A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Gen II is on the hunt for a director to manage its private equity funds. Duties include directing the day-to-day accounting and fund administration for multiple investment sponsors; and extensive hands-on involvement in preparing and reviewing work papers, investments, accruals, financial statements with footnotes and investor allocations. Candidates should have seven plus years of fund accounting experience in either a private equity fund, private equity fund administrator or another financial institution where the candidate has gained financial products knowledge; five plus years of supervisory experience; and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or economics. Advanced mezzanine/credit/loan origination investment experience is preferred. The position is in Stamford, Connecticut.
StepStone is seeking a private equity secondaries associate/senior associate. Duties include deal sourcing, screening and conducting due diligence on private equity secondary and direct investments; and interacting with fund managers/portfolio company management teams to conduct in-depth portfolio and asset-level underwriting and analysis. Also, he or she will performing quantitative and qualitative research and financial modelling/analysis on companies and assets across stages industries and geographies. Candidates should have a stellar academic record; two to six years of top-tier investment banking, consulting and/or private equity experience; and excellent quantitative skills, including financial modelling, analytical and valuation skills for purpose of evaluating investment opportunities. The position is in New York City.
Cascadia Capital is looking to hire an investment banking associate for its industrials team. The hire will be focused on middle-market industrial sector M&A and capital raising transaction execution. He or she will be responsible for day-to-day execution of client engagements, management of analysts and the creation and review of marketing materials and financial models. Candidates should have approximately two to four years of mid-market investment banking experience with exposure to the industrials sector M&A and capital raises for privately-held clients; FINRA Series 79 and 63; and a BA/BS degree from a top-tier university with demonstrated academic excellence. The position is in Seattle.
The Carlyle Group is seeking an analyst for its insurance and managed accounts fund management team. The hire is responsible for financial reporting, portfolio and investment analysis and modeling, transaction support, investment valuations, forecasting and budgeting, working capital management, supporting the fundraising process and any other matters that come up from time to time in the general management and operations of the accounts and investments of Carlyle’s strategic clients. Candidates should have an accounting or finance degree; a minimum 3.5 GPA is required. Also, he or she should have three to five years of prior experience in an analytical or financial role. The position is in Washington, D.C.