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Deadline: 11:56 pm

  1 Submission

2022 Kapor Fellows: Venture Capital

Internship Dates: Early-June to Mid-August

The Kapor Center is a family of three distinct organizations working under a shared mission. (SMASH: a 501(c)(3) public charity which operates STEM education programs, Kapor Capital: a seed-stage investment fund, and Kapor Foundation: a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation). The Kapor Center aims to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion in the technology and entrepreneurship ecosystem through increasing access to tech and STEM education programs, conducting research on access and opportunity in computing, investing in community organizations and gap-closing tech startups, building diverse and inclusive companies, and increasing access to capital among diverse entrepreneurs and fund managers.

For over 10 years the Kapor Center has run summer internship programs designed to provide career pathways to exponentially accelerate the number of underrepresented individuals entering tech companies, venture capital and tech-based entrepreneurship. This year the Kapor Fellows: Venture Capital Program (formerly known as the Kapor Capital Summer Associate Program) is growing to include 6 partner funds who will also host summer associates. Partner funds represent both direct investors in technology start ups and Limited Partners who invest in fund managers. Partner funds are led by diverse leadership teams and invest across a range of sectors.

In addition to working with a fund, a few summer fellows will work with a group of four Kapor Capital portfolio companies who are developing a shared offering to help low income citizens of color in cities. The companies span energy, fintech and workforce development.

We are looking for a few great candidates to fill our 2022 class. The ideal candidate will be entering an MBA, MS, JD, PhD, or a comparable graduate program in the Fall of 2022 or, alternatively going into their second (or third) year or completing their graduate studies. We are also open to individuals with a few years of startup experience looking to transition into a career in VC.

Candidates should have a strong interest in learning about the venture capital industry and a passion for start-up technology companies. All fellows will gain exposure to key areas of venture capital including financial analysis, sector due diligence, deal execution, and portfolio support.

The summer will begin with a retreat designed to introduce you to the Kapor Center, partner funds and the venture investment process. The fellows will be paired with partner firms and during the summer will complete projects aligned with their interest, as well as the needs of their partner firm. Throughout the summer, fellows will work closely with others in their summer associate class as well as partner firm staff, who will serve as colleagues and mentors. Each Friday, fellows will have professional development trainings at the Kapor Center in Oakland.

Primary Tasks:

Review and analyze pitch decks and meet with entrepreneurs

Deliver high quality analytical insights on various technologies and markets on a macro and micro level; provide input to investment team members

Provide support for various market and technology research projects. Specific activities include but are not limited to: sector research; analysis on investment portfolio returns; and financial modeling

Assist in deal execution under mentorship of investment team members. Responsibilities may include helping to draft Investment Memos and reviewing legal documentation

Complete a Summer Capstone project related to each candidates interest and each firm’s needs. Past projects have included:

Helping portfolio companies create a welcoming culture for people from diverse backgrounds

Researching what platform services other early stage VCs and technology incubators provide to entrepreneurs

Sector landscape analysis and strategy recommendation

Requirements

Strong belief in the Kapor Center’s mission to use technology to close gaps of access and opportunity for low income communities and communities of color.

Currently enrolled or recently completed an MBA, MS, JD, PhD in science, business, or other disciplines. We are also open to non-traditional candidates that can demonstrate a genuine interest in venture capital.

Demonstrated commitment to closing gaps of access, opportunity, or outcomes for low-income communities of underrepresented ethnic and racial minorities.

At least 2 years of full-time, post-undergraduate work experience.

Desire to pursue a career in venture capital ecosystem

High level of confidentiality and strong work ethic

Superior written and oral communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively to all levels of the organization and to the larger technology community.

Strong knowledge of Excel and Google Spreadsheets

Strongly Preffered

Demonstrated success working with diverse teams (e.g. African-American, Latinx, Native American, and LGBTQ communities)

Candidates with knowledge of the world of technology startups as a founder, early-stage employee, or another full-time role

Location: Oakland

Benefits

Compensation :

We offer a competitive monthly internship salary.


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Deadline: 11:59 pm

2022 Inclusion by Insight Summit (NYC/Virtual)

Location: New York, NY, USA | Position: Intern

We are committed to fostering a more equitable tech investing ecosystem. As part of this commitment, we are excited to announce our reinvented Inclusion By Insight Summit (IIS). 

During this two-day program a select group of second-year undergraduate students will have the unique chance to learn more about Venture Capital, Private Equity, and the tech investing space through real-world application. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with diverse leaders from across Insight and our portfolio through interactive breakout sessions. Lastly, all attendees are invited to a one-of-a-kind networking event that will leave your mind blown!

This year we will be offering a two-day program for second-year undergraduate students. We recognize that diversity comes in many different facets; we welcome everyone to apply! You will have the opportunity to tell us more about how you identify during the application process. 

Qualifications

Undergraduate students who graduate in spring 2024

A passion for software, technology, and investing

Intellectually curious, results driven, and excited about speaking with founders

What is diversity at Insight?

Race

Ethnicity

Gender 

Sexual Orientation 

Education

Income

Skills

Beliefs

Upbringing

National Origin

Space is limited, we encourage you to complete your application as quickly as possible.

About Us:

Insight Partners is a leading global venture capital and private equity firm investing in high-growth technology and software ScaleUp companies driving transformative change in their industries. Founded in 1995, Insight Partners has invested in more than 400 companies worldwide and has raised more than $30 billion in capital commitments through a series of funds. Insight's mission is to find, fund, and work successfully with visionary executives, providing them with practical, hands-on software expertise to foster long-term success. Across its people and portfolio, Insight encourages a culture around a belief that ScaleUp companies and growth create an opportunity for all.

What differentiates Insight? Our unique three-pillar formula to success!

Unrivaled sourcing by our analyst team

Strong focus on growth-stage software

Post-investment ScaleUp expertise provided by our Onsite team of software experts

If this excites you, keep reading to learn more about our 2022 Inclusion By Insight Summit.
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

2022 Tax Internship (For Law School Students)

Location: Stamford, CT | Open to 1st Year, 2nd Year and 3rd Year law school students

An Internship with Point72’s Tax Team

Point72’s Tax team conducts tax research and tax planning projects and oversee Point72’s tax compliance for 30+ funds and 50+ private equity and management companies. We manage all tax-related projects external firms and within Point72, responsible for overseeing all domestic (U.S.) and foreign (non-U.S.) Partnership, C Corporation, S Corporation, Individual, and Foundation tax filings.  Our group is also responsible for analyzing tax implications and capital planning strategies for the Firm. We’re seeking someone currently pursuing a law degree with some focus in Tax to join our team as an intern. The learning opportunities for this role are unlimited, as you apply your skills to the complex structure of our organization, a high volume and range of trading instruments, and contributing to tax planning requests that support our leadership’s strategic decisions.

What you’ll do

Prepare tax schedules, analysis, and supporting work papers

Review complex partnership and corporate tax returns

Work closely with various business units to ensure that Point72 is compliant with tax laws and policies

Proactively interact with key internal clients and external service providers to gather information and respond to information requests

Make recommendations for business and process improvements

What’s required

Currently pursuing a law degree with concentration/exposure/focus on tax

The ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines in a fast-paced environment

Strong analytical, written, and verbal communication skills

Strong attention to detail and capability to remain organized

An ability to work cooperatively with all levels of staff and a commitment to acting with professionalism and integrity at all times

High level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Competency with basic accounting principles and research tools

Ability to work 20-30 hours per week, with the option to work additional hours

About Point72

Point72 Asset Management is a global firm led by Steven Cohen that invests in multiple asset classes and strategies worldwide. Resting on more than a quarter-century of investing experience, we seek to be the industry’s premier asset manager through delivering superior risk-adjusted returns, adhering to the highest ethical standards, and offering the greatest opportunities to the industry’s brightest talent. We’re inventing the future of finance by revolutionizing how we develop our people and how we use data to shape our thinking.
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

Investment Associate, Portfolio Team

Our corporate office is located in Chicago’s vibrate West Loop with portfolio companies operating throughout the United States.

We are a fast growing organization, seeking talented, creative and driven people who believe that when you give people the support they need, amazing things happen.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to a senior member of the Portfolio Team, the Investment Associate will assist Senior Portfolio team members with sourcing, structuring, negotiating, supporting and executing on CA’s investment strategies.

The role is intended for someone with previous financial and deal execution experience who is interested in joining the principal investing side of finance.

The associate role is designed to provide the candidate with a high frequency of deal execution and principal investment experience.

Through this role, the Associate will have the opportunity to learn how investment opportunities are evaluated, how deals are consummated and how investment firms manage their portfolio companies post-investment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITES

Initial Deal Evaluation on opportunities sourced through CA relationships, investment banking and venture capital fund community.

May include some travel to conferences / events Primary responsibility for running the CA Due Diligence process on investment opportunities; including Due Diligence tracking, obtaining and analyzing documents and crafting financial and other analytical models and capitalization tables

Preparation of CA investment presentation and execution materials including: financials models, capitalization tables, investment presentations, due diligence memos, investment committee materials, etc.

Assisting with structuring and negotiating investment transactions; the Associate will have the opportunity to be part of dynamic deal teams and participate in the negotiation process to ultimately consummate a deal Post-investment, assisting senior portfolio team members with management and oversight of portfolio companies, including reviewing and crafting business and financial strategies.

Opportunity to attend portfolio company meetings and on-site strategy sessions Responsible for building and maintaining CA Portfolio Team processes and procedures and other day-to-day operational files



CLEVELAND AVENUE LLC.

When you give entrepreneurs the support they need, amazing things happen.

Cleveland Avenue, LLC Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Opportunity to work directly with Senior Portfolio team members to drive thought leadership, investment strategy, portfolio construction and help formulate and present major strategy updates to CA leadership.

CORE COMPETENCIES

Transaction / Investment Experience Financial acumen (advanced financial modeling and analysis skills)

Financial and business strategy Exceptional Written and Verbal Communication skills Strategic thinker Systems / operational thinker

Results oriented Strong drive, determination and curiosity Exceptional work ethic

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree, preferred major in finance, accounting, economics or business 2+ years of experience in financial services with a focus on transaction (M&A) or relevant investment experience

Strong Interest in principal investment, preferably in the consumer space Excellent financial, analytical, project management, communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills

Knowledge or demonstrated interest in investment strategy

Collaborative work style with demonstrated ability to build strong and effective client / investor and cross-functional relationships

Goal oriented, strong drive and work ethic, desire to be a part of a fast-paced team that strives for success And A Little Something Extra Passion for food, beverage and restaurant space

Previous experience investing in / advising a start-up organization, a plus
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

Associate, Value Creation, Softbank Opportunity Fund

Associate, Opportunity Fund - SoftBank Group International

Location: Miami, FL; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; Atlanta, GA

The SoftBank Group invests in breakthrough technologies to improve the quality of life for people around the world. The SoftBank Group is comprised of SoftBank Group Corp. (TOKYO: 9984), an investment holding company that includes stakes in telecommunications, internet services, AI, smart robotics, IoT and clean energy technology providers; the SoftBank Vision Funds, which are investing more than $100 billion to help extraordinary entrepreneurs transform industries and shape new ones; the $8 billion SoftBank Latin America Funds, the largest venture fund in that region, and the SB Opportunity Fund, a $100 million venture fund for outstanding Black, Latinx, and Native American founders.

SoftBank Group International (SBGI) is wholly owned by SoftBank Group, a Japanese holding company, and manages several global investments for SoftBank Group outside of the SoftBank Vision Funds. SBGI investments include some of the world’s most ground-breaking growth-stage companies– and SBGI partners with portfolio companies across all sectors to drive growth and create value. SBGI investments include companies like Cybereason, InMobi, WeWork, SoFi, Lemonade, and others. SBGI also manages the SoftBank Latin America Funds and the SB Opportunity Fund.

In 2021, we also launched the Miami Initiative, a $100M funding commitment dedicated to supporting and building the community of technology start-ups based in or relocating to The Magic City.

SBGI is centered around our four Ethos: Entrepreneurship, Integrity, Excellence, and Team, which we aim to live by through all parts of our business.

Learn more at www.softbank.com

The Role

SBGI is seeking an Associate to join the Opportunity Fund’s Value Creation team. Reporting to the Head of Value Creation, you will be expected to independently perform various functions that lead up to a deal or partnership, including engaging portfolio companies, developing business plans, run market research, partnership selection, due diligence, modelling and preparing investment memos. You will also be expected to help in the development of new partnerships and deals that aim to support our portfolio company’s growth. You will work in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment with frequent opportunities to interact with the firm’s senior leadership and portfolio companies.

As part of SoftBank’s Opportunity Fund, the Value Creation team is responsible for developing new strategic initiatives for SoftBank and for co-investing with portfolio companies from the SoftBank Groups (Vision Fund, LATAM, SBGI) to expand their operations. The Value Creation team aims to quickly leverage the SoftBank network and our portfolio company’s expertise to create local unicorns. The team works closely with founders within our portfolio companies to explore their full potential and maximize the value creation of the company.  

A Day in the Life

Partner with fund leadership to lead and support strategic and operational management initiatives across portfolio companies.  

Work alongside and build strong relationships with portfolio company management teams and leadership to drive operational improvement and continued growth.  

Ensure a high degree of rigor and quality in all projects and ensure that best-of-breed processes and learnings are adopted by SoftBank OF companies.  

Conduct market and competitive diligence on sectors of interest and within the industries where we have active portfolio investments.  

Assist the investment team in identifying, prioritizing, and executing key strategic initiatives across the business plans. Develop strategic direction and growth initiatives in a format that clearly outlines ROI. 

Ensure that other companies within the OF portfolio are collaborating and communicating across our portfolio’s strategic initiatives, making sure that the right team members are included to ensure successful delivery of synergies. 

Partner with founders and c-suite leaders to assess and develop their growth potential, effectiveness, and performance. Partner with the individual strategic leaders of each business line to establish unit realistic performance objectives, training, education, coaching and mentoring. 

Assist with growth initiatives to include more acquisitions and partnership identification strategies. Identify, research, and develop new opportunities/business ventures that fall within and outside of existing lines of business.   

Organize roadshows to present the region and explore our network to possible partners.

Proactively look for new opportunities and propose new projects for SBOF.

Identify and educate team on new, innovative technology trends and markets.

To be successful in this role:

·        You embody our Ethos:

o   Entrepreneurship. You act like an owner; you innovate; you are fast-paced and agile.

o   Integrity. You act with integrity and ethics; you take intelligent risks with long term commitment; you believe in learning, listening and being nimble.

o   Excellence. You aim for exceptional outcomes; you drive value in your actions.

o   Team. You embrace diversity and you are inclusive and respectful in every interaction; you run on trust and transparency; you foster collaboration across our ecosystem.

You have 2+ years of operations or equivalent business experience within a high-growth PE or Tech environment or in management consulting.

You have strong ties or a demonstrated interest in diverse founders and ecosystems.

You have an inquisitive nature, with the ability to quickly gather and synthesize information, draw appropriate conclusions, and provide value-added recommendations.

You have experience in a fast-paced, high-performance culture where the business is constantly evolving.

You can influence and develop strong working relationships with senior stakeholders across functions and locations globally.

You think critically and anticipate issues before they arise, and proactively suggest practical solutions.

You have stellar project management skills with exceptional attention to detail and discipline to organize and prioritize.

 

SBGI is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We believe that diverse teams produce the best ideas and outcomes. We are committed to building a culture of inclusion, entrepreneurship, and innovation across gender, race, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, and identity.
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

  58 Submissions

Interns: Private Equity - NYC, Tampa, Remote

Hiring immediately.

Seeking Interns that can work on a part-time basis (~15-20 hours a week) during the school year and full-time during summer.

Location: Interns may be remote during school year and are expected to be able to be full-time during Summer in either NYC or Tampa, Florida.

Star Mountain is a rapidly growing U.S. lower middle-market (“LMM”) asset management firm with multiple investment verticals providing competitive investment advantages and compelling career opportunities. Culture and long-term alignment of interest are core principles, as evidenced by 100% of employees participating in carried interest. The Firm has ~$2 billion in AUM and expects strong continued growth based on its performance, distinctive investment approach and diversified investor base.

Job Description:

Assist underwriting and investment team with due diligence evaluating private investment opportunities, including senior debt, mezzanine, and equity investments as well as primary and secondary fund investments

Conduct research and analysis on industries and geographies

Prepare financial models, management reviews, industry overviews, expected return scenarios, and present findings to senior management

Assist with marketing, investor presentations, and investment committee memos

Assist with innovative technology solutions to support the company’s growth strategy

Qualifications:

Excited to work hard in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment building a unique organization

Ability to create, analyze, and format financial information effectively using Excel

Accounting and corporate finance experience / coursework a plus

High academic performance in core finance coursework (e.g. finance, economics, accounting,etc.)

Previous internships in the finance / investment industry are preferred, but not required

Highly skilled with MS PowerPoint, Excel, and Word for presentation purposes

Must have great attitude, excellent communication and people skills, integrity, and high work ethic

Must be detail oriented and organized

Positive culture and attitude along with top quality execution required

GPA of 3.3 or higher

Time Commitment:

Seeking Interns that can work on a part-time basis (~15-20 hours a week) during the school year and full-time during summer



Star Mountain values team players with positive, solution-oriented attitudes, complemented by a strong work ethic. The Firm is highly committed to long-term training and career development. Star Mountain is 100% employee-owned with material, long-term wealth creation opportunity for committed, entrepreneurial professionals.

The Firm was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by Crain’s in 2019 and 2020 and was named one of Pensions & Investments Best Places to Work in 2019 and 2020. Star Mountain also has a charitable foundation whose mission includes assisting veterans, women and athletes with career development, encouraging small business job creation, and supporting health and wellness initiatives such as cancer research.
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

  14 Submissions

Business Analyst - Office of the CIO (students graduating in 2022 are encouraged to apply)

A Career with Point72’s Office of the CIO

The Office of the Chief Investment Officer, led by co-CIO Harry Schwefel, supports the success and development of our long/short discretionary investment professionals, oversees our sector executive, portfolio construction, and liquidity groups, and to continues to advance the tools and resources available to our teams.

Business Analyst – Office of the Chief Investment Officer

We are currently seeking a highly motivated and experienced Business Analyst to join our office of the CIO. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the operational and strategic initiatives of the Chief Investment Officer and ensuring that the Long/Short Equity Platform is making informed business decisions.

In this role you will:

Work with Point72 senior management and investment professionals in all sectors, presenting the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of our business

Conceptualize, prepare, and execute large scale projects

Perform financial and strategic analysis

Record, capture, and understand data around our discretionary investment processes and use this data to reach conclusions on ways to improve business performance

Design technology tools to improve the firm’s investment and management processes

Collaborate cross-functionally with all stakeholders (e.g. Portfolio managers, analysts, and Firm management)

What’s Required:

0-4 years of professional experience working in Finance or Technology

Intellectual curiosity and eagerness to learn

Excellent listening, verbal, and written communication skills

Proficiency in Excel and Microsoft Office

Proficiency in SQL, Python or other coding languages

Knowledge of core finance and investing concepts

The ability to synthesize information quickly in order to provide an independent and objective viewpoint, propose appropriate solutions, and drive meaningful change

The touch and gravitas to engage with and influence senior stakeholders

High level of ownership with ability to determine how best to add value, rather than focusing narrowly on delegated responsibilities

Organization and project management skills and experience
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

  27 Submissions

2023 Summer Investment Analyst

Location: New York, NY, USA | Position: Intern

We accept candidates on a rolling basis but we review applications in order of when candidates complete their application.

Job Description

A Growth Stage Venture Firm Opportunity

Insight Partners has summer opportunities for undergrads that are graduating between December 2023 – June 2024 to join Insight Partners as a Summer Investment Analyst starting in late May 2023.

Our Summer Investment Analyst program focuses on developing professionals in the venture and PE investing business. You will learn how to best speak to entrepreneurs, different business models that are attractive to Insight, how deals are structured and modelled, and all aspects of the lifecycle of a deal. You will be supported by an analyst mentor, your team members, and partners.

Few leading investment venture/PE organizations offer the type of opportunity that Insight Partners offers our interns. The life blood of our organization is sourcing, and you will be immediately thrust into the chaotic world of venture-funded business. You will be speaking with entrepreneurs every day, learning from them, questioning them, and ultimately recommending if their business is worth considering for investment. 

Sourcing venture businesses is not easy work Funding a growth stage venture business in the technology space today is not easy work. It is a competitive environment where many firms are trying to find their next “winner.” Insight’s approach is unique, and our Analysts are our front line in interacting with and informing entrepreneurs about the Insight difference. Our Analysts are involved in all stages of the deal process.

Job #1—Find Great Companies - Finding great companies may sound easy…it isn’t. You will need to first locate them, ascertain their growth prospects and momentum, and learn about their markets. You will develop investment theses and, over time, develop deal judgement. It will be critical for you to be able to cultivate strong relationships with entrepreneurs and demonstrate the value that Insight provides these companies before, during, and after the fund-raising process.

Get involved with deals - When a deal goes live, you will be exposed to the evaluation process, negotiations, and due diligence. You may also have a role in performing industry and market research, financial modeling, and customer analytics.

Developing investment memos - All the work up to this point comes together in an investment memo which lays out both the risks and merits of a transaction. Here you will learn to present both the qualitative and quantitative analysis of a deal.

Find great M&A targets - Many of our growth and PE investments rely upon successful acquisitions to bolster top line growth. You will learn how to identify synergistic M&A targets, how these deals might be structured, and how the post-acquisition company might be organized.

Qualifications

Undergraduates, graduating between December 2023 - June 2024.

All undergraduate fields of study are welcome.

Company Description

A little about Insight Partners

Founded in 1995, Insight Partners is a leading global venture capital and private equity firm investing in market-leading software ScaleUp companies. Some of these companies include Pluralsight, Qualtrics, Smartsheet, Alteryx, Yext, Trivago, HelloFresh, and Docusign. Insight has invested in more than 400 companies and has raised through a series of funds more than $30 billion in capital commitments. With 25+ years of investment experience, our mission is to partner with enterprise-ready software companies that have proven business models and product-market fit, to accelerate growth for long term success. 

Having completed 200+ portfolio led acquisitions, 100+ strategic exits, and more than 50 IPOs, Insight is the leading ScaleUp software investor. It engages in both majority and minority investments and purchases both primary and secondary shares. Insight’s focus on growth provides the financial flexibility to pursue investments such as growth equity, capital for M&A, PE buyouts, take-privates, pre-IPO rounds, and recapitalizations. Insight has been recognized by several awards and rankings including the Forbes Midas List, Fortune's list of top-performing 20 funds, and the Private Equity International Awards.

Insight’s ScaleUp division, Insight Onsite, partners with Insight’s portfolio companies to build formidable software businesses. Onsite is comprised of 50+ operational experts with experience working at ScaleUp software companies, who have the shared goal to help portfolio companies define their business strategy, build their teams, and improve their operations as they scale. Onsite is organized via 6 Centers of Excellence: Talent, Product & Tech, Marketing, Sales & Customer Success, Business Development, and Strategy and M&A, to provide tailored guidance critical to scaling software businesses.
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Deadline: 11:55 pm

Macro Quantitative Research Intern

Location: New York City

We are seeking a quantitative research intern to work with a Macro RV Portfolio Manager.

The internship responsibilities would include:

Working side by side with the PM to directly assist in the alpha generating process



Building a standalone framework to predict and refine monetary policy moves of the European Central Bank



Developing a deep understanding of the regulatory nuts-and-bolts that drive central bank movement and how they affect debt markets and the overall economy 

Desirable Candidates

Undergraduate degree or higher in computer science, mathematics, statistics, or other quantitative discipline



Excellent technical coding skills in Python



A deep understanding of optimization algorithms (convex and robust) as well as prior experience with error correction algorithms (preferably in conjunction with optimization)



Familiarity with collecting and consolidating raw data from multiple sources, and comfort in cleaning and sorting that data into a useful format



Ability to be independent and driven in quantifying central bank regulations and translating them into fixed income pricing dynamics  
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Deadline: 11:59 pm

  29 Submissions

Interns: Private Equity Finance and Operations - NYC, Tampa, Remote

Hiring Immediately. 

Seeking Interns that can work on a part-time basis (~15-20 hours a week) during the school year and full-time during summer.

Location: Interns may be remote during school year and are expected to be able to be full-time during Summer in either NYC or Tampa, Florida.

Star Mountain is a rapidly growing U.S. lower middle-market (“LMM”) asset management firm with multiple investment verticals providing competitive investment advantages and compelling career opportunities. Culture and long-term alignment of interest are core principles, as evidenced by 100% of employees participating in carried interest. The Firm has ~$2 billion in AUM and expects strong continued growth based on its performance, distinctive investment approach and diversified investor base.

Job Description:

Working directly with the CFO of the company on strategic initiatives.

Monitoring investments post-close including financial modeling of debt / structured equity schedules.

Ability to read balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.

Managing our third-party service providers in fund administration.

Conduct outreach to existing and prospective investors to educate them regarding Star Mountain.

Develop a thorough understanding of the company and its investment strategies / product offerings.

Utilize CRM system to track and manage relationships.

Qualifications

Working towards undergraduate degree studying Accounting / Finance / Economics.

Ideally experience with some type of asset management or investment firm.

Desirable Traits

Positive attitude.

Strong English written and verbal communication skills.

Highly organized.

Detail oriented.

Sense of ownership and pride in work, firm and culture.

Quick learner. 

Highly personable and work well in a team environment.

Requirements also include prioritizing, managing various deadlines in a fast-paced entrepreneurial work environment.

Star Mountain values team players with positive, solution-oriented attitudes, complemented by a strong work ethic. The Firm is highly committed to long-term training and career development. Star Mountain is 100% employee-owned with material, long-term wealth creation opportunity for committed, entrepreneurial professionals.

The Firm was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by Crain’s in 2019 and 2020 and was named one of Pensions & Investments Best Places to Work in 2019 and 2020. Star Mountain also has a charitable foundation whose mission includes assisting veterans, women and athletes with career development, encouraging small business job creation, and supporting health and wellness initiatives such as cancer research.

Star Mountain focuses on providing bespoke event-driven financing solutions comprised of strategic debt and preferred or common equity capital to U.S. based businesses with between $5 and $30 million in EBITDA.  Star Mountain’s differentiated direct lending strategy includes being an active and value-added investment partner to non-sponsored and niche sponsor-owned U.S. based companies which includes leveraging its aligned advisory and operating partner network.