We are looking for an entrepreneurial-minded, outgoing, and energetic leader who is just as comfortable cold calling leads as they are analyzing and optimizing acquisition funnels. Our ideal candidate tries to find ways around or through walls before stopping and has the experience to demonstrate that. Lastly, and most importantly, this hire needs to share the same killer work ethic and positive spirit that we have and always will look for in team members at Tape.
Impact Engine seeks a Principal to join its newly formed private equity investment team. This individual will be expected to play a key role in the sourcing, vetting, and management of investments in private equity impact funds and direct co-investments for a new private equity fund offering in development. This position is based in Chicago and will report directly to the Chief Investment Officer.
The Foundation’s Research, Evaluation, Evidence and Data (REED) unit develops and manages a wide range of activities related to research, evaluation, performance management and the development of data systems and evidence-based practices.
Reporting to the director of Research and Evaluation, the research associate will help lead research and evaluation efforts, working closely with REED colleagues to promote collaboration and integration in areas such as child welfare, juvenile justice, economic opportunity, community change, policy reform and leadership development. The research associate will also conduct quantitative data analyses and reviews of research and data resources to support ongoing REED strategic planning and performance management.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation seeks a director with experience in human services (e.g., child welfare, juvenile justice, health or education) or workforce development — with an emphasis on working with or on behalf of older youth — to lead its Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative. The Foundation’s Jim Casey Initiative focuses on the nearly 1 million young people ages 14–26 who have spent time in foster care after their 14th birthday. By improving the practices and policies that affect these young people, the Foundation aims to ensure they receive the support they need to transition from foster care with the relationships, resources and opportunities they need to greatly improve their life prospects.
The initiative involves three primary strategies: (1) implementing a site-based model of practice that builds on local partnerships and resources and is replicable and transferable; (2) leading concrete policy advocacy, guided by research and data, to promote developmentally appropriate foster care and the provision of support services beyond age 18; and (3) engaging young people in the work, including supporting and training them to be at the center of all practice and policy change. As part of this work, the director will advance the Foundation’s efforts to increase permanence, housing stability and educational and economic success for youth and young adults transitioning from foster care — and to prevent early pregnancy and support young parents.
The Foundation seeks a program associate for its Atlanta Civic Site team to help advance its community development goals and strategies. This work includes a substantial focus on the redevelopment of Pittsburgh Yards, a 31-acre Foundation-owned site in southwest Atlanta, for the benefit of surrounding communities. Therefore, the Foundation seeks an individual with commercial development experience.
The Atlanta Civic Site team focuses on the six neighborhoods that make up Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V), seeking to transform them into communities where children and families thrive, with an explicit focus on promoting racial and ethnic equity and inclusion. The team’s neighborhood transformation strategy aims to ensure NPU-V is safe and has strong locally owned businesses; high-quality affordable housing; and resident networks that improve the community. This position will support investments in inclusive economic development at Pittsburgh Yards and quality affordable housing development, with the goal of attracting large-scale co-investment to improve the infrastructure and economic and housing conditions in the community.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation seeks a politically savvy individual to serve as director of Policy Reform and Advocacy and lead its work on national and state policy issues, including economic opportunity, workforce development, health care, the social safety net, taxes, budget and immigration. The director will set the policy agenda, strategic vision and related goals and, through grantees, advance innovative, bipartisan policy solutions at the federal and state level, informed by individuals and families at the heart of the Foundation’s mission. The director will explicitly advocate racially equitable policies that address the needs of children and families who face the greatest barriers to success, in addition to advancing narratives that reinforce those efforts in partnership with communications colleagues. This individual also will work with grantees to pilot new approaches in difficult policy environments.
The director will oversee this infrastructure and manage the development of data-driven policy advocacy strategies, products, bipartisan partnerships and messages, which enable the Foundation to advance policy positions that reflect its mission, principles and values. In addition, the director will supervise the Foundation’s federal and state policy teams. The National Policy Reform and Advocacy team manages a network of coordinated partners that inform and influence federal policy, including multi-issue think tanks, specialized policy-analysis organizations, communications firms, consultants and grass-tops and grassroots advocacy groups. The KIDS COUNT team manages the nationwide KIDS COUNT network, State Priorities Partnership and related supporting partners, as well as the KIDS COUNT Data Center, and leads the development of the annual KIDS COUNT Data Book, in addition to policy reports and data snapshots. The director of Policy Reform and Advocacy serves on the Foundation’s Committee of Managers and reports to the vice president for External Affairs.
The Foundation seeks to hire two investment analysts who will be integral members of the team, applying their skills and experience to help promote the well-being of children and families throughout the country. The analysts will be responsible for a wide range of daily activities that contribute to portfolio management and investment decisions, including performing due diligence and monitoring managers. One position will focus on marketable investments, while the other will focus on private capital. These positions offer an opportunity to have a tremendous impact at the Foundation, develop specialized expertise and gain broad exposure to various asset classes in an intellectually stimulating and collaborative environment.
The Investments team encourages independent thinking, open dialogue and new ideas from all members. The Foundation also supports and encourages professional development for staff to further develop their skills and advance their careers. These newly created positions, which will report to senior members of the Investments team, are early-career professional opportunities with a two-year term.
The communications associates will help support a team of hard-working communications professionals, using their skills to help build that brighter future. They should be passionate about issues related to child well-being, youth and young adults, families, economic opportunity and community development; exceptional writers with a strong eye for detail and dedication to accuracy; and adept at juggling multiple projects and deadlines and translating complex jargon to move hearts and minds. They also should be great listeners who can grasp the needs of various audiences. Both communications associates will report to a senior communications associate and work closely with other staff and consultants.
The Foundation seeks a manager of Talent Strategies to serve as a strategic partner and change agent, developing and implementing effective talent acquisition and relations practices, performance evaluation and staff development that align the Foundation’s mission, standards and principles with talented employees. Together with the director of Human Resources and members of the Committee of Managers, the manager of Talent Strategies will focus on solutions, maintain a high level of customer satisfaction and provide guidance and advice on all talent and employee engagement issues.
Moderne is hiring a super connected executive in the commercial real estate space (specifically multifamily and office) to help our companies drive value for the industry and help our Corporate Partners maximize their benefits from using new technology and innovation. The position is based in Chicago.
Moderne Ventures is hiring a Sr. Associate for a Partner Track position with Moderne Ventures. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to work within an entrepreneurial team and help shape and grow the vision of the firm. The position is based in Chicago.
Moderne Ventures (Chicago, IL)
Moderne Ventures is hiring a hardworking and uber-organized Program Manager to lead operations for the Moderne Passport. The Program manager is a leader, promoter, community builder, and most of all, operational manager of the Passport program. The Program Manager is self-motivated, process driven, and goal oriented. The position is based in Chicago.
University of Texas/Texas A&M Investment Mangement Company (Austin, TX)
The Senior Analyst or Associate will be responsible for monitoring current relationships, sourcing and evaluating potential investment opportunities, and executing projects to help monitor managers and the portfolio. UTIMCO invests primarily via funds, partnerships and direct co-investments. This offers a unique opportunity to work across the entire credit spectrum, ranging from “long only” loan and bond opportunities (corporate and sovereign) distressed securities, capital structure arbitrage, direct lending, non-performing loan portfolios, illiquid opportunities, and distressed for control positions.
Interested candidates can send their resume to email@example.com
Ultra Capital (San Francisco, CA)
Ultra Capital is looking for an investment analyst with a passion for finance, diligence, and sustainability to work alongside the investment team in San Francisco. Ideal candidates for this position will have 2-4 years of experience in investment banking, private equity, or management consulting with an emphasis on the infrastructure or sustainability sectors.
Vice President of Leveraged Finance would be responsible for structuring and marketing high yield bond and institutional / pro rata loans to large cap corporate issuers. Candidate should have experience creating value-add pitchbooks, and presenting those ideas to clients. In addition, the candidate should be prepared to spend significant time on internal projects and infrastructure, given the growing platform needs.
Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) is seeking a Private Equity Associate or Senior Associate to join our principal investments team in Austin, Texas. TRS is a leader in private equity and has invested over $2 billion of capital across more than 20 private equity principal investments since building the co-investment platform. This individual will perform due diligence analysis of potential private equity direct investment opportunities and assist with day-to-day monitoring and reporting of the investment portfolio. In this job, you will have a unique opportunity to conduct complex investments research and analysis and support leading global investors in a variety of M&A transactions including buyouts, growth equity, and distressed private equity. This position reports to the Managing Director of Private Equity
This position will be filled at one of two levels (Associate or Senior Associate) depending upon the qualifications of the individual selected and the discretion of the hiring manager.
The Investment Analyst position is an entry level position. The Investment Analyst is an integral part of various client teams supporting our institutional clients. The person will assist our Consultants and Senior Consultants in the preparation of the quarterly client reports and will provide support in various client-specific analytical activities including performance analysis and portfolio attribution, asset allocation and asset liability studies, investment manager searches, and all other client-related projects. Analysts will also conduct investment manager research and due diligence across traditional asset classes as well as on hedge funds, private equity and real estate funds.
The Associate will be responsible for transaction execution and will oversee day-to-day transaction activity. Specifically, this would include overseeing the creation of deal-related documents (confidential information memoranda, management presentations, pitch presentations), contacting potential buyers, overseeing due diligence (leading diligence calls, responding to requests for information, interfacing with clients, managing electronic data rooms), and developing/analyzing financial statements and valuation models. The Associate will also assist in new business development activities, which includes identifying and networking with referral sources, market research and tracking potential new business opportunities, and developing marketing materials and pitch decks. The Associate will work directly with Managing Directors/senior staff, and the position will involve considerable interface with clients and potential buyers.
Position located in wonderful Denver. McWHINNEY is in need of someone with underwriting, land acquisition and project management experience.