Private Equity Jobs of the Week: Wellington, BlackRock and NEA are hiring

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

Atlantic Group is seeking a vice president/director of private equity. The hire will be responsible for all facets of the investment process including investment screening, financial modeling, due diligence, creating and delivering investment committee presentations, industry research, legal documentation, financing and portfolio monitoring/management. Candidates should have principal investing experience in real assets, real estate or infrastructure. Those with leasing experience at a financing company may also be considered. The position is in New York.

BlackRock Private Equity Partners is searching for an associate. The hire will act as a “deal quarterback” to participate in and lead all aspects of the investment lifecycle. He or she will be an active participant in the fund selection and direct co-investment process by performing screening, research, financial modeling and other quantitative and qualitative analyses as part of the investment team. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree—an MBA would be a plus—and some relevant training or investment experience. The position is in Princeton, New Jersey.

Wellington Management is on the hunt for a private equity operations director. The hire will be responsible for overseeing the operations supporting the firm’s private market efforts across all facets of the investment life-cycle from sourcing through exit. Candidates should have a minimum of ten years of relevant experience in a private markets investment or management role. A MBA or CFA is preferred. The position is in Boston.

Hudson Gate Partners is looking to hire a private equity investor relations associate. The position will focus primarily on investor relations but will have longer term business development opportunities. The candidate will interface directly with the leaders of the firm. Candidates should have two to five years of financial services experience, including investor relations at a private equity firm or investment banking. The position is in New York.

New Enterprise Associates is searching for an East Coast analyst to work with the investment team. Duties for the two-year role at the venture firm include creating and maintaining sector market maps of key start-ups and larger companies as part of NEA’s thesis generation, investment screening and due diligence efforts; discovering potential new investments; and helping existing portfolio companies. Candidates should have “0 – 2 years” of work experience. Those with professional experience, a background in finance, consulting, engineering, product, design, or operational experience within a startup, is preferred. The position is in New York.