Analyst @ AngelList - San Francisco, CA

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What You'll Do

Core Activities

  • Close deals - manage and close early stage financings

  • Screen deals - review startup pitches and prepare deal research

  • Run fund operations - set up venture funds and close transactions

Special Projects

Hack together a few small launches. For example, find a way to:

  • Ship a product feature

  • Acquire new syndicate leads

  • Activate new investors


  • Outstanding academic track record

  • Proven execution skills

  • Technical background (e.g. math, programming, etc)

  • Excellent analytical and communication skills

What You'll Learn

Angel Investing

  • Top angels - work with great angels and learn how they make investment decisions

  • Deal signals - learn to read a deal

  • Business models & technologies- see hundreds of innovative ideas before they're popular

Working At a Startup

  • Product - work alongside engineers and designers

  • Getting things done - break down high-level goals

  • Self-management - take initiative in a management-light environment


  • Founders & Startups - manage interactions with hundreds of startups

  • Angels & VCs - be the primary contact for active syndicate leads

  • LPs - understand the "money behind the money"

Analyst @ First Analysis - Chicago, Illinois

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First Analysis seeks a junior equity/venture capital technology analyst. This Chicago-based role, which is central to our established business model (30+ year track record in venture capital, equity research, and investment banking), combines 1) public equity research with 2) direct responsibility for sourcing, executing, and managing venture capital investments.

The analyst will work closely with a senior analyst in growing a robust investment research franchise in a specific emerging-growth technology sector. The analyst will co-cover a set of relevant publicly traded companies with the senior analyst and provide lead coverage of an adjacent set of companies in the same franchise. The analyst will also support and partner with the senior analyst in sourcing, executing, and managing venture capital investments. Our model places a heavy emphasis on establishing thought leadership by publishing in-depth white papers and related research reports and extensive networking among each sectors’ executives, investors, and other key players. As such, key attributes of a successful analyst are excellent writing skills, strong interpersonal relationship skills, outstanding analytical skills, sound business judgment, and a high degree of creativity, internal motivation, and intellectual curiosity. (Financial modeling and securities analysis skills are fundamental.) The strongest candidates will likely have at least one year of public equity research experience, ideally on the sell side.

Analyst @ LearnCapital - San Francisco, CA

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Learn Capital is seeking a self-motivated analyst to work in its San Mateo office on a six month contract. The analyst will gain significant exposure to venture capital and education technology globally and will be involved in a diverse range of strategic projects throughout the investment lifecycle (sourcing, diligence, execution, and portfolio support). The analyst will also glean knowledge, experience, and connections in the education technology and venture capital arena and may establish a strong foundation for a future career in an education technology operator or a related venture capital organization. This role is ideal for a professional with a flair for producing polished, well-designed deliverables and comfortable with taking initiative. We will strongly support the person's pursuit of a full time role that builds on these experiences.

Responsibilities will include:

    • Produce polished, well-designed investment and portfolio support deliverables (i.e., investment memos, conference presentations, portfolio company presentations, etc.)

    • Conduct market and competitive research and help draft and publish thought leadership

    • Screen new investment opportunities and conduct in-depth due diligence (i.e., market sizing exercises, financial statement analyses, reference checks, etc.)

    • Conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses for strategic planning and deal evaluation efforts for investments

    • Complete additional ad-hoc portfolio support mini-projects as they arise

Ideal candidates should possess:

    • Impeccable writing skills (i.e., previous editor for your High School or University newspaper)

    • Excellent financial and analytical skills, as well as the ability to think critically and creatively (i.e., prior experience building extensive financial models with excel)

    • Superior analytical skills and comfort with reviewing common company deliverables (i.e., pitch presentations, financial statements, engagement metrics, etc.)

    • A veritable self-starter who can seamlessly operate in a high-autonomy environment, along with a preference for working in a small team environment (Exceptional presentation and deliverable design abilities. i.e., prior graphic design or strategic consulting experience)

    • An inquisitive personality, able to gather and synthesize information, and draw meaningful conclusionsHigh level of energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to success (i.e., you follow through on your projects)

    • At least 2 years work experience in operations at a technology company, startup, management consulting, investment banking, or private equity firm

About Learn Capital: Learn Capital is a venture capital firm dedicated to the global education technology industry, investing in early-stage companies involved in the creation, delivery, management, and scaling of learning experiences and educational access for students of all ages worldwide. Since launching in 2009, Learn has backed companies that have achieved leadership positions in multiple high-growth education markets, including Bridge International Academies, Edmodo, Coursera, General Assembly, Udemy, and VIPKID.


Vice President @ Citi Ventures - Palo Alto, CA

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Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. Our core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments and accessing the capital markets on behalf of our clients.

Citi’s Mission and Value Propositionexplains what we do and Citi Leadership Standards explain how we do it. Our mission is to serve as a trusted partner to our clients by responsibly providing financial services that enable growth and economic progress. We strive to earn and maintain our clients’ and the public’s trust by constantly adhering to the highest ethical standards and making a positive impact on the communities we serve. Our Leadership Standards is a common set of skills and expected behaviors that illustrate how our employees should work every day to be successful and strengthens our ability to execute against our strategic priorities.

Diversity is a key business imperative and a source of strength at Citi. We serve clients from every walk of life, every background and every origin. Our goal is to have our workforce reflect this same diversity at all levels. Citi has made it a priority to foster a culture where the best people want to work, where individuals are promoted based on merit, where we value and demand respect for others and where opportunities to develop to are widely available to all.

Citi Ventures (CV) is Citi’s corporate innovation arm. Through Venture Investing, CV aims to deliver breakthrough impact by bringing together leading startups and Citi’s businesses to scale innovation and open new pathways to growth. 

The Venture Investing team focuses on identifying and investing in entrepreneurs who will help define the future of financial services. The team brings together Citi’s business needs with portfolio companies’ technologies, services and business models to accelerate Citi’s ability to evolve in a dynamic marketplace and help portfolio companies scale. For this reason, the venture investing team focuses on next generation fintech, commerce and payments, big data and analytics, cybersecurity, enterprise IT, and enterprise software domains. 

The Venture Investing team is seeking a highly motivated individual to help build intelligence within the areas of enterprise technology/software and/or Fintech. The individual will build connectivity in the relevant ecosystem, identify and source leading startups, perform due diligence on potential investment opportunities and assist in portfolio company management and reporting. He/she will play a critical role in developing and advancing thought leadership and domain strategy to support Citi’s businesses by fostering new idea generation, synthesizing the market landscape, and translating new innovative ideas into successful commercial outcomes. 

This position reports to the Managing Director and requires a highly credible professional with broad business acumen to understand emerging business models and new technologies. The candidate must also possess the interpersonal skills to effectively nurture new relationships in the start-up ecosystem, provide valuable advice to shape start-up product road maps, influence and manage relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including executives in the local, regional and corporate offices. Most importantly, the individual must be relentlessly curious, as well as passionate about championing change. The person in this position will work very closely with the senior leadership team within Ventures to help drive POC’s, pilots, and commercialization opportunities. 

Position Scope & Responsibilities: 

• Complete 1-2 potential strategic investment opportunities in relevant companies per year 
• Build a network and pipeline of leading startups that fit within the Citi Ventures focus areas
• Meet regularly with VC’s and innovation partners to maintain a pulse on market developments
• Develop market landscapes and POV’s on emerging trends 
• Work with the MD to design the due diligence plan, lead the due diligence process, write investment memos, and guide opportunities end-to-end through the Citi Ventures investment process 
• Assist MDs with portfolio company management, monitoring and reporting 
• Interface/interact with colleagues in business units to understand strategic roadmaps 
• Work with existing portfolio companies to ensure their roadmaps are aligned to address Citi’s challenges and to help them succeed in the market 
• Contribute to external communications to show Citi thought leadership and represent Citi Ventures at external events 
• Lead discussions at domain meetings/Town Halls and other internal events to effectively represent Citi Ventures' view of the market

• Bachelor’s degree from a top tier program, preferably in an analytical discipline
• A total of 5+ years work experience beyond undergrad
• A demonstrated interest in Venture Capital or Entrepreneurship; preference for candidates with at least 2 years’ experience with a venture capital firm or in a corporate venture setting
• Experience in Investment Banking or Strategy Consulting or Product Management is a plus
• Ability to navigate a large financial services company, and engage senior leadership
• Strong relationship management, communication, interpersonal, and influencing skills at all levels within or outside of an organization
• MBA is a plus

Corporate Development Principal @ Loon (Google) - Mountain View, CA

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Loon, LLC is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fill coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters.

As a Corporate Development Principal, your mission is to help secure resources that will enable Loon progress in connecting people everywhere by inventing and integrating technologies (funds or strategic assets). You'll own fundraising strategies and execute them from end-to-end, working closely with teams from across Loon.

Loon is on a mission to connect people everywhere by inventing and integrating audacious technology. A network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, Loon combines advancements in materials science, atmospheric modeling, machine learning, and communications systems to expand connectivity to unserved and underserved areas around the world. Loon is the newest independent company within Alphabet.


  • Elaborate and execute short-and mid-term fundraising strategies for Loon.

  • Establish and cultivate relationships with potential funders and the investment community.

  • Lead transaction execution, working closely with Legal, Finance and Business Development teams.

  • Secure support and report on progress at Loon executive and board level.

  • Identify possible strategic assets to accelerate Loon growth and development.


Minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.

  • 10 years of experience in technology-focused corporate strategy, corporate development, venture capital, private equity or investment banking.

  • Experience in initiating and finalizing funding rounds, investment and divestiture transactions.
    Preferred qualifications:

  • 12 years of experience in corporate development, venture capital, private equity or investment banking in the technology industry (e.g., Internet, communications or e-commerce experience).

  • Experience with a range of transaction types, with the ability to evaluate the benefits and risks of negotiation structures.

  • Experience in planning and managing at both the strategic and operational level, with the ability to be successful in a complex, globally scaled product, sales and engineering environment.

  • Relevant relationships in the telecommunications, airspace, aviation, sovereign funds, development funds and other long-term investor communities.

  • Ability to influence without authority. Organized, detail-oriented and strategically focused.

  • Developed presentation and communication skills.

Principal @ Samsung NEXT - New York, NY

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We partner with innovators to build ideas into products, grow products into businesses and scale businesses that leverage and transform the Samsung ecosystem.

We started in 2012 on a mission to create breakout software and services and foster a startup culture at Samsung. Since then, our small group has become a global organization that has empowered thousands of entrepreneurs around the world who share our passion for executing against big and bold ideas and building, growing and scaling businesses.

Our team develops products, invests in startups and acquires businesses ready for scale. With a focus on cutting-edge software and services such as IoT, AI, AR/VR, Data Analytics, Cybersecurity and other transformative frontier technologies, we collaborate with seasoned founders and talented companies, providing our capital, resources, expertise and deep connections. We operate across offices in Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Francisco, New York City in the United States; Tel Aviv in Israel; Berlin in Germany; and Seoul in South Korea.

Samsung NEXT Ventures is looking for a dynamic, experienced Principal to assist in leading early-stage venture investments from its New York office.  


Deal Screening.  Network and identify interesting opportunities for the fund

Investment Analysis.  Conduct initial research on investment opportunities, including financial and strategic analyses

Due Diligence.  Lead and assist deal teams on due diligence (external and internal) for likely investments

Internal Research.  Communicate with business units about potential investments, including the aggregation and synthesis of business unit feedback

Create compelling, detailed investment recommendation decks for presentation to the partnership and other Samsung executives

New Market Analysis. Periodically create presentations outlining new technology areas that may be attractive for investment

Brand-building. Engage with the tech, media, and entrepreneurship community, particularly in NYC. This includes attending industry conferences and local events on behalf of Samsung NEXT to bolster your technology network and evangelize our group and mission.


4-6 years experience in venture capital with a leading venture capital firm, or in a corporate venture setting

Previous experience leading multiple deals from sourcing to close, including the management of due diligence, negotiation of terms, and oversight of the closing process

Some board-level experience (director or observer) a plus

Strong financial modeling, presentation, and written communication skills

Extensive network in the venture capital and entrepreneur community in the Eastern US (NYC, Boston, Toronto, DC, etc), especially at the seed-Series B stages

Track record of managing multiple projects with tight timelines, in parallel

Experience directly managing individuals at an Associate and/or Analyst level

Available to travel domestically (6-8x per year) and internationally (2-4x per year)

Passion and expertise in technology and media

Overseas work experience and/or cross-functional expertise is a plus

Undergraduate degree (technical or engineering degree a plus); MBA or JD preferred

Corporate Development Associate @ Rite-Hite - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Rite-Hite is the global leader in the manufacture and distribution of industrial loading dock and door equipment. Our innovative products and world class sales organization ensure solid, consistent growth, both for our company and our staff. We are always looking ahead to develop innovative new products and services to improve our customers' safety, security, and productivity. To continue our growth, we have an excellent opportunity for a Corporate Development Associate in the Milwaukee area.

Job Description:

This position is responsible for market research, investment analysis, financial modeling, deal structuring and due diligence support of early and growth stage technology investment opportunities and strategic partnerships, as well as other corporate development venture initiatives.   

Essential Duites And Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

Market Research / Deal Diligence: help identify and diligence investment opportunities in existing and new markets / focus areas and emerging technologies, including meeting with entrepreneurs, subject matter experts, venture capital investors and other participants in the venture community. 

Source potential investments through active outreach and relationship-building to the entrepreneurial community, strategic partners and academia. 

Perform competitive and strategic analysis of technology sectors and/or companies.  

Create financial valuation models, including possible deal structuring opportunities. Coordinate with functional groups to produce operating models and deal synergies. Perform other ad hoc analysis including company comparables and precedent transactions. 

Prepare and present business case analysis and risk evaluation for investments and partnerships, including proposals to the executive team. This will also entail business plan creation for organic growth opportunities.  

Ensure high-quality interactions and provide clear and consistent communications with internal and external partners. 

Proactively collaborate with internal colleagues to understand programmatic needs. Thoughtfully seek contacts with key external stakeholders within the applicable industries and venture community to find solutions to unmet programmatic needs.  

Principal Accountabilities

Analysis driven business cases on new market opportunities and technologies. 

Develop and continually improve a process for evaluating the success of investments and partnerships.  

Required Experience:

Minimum of four years of experience in venture capital, startup company and/or experience as an entrepreneur with venture capital financing.  

Strong transactional experience, and an outstanding record of professional and academic achievement 

Preferable experience in emerging technologies, software and/or data analytics 

Motivated, hardworking team player

We Offer:

In return for your skills and hard work, Rite-Hite offers competitive pay with annual merit reviews, a comprehensive benefits program (medical, dental, vision, disability and life coverage), and a retirement program with a 401(K) that includes a company match and profit sharing. We also provide excellent training and ample opportunity for advancement.

Rite-Hite is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer offering a drug free workplace for our customers and employees.

Professional @ Homebrew - San Francisco, CA

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Homebrew was founded in 2013 to resurrect the original model of small-batch venture capital investing in early stage companies: we make a handful of investments each year and concentrate our capital, sweat and reputation behind those founders. We’re two partners (Satya and Hunter), a Head of Talent and an Operations Manager, based in SF’s South Park neighborhood. Our interests are varied, as you can tell from our portfolio – spanning consumer and enterprise, hardware and software, transforming legacy industries and building new ones. But our approach is focused, as Satya outlines about our “how” and Hunter writes about our “why”.

As we approach our six year anniversary, we want to add another team member with the two points below in mind.

  • Our goal is to be very inclusive in this search, truly welcoming people from different backgrounds and perspectives into the process. We do have a notion of the experience set we want this team member to bring to the firm, and understand that this itself is narrowing, but we’re open to hearing from folks who don’t “pattern match” for VC.

  • We don’t have a job title for this role because we believe, especially as an early stage fund with a close-knit team, this would be limiting in how candidates perceive the opportunity, which we regard as having very few boundaries. Analyst? Principal? Director of Platform? Head of Network? You’ll see that part of the application is telling us what you think the position should be called. We also want you to care more about the impact you’re going to have here and our commitment to you than screening first by title. We care deeply about the ethics and values of anyone we add to our team.

Responsibilities and Opportunities

  • You’ll be working with Hunter and Satya in and around the investment process. This will include assisting on market research, company diligence and special projects to identify founders we’d love to support. You won’t be a pre-partner meeting filter (i.e., we’re not tossing you into the haystack to look for needles).

  • Post-investment we’ll ask you to participate or lead a variety of activities in helping us support the founders we’ve backed. This includes facilitating introductions, completing data analyses, community building and so on. You’ll develop direct relationships with the founders we’ve backed.

  • You’ll also get involved in a host of activities related to the operations of Homebrew and our funds. You’ll learn the ins and outs of not just investing, but also managing a fund.

  • Assume these responsibilities represent the floor, not the ceiling. We’re interested in your ideas once you’re on board.

Compared to the “Average Venture Capital Job,” you’ll generally get more of some things and less of others:


  • Seat at the Table: You’ll participate in our twice-weekly Partner meetings. Not just for portions or when “your deal” is being discussed. You’ll meet and interact with our Limited Partners, the institutions that provide us with capital to invest.  

  • Skin in the Game: You’ll earn carry in Homebrew III as part of your compensation. We believe that a sense of ownership is essential and all employees at Homebrew directly share in the upside of the work we do.

  • Prep for the Future: We believe in open conversations about career development. As this role isn’t meant to be longer than three years, we’ll honestly engage you in professional development over time to ensure that you’re using your time with us to develop skills, experiences and a network relevant to what you might want to do next. We’ve managed organizations of hundreds of people during our operating careers. Many of those people have gone on to be founders, technology executives and venture capitalists.


We want to give you the freedom to develop and run your own playbook to succeed in this role. But we also feel it’s important to make our standard practices clear enough to help you decide if Homebrew is the right firm for you.

  • Conferences and Events: We tend to focus on smaller gatherings that serve a specific purpose, such as sharing lessons, talking honestly about the entrepreneurial journey or fostering community and mentorship amongst the companies we back. We don’t attend many of the large conferences but will support your participation in what we’d call “nook and cranny” events – places where different groups of thinkers, explorers, underrepresented segments and so on, collaborate together.

  • Check Writing: This isn’t explicitly a sourcing and investing role. While you’ll be involved in all aspects of the investment lifecycle, this isn’t a Partner track role where we give you a small amount of money to invest and then reward you with more investment authority over time.

  • International Exposure: While we believe there’s lots to learn from the way international communities are creating and adopting technology, this isn’t a role where you’ll be abroad substantially. If you want to propose a project which requires this sort of travel, we’re happy to consider it, but if you’re really looking for in-depth exposure to non-US/Canada territories, our firm likely isn’t the right one for you.

This is the Right Opportunity For:  

  • Someone with 3-6 years of relevant work experiences/exposure to tech startups or high-performing companies of any industry (we believe in cross-pollination). We’re open to folks who started their careers in management consulting or investment banking, but it’s important to us that you have a demonstrated love for technology and entrepreneurship that has been expressed in ways outside of your day job.

  • Someone who thrives in an independent working environment, using your best judgment, high ethical standards, strong communication skills, passion and adeptness with technology (with or without formal training) to execute the Homebrew model.

  • Someone who wants exposure to venture capital (or at least our style of it) through an apprenticeship-type role but isn’t necessarily committed to the industry long term.

  • Someone who colors outside of the lines drawn above but still has a deep desire to learn the venture capital business.

Manager @ Gentera - Mexico City, Mexico

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GENTERA busca:
Gerente de inversiones venture capital

Gestionar el portafolio de inversiones de Fiinlab. Garantizar la estructuración y administración de inversiones protegiendo los intereses de Gentera, traduciendo la estrategia de inversión de Fiinlab en las transacciones. Mitigando los riesgos que implican las inversiones y generando recomendaciones de inversión en 1eras rondas y subsecuentes. Coordinando y ejecutanto los proyectos de Fiinlab a través de adquisiciones, inversiones, integraciones y desinversiones alineados a la estrategia del Innovación para ayudar a ejecutar la estrategia de inversiones de Fiinlab.

Administración de inversiones protegiendo los intereses de Gentera. Mitigando los riesgos que implican las inversiones.

1. Evaluación, análisis y recomendación sobre oportunidades de inversión.
2. Estructuración y negociación de transacciones, incluida la ejecución de due diligene.
3. Administrar el portafolio de inversiones, recomendar planes de acción sobre inversiones actuales, seguimiento y análisis al cumplimiento de metas e indicadores de las Startups invertidas.
4. Relacionarse con emprendedores para la gestión de la inversión.
5. Gestionar portafolios de inversión entre $300 y $800 millones de pesos.
Lic. en Administración, Ingeniería Industrial, Economía, o afín.

2-4 Experiencia en estructuración, valuación y negociación de inversiones en Start ups o en Fondos de Capital de Riesgo . Participación en procesos de due diligence.
Conocimientos Especificos:
Análisis estratégico y financiero; valuación de empresas, conocimiento general de procesos de de due diligence y estructuras de inversión de venture capital

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Managing Director @ Fosun Healthcare - Berlin, Germany

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Detailed responsibilities includes but not limited to:

-         Lead team’s effort in healthcare M&A transactions in healthcare service sector in Europe

-         Source and structure transactions in size of $100m-$5Bn

-         Manage deal due diligence process with both internal support and 3rd party providers

-         Present investment presentations to investment committee

-         Other responsibilities assigned by the top management

Desired experience and characteristics: 

-         Must be a proven deal maker with minimum of 10 years of experience in European healthcare industry M&A, including Private Equity, Corporate M&A, and investment banking

-         Must have deep understanding of European healthcare service industry

-         Must have ability to source proprietary deals

-         Knowledge of Chinese is a plus but not required

Corporate Development Analyst @ Axiata Digital - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Job Purpose

  • This analyst will be a support member of Axiata Digital Corporate Development. This small team is responsible for ADS’s acquisitions, investments and partnerships, as well as other complex strategic / financial analysis for senior management. In addition, Corporate Development team is also responsible for business development projects and management of ADS portfolio companies 

Key Responsibilities

  • Research and analyze industries, companies and business models.

  • Analyze potential strategic investments and monitor existing investments

  • Analyzing business performance and other corporate activities

  • Developing presentations for ADS’s senior management, Board of Directors and shareholders

  • Supporting and helping to coordinate due diligence processes for M&A activity or departmental projects

  • Collaborating with relevant business units and functional business units across ADS to further various initiatives and strategy

  • Prepare and record department’s process documents such as SOP, business cases, budget transfers, etc


  • At least two years’ experience in investment banking, corporate development, venture capital or management consulting, preferably with a focus on the technology industry.

  • Bachelors / Masters in Business/ Engineering/ Maths/ Commerce


  • Innate curiosity in all aspects of consumer technology

  • Exceptional analytical skills

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Extraordinary focus on details, accuracy and quality

  • Ability to multitask and work well under pressure, maintain strong attention to detail, and prioritize work within tight deadlines

  • Team-oriented approach with ability and desire to learn independently

  • Demonstrate professionalism and integrity in handling confidential and sensitive information

  • Understanding of corporate finance theory and valuation methodologies

  • Advanced knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel and PowerPoint 

Senior Analyst @ Maersk Growth - Copenhagen, Denmark

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Growth is the Corporate Venture Capital and Venture Builder within Maersk, focused on investing in the right start-ups and building companies from scratch to help them achieve scale and size. Our mission is to build the future of trade. 

Even though we are part of a large corporate organization, we strive to work in an agile way; starting small and failing fast. 

We offer a unique opportunity to be part of building the industry’s best corporate venture team and shaping the future of Maersk.

Working with us, you will get to combine your analytical skills and executional flair to build a portfolio of outstanding companies for whom Maersk is a relevant investor.

Key Responsibilities

As a Senior Analyst, you will be responsible for creating business cases focused on investing in early stage companies through the Maersk Growth Fund. You will be a key member of a small and dedicated team that focuses on building businesses which enable consumers visibility and control of supply chains. 
Your key responsibilities will include to:
•Scout and source investment opportunities through collaboration with accelerators, venture capital funds and direct sourcing from start-ups
•Lead and execute due diligence on investment opportunities
•Prepare investment proposals for relevant companies
•Support the venture partner on deal closing
•Contribute to the overall investment strategy of the Fund with focus on Supply Chain investments
•Support the value creation plan in portfolio companies

Who we are looking for

We are looking for driven candidates with proven track record from venture capital or a similar role. Moreover, you have 
•A keen interest in the start-up world and have been involved in sourcing and scouting deals before

Director @ NYS Venture Capital Fund - Rochester, NY

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Education & Requirements: 
Education Level required: Bachelor’s degree in relevant field. Graduate degree in finance, accounting, public administration, public policy, urban planning, business administration, or related field strongly preferred.
Equivalent Experience required: 5+ years’ experience working in finance, venture, venture law, angel investment, investment, contract law, economic development, small business support, community development, or public policy.
Knowledge required: Excellent program management, writing, researching, and presentation skills. 
Strong understanding of small business support programs, community finance, policy, and public/ private/nonprofit stakeholders. Understanding of economic development issues and policy. Understanding of common small business challenges.

Duties Description

Basic Function: The Director is responsible for providing support to the NYSIVC Fund's Managing Director and senior staff in all aspects of the venture capital investment process and is integrally involved in all aspects of the NYSIVC Fund, including the identification of potential investments, due diligence related to those investments, and post-investment activities related to the investment portfolio.

Work Performed:
•Participating in all aspects of the investment due diligence process including market sizing and mapping, competitive market identification, and industry research.
•Developing and maintaining financial models related to VC financings, investment deal and company restructurings, valuation analyses, and liquidity events.
•Preparing new investment deal review and presentation materials for the NYSIVC Fund Investment Advisory Committee and the ESD Board of Directors.
•Supporting active deal flow by sourcing new investments including participating in meetings with founders and entrepreneurs, attending relevant conferences and networking events, and maintaining deal pipeline records.
•Maintaining the NYSIVC company portfolio--This includes collecting and reviewing quarterly financial information, maintaining investment data, preparing company updates, and constructing professional presentation materials.
•Other duties as assigned.

Additional Comments-Salary starting at specified amount 

-Comprehensive benefits package

*We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity

Internship @ Global Accelerated Ventures - Tampa, Florida

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Duration: October ‒ December 2018 (may be extended if preferred)

Education: Current Junior or Senior enrolled in a Business degree related program

Compensation: Unpaid; Course credit


Are you looking to leverage your college curriculum and apply your skills to fast-paced, diverse projects? Global Accelerated Ventures (GAV) is looking for an enthusiastic, Business Analyst / Venture CapitalIntern to join our team!

Our ideal candidate will have meaningful exposure to private company investing and a passion for quantitatively and qualitatively evaluating investment opportunities in the venture capital landscape. This internship will propel your career opportunities forward by giving you exposure and real responsibility to make an impact on a growing team.

Our mission is to identify, evaluate and invest in the best early stage companies. As our intern, you will always be learning, and will gain a working knowledge of venture capital, startup development, and general business problem solving skills. You will support portfolio companies by assisting with financial models and researching new opportunities in FinTech.

In this role, you will work to effectively turn business questions into data analysis, and provide meaningful recommendations on strategy. This is a unique role that will focus on your knowledge of data infrastructure and your ability to drive insights. You will participate in and support multi-disciplined product development project teams in support of the organization's business strategies, with a direct impact on business unit/function overall results.

You will work collaboratively with colleagues to identify and evaluate investment opportunities throughout our due diligence process. You offer advanced quantitative and financial modeling skills, superb critical thinking abilities and sound business judgement. The team will look to you to compile your research and insights that will guide our evaluation of prospective companies.


- Evaluate & analyze potential investment cases as well as related market, industry and technology developments

- Research and identify potential acquisition targets based on GAV’s investment criteria
- Develop investment theses and an understanding of business models for selected targets
- Work cross-functionally on several projects that will create new revenue streams

- Conduct data analysis to make business recommendations (cost-benefit, invest-divest, forecasting, impact analysis, etc.)

- Perform research tasks with the intent of gathering data about the industry, company, and trends
- Create progress reports, identify project milestones & recommend any necessary modifications

- Identify business trends based on key strategic initiatives or leadership requests by utilizing real data, conducting analysis, and compiling useful business reports.

- Assist in other related duties to support team, and meet the ongoing needs of GAV


- Currently reside in Tampa, FL

- Must be able to work 10 - 20 hours weekly

- Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student majoring in a Business or Finance related degree program

- Experience with Microsoft applications; Data entry & computer skills are a MUST

- Ability to multitask, organized & work well independently & in a group setting

- A highly motivated, resourceful individual interested in the fields of private equity & entrepreneurship, along with natural curiosity for how businesses work, and a tenacious attitude towards research

About Global Accelerated Ventures:

Global Accelerated Ventures (GAV) is multinational innovation aggregator ‒ harvesting talent globally, embracing all stakeholders in the value chain, and executes strategic matching, which is beyond reproach. GAV drives communities to embrace “shared economy idealism” and develop sustainable innovation eco-systems.

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Associate @ Bolt - Boston, Massachusetts

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Bolt is seeking to increase the number of founders we invest in and support. We are looking for an associate or principal to join our investment team and help us find the next generation of startups at the intersection of hardware and software. Candidates must thrive in the fast-moving venture community and, like the rest of our team, be highly autonomous. We're looking for someone who is humble and has a high degree of empathy for the founders we back and the risks they take.

This is a full time role at our Boston office and includes regular travel to New York and San Francisco.


  • Lead the firm's effort to identify and evaluate new companies for investment.

  • Participate in all aspects of investment due diligence including technical feasibility, market sizing, and industry research.

  • Design and execute projects and programs that help Bolt attract new portfolio companies or support existing ones.

  • Attend board meetings and support existing portfolio companies with introductions to potential hires, investors, and customers.

  • Design, attend, and support a broad range of events that Bolt hosts.

  • Build long-term relationships with founders and other venture investors relevant to Bolt's ecosystem of startups.


  • At a minimum, three to five years of work experience. This could include operating experience at a venture-backed startup or previous venture investing experience.

  • Strong analytical skills. Physics, engineering or computer science degree(s) are preferred.

  • We are open to candidates both with and without an MBA.

  • Excitement to become a key member of the investment team. We intend for this role to be long term growth opportunity and are committed to investing in the development of your career.

  • Strong interpersonal skills. You will be talking to entrepreneurs and other investors on behalf of Bolt.

  • Extremely proactive and self-directed. You will have a lot of autonomy in this role.
    Command of the language of the hardware startup and venture capital communities.

Senior Manager of Corporate Development @ Adobe - San Francisco, CA

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As one of the largest and most diversified software companies in the world, Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. Our broad portfolio of products and solutions enables our customers to create, deliver, and measure personalized experiences that their users can access from virtually any device. Our solutions include: Adobe Creative Cloud, which offers the most innovative tools and cloud-based services for creating digital media; Adobe Document Cloud, which provides a modern way to manage documents at home, in the office and across devices; and Adobe Experience Cloud, which delivers groundbreaking solutions for data-driven marketing, advertising and commerce experiences. Our innovation and leadership provides our customers with a real competitive advantage, positioning Adobe for continued growth well into the future.

The Adobe Corporate Development team is responsible for sourcing, evaluating, negotiating, and executing M&A and investment opportunities. As a member of the Corporate Development team, you will collaborate with Adobe’s senior executives and business unit leaders on Adobe’s inorganic growth strategy. You will develop investment themes on new markets, propose investment ideas, and work with product teams to evaluate potential targets. As a deal lead, you will quarterback the investment/M&A process, working closely with functional leaders across finance, legal, sales, tax, HR, and integration to build financial/valuation models, drive due diligence, develop post-acquisition KPIs, and help define a robust integration/operating plan. This position provides unparalleled senior executive exposure, and is often the avenue to unique operational and general management roles throughout the company.

  • Partner with business unit leaders on strategy development, including identifying product gaps, evaluating build/buy/partner options, and collaborating on target selection criteria

  • Research new markets, identify key trends, and translate data into actionable insights

  • Source investment/M&A opportunities, and manage relationships with potential targets

  • Evaluate inbound investment/M&A opportunities, working with business unit leaders to evaluate potential targets

  • Support investment/M&A opportunities through execution, negotiation, and due diligence, including financial modeling and valuation

  • Guide and support post acquisition integration efforts

  • Develop network of industry contacts, venture capital firms, and investment banking/advisory executives to bring knowledge of market trends and opportunities to bear on strategic discussions

Qualifications / Experience

  • Top-tier undergraduate degree and MBA preferred

  • Experience in a digital/consumer internet or SaaS environment; prior understanding of digital marketing or digital advertising highly desired

  • Experience in a mix of investment banking, private equity/venture capital, and/or corporate development

  • Demonstrated track record of leading investments/M&A

  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Driven, self-starter with a passion for excellence

Adobe is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

Location: San Francisco or San Jose

About Adobe

At Adobe, we’re changing the world. How? We give people the tools to bring their ideas to life and create content that makes life more fun and work more meaningful. We give businesses and organizations the power to truly engage their customers. We're the ones behind the gorgeously designed content that streams across your laptop, TV, phone, and tablet every day—and we’re the ones who harness the massive power of big data to help companies move from data to insight and insight to action by delivering content that people crave most.

We’re a company that understands that product innovation comes from people innovation, and that’s why we invest in cultivating leaders throughout the organization. If you’re passionate about leading from where you sit, join us.

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At Adobe, you will be immersed in an exceptional work environment that is recognized throughout the world on Best Companies lists. You will also be surrounded by colleagues who are committed to helping each other grow through our unique Check-In approach where ongoing feedback flows freely.

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Manager @ Vanderbilt University - Nashville, Tennessee

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Vanderbilt is a renowned private institution founded in 1873 and located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. The university’s students, faculty, and staff frequently cite Nashville and the surrounding area as one of the many perks of being a part of the Vanderbilt community. Vanderbilt University is a place where your expertise will be valued, your knowledge expanded, and your abilities challenged. It is a place where your diversity is sought and celebrated. It is a place where employees know they are part of something bigger than themselves, take exceptional pride in their work and never settle for what was good enough yesterday. Vanderbilt was recently named the “best large employer” in Tennessee and a top employer for women by Forbes, ranked #1 in thePrinceton Review among 384 top colleges and universities for having the best financial aid in the nation – as well as #3 for “happiest students,” “quality of life” and “beautiful campus,” #4 for both being in a “college city that students love” and for having “great campus/city relations.” 

About Vanderbilt Benefits
In addition to offering a lively community that encourages learning and celebrates diversity, Vanderbilt University offers a competitive, flexible benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, accidental death & dismemberment, disability insurance, paid time off, and a 403(b) retirement plan with employer match. Vanderbilt offers tuition assistance to employees, spouses and dependent children. Also, after five years of service, Vanderbilt will pay up to 55% of the tuition for up to three dependent children to earn a bachelor's degree. Learn more about Vanderbilt's benefits at VU Benefits Overview.

About this role

The Investment Manager will focus on our private investments portfolio and will report to the Managing Director. We anticipate hiring someone with a thirst for knowledge, a strong work ethic, a passion for investing, and a team-oriented individual who is committed to furthering the core mission of Vanderbilt University. The Investment Manager will embrace our team’s core values of candor, competitiveness, curiosity, mindfulness, and teamwork.

About the Work Unit

The Vanderbilt University Office of Investments (OoI) has a mission is to protect and grow the University’s the University’s $5.4 billion in endowment assets by delivering outstanding long-term investment returns for the benefit of research and scholarship. Our office is comprised of 27 staff members across three teams: operations, private investments, and public investments. Our focus is on public equities, hedge funds, commodities, fixed income, private equity, venture capital, natural resources, and real estate opportunities. We invest globally. We promote an atmosphere of inclusiveness, innovation, and learning, and we thrive on ways to improve our process while protecting and growing the value of Vanderbilt’s endowment assets. We are committed to supporting one another, upholding our team values, and continuously striving for excellence.

Key Functions and Expected Performance

  • In conjunction with the Managing Directors, Investment Managers and Investment Analysts, globally source and meet with and assess prospective and existing private investment managers.

  • As needed schedule, coordinate, and perform onsite manager visits.

  • Prepare meeting materials.

  • Contribute to the written and analytical due diligence process on all investments. As needed to coordinate, oversee, and author manager due to diligence reports and utilize investment judgment to make recommendations.

  • The individual will be responsible for keeping apprised of industry trends and capital market research related to private investments and provide capital market data and commentary to help evaluate, communicate, and implement tactical views.

  • Network with industry professionals to enhance the success of the investment process.

  • Work with internal groups to carry out strategy-specific, risk, operational, and legal due diligence.

  • Utilize OoI’s manager database. We use the system to source, monitor, update, and cross-reference pertinent information regarding existing and prospective investment managers.

  • Analyze industry trends and conditions such as capital flows, valuations, and trends that may impact global capital markets.

  • Assist in highlighting and communicating private investment portfolio exposures as a part of total endowment risk assessment.

  • Assist in the preparation of communications to the Board of Trust Investment Committee.

  • May be responsible for the development and implementation of quantitative tools to enhance the endowment's risk analysis and asset allocation process.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications

  • A Bachelor's degree is required, but a Master's Degree in Business Administration and/or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation is preferred.

  • At least three years of directly related work experience is required, but more than five is preferred. 

  • We will focus on exceptional candidates with a proven track record of achievement and leadership. 


This opportunity requires a Bachelor's Degree and 3 years of experience or the equivalent.

Principal @ ZZ Ventures - San Francisco, CA

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ZZ Ventures is a venture capital firm headquartered in San Francisco. We focus on investing in highly compelling and emerging technology companies in both venture and growth stages that are involved in the development of innovative next-generation technologies and solutions for the global market. We seek to add value to our invested companies by helping them successfully penetrate the Chinese market through our cross-border resources.

Position Overview

The Principal will be a seasoned investment professional who has significant work experience in early stage venture capital space. He/she will assist with the team leader on sourcing, leading, negotiating, and managing the firm’s investments in Vertically-Focused Technologies, Enterprise Software and IT, IoT, and Emerging Technology.

Specific Responsibilities

Quarterbacking all stages of a private capital investment including product-specific diligence, market analysis, and conducting primary and secondary research, development of investment themes, modeling, due diligence, structuring, legal documentation, negotiation, and investment committee presentations

Monitor financial and operational conditions and industry dynamics of assigned portfolio companies and understand investment capital structure and shareholder rights to analyze portfolio and assist with quarterly reviews with senior venture team

Supporting existing portfolio company investments through ongoing analysis and review with other investment professionals in the firm

Proactively work with the management and board of portfolio companies (in a board observer capacity) to execute growth and operational improvement strategies

Develop an “informed perspective” of assigned sectors, including managing and building brand and relationships with: VC firms, startup accelerators, founders, and other members of the venture ecosystem


Over 10 years of work experience including significant experience at a top-tier venture capital firm or major corporation venture capital group. Work experience in Silicon Valley/San Francisco preferred

MBA or other advanced degree from a top-tier graduate program

Highly developed analytical skills with ability to define issues, collect and analyze pertinent data, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, draw valid conclusions, propose sound recommendations, and implement approved solutions in support of specified goals; “big picture” view with attention to detail is critical

China-related industry or venture investment experience strongly preferred (not required)

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Managing Director @ ZZ Ventures - San Francisco, CA

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ZZ Ventures is a venture capital firm headquartered in San Francisco. We focus on investing in highly compelling and emerging technology companies in both venture and growth stages that are involved in the development of innovative next-generation technologies and solutions for the global market. We seek to add value to our invested companies by helping them successfully penetrate the Chinese market through our cross-border resources.
Position Overview 

The Managing Director will be a senior and experienced investment professional who has worked in the early stage venture capital space. This role will be responsible for sourcing deal flow from his/her network that will lead to early stage investments. This person will be responsible for building an investment team comprised of other Managing Directors, Principals, and Associates with a sector focus on financial services, technology, education, and healthcare. The role will be responsible for building and managing portfolio and realizing attractive exit opportunities.  

Specific Responsibilities 

  • Provide hands-on leadership for all aspects of investment activity—from origination to exit—with the goal of investing a significant amount of capital annually into high-quality opportunities

  • Source proprietary investment opportunities and create an investment deal flow pipeline

  • Validate the business opportunity, establish an investment case, and structure and negotiate terms for potential investments

  • Maintain great relationships with entrepreneurs and other venture capital funds.

  • Develop a complete understanding of an emerging company by evaluating its market opportunity, competition, product, sales and growth, operations, financial statements and projections, management strength, equity needs, and capital structure

  • Work with and support portfolio companies, including attending board meetings and monitoring performance to ensure returns and strategic objectives are achieved


  • A minimum of 15 years of experience including significant experience at a top-tier venture capital firm, or major corporation venture capital group, with a deep understanding of the early stage venture capital space. Work experience in San Francisco Bay Area preferred

  • Proven experience from sourcing to exiting investments, including deal analysis, due diligence, reviewing and negotiating all documentation, serving as deal interface, and driving deal processes to completion

  • Highly developed analytical skills with ability to define issues, collect and analyze pertinent data, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, draw valid conclusions, propose sound recommendations, and implement approved solutions in support of specified goals; attention to detail is critical

  • China-related industry or venture investment experience strongly preferred (not required)

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Partner @ Providence Venture Capital - Seattle, WA

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The Providence Ventures (PV) Partner is expected to independently lead investment transactions, by personally sourcing and maturing his/her own investment opportunities. The Partner will effectively guide the efforts of more junior team members around critical transaction areas, such as financial/investment modelling and comprehensive due diligence, while establishing trusted relationships with entrepreneurs and co-investors, both pre- and post-investment. The Partner will be expected to source high-quality investment opportunities and formulate proactive investment theses on areas of interest. This position will lead all facets of analysis and assessment of potential venture capital investments and portfolio management activities. In addition to core investment activity, the Partner will be expected to offer thought-partnership regarding fund strategy and operational enhancement, and be highly capable representing PV as one of its senior team members at both high-level internal stakeholder meetings and at industry events.

In this position you will:

  • Oversee the development of financial models relating to VC financing transactions, restructurings, valuation analyses and liquidity events

  • Lead due diligence such as customer and management references, industry research (e.g. market sizing and mapping and competitive landscape analyses), while developing a convicted viewpoint on investment opportunities

  • Craft investment memoranda and presentation materials in a lead investor capacity, to include developing and refining presentation themes, data gathering and synthesis, and constructing professional presentation materials

  • Assume Board-level responsibility, where appropriate, when working with portfolio companies to help enhance their performance; closely monitor portfolio company performance and be willing to dig in deeply on portfolio company internal and external business development, as needed

  • Help guide fund strategy with respect to process and infrastructure, to ensure the long-term scalability of PV's Fund

  • Demonstrate an ability to leverage a mature, existing network of relationships that enable the Partner to source a commensurate number of compelling investment opportunities

  • Demonstrate deep experience in effectively advocating for quality investment opportunities to PV's Executive Investment Committee

  • Engage in effective PR modalities, including social media outlets and traditional speaking engagements to evangelize PV's value as an investor

About You

Above all, we are looking for a servant leader whose personal and professional background demonstrates a genuine passion for the mission and core values of Providence Health & Services. You have a style that emphasizes openness, collaboration, visibility, and connectivity. A strong, confident, results-oriented, and decisive leader with the capacity to balance the big picture and strategic perspective with a focus on operations and the details of execution. You can articulate how your work improves healthcare delivery in the communities that we serve.


Required qualifications for this position include:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business/Finance or Technology-related Field is required.

  • Master's Degree in Business/Finance or Technology-related Field is preferred.

  • More than 10 years’ experience from previous employment in venture capital/growth equity investing, investment banking, strategy consulting, relevant corporate development role, or some combination of the above. Partner must be able to demonstrate extensive investment transaction expertise, and have experience providing Board-level governance to entrepreneurial companies.

About Providence St. Joseph Health

In 1912, a small group of Sisters of St. Joseph landed on the rugged shores of Eureka, Calif., to provide education and health care. The ministry later established roots in Orange, California and expanded to serve Southern California, the California High Desert, Northern California and Texas. The health system established many key partnerships, including a merger between Lubbock Methodist Hospital System and St. Mary Hospital to form Covenant Health in Lubbock Texas. Recently, an affiliation was established with Hoag Health to increase access to services in Orange County, California.

At present, the Providence St. Joseph Health family includes:

• Providence Health & Services

• St. Joseph Health System

• Covenant Health in Texas

• Facey Medical Foundation in California

• Hoag Memorial Presbyterian in California

• Kadlec in Washington

• Pacific Medical Centers in Washington

• Swedish Health Services in Washington

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Our Mission

As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

About Us

Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit Catholic network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services guided by a Mission of caring the Sisters of Providence began over 160 years ago. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day

Job Category: Director / Executive

Location: Washington-Seattle

Req ID: 200956