A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
The IWP family office is hiring a head of investor relations. The hire will lead fundraising, marketing and client services for EPIC, or the Evolution Private Investment Collective. In this role, he or she will acquire and on-board new relationships to reach/exceed EPIC’s fundraising target. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree; five plus years of experience in areas such as investor relations, investment sales and outside sales. The position is in Denver.
Prudential Financial is on the hunt for an associate to join its private equity funds and co-investment team. The hire will aid portfolio managers in all aspects of the investment sourcing, underwriting and diligence process for primary fund investments and co-investments; perform ongoing monitoring, analysis and reporting of investments as well as the aggregate portfolio; and work with operations, accounting, tax and legal departments as part of the investment due diligence and execution process. Candidates should have five years of relevant work experience (i.e. performing due diligence and executing private equity funds and co-investments, leveraged finance/banking, credit underwriting); an MBA or CFA is preferred. An accounting or financial undergraduate degree is a plus. The position is in Newark.
TZP Group is seeking a growth equity associate. Responsibilities include identifying and generating new investment thesis; new deal sourcing/outreach to proprietary investment opportunities; financial analysis and modeling; and conducting due diligence on prospective investment opportunities. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in financing, economics or related fields; and strong interest and experience in sourcing investment opportunities. The position is in New York City.
Fidelity Investments is looking to hire an associate. The hire will own the technical and scientific evaluation of investment opportunities in emerging disruptive science including, but not limited to, advanced computing, energy, materials and natural resources. He or she will be part of a new investment team to develop and evaluate new opportunities and help handle existing portfolio companies. Candidates should have advanced degrees (preferably a Ph.D.) and research interests in a scientific field, preferably in physics, material science or computer science. Also, they should have proven interest in emerging technologies and disruptive science with a view on future trends. The position is in Boston.