourcing efforts, lead investment execution processes, manage D Cubed’s companies post-investment and assist in all other efforts to grow the firm. Candidates should have eight to 12 years of total work experience, with four to eight years of relevant direct investing experience; buyout experience is preferred. They should have a bachelor’s degree from a top-ranked school with high academic achievement; an MBA is a plus, but not required. The position is in New York City.

The Macquarie Group is seeking to hire a vice president for its private equity principal finance group. The hire will source investment opportunities; conduct industry and company research; and oversee due diligence, financial analysis, financial models, presentations and investment committee memoranda. Also, he or she will lead capital raise assignments on an advisory basis, lead raising of LP or co-invest capital into Macquarie SPV’s on a deal by deal basis, and/or syndication of existing portfolio assets. Candidates should have six to nine years of investment banking and/or investing experience. Private equity, venture capital, or other junior debt/equity investment experience is a plus. The position is in New York City.

The Wolf Group Capital Advisors is seeking a senior investments associate. The hire will be responsible for helping senior financial advisors develop, review and implement investment plans and portfolios. Also, he or she will support the portfolio manager with investment management. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in a related field, a Series 65 license and advanced working knowledge of financial software, including Orion. Applicants must have a minimum of five years of relevant experience. The position is in Fairfax, Virginia.