Two of members of the GEM, Aaron Block and Elie Finegold at MetaProp, are looking to hire a Venture Capital Principal for the firm, a Senior Family Office Salesperson, and a Senior Institutional Investor Salesperson.
About the Positions:
- NYC/Remote based full-time work
- Base + Commission (sales roles)+ Carry
Principal: Opportunity to help lead MetaProp’s early-stage venture capital investment program from lead deal flow through execution. Provides portfolio support and community engagement when necessary as a representative of MetaProp. The ideal candidate has 5-10 years of venture capital or other relevant experience.
Senior Family Office Salesperson: Will have the opportunity to help build out the Family Office partnerships via relationship sourcing and management across the globe, with a focus on registered investment advisors (RIAs), single-family offices, multi-family offices, and ultra-high-net-worth individuals in the United States. The ideal candidate has 3-8 years of experience at investment management or wealth management firm in a client-facing capacity with a willingness to travel extensively if required.
Senior Institutional Investor Salesperson: Will be responsible for investment relationships with clients around the globe, with a focus on endowments and foundations in the United States. This hire will assist with mapping the addressable investor market, developing new business opportunities, territory management, and ongoing client service to hit individual sales targets. The ideal candidate has 3-8 years of experience at a buy-side investment firm, an institutional consulting firm, or placement agent in a client-facing capacity with a willingness to travel extensively if required.
Interested? Check out the MetaProp.vc/careers for more information.
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