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Electrical Engineer/Product Manager – Energy Services | Chanje Energy, Inc. | Los Angeles, CA | Energy

ABOUT CHANJE ENERGY
Chanje is a California-based OEM delivering medium duty electric vehicles and turnkey energy infrastructure for the last mile industry. We are focused on creating sustainable solutions that improve how companies move people and packages from transportation hubs to their final destinations.

Our opportunity is bigger than simply replacing fossil fuel vehicles with electric. Our long-term vision is to create sustainable urban solutions that improve the last mile and positively impact people, businesses, and communities.

We are here to change energy. Our work starts with changing the fuel of transportation, but we are driven by a much bigger purpose. This larger purpose is to change human energy. We do this by becoming both a catalyst for and an example of positive intention.

At Chanje, we subscribe to the theory of abundance. Life and business can be win-win. We view our world from a mindset of plenty. We bring this attitude into all areas of our business — both internally and externally.

As a Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO), we are committed to the development of our work family – professionally and personally. Everyone at Chanje is equipped with a toolkit that allows them to communicate openly, assess their strengths and weaknesses, cultivate their coaching competencies, grow their consciousness, and reflect.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Electrical Engineer/Product Manager – Energy Services will help the Chanje Energy Services team ensure that the charging infrastructure it installs at customer depots is robust, cost-effective, complies with applicable codes and standards, meets customer needs, and is future-proof as charging technology evolves. This position is responsible for performing initial design work for Chanje depots and reviewing the work of Chanje’s engineering and construction contractors, as well as helping to manage a growing product portfolio of best-in-class charging and electrical hardware and software solutions for Chanje’s customers. In the future, these solutions will include distributed solar PV and battery storage, and microgrid applications. As Chanje’s customer base grows, this position will have significant influence in the deployment of a major portion of the commercial EV fleet charging infrastructure nation-wide.  

This position works out of the Chanje Headquarters in Hawthorne, CA and reports to the Senior Product Manager of Energy Services.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Support the development and refinement of Chanje’s charging product portfolio over time to minimize costs and improve capabilities (e.g., selection of best-in-class vendors and models of chargers and other electrical equipment up to the utility transformer, as well as related software capabilities)
  • Evaluate the technical merits and business case for adopting new charging technologies (e.g., higher-power DC chargers, inductive charging, vehicle-grid integration, etc.) as new technologies emerge
  • Coordinate with Chanje Engineering team on vehicle charging-related issues such as onboard charger capacity or vehicle-charger communications
  • Develop design standards (CAD templates, cost models, component lists and specifications) for Chanje EV fleet depots that are flexible, robust and future-proof
  • Review and critically evaluate detailed designs and bid packages from engineering/construction contractors
  • Help to manage electric utility processes at fleet customer facilities (e.g., transformer upgrades, new service/meter)
  • Serve as in-house subject matter expert on energy technologies
  • Work closely with Chanje construction managers and outside contractors to implement Chanje infrastructure designs at customer sites and ensure high quality
  • Define and execute testing/validation protocols for all charging and electrical equipment used in Chanje depots, and cross-validation with battery storage, solar PV, etc.
  • Help with planning of microgrid and other cutting-edge technology R&D projects in the fleet electrification space
  • Support the implementation of charging management software
  • Other duties as needed to support the company, such as general electrical engineering or energy data analysis required within the Energy Services business
  • Dedicate time to personal development assignments and be willing to get on the mat and practice
  • Must be open to domestic and international travel

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in electrical engineering required
  • Professional Engineer license in electrical engineering (power specialty) desired
  • At least 5 years of experience in electrical engineering required
  • Experience with EV charging infrastructure design, and utility interconnection and electrical permitting processes desired
  • Strong familiarity with NEC and other electrical code requirements desired
  • Experience with battery storage systems, distributed solar PV systems, fuel cells or microturbines, microgrids, and utility distribution systems is a plus, but not required
  • Construction experience is a plus, but not required, as is experience working with outside contractors on engineering and construction projects
  • Product management experience related to energy technologies (hardware and/or software) is a plus
  • Experience with hands-on electrical equipment testing/validation for quality and compliance desired, and ability to help diagnose and resolve electrical equipment issues or failures
  • Some familiarity with communications protocols relevant to energy infrastructure (e.g., OpenADR, OCPP, IEEE 2030.5/SEP 2.0, etc.) and cellular/Wifi networking issues related to energy hardware would be helpful
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite required
  • Entrepreneurial spirit with a mindset of always asking how can I do this better?
  • Strong planning, organizational, communication and writing skills
  • Ability to work independently and be held accountable for committed actions
  • Must work and interact well with others in a highly collaborative environment
  • Valid Passport
  • A willingness to change energy!

Chanje is expressly committed to the personal development of its employees. As such, employees are given access to a host of leadership and development tools through an ongoing organizational and personal development curriculum.

Given this commitment, the Electrical Engineer/Product Manager is expected to:

  • Be willing to learn, practice, and employ Chanje’s development tools. Including feedback, reflection, and coaching.
  • Be willing to identify personal areas for growth and work to improve them.
  • Participate in the regular cadences of the organizational and personal development curriculum including weekly team practices, weekly assignments, and monthly coaching sessions.
  • For managerial purposes, establish a literacy and proficiency of the Chanje tools which allows for the support and development of team members.
  • Have the developed skills to coach others or show an aptitude to develop this skill set.
  • Have the developed skills to integrate and support Chanje’s development tools across your team’s regular business rhythms or show an aptitude to develop this skill set.

HOW TO APPLY
Email your resume to careers@chanje.com.

Sr. Manager/Director of Field Operations | Chanje Energy, Inc. | Los Angeles, CA | Energy

ABOUT CHANJE ENERGY
Chanje is a California-based OEM delivering medium duty electric vehicles and turnkey energy infrastructure for the last mile industry. We are focused on creating sustainable solutions that improve how companies move people and packages from transportation hubs to their final destinations.

Our opportunity is bigger than simply replacing fossil fuel vehicles with electric. Our long-term vision is to create sustainable urban solutions that improve the last mile and positively impact people, businesses, and communities.

We are here to change energy. Our work starts with changing the fuel of transportation, but we are driven by a much bigger purpose. This larger purpose is to change human energy. We do this by becoming both a catalyst for and an example of positive intention.

At Chanje, we subscribe to the theory of abundance. Life and business can be win-win. We view our world from a mindset of plenty. We bring this attitude into all areas of our business — both internally and externally.

As a Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO), we are committed to the development of our work family – professionally and personally. Everyone at Chanje is equipped with a toolkit that allows them to communicate openly, assess their strengths and weaknesses, cultivate their coaching competencies, grow their consciousness, and reflect.

JOB DESCRIPTION
As Sr. Manager or Director Field Operations this position will report to Vice President, Energy Services. She/He will oversee third party construction of EV Charging Infrastructure for our fleet customers.

The Sr. Manager or Director will be responsible to develop, coordinate, manage, and lead the Company’s EV infrastructure construction operations and ongoing maintenance services necessary to meet project schedules and cost targets while achieving exceptional customer satisfaction. This is a unique opportunity to shape the future of the EV industry by overseeing the largest single-fleet charging infrastructure buildout in the nation, and setting the standard for future EV deployments. 

This position works out of the Corporate Headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Oversee the EV infrastructure field operations of the Company, including all construction activity, to drive desired Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)
  • Secure, manage, and oversee all remote and onsite field operations activities
  • Work closely with EPC partners to manage construction activities in the field and deliver high-quality turnkey installations
  • Manage the entire design-build process, and define internal processes for project management according to industry best practices
  • Understanding of all facets of the construction process
  • Review-recommend-approve cost proposals and estimates
  • Perform cost analysis for completed and future project to institute continuous improvement
  • Work with electric utilities and local AHJs to manage design and project approvals as required
  • Utilize industry standard construction management software programs (Ex: Procore) to track and analyze active and completed projects
  • Ability to plan and see the “big picture”
  • Competent in conflict and crisis management
  • Ability to lead, manage, direct employees-Leadership and human resources management skills
  • Excellent time and project management skills
  • Other duties as needed to support the company
  • Dedicate time to personal development assignments and be willing to get on the mat and practice

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Proven working experience in a leadership role at the Manager or Director level
  • “On Site” construction management experience (larger national scale projects including DC fast charging and/orEV charging stations for corporations preferred)
  • Utility-New electrical building service experience preferred
  • Expert knowledge of Safety, building products, construction details, electrical regulations, and quality standards. NEC, NFPA-70, OSHA 10-30
  • Working Knowledge of Utility Government funded programs, prevailing wage, and Davis Bacon Act reporting a plus
  • Current or previous C10 electrical or General Builder license holder
  • BS degree in construction management, architecture, engineering, or related field preferred
  • 10+ years’ experience in construction management or equivalent of education/work experience in the electric vehicle charging industry
  • Operations & Maintenance experience in the electric vehicle charging equipment service industry (On Road/Off road/Airport)
  • Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) automotive manufacturing experience a plus
  • Previous experience managing third party design and construction companies is a plus
  • Operating company vehicles or heavy machinery/equipment may be required for this role
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite required
  • Entrepreneurial spirit with a mindset of always asking how can I do this better?
  • Strong planning, organizational, communication and writing skills
  • Ability to work independently and be held accountable for committed actions
  • Must work and interact well with others in a highly collaborative environment
  • Valid passport & valid driver’s License
  • A willingness to change energy!

Chanje is expressly committed to the personal development of its employees. As such, employees are given access to a host of leadership and development tools through an ongoing organizational and personal development curriculum.

Given this commitment, the Sr. Manager or Director Field Operations is expected to:

  • Be willing to learn, practice, and employ Chanje’s development tools. Including feedback, reflection, and coaching.
  • Be willing to identify personal areas for growth and work to improve them.
  • Participate in the regular cadences of the organizational and personal development curriculum including weekly team practices, weekly assignments, and monthly coaching sessions.
  • For managerial purposes, establish a literacy and proficiency of the Chanje tools which allows for the support and development of team members.
  • Have the developed skills to coach others or show an aptitude to develop this skill set.
  • Have the developed skills to integrate and support Chanje’s development tools across your team’s regular business rhythms or show an aptitude to develop this skill set.

HOW TO APPLY
Email your resume to careers@chanje.com.

private equity & venture

Associate | LFM Capital | Nashville, TN | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT LFM CAPITAL
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Nashville, TN, LFM Capital is a private equity firm that invests in private lower middle-market North American manufacturing and industrial services companies with outstanding growth prospects. LFM was founded by a team of experienced and successful Fortune 50 global operating executives and private equity professionals who bring decades of management leadership, operating best practices and a successful track record in lower middle-market investing. LFM has raised $295 million of committed capital and targets lead or control investments in market-leading niche manufacturing and industrial service companies with enterprise values in the range of $15 to $125 million. For more information, please visit www.lfmcapital.com.

JOB DESCRIPTION
LFM Capital is seeking an Associate to join the firm’s Investment Team. The Associate will focus on all aspects of the firm’sinvestment mandate including analyzing and executing private equity investments, as well as monitoring portfolio companies and supporting value creation initiatives. The position requires transaction evaluation including business, industry and financial due diligence, modeling and valuation, and preparation of investment committee memoranda and presentations.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Evaluating new investment opportunities including leading financial analysis/modeling, industry research, competitive research, and general due diligence on potential investments
  • Developing flexible financial models to analyze investment projections and returns and perform valuation analyses
  • Coordinating and leading key aspects of third-party due diligence
  • Drafting investment memoranda and other internal and investor communications
  • Assisting in negotiation and documentation of M&A and financing transactions
  • Working directly with lending partners to raise debt financing for new transactions
  • Actively managing existing portfolio investments and supporting portfolio companies’ management teams
  • Working directly with the management teams at portfolio companies to implement strategic plans, drive acquisition opportunities, assist with budgeting and forecasting, and support other board level initiatives

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE
Qualified candidate should demonstrate sound investment judgment and have strong analytical and financial modeling skills with prior work experience (1 – 3 years) in investment banking, private equity, or management consulting. Transaction execution and diligence experience is required. Investing out of its second fund, LFM maintains an entrepreneurial environment and the candidate must be self-motivated and able to work as part of a small team encompassing investment, operations, and accounting personnel. The position requires a mature and ambitious individual who is comfortable handling multiple assignments efficiently. The candidate must also possess exceptional interpersonal and oral/written communications skills.

HOW TO APPLY
All interested candidates should send their resumes to Conner Harris (Conner@lfmcapital.com).

Business Intelligence Director | Greenspring Associates | Baltimore, MD | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT GREENSPRING ASSOCIATES
Greenspring Associates is one of the largest venture capital investment firms in the world, currently managing over $10 billion in assets across fund, direct and secondary investment strategies. The Firm has over 100 employees with offices in Baltimore, Maryland and Palo Alto, California.

Greenspring Associates was founded in 2000 and has been actively investing in venture capital partnerships, expansion stage venture/growth equity direct investments, and secondary market positions through its fund vehicles.

JOB DESCRIPTION
We are growing! We are looking to hire a Business Intelligence Director. The Business Intelligence Director will play a significant role in preparing and reviewing quarterly performance reporting for the purposes of the Firm’s marketing materials, special Limited Partner requests and facilitating other strategic reporting projects for the Firm. This position will report directly to the CFO and be responsible for several direct reports of the BI Team.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Review Fund Model updated by Performance Manager weekly for investment decisions and activity
  • Participate in Partners calls to update models in real time as decisions are made
  • Participate in LPAC calls to answer questions regarding Fund Model metrics
  • Review weekly update on fund pacing prepared by Performance Manager
  • Provide ad hoc analysis on portfolio construction of funds for purposes of partner offsites
  • Review all performance calculations for: direct investments, fund investments, secondary investment, overall fund PMEs, net IRR splits, etc.
  • Put together/review all data/performance related RFIs and LP Requests
  • Serve as main point of contact for fund managers as it relates to outsourced Business Intelligence
  • Participate in LP meetings telling the story of GA Data and showcasing efforts and accomplishments, including presentation of certain systems/applications and their capabilities

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Ability to deliver results using analytical/problem-solving skills
  • Ability to assess, manage and optimize the design and delivery of data warehousing
  • Familiar with ETL design and development
  • Ability to manage large data sets of multiple sources
  • Ability to manage the design, development and implementation of an information system
  • Ability to employ best practices related to data governance (along with data quality, master data management)
  • 5 – 7+ years of experience in public accounting with a track record of outperformance
  • Advanced Microsoft Office (including Excel and PowerPoint) skills required
  • Familiarity of the private equity/venture capital market, especially performance metrics
  • Ability to operate in a demanding and fast-paced environment and balance multiple tasks
  • Significant overtime as well as availability outside of normal business hours required frequently, especially during quarterly reporting cycles
  • Articulate, polished and well-rounded with strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Familiarity with CRM and Data Visualization solutions, Salesforce and DOMO/Power BI preferred
  • A highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work both independently and within a team context

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.greenspringassociates.com/careers/jobs/bi-director/

Client Services Associate | Seavest Investment Group | White Plains, NY | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT SEAVEST INVESTMENT GROUP
Seavest Investment Group (Seavest) is an established diversified investment firm with two investment platforms: (1) Seavest Healthcare Properties, which invests in healthcare real estate and is on its fifth fund and (2) Rethink Capital Partners, which is a leading impact investment platform that has launched four investment funds that focus on both financial and social [impact] returns.

The firm’s HQ is in White Plains, NY with satellite offices in New York City, Washington D.C., and San Francisco, and is a Registered Investment Advisor with the SEC. The Associate will be based in the HQ office in White Plains, NY and will report to the Director of Investor Relations.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Seavest is seeking an experienced Client Services Associate to join our growing team in White Plains, NY. This person will play a critical role at Seavest working within a team handling day-to-day client communications and related investor account administration for various registered funds. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a team that will contribute to the growth of the firm and over time top performers will have the opportunity to lead new team initiatives and expand responsibilities.

  • Lead individual investor communications by gathering data from partnerships with internal teams (investment, accounting, compliance) and senior management
  • Carry out investor operations from onboarding to closing process: subscription document review, AML, capital calls, maintain client accounts, investor mailing, quarterly and annual reporting, capital activity
  • Coordinate marketing material updates and investor meeting logistics

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Rigorous management of client activities, questions, requests and reporting on a daily basis to maintain highest quality client experience and service
  • Maintain CRM of client accounts and associated portal to ensure accurate and up-to-date information and follow-up with clients as needed.
  • Build out CRM use cases to streamline processes
  • Provide excellent client service; respond to day-to-day inquiries and interactions with clients
  • Assist in the research and implementation of client solutions

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • 2-4 years of rich client/customer relationship building, investor/client relations, fund administrative or accounting, finance or hedge fund, VC or PE team support
  • Someone who is operationally oriented with keen attention to details, loves problem solving & streamlining processes, and has strong interpersonal skills.
  • Working knowledge of Private Equity/Venture fund operations, either through fund administration, client service/investor relations or fund accounting/operations experience
  • Responsible, self-starter, highly adaptable and fast learner. We are looking for someone who can thrive in a fast-paced environment with support – we trust you to execute and ask for help when you need it.
  • A learner who likes variety and will enjoy partnering closely with all departments in the firm
  • A process creator, extremely organized and efficiently executing to meet deadlines
  • An expert communicator crafting detailed and thoughtful written and oral communications
  • Collaborative team member and individual contributor supporting multiple funds and capable of facilitating great work with team members
  • Curious achiever with a positive attitude and eagerness to take on new tasks
  • Highly skilled in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and CRM database. Photoshop or InDesign is a plus

HOW TO APPLY
If this job seems like a good fit, please email your resume and cover letter to emolloy@seavestinc.com.

CLOSES
09/01/2020

Entrepreneur-in-Residence | Female Founders Fund | New York, NY or Remote | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT FEMALE FOUNDERS FUND
Female Founders Fund is an early-stage venture fund investing in technology companies founded by women. Launched in 2014, the fund has built the most recognized brand investing in leading female-led technology companies like Zola, Tala, ELOQUII, Maven Clinic, Co–Star, Winky Lux, Billie and more. Read more about FFF in Time and Inc., watch us on the Today Show and CNBC, or listen to us on Girlboss Radio.

We are backed by some of the most impressive female entrepreneurs – Melinda Gates, Anne Wojceki of 23andme, Susan Wojceki the CEO of YouTube, Katrina Lake the Founder of Stitchfix, Whitney Wolfe Herd of Bumble, as well as FFF portfolio founders like Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola, Kate Ryder of Maven Clinic, Georgie Gooley of Billie, Michelle Kennedy of Peanut, Mariah Chase of Eloquii, and others. Beyond the investment, we have an unparalleled network of operators, CEO’s, and industry experts who provide valuable operating experience and mentorship to our portfolio founders and future EIR.

Female Founders Fund was created to address the inequity that prevails and the fact that less than 3% of venture funding goes to female founders. Women—especially women of color—are still vastly underrepresented and funding has largely been inaccessible to black and brown women. We particularly encourage people who are under-represented and systematically excluded in the investment and startup space to apply.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Female Founders Fund is looking to partner with an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) to incubate their current or soon to be technology startup. We’re looking for founders who bring a diversity of thought, experience, perspectives, background and talents.

Below are some of the archetypes for this role:

  • If you are a serial entrepreneur and are looking for help to identify and launch your next opportunity.
  • If you have worked in big tech/ corporate America and are looking to put your skills and expertise towards a mission of your own.
  • If you have seen what it takes to build a startup as an early employee and are eager to build your own founder journey.

Location for this position is flexible. The FFF team is based in NYC, but we are currently working remotely.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • You’ve previously started, lead, operated in early-stage startups and/or big tech
  • While you do not need an existing idea, you are set on founding a company
  • Demonstrated commitment to Female Founders Fund’s mission
  • A proven track record, problem-solving mindset paired with strategic thinking
  • You would benefit from a structured process and or thought partner to build the next BIG thing

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • You love challenges, solving problems, and thrive in ambiguity
  • You know your core strengths, but you also know when and how to seek help from others
  • You know how to hustle and you thrive in entrepreneurial environments
  • You spring to action and you find workarounds when there is no work around
  • Low ego / learning oriented / humor is a plus

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://angel.co/company/female-founders-fund/jobs/876223-entrepreneur-in-residence

CLOSES
The application is rolling. There is no official application deadline or start date, and we will continue to review applications until we find the best fit.

Financial Analyst | Aeroterm | Annapolis, MD | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT AEROTERM
Realterm is a real estate private equity firm with $5+ billion in assets under management across three logistics-focused investment management platforms: Aeroterm, Realterm Logistics and IndoSpace Logistics Parks. Aeroterm is the largest owner and manager of on-airport logistics facilities in North America, Realterm Logistics is the largest third-party owner and manager of high flow-through logistics real estate in North America, and IndoSpace Logistics Parks is the largest industrial developer in India. Realterm executes these strategies by leveraging its core investment principles:

  • Focusing on niche real estate segments with favorable supply/demand characteristics;
  • Delivering compelling investment performance through aggregation and institutionalization of its assets;
  • Maintaining a relentless focus on intrinsic value and margin of safety

JOB DESCRIPTION
Realterm is seeking a highly motivated college graduate with ~1 year of experience to join the fast-growing Aeroterm team. Aeroterm’s portfolio includes ~130 properties at 36 airports across North America totaling ~17 million square feet. Successful candidates will gain exposure to all aspects of the real estate private equity business, including acquisitions, developments, leasing and asset management, and will work closely with the most senior leaders of the firm.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Creating and maintaining complex financial models (i.e., Argus and Excel)
  • Supporting the leasing and asset management for portfolio properties including analyzing potential leases, reviewing annual budgets, and forecasting of cash flows.
  • Supporting the sourcing, underwriting, and execution of investment opportunities
  • Supporting the investment due diligence process
  • Creating internal and external meeting and reporting materials, including Investment Committee, customer, partner, investor and lender reports and presentations
  • Researching investment markets and interfacing with prospective tenants, airport authorities, community stakeholders and third-party partners

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Recent graduate or professional with 1+/- yrs. experience.
  • BA/BS Degree, majors in Accounting, Economics, Finance or Real Estate preferred
  • Strong financial modeling and analytical skills including an excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office (i.e., PowerPoint, Excel, Word)
  • Ability to conceive and execute on bespoke investment and strategic analyses
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate complex concepts concisely
  • Ability to work well in a fast-paced team environment
  • Positive attitude and a very strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail, highly organized and proactive
  • Ability to learn quickly, a high degree of intellectual curiosity, and a passion for real estate and investing

HOW TO APPLY
Please send your resume to lwilson@realterm.com to apply for this position.

CLOSES
Open until filled.

Office Administrator | Diversified Trust | Nashville, TN | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT DIVERSIFIED TRUST
Diversified Trust is an employee-owned comprehensive wealth management firm based in the Southeast with over $6.5 billion of client assets under management. Our clients include individuals, multi-generational families, family offices, foundations, endowments, and retirement plans. We employ an array of wealth strategies and services to help our clients accomplish their goals.

JOB DESCRIPTION
As an Office Administrator, a typical day might include the following:

Management of Office Reception and Conference Rooms

  • Greeting and welcoming office guests and directing visitors to the appropriate person(s) office or meeting location
  • Scheduling meeting rooms and coordinating AV needs
  • Managing phone coverage; answering, screening and forwarding incoming calls
  • Ensuring reception area and conference rooms are tidy and presentable, with all necessary supplies
  • Ensuring proper security measures are followed at all times

Administrative Responsibilities / Employee Support

  • Providing administrative support for executive management, principals and other staff, as assigned, including expense reports and special projects
  • Preparing and proofreading documents, letters and envelopes for office personnel; assisting with printing and binding of client presentations, and facilitating general mass mailings, newsletters, office announcements and correspondence, as needed
  • Managing multiple travel schedules/arrangements, coordinating calendars and appointments
  • Assisting Business Manager with event planning, coordination and management
  • Handling primary day-to-day supplier and vendor management, overseeing office supply inventory, reviewing account invoices for accuracy and approval
  • Ensuring workroom and breakroom are tidy and presentable with all necessary supplies
  • Ensuring security and confidentiality of client and company management information

Coordination of Internal and External Mail Distribution and Deliveries

  • Manage workflow to ensure accurate and timely distribution and delivery of all incoming and outgoing mail, packages and other client and/or office deliveries

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • 5 years of experience in a professional office environment preferred
  • Professional appearance
  • Excellent interpersonal, telephone and written communication skills
  • Highly organized with keen attention to detail and able to work with minimal oversight
  • Dedicated team player with a strong work ethic and ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Highly proficient in MS Office, Adobe and contact management software

HOW TO APPLY
If this job seems like a good fit, please email your resume and cover letter to HR-Nashville@diversifiedtrust.com

Operational Due Diligence Analyst | Aksia | San Diego, CA | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT AKSIA
Aksia provides specialist alternative investment research and portfolio advisory solutions to institutional investors.

Aksia LLC, together with its wholly-owned subsidiaries, (collectively, “Aksia”) advises on over $150 billion of client alternative allocations. We represent experienced pension plans, insurance companies, government-related institutions, endowments, foundations and superannuation funds.

Aksia employs over 250 professionals organized into specialist teams, including 122 investment research, operational due diligence, and risk management professionals. The firm is 100% employee owned by its 16 partners and is headquartered in New York, with offices in San Diego, London, Tokyo, Danvers, Athens, and Hong Kong.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Aksia is actively seeking an Analyst to join our Operational Due Diligence team.  Operational due diligence involves on-site visits/meetings with fund managers, verification with various service providers, reference checking, and document reviews.  A significant portion of the role will entail liaising with external parties while performing due diligence and background checks, as well as reviewing underlying funds’ financial and legal documents.  Drafting reports involves extensive writing for Aksia’s institutional clients.  New hires will develop both the subjective and objective skills necessary to assess the business risks of alternative funds from an investor’s perspective.  Over time, all operational due diligence professionals are expected to forge their own relationships throughout the industry.

This position is based in Aksia’s San Diego office and will include regular interaction with global colleagues and clients.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Conducting operational due diligence calls and meetings
  • Assessing fraud risk, back office sufficiency, conflicts of interest and other potential business risks
  • Drafting research reports and communicating research findings to clients

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • 1 to 3 years of accounting, audit, operations, compliance or legal experience
  • Solid academic record
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Ability to think analytically and critically
  • Positive attitude
  • Team player
  • Strong work ethic

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.aksia.com/careers.htm?gh_jid=4636073002&gh_src=20abc51e2

Principal | IGNITE Mezzanine Capital Partners | Los Angeles, CA or Dallas, TX | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT IGNITE MEZZANINE CAPITAL PARTNERS
IGNITE Mezzanine Capital Partners (“Ignite” or the “Firm”) is a mezzanine private equity firm focused exclusively on the consumer sector. The Firm is completing a $500M fund raising effort which is expected to close by June 30, 2020. Ignite is a new investment firm founded by executives with decades of experience in investment, executive leadership and consulting to exceptional consumer brands in the retail, direct to consumer and restaurant industries. The firm management team includes partners of Lion Capital, a $5B+ global, consumer focused private equity firm and OPEN Realty Advisors, the premier advisor to consumer brands on real estate growth strategies, including real estate development and direct private equity investment activities. This powerful combination of investment and management talent has advised, led (as CEO and BOD), and invested more than $10 Billion in equity and mezzanine capital into more than 100 of some of the best known consumer brands in the industry, including Jimmy Choo, Apple, Restoration Hardware, Weetabix, Quizno’s, Kettle, Warby Parker, and numerous others. Ignite’s primary strategy will be to invest $10M-$50M of mezzanine capital into best in class, small and middle market consumer companies seeking to reignite their businesses as the economy emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Principal position will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the investment team, including collaborating with a team of Partners, Associates and Analysts on all facets of Ignite’s activities. The Principal will have full exposure to all aspects of mezzanine investing including new investment screening, due diligence, financial analysis, credit underwriting and structuring, negotiation and documentation, and portfolio management. Key responsibilities include:

  • Collaborating with the Firm’s Partners, Associates and Analysts and leading the analysis and modeling of prospective investment opportunities
  • Performing detailed market and consumer sector due diligence
  • Leading the Firm’s credit underwriting standards including assisting firm management with deal specific securities structuring of terms, protective covenants and pricing
  • Preparing materials for investment committee meetings
  • Monitoring performance of existing portfolio companies
  • Interfacing with intermediaries and executives from current/potential portfolio companies
JOB REQUIREMENTS
  • At least 5 years of investment banking, private equity and underwriting experience with concentration in leveraged finance, mezzanine and/or private credit securities
  • Experience in the consumer sector preferred
  • Exceptional academic background; MBA preferred
  • Strong time management, personal organization skills and ability to manage competing priorities and meet deadlines
  • Attention to detail & superior financial modeling skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • A team player with a strong work ethic and keen to help others wherever possible
  • Ability and willingness to travel as necessary 

HOW TO APPLY
Please send your resume to eric@ignitemcp.com.

Principal | Lock 8 Partners | Washington, DC, Boston, or New York | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT LOCK 8 PARTNERS
Lock 8 Partners is seeking an energetic and growth-oriented Principal to join a small team with big ambitions. Lock 8 Partners was founded in 2019 to invest in and operate high-potential SaaS companies. We acquire businesses with $1M – $5M in ARR and proven products that solve demonstrated market needs. By bringing in new senior leadership, refining go-to-market approach, and aligning product strategy, Lock 8 optimizes the performance of solid, bootstrapped businesses to help them achieve scale. Through our operating experience, we have developed a proven but adaptable framework for driving sustainable growth – because good businesses are made, not found. Lock 8 accesses a pool of capital provided by established investors, including premier SaaS-focused growth equity funds and fund-of-funds. Lock 8 is based in Washington, DC. Although this position is ideally located in DC, we will consider candidates in Boston or New York.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The role provides an unparalleled environment for an investment professional at an inflection point in her / his career. This position offers a rare blend of (a) meaningful, high-stakes investing responsibilities, (b) visibility into the operations of portfolio companies, (c) an opportunity to shape and build the working environment at an early-stage, non-traditional investment firm, and (d) a unique experiential learning environment that balances autonomous on-the-job training with a commitment to ongoing feedback and coaching.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
There are four primary areas of responsibility for this role:

  1. Investing / transaction-related activities
  2. Sourcing initiatives
  3. Portfolio company support
  4. Firm-building efforts

1. INVESTING / TRANSACTION-RELATED ACTIVITIES

  • Due Diligence: Lead diligence efforts; including extensive company-specific research across commercial, financial, legal, product, technology, and market.
  • Financial Modeling: Build financial models to evaluate investments across a range of scenarios / outcomes; analyze and influence purchase pricing, financing structure, and operational planning.
  • Investment Decisions: Develop and present materials directly to the investment committee, including investment committee memos, synthesis of diligence information, and sector theses.
  • Deal Documentation: Work with sellers and legal counsel to structure and negotiate purchase agreements and related deal documents.

2. SOURCING INITIATIVES

  • Investment Thesis: Develop industry knowledge and contacts to help drive investment strategy; build theses and communicate attractiveness of particular sectors and investment opportunities.
  • Deal Origination: Source new investments, identify potential target companies, filter companies by applying Lock 8 criteria, and propose qualifying businesses for further exploration.
  • Sourcing Engine: Develop a network of deal-sourcers by interfacing with industry peers, attending conferences, and leveraging technology to scale Lock 8’s origination efforts.

3. PORTFOLIO COMPANY SUPPORT

  • Value Creation: Collaborate with L8 Managing Director and Operating Partner to implement Lock 8 model for building sustainable, long-term value in portfolio companies.
  • KPI Framework: Design and implement consistent framework for reporting / analysis of KPI’s across portfolio companies; actively participate in monthly pulse-check meetings with portco’s.
  • CEO Support: Develop a trusting, collaborative relationship with portfolio company CEO’s; provide as needed assistance relating to business and market analysis projects.

4. FIRM-BUILDING EFFORTS

  • Fund / Financial Management: Provide internal budget / financial oversight by serving as primary L8 interface to outsourced accountants, fund managers, banks, and other advisors.
  • Investor Relations: Support Lock 8’s limited partners via various reporting, communications, and presentation activities.
  • Systems & Processes: Play an active role in developing platform of business systems to support Lock 8 as the firm scales team and operations.
  • Team and Culture: Contribute significantly to establishing a culture and environment that reflects our values, supports our growth ambitions, and fosters a healthy, happy workplace.

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Growth Mindset: This Principal should have a deep-rooted interest in investing and entrepreneurship and be excited about growing both portfolio companies and our own firm.
  • Experience / Success: Ideal candidates will have 1-4 years of investment (VC/PE, investment banking) or management consulting experience, preferably with experience in B2B software.
  • Raw Horsepower: Excellent analytical and organizational skills, and the ability to engage at a strategic, operational, and financial level with a sophisticated board of directors.
  • Contrarian Gene: This person is looking to apply their significant skillset in a non-traditional environment that offers an unparalleled level of autonomy, flexibility, and creativity.
  • Relentless Communications: Outstanding communications skills (writing, speaking, presenting) and a willingness to share with the highest levels of honesty, integrity, and judgment.
  • “Want-To” Factor: The ideal candidate is genuinely excited by this opportunity and brings to it a mindset that is tireless, motivated, and committed to collaboration. Personal characteristics include: high EQ, dedication to learning, natural humility, hunger for coaching, and unstoppable desire to get stuff done as a team.

HOW TO APPLY
Please email Todd Gibby at todd@lock8partners.com.

Private Equity Research Associate | StepStone Group | San Diego, CA | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT STEPSTONE GROUP
StepStone is a global private markets investment firm focused on providing customized investment solutions and advisory and data services to some of the most sophisticated investors in the world. With more than US$280 billion of private markets allocations, including over US$62 billion of assets under management as of December 31, 2019, StepStone covers the spectrum of opportunities in private markets across the globe. The firm uses a disciplined, research-focused approach to prudently integrate fund investments, secondaries and co-investments across the private equity, infrastructure, private debt and real estate asset classes.

JOB DESCRIPTION
StepStone is currently seeking candidates with excellent quantitative, qualitative and interpersonal skills for an Associate position on StepStone’s Private Equity Research Team. The position’s primary role is to engage broadly in various areas of the private equity industry, but will work primarily on StepStone’s Venture Capital and Growth Equity team. 

The Associate is expected to have a strong understanding of corporate finance and a demonstrable interest in the private markets. The individual will work in a team environment with other Research team members to target and perform due diligence on selected private equity fund managers; analyze PPMs, financial statements and investment returns; and conduct reference calls and personal interviews. The candidate will also be expected to perform asset-level due diligence on co-investment and secondary opportunities alongside existing and prospective VC and Growth Equity sponsors.

The position will have the opportunity to present recommendations to the investment team and the Firm’s Investment Committee. 

StepStone prides itself on the Firm’s collegial atmosphere, encouraging team-building initiatives and a collaborative approach to accomplishing projects. The position will have exposure to all levels of the Firm, from Partners to Analysts, on a daily basis. The Associate will often have opportunities to interact with many of the top fund managers in the private equity industry. The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree and 3 to 6 years of private equity, investment banking, consulting, or other relevant experience, including up to 3 years of direct, secondaries and/or co-investment experience. The Associate will adhere to the highest ethical standards, as well as demonstrate maturity, reliability, and attentiveness to detail.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Source and lead investment opportunities, primarily in technology/software, healthcare, and consumer sectors.
  • Interpret financial analyses, including investment track records/financial statements and prepare valuation analyses on private companies using a variety of metrics.
  • Perform market research using publicly available information and proprietary databases to identify, quantify and analyze macroeconomic trends across a variety of industry sectors.
  • Financial modeling, including basic leveraged buyout and cash flow analysis.
  • Support Senior Research staff on sourcing and managing the inflow of investment opportunities.
  • Assess marketing and supporting materials of prospective fund managers to identify key value drivers and important areas for further investigation.
  • Conduct phone interviews with senior executives to gather insights and information regarding the style and effectiveness of prospective investment opportunities and/or target fund managers.
  • Construct an argument around an opinion and efficiently communicate that argument both verbally and in written materials; be able to defend position in a team environment, including Investment Committee meetings.
  • Use creativity to source and analyze data and to test hypotheses regarding attractiveness of specific sectors and investment opportunities.
  • Monitor the performance of the Firm’s existing investment portfolio, fund managers and underlying portfolio companies; prepare for and participate in meetings with assigned managers, and conduct on-going due diligence.

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • BA/BS in Business, Finance, Economics or Accounting, or equivalent relevant experience
  • Demonstrated track record of academic and professional success
  • Proven ability to represent firm in written and interpersonal communications
  • Strong, demonstrable analytical capabilities, including strong quantitative/modeling skills
  • Leadership experience
  • High proficiency in Word, Power Point and Excel
  • Developed investment judgment with demonstrable understanding of risk/reward tradeoffs
  • Flexibility—StepStone is a young and entrepreneurial organization; all professionals are expected to perform multiple functions as the firm continues to grow and develop
  • Travel 5 to 7 days per month, primarily domestically, macro-environment providing
  • Intellectual curiosity related to technology/software, healthcare, and consumer trends
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain deep professional relationships
  • Promote and demonstrate a positive, team-oriented attitude
  • Applied experience in valuation and investment analysis, in both credit and equity
  • Enrollment in the CFA program or MBA from a leading university are plusses, but not required
  • Experience in consulting and/or client service

HOW TO APPLY
Please click here to apply: https://www.stepstoneglobal.com/who-we-are/careers/2256291/?gh_jid=2256291

Relationship Associate | Diversified Trust | Nashville, TN | Private Equity/Venture

ABOUT DIVERSIFIED TRUST
Diversified Trust is an employee-owned comprehensive wealth management firm based in the Southeast with over $7 billion of client assets under management. Our clients include individuals, multi-generational families, family offices, foundations, endowments and retirement plans. We provide tailored investment management, financial planning, trust and estate, family office, and institutional advisory services through our offices in Atlanta, Greensboro, Memphis and Nashville.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Diversified Trust is a growing company, looking to add to our Nashville Team. We are seeking highly motivated, service-oriented, entrepreneurial-minded individuals to join us.

The Relationship Associate works in partnership with a team of client professionals providing exceptional wealth management, family office, advisory and trust services to clients.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Client Service:

  • Oversee activities that support the client relationship team in daily account and business practices
  • Assist with the preparation of customized reports and presentations for current and prospective client meetings
  • Conduct periodic reviews of client accounts, statements, and reports including initial completion of annual administrative and investment reviews; ensure all required documentation is on file and accounts are properly coded
  • Attend periodic client meetings; follow up with clients and team members on outstanding client service items
  • Prudent management of business risks associated with prospective new business and ongoing relationship management of existing clients
  • Provide excellent client service; respond to day-to-day inquiries and interactions with clients and other client service team members; assist in the research of client solutions

Wealth Strategies:

  • Assist senior Wealth Strategists and other client service team members in developing and servicing client specific financial plans
  • Correspond with clients to obtain necessary information for financial plan development; review client source materials
  • Initial input of information into planning software for analysis and development of client presentation materials
  • Participate in wealth strategies team meetings and collaborate with colleagues to improve efficiency of wealth strategies processes and deliverables

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field, or equivalent education and related training; advanced degree preferred
  • CFP, CPA, CPWA or other advanced designation preferred
  • 3+ years of financial planning, estate and/or tax planning experience, investment advisory or comparable experience preferred
  • A working knowledge of the application of wealth management planning such as cash flow, education, retirement, risk management and insurance, tax, business tax, trust, and estate and wealth transfer
  • Experience with financial/investment technology platforms; proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint applications
  • Ethical practitioner with the ability to exercise sound judgment and effectively manage risk
  • Ability to develop trust and build internal and external relationships
  • Strong work ethic with the ability to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks within deadlines
  • Strong analytical abilities and excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Professional, pleasant and personable in dealing with clients
  • Adaptable in a rapidly changing environment

HOW TO APPLY
If this job seems like a good fit, please email your resume and cover letter to HR-Nashville@diversifiedtrust.com

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Account Manager | Skyroam | Remote | Real Estate

ABOUT SKYROAM
Skyroam was founded in Silicon Valley by technology veterans who have identified a common point of pain among fellow business travelers: getting a fast, reliable mobile internet connection while on the road is a challenge. And when returning home, the traveler invariably receives a shockingly high roaming bill. This problem is becoming more acute as data consumption skyrockets, driven by smartphones, tablets, netbooks, and even wearables. Skyroam’s solution to this problem is personal wifi hotspot for global travelers that provides easy, fast, secure and affordable mobile data around the world. The Skyroam Hotspot (previously “3Gmate”​) keeps you connected on the road; keeps your corporate data secure; and drives efficiency into your company’s BYOD program.

The next step for Skyroam is to power the Internet of Things. By leveraging our patented virtual SIM technology, Skyroam delivers a local SIM over the air to ensure a seamless data connection around the world for your IoT application. Skyroam’s vSIM technology enables companies in the wireless ecosystem to easily deploy mobile connectivity anywhere in the world, simplifying supply chain, reducing costs, and improving service levels. Visit us at www.skyroam.com for more information.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Are you a motivated and hands-on sales professional looking for a job on the front lines of the travel and consumer electronics industries?

Skyroam is looking for an Account Manager to join our growing Sales team to manage our existing accounts in North America and Europe across our travel, retail and corporate partnership channels and to help identify new opportunities while we expand Skyroam’s network. You’ll contribute to long-term account strategies, enhance partner relationships, engage with internal and external stakeholders, handle technical conversations with product teams, assist with channel marketing and reporting, and onboard new partners.

Skyroam, Inc. is based in San Francisco, however this position is open to remote candidates within the continental US.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Contribute to expanding and strengthen Skyroam’s partnerships.
  • Process purchase orders and new account configuration requests.
  • Own demo process – requests, logistics, tracking and reporting.
  • Data entry- generate sales reporting and commission statements for each channel, pipelines, usage reports.
  • Assist with all aspects of deal execution, from business case development, to deal structuring and negotiating.
  • Manage account mapping and coordinating effective meetings with the appropriate external stakeholders.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with internal teams, including marketing, sales, product, engineering, legal, and more.
  • Manage sales messaging and online listings consistent with Skyroam Brand.
  • Assist with POP material in coordination with marketing team.
  • Play a proactive role in helping Skyroam’s product team think about partner use-cases and be an advocate for their business.
  • Design and execute quarterly marketing communication plans with leadership team.
  • Assist with training of partner’s sales associates and crew – deck preparation and on site even when required.
  • Assist with Monthly Business Reviews (MBR’s).
  • Contribute to and help shape the Skyroam sales culture.

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, or a related field.
  • Experience and/or high interest with consumer electronics, travel or internet businesses.
  • Ability to manage cross-functional projects and multitask with excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic startup environment; you’ll have guidance when you need it, but you’re also goal oriented and can execute without close supervision.
  • Comfortable with remote management.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel/Word/PowerPoint.
  • Strong internal and external communication abilities, and interpersonal skills.
  • Comfort with a fast-paced environment and changing requirements.
  • Can-do attitude.
  • Fluent in English, other languages are a plus.
  • Light travel a possibility (1-2 times per year).

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1892379003/

Analyst: Real Assets | Alliance Global Advisors | Remote | Real Estate

ABOUT ALLIANCE GLOBAL ADVISORS
Alliance Global Advisors is a women-owned, consulting firm focused on empowering the institutional investment community to elevate best practices. Alliance partners with organizations to provide an independent perspective on strategic planning, business and operations so executive management teams can focus on what matters most: diligently managing client capital, creating value and delivering exceptional returns in a performance-driven market.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Alliance Global Advisors is currently seeking a full-time analyst. The ideal candidate will have private equity real estate and/or real estate investment banking experience and have the analytical and interpersonal skills to serve as a key component on our team. The Candidate will report directly to the Co-founders of Alliance and have significant daily interaction with the founders. A general description of duties is listed below.

Whether you are a college graduate just starting your career or an experienced professional looking for your next challenge, we welcome you!

Are you a self-starter who values diversity of thought? Are you looking for an unconventional and modernized approach to real asset consultancy which fosters education, networking and professional development while providing a fun and inclusive work environment? Look no further!

Compensation, Location & Hours

  • Competitive compensation, commensurate with experience (contract work, no benefits currently offered)
  • Remote work environment (Alliance is headquartered in Naples, Florida. However, you choose where you live and work)
  • Approximately 40 -45 hours per week; Must be available during regular business hours (9:00 – 5:00 PM EST)

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Primary Level Responsibilities

  • Work directly with Co-Founders and Managing Partners to satisfy a broad range of client needs
  • Manage the production and completion of investor and consultant requests while providing a significant level of quality control
  • Coordinate the update of general investment presentations, teasers, market studies, competitor analysis, and other materials
  • Research evolving industry topics and trends; draft white papers or promotional pieces on a variety of research topics
  • Stay abreast of changing market conditions and industry best practices, notifying management of important changes
  • Analyze client performance and adherence to industry best practices
  • Create / review client questionnaires, policies and procedures, and other documents for accuracy
  • Monitor institutional investor board / investment committee meetings and summarize relevant real asset content (CIO, Consultant and Investment Staff viewpoints)
  • Interacting with clients of the firm (a diverse set of real asset investment managers)
  • Preparation of agenda and notes for calls and meetings

Assist with the Following Responsibilities

  • Analyze the competitive set for Alliance, Alliance clients and emerging third-party service providers & technologies
  • Generate ideas and produce on-brand content for the Alliance website, including blog posts, podcasts, videos
  • Maintain task management system and CRM and assist with production of reports for management’s review
  • Follow industry social media accounts and propose ways to improve the positioning of Alliance in the marketplace
  • Organize and file important electronic documents
  • Attend digital conferences and/or work with Co-Founders to compile meeting notes and key takeaways
  • Provide opinions and input to improve systems, processes and marketing of the firm
  • Coordinate the scheduling of calls and meetings; assist with calendar management
  • Coordinate and arrange travel (air, hospitality, transportation)

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Established performer in real estate, private equity or other investment management firm focused on real estate
  • Experience writing memorandums and/or producing investor presentations
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills and Experience in CRMs- Advanced degree in real estate is a plus
  • Analytical/research experience with Consultancy, GP or LP on Institutional Real Asset Investment Industry
  • High level of intellectual curiosity
  • Dedication to branding and cohesive design (design and formatting skills within PowerPoint a plus)
  • Interest in working for a fast-growing company
  • Self-starter, effective and reliable working remotely
  • Superior writing and communication skills
  • Must be willing to meet tight deliverable deadlines with limited oversight
  • Must be motivated to create client-ready work product without error
  • Must be able to self-motivate – set deadlines and remain reliable

HOW TO APPLY
If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to connect@alliance-globaladvisors.com.

CLOSES
Open until filled

Associate – 2 Year | The Carlyle Group | Washington, DC, New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles | Real Estate

ABOUT THE CARLYLE GROUP
The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) is a global alternative asset manager with $221 billion of assets under management across 389 investment vehicles as of June 30, 2020. Carlyle’s purpose is to invest wisely and create value on behalf of its investors, many of whom are public pensions. Carlyle invests across four segments – Corporate Private Equity, Real Assets, Global Credit and Investment Solutions – in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and South America. Carlyle has expertise in various industries, including: aerospace, defense & government services, consumer & retail, energy, financial services, healthcare, industrial, real estate, technology & business services, telecommunications & media and transportation. The Carlyle Group employs more than 1,800 people in 31 offices across six continents.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Carlyle’s US Real Estate team focuses on opportunistic and core plus investments in the major metropolitan markets in North America, primarily in the residential, industrial, storage, manufactured housing, medical office and other specialty sectors. Carlyle is seeking an Associate-level investment professional to join the US Real Estate’s investment team as part of its two-year Associate program. This Associate will be responsible for helping to analyze and execute on a wide variety of investment opportunities in acquisitions of real estate. The Associate will be fully involved in all aspects of a fast-paced and rigorous investment underwriting process, particularly the financial modeling market research, and preparation of internal memorandums. Finally, the Associate should expect to participate in all of the routine business activities of the team.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Collaborate with small deal team to analyze and execute real estate investments
  • Communicate with and report to all levels, from Senior Associates to Managing Directors
  • Perform extensive financial modeling for single asset deals and portfolios, including scenario and sensitivity analysis, development of sources and uses, discounted cash flows, promoted and carried interests, and debt and/or pref equity financing structures
  • Ensure accuracy of all models adopted and utilized
  • Develop and maintain research on certain geographic markets and/or sectors;
  • Participate in all aspects of investment transactions, as requested by team members:
  • Draft investment committee memos
  • Engage consultants to conduct due diligence, including environmental and physical studies, insurance, property tax research. Review materials as needed and communicate summaries to the team and incorporate findings into the models.
  • Collaborate with Carlyle’s partners before and after acquisitions
  • Work with lenders to provide all necessary documentation for underwriting and closing
  • Prepare and/or review buyer/seller and lender closing statements
  • Coordinate with internal teams to send out wires and complete all compliance related documentation to effectuate a transaction
  • Develop transition plans for completed acquisitions
  • Travel to visit potential and existing investments, as needed

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE
Knowledge and Experience:

  • Expertise in Excel and the overall financial valuation and modeling process
  • Functional knowledge of Argus
  • Solid understanding of and ability to model capital structures, including senior debt, mezzanine debt, preferred equity, and common equity
  • Talent for managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly and efficiently perform tasks, maintaining a focus on details
  • Ability to perform market analysis, including rent and sales comps studies, “on the ground” market tours, meetings with brokers and market experts
  • Ability to assess qualitative and quantitative characteristics of properties and/or investments
  • Ability to summarize thoughts into a concise manner and effectively communicate (written and verbal) both internally and externally (changes in a model, financial metrics, investment thesis)
  • Should have relevant transactional (acquisitions) experience in direct real estate investments

Education and Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with strong performance from a top undergraduate institution
  • 2-3 years of experience as a financial analyst at a leading financial institution
  • Work experience in real estate investing,

Position-specific Technical Requirements:

  • Highly ethical
  • Strong sense of accountability, responsiveness, and follow-through
  • Team oriented, with consistent drive to maximize value-add to team
  • Strong analytics
  • Consistent attention to details
  • Ability to handle projects with minimal training or oversight
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Highly adaptable, with flexibility on depth and breadth of role and responsibilities
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

HOW TO APPLY
Please contact alexandra.finder@carlyle.com to apply for this position.

Consultant - Real Assets Consulting Group | Callan | Chicago, IL | Real Estate

ABOUT CALLAN
Founded in 1973, Callan is a one of the largest employee-owned investment consulting firms in the U.S., with more than $2 trillion in assets under advisement. We provide thoughtful, research-driven advice to large institutional investors including pension and defined contribution plans, endowments, foundations, insurance companies, and health care organizations. Because we are independently owned and not beholden to outside shareholders, we help raise the industry standard by orienting everything we do around our clients’ goals. Callan has 200 employees and is headquartered in San Francisco with five additional offices throughout the U.S. Learn more about us at www.callan.com.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Callan is seeking a senior level professional with a minimum of seven years of investment consulting or related experience in real assets to fill the position of Real Assets Consultant. The Real Assets Consultant position is responsible for maintaining a full client load which includes providing real assets investment consulting services to large retirement plans, endowments, foundations or other similar types of asset pools. This position will preferably be located in Callan’s Chicago office.

The Real Assets Group within Callan is responsible for evaluating real estate, timberland, farmland and infrastructure investment strategies and managers. We work closely with clients to develop portfolio strategies, pacing plans, investment policy, and to find investment managers that best suit the clients’ needs. Producing topical and actionable research and education is vitally important to Callan and all members of the Real Asset Consulting team participate in research initiatives

Job responsibilities:

  • Depending on the candidate’s experience level, act as the lead or back up consultant to approximately three to five client relationships generating more than $500,000 in revenues per year through a combination of:
  • Servicing existing Callan clients and
  • Generating new business
  • Service clients in a timely and proactive manner. Working with other Real Assets Consultants and applicable Callan oversight committees, this position is responsible for directing and delivering client work for the real assets asset class encompassing:
  • Strategic planning: Strategy allocation, manager structure, investment policies
  • Plan implementation: Conducting manager due diligence, evaluations and searches
  • Performance evaluation: Monitoring existing client portfolios through reviewing quarterly performance measurement reports and manager due diligence
  • Research and education: Researching and responding to all client requests
  • Support the Real Assets research activities by covering segments within Real Assets and become an expert in the identified areas.
  • Actively participate and add value to the Callan research initiatives through writing research papers, workshop delivery and educational seminar participation
  • Proactively work on projects that help the firm as a whole
  • Represent Callan well at industry events, manager conferences, etc.
  • Guide and motivate colleagues and foster a team environment
  • Encourage excellence and increased knowledge
  • Support Callan’s culture and philosophy

Callan offers a generous compensation and benefits package, including base salary, bonus, 401(k) matching, profit sharing, health/medical, tuition assistance, and more. Being employee-owned, Callan is committed to giving long-term successful professionals an opportunity to become equity partners in the firm.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong analytical capabilities; detail-oriented
  • Strong sales skills
  • Proactive, resourceful and results-oriented
  • Must work independently and as part of a close team
  • Willingness to travel

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Graduate Degree preferred
  • CFA or CAIA preferred
  • Minimum of seven years industry experience working with real assets

HOW TO APPLY
Please email a cover letter and resume referencing “Real Assets Consultant” to hr@callan.com.

CLOSES
10/01/2020

Director - Acquisitions | Hines | Seoul, South Korea | Real Estate

ABOUT HINES
Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 205 cities in 24 countries. Hines has approximately $133.3 billion* of assets under management, including $71 billion for which Hines serves as an investment manager, including non-real estate assets, and $62.3 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. The firm has 165 developments currently underway around the world. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired 1,393 properties, totaling over 459 million square feet. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 539 properties, representing over 232 million square feet. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a pioneering commitment to sustainability, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organizations in the world. Visit www.hines.com for more information. *AUM includes both the global Hines organization as well as RIA AUM.

JOB DESCRIPTION
As a Director – Acquisitions with Hines, you will be an integral part in executing the Hines standard of acquiring and developing landmark real estate projects that deliver lasting value to our investors. This dynamic role will engage stakeholders at all parts of the investment and development process from forming intentional relationships with local business owners to executing presentations to an audience of global investors. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Leverage existing relationships and build new relationships to source investment opportunities and be involved in negotiation, execution and management of the new business pursuits
  • Perform feasibility, economic and financial analyses
  • Facilitate the due diligence process for new acquisitions and developments
  • Participate in the management of acquisition and development projects including financing, design, contracting, construction management and leasing support
  • Participate in the asset management of properties by overseeing leasing, capital projects, and tenant/investor relations

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; MBA preferred
  • Native Korean and business level English
  • Eight or more years of experience in real estate preferred
  • Strong analytical/quantitative skills
  • Strong interpersonal/communication skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants interested in this role must apply by using the following link: https://careers-hines.icims.com/jobs/6985/director—acquisitions/job?mode=view

Investment Research Professional, Real Estate | Aksia | New York, NY | Real Estate

ABOUT AKSIA
Aksia provides specialist alternative investment research and portfolio advisory solutions to institutional investors.

Aksia LLC, together with its wholly-owned subsidiaries, (collectively, “Aksia”) advises on over $150 billion of client alternative allocations. We represent experienced pension plans, insurance companies, government-related institutions, endowments, foundations and superannuation funds.

Aksia employs over 250 professionals organized into specialist teams, including 122 investment research, operational due diligence, and risk management professionals. The firm is 100% employee owned by its 16 partners and is headquartered in New York, with offices in San Diego, London, Tokyo, Danvers, Athens, and Hong Kong.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Aksia is seeking a senior real estate investment professional to join our Investment Research team. Our Investment Research team is responsible for identifying potential alternative investment opportunities, performing due diligence, proposing recommendations for portfolios and monitoring holdings.  The team seeks a candidate with experience researching and/or allocating capital to real estate strategies, who has a deep understanding of the GP landscape, and possesses strong technical and investment skills. 

The position is located in the US and will include regular interaction with global colleagues/clients.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Sourcing, screening, analyzing and monitoring real estate investments and co-investments  
  • Establishing and maintaining relationships with the general partner community 
  • Working with clients 
  • Monitoring real estate investments and portfolios 
  • Authoring real estate focused market research 
  • Participating in business development activities 
  • Attending relevant annual meetings and industry conferences 

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • 8+ years of experience in a real estate investment, advisory, fund of fundsor related role with ideally some institutional client interaction 
  • Ability to handle multiple responsibilities with limited oversight 
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
  • Attentive to detail 
  • Ability to think analytically and critically 
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Strong Excel, modeling, and underwriting skills 
  • Positive attitude  
  • Team player
  • Strong work ethic  

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.aksia.com/careers.htm?gh_jid=4686285002&gh_src=20abc51e2

Research Analyst - Real Estate/Real Assets | NEPC, LLC | Boston, MA | Real Estate

ABOUT NEPC
NEPC, LLC is one of the industry’s largest independent, full-service investment consulting firms, serving more than 350 clients with assets in excess of $1.1 trillion. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts and with offices throughout the United States, we’re known for incisive expertise and exceptional service. NEPC brings expertise in traditional and alternative investments to a range of clients including defined benefit and defined contribution employee benefit plans (corporate, public, and Taft-Hartley), endowments, foundations, insurance, and private wealth investment programs. NEPC can be engaged as a traditional advisory consultant or as the discretionary outsourced manager of plan assets. Visit nepc.com for more information.

JOB DESCRIPTION
NEPC is hiring a Research Analyst to join NEPC’s Real Assets Research team in its Boston headquarters. The real assets research team provides coverage of the entire real assets investment sector, including real estate, infrastructure, energy, natural resources, among others. See further details of the team at www.nepc.com/services/real-assets.

This person will provide critical support to the team, which is responsible for all aspects of underwriting and analyzing real assets markets and investment opportunities for clients of NEPC. This is an important role, which will provide the right candidate with an immersive experience into global real assets, including both private and public markets. The candidate will work as part of the team identifying market trends, performing due diligence on managers, and advising our clients to structure best-in-class investment portfolios that produce superior returns.

To be successful in this role, you must be highly motivated, intellectually curious, technically oriented, and flexible. We are looking for a team player with sound judgement, excellent critical assessment capabilities, and strong communications skills. A disciplined work ethic, attention to detail, and the ability to multitask are necessary to succeed in this role.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Support the due diligence of new and existing investment opportunities on behalf of NEPC clients.
  • Analyze global markets to identify attractive investment themes.
  • Produce research on global markets to be used in ongoing investment opportunity market views, asset class-specific investment education presentations, and white papers on topical themes within the research coverage.
  • Attend meetings with investment managers and provide written documentation of all pertinent information gathered from the meetings as well as an opinion of manager.
  • Support the analyses, planning, building, and monitoring of investment portfolios on behalf of NEPC clients.
  • Build and maintain databases to track and analyze investment strategies across the various real assets investment segments.

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Zero (0) – four (4) years of investment or consulting experience.
  • Strong investment knowledge and familiarity with financial/accounting principles.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft applications (Excel, PowerPoint); experience with FactSet is a plus. Candidates will be expected to have proficient Excel modeling skills with the ability to take data sets and synthesize into outputs that provide the base analytics for investment research. Investment modeling experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience or strong interest in commercial real estate or other classes of real assets a plus.
  • Mature, professional demeanor and ability to present to clients and prospects is important, as that aspect of the role will increase with time.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • CAIA® designation or CFA® designation (or progress toward these credentials) is a plus.
Workplace Planning & CAD/BIM Manager (Hines@Facebook) | Hines | Menlo Park, CA | Real Estate

ABOUT HINES
Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 205 cities in 24 countries. Hines has approximately $133.3 billion* of assets under management, including $71 billion for which Hines serves as an investment manager, including non-real estate assets, and $62.3 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. The firm has 165 developments currently underway around the world. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired 1,393 properties, totaling over 459 million square feet. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 539 properties, representing over 232 million square feet. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a pioneering commitment to sustainability, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organizations in the world. Visit www.hines.com for more information. *AUM includes both the global Hines organization as well as RIA AUM.

JOB DESCRIPTION
As the Workplace Planning & CAD/BIM Manager, you will lead the Hines Space Planning and MAC, and CAD/BIM teams by partnering closely with our Facebook Clients. The Workplace Manager will provide strategic and operational planning that aligns with Hines and Facebook’s shared goals. Additionally, you will be responsible for identifying learning and development opportunities for the team. This position is highly visible and requires collaborating with members of all levels. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Lead and inspire an outstanding team of Space Planners, Project Managers, Furniture Logistics Planners, Move Team, CAD/CAFM, and BIM Teams
  • Develop collaborative relationships, earn trust with a variety of clients, and ensure service delivery expectations are met or exceeded
  • Provide Management support, motivation, employee engagement, and personal development opportunities to team reports
  • Conduct regular check-ins and annual performance management process for direct reports
  • Partner with Learning and Development team to establish personal development plans & training for each individual
  • Review and provide Internal approvals for leave, travel & expenses
  • Develop and manage the budgets for all staff and expenses
  • Manage annual salary budgets for direct reports including management of monthly and quarterly, forecasting, expense approvals, budget variance, accruals and reconciliations
  • Drive the full cycle recruiting process, and oversee the onboarding and training of new team members
  • Lead & manage space planning efforts
  • Establish data-driven KPIs for individuals and teams to measure performance
  • Identify, scope and drive critical projects and initiatives for the Workplace team
  • Build relationships with key stakeholders throughout the facilities organization
  • Identify opportunities to review existing processes, identify potential efficiencies, and partner with team and other stakeholders to streamline activities

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Ten or more years’ experience in Real Estate, Space Planning, Interior Design, Architecture or related field
  • Five or more years’ experience working in a High-Tech environment preferred
  • Two or more years of management experience preferred
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Ability to manage over 25 direct and indirect reports
  • Excellent customer service skills including strong organizational, interpersonal, and verbal/written communication skills
  • Strong people management skills and a passion for developing talent
  • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and work in a fast-paced, high-growth environment
  • Strong organizational and problem solving skills; attention to detail

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants interested in this role must apply by using the following link: https://careers-hines.icims.com/jobs/7168/workplace-planning-%26-cad-bim-manager-%28hines%40facebook%29/job?mode=view

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Finance Operations Associate | Masterworks | New York, NY | Other

ABOUT MASTERWORKS
Masterworks is an early-stage Fintech platform for investing in blue-chip, multi-million dollar artworks. The company, which is currently based in New York City at 497 Broome Street, is rapidly scaling its operations. Masterworks currently has over 50,000 users signed-up on its platform and is growing at more than 10,000 per month. “Blue-chip” art (defined as the top 100 artists in terms of sales volume) has outperformed the S&P 500 by 180% since 2000. Prior to Masterworks, only extremely wealthy investors were able to invest in multi-million dollar paintings. Masterworks makes it possible for anyone to allocate capital to this exciting asset class.

JOB DESCRIPTION
We are seeking a Finance Operations Associate who has recently graduated within the past three years. A very intelligent, high-performing individual who is capable of learning and growing within an organization. The role would be part of our Operations Team and would report to our Chief Financial Officer.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Support offering closing process, including cash sweeps and journal entries
  • Perform regular cash reconciliations to close investment offerings
  • Support finance team in routine book-keeping for investment vehicles
  • Support finance team in managing audits of investment vehicles
  • Assist in preparation of periodic investor reporting for investor-related entities, including SEC-required annual and semi-annual forms and K1s
  • Manage investor registry and share transfers among investors
  • Develop automated workflows for operational and finance tasks
  • Build and maintain databases to track key operational data
  • Support other corporate-level accounting needs, including accounts payable

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Degree in accounting, finance, economics, or a related discipline.
  • Excel and/or Google Sheets power-user. Knows Pivot tables, arrays, index/match, lookups, conditionals, VBA/Scripts, hotkeys, formatting
  • Familiarity with relational databases such as Airtable, SQL, Google Query
  • Familiarity with accounting software packages a plus
  • Familiarly with automation tools a plus (Zapier, Integromat)
  • Systems oriented, meticulous attention to detail
  • Process-oriented. Interest and ability to build processes around workflow
  • Highly organized. Ability to manage multiple things at once
  • Excited by a fast-paced, changing environment

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1951102109/

Junior Systems Administrator | Aksia | San Diego, CA | Other

ABOUT AKSIA
Aksia provides specialist alternative investment research and portfolio advisory solutions to institutional investors.

Aksia LLC, together with its wholly-owned subsidiaries, (collectively, “Aksia”) advises on over $150 billion of client alternative allocations. We represent experienced pension plans, insurance companies, government-related institutions, endowments, foundations and superannuation funds.

Aksia employs over 250 professionals organized into specialist teams, including 122 investment research, operational due diligence, and risk management professionals. The firm is 100% employee owned by its 16 partners and is headquartered in New York, with offices in San Diego, London, Tokyo, Danvers, Athens, and Hong Kong.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Aksia is seeking a Junior Systems Administrator to join our Information Technology (“IT”) team. Our IT department is responsible for maintaining and expanding Aksia’s technology infrastructure, which supports our global offices and client base.

This position will be based in Aksia’s San Diego office and will include regular interaction with global colleagues.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Support and troubleshoot daily issues for 60+ employees in our San Diego office, as well as to global satellite offices and remote employees
  • Liaison with senior engineers to solve issues and execute larger initiatives
  • Develop and maintain library of scripts to automate manual tasks
  • Support several cloud-based services including Office 365, RingCentral IP phones, and Microsoft Azure
  • Maintain on-premises server infrastructure including Activity Directory, DHCP, DNS, Windows File/Print Server, networking equipment
  • Maintain office hardware including desktops, monitors, printers, and mobile devices
  • Manage vendor relationships including scheduling maintenance
  • Create and maintain documentation used by end users and other IT administrators

WHAT WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE

  • Server: Windows Server (Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, File Services, Print Services, Group Policy Management), PowerShell.
  • Software: Microsoft Office, Bloomberg, iOS, Android, OSX, Adobe Acrobat
  • Networking: Basic TCP/IP understanding, patch cable management.
  • Ability to handle multiple responsibilities with limited oversight
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Attentive to detail
  • Ability to think analytically and critically
  • Positive attitude
  • Team player
  • Strong work ethic

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply here: https://www.aksia.com/careers.htm?gh_jid=4726389002&gh_src=20abc51e2

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Part-Time Client Coordinator – The “Sponsor Concierge” | Kayo Conference Series | Charlottesville, VA

THE IMPACT
Kayo curates live and virtual events and experiences to help women business leaders connect and form authentic relationships.

CULTURAL FIT
Humble, hungry, and smart. You are confident, curious, and a true team player. You have a growth mindset and love learning. You take complete ownership of your own responsibilities, and proactively look for opportunities to help others on the team. You are serious about your work and set your own standards for excellences. Details matter to you. You are looking for more than a resume filler; you want to make an impact and you understand your direct contributions will have an immediate and material impact on our success. You are intellectually curious, open-minded, and find joy in learning from others and helping others succeed.

THE JOB
Reporting to the Director of Programs, the Client Coordinator will act as an intermediary between the sales team and the operations team throughout the client lifecycle. The Client Coordinator will onboard clients, track client deliverables, and ensure that the client has a full understanding of the end-to-end process and their needs are fully understood and addressed internally. With the heart of a concierge, no detail is too small, no process is too clear, and no amount of communication is overkill.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Keep track of all sales contracts and deliverables
  • Regularly communicate with clients regarding deliverables and deadlines
  • Professionalism and tactful conflict resolution
  • Respond to client requests
  • Communicate throughout the organization, keeping the sales, operations, and marketing teams aware of client needs
  • Offer administrative and office management support to the team

QUALIFICATIONS

  • ~10 hours per week in office + additional 3-5 remote
  • Well organized with an obsessive attention to detail
  • Passion for helping people
  • Collaborative – relates well to people from all backgrounds and fosters teamwork
  • Coachable, fast, and self-motivated learner
  • Mature and committed

START DATE
August 2020

COMPENSATION
Hourly rate plus performance-based bonus

HOW TO APPLY
Please send your resume and cover letter to lindsay@kayoconferenceseries.com.

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