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Trives du i et tempofyldt VC miljø, hvor du vil stå i spidsen for et exceptionelt iværksætterteam med talentfulde, motiverede og drevne mennesker? Og er du passioneret om det danske VC-miljø? I så fald er du muligvis vores nye Country Manager.

 

Din Mission

Vi leder efter en exceptionel Country Manager til at stå i spidsen for vores team i København. Som Country Manager bliver du ansvarlig for den danske afdeling og sikrer, at vi laver de rigtige ventureinvesteringer med de rigtige investorer. Du vil sikre, at vi kontinuerligt udvikler vores mennesker og portefølje for at lykkes med vores mission om at blive den største ventureinvestor i Europa.

 

Vores Mission

CVX er en af Europas hurtigst voksende ventureinvestorer og eksekverer på vores vej til at blive Europas største ventureinvestor ved at investere kapital, viden og netværk i lovende vækstvirksomhed.

Vi er drevet af vores overbevisning om, at de bedste investorer ofte er dem, der giver founders den rigtige viden, erfaring og netværk til det specifikke stadie og industri. CVX investerer altid med og gennem de bedste angels for den pågældende founder. I dag har vi arbejdet med mere end 70 virksomheder og har over 600 partnere i CVX, der investerer i og støtter virksomheder, hvor de virkelig kan tilføje værdi.

 

Dine Opgaver

Som Country Manager vil du:

  • Lede den danske afdeling med 20 ansatte
  • Definere og eksekvere på din strategi og justere løbende
  • Være ansvarlig for den danske profit & loss og den overordnede drift
  • Rekruttere de rigtige mennesker og hele tiden udvikle medarbejderne
  • Træffe de endelige investeringsbeslutninger og forbedre investeringsprocessen
  • Lede end-to-end investeringsdeals fra deal sourcing til investering
  • Finde og tiltrække de bedste investeringscases
  • Lede den danske ekspansion inklusiv potentielle opkøb
  • Repræsentere CVX ved events, arrangementer, konferencer mm.

 

Hvad vi tilbyder dig

Som vores Managing Director vil du gå ind i en rejse med fokus på udvikling af din person, karriere og CVX som virksomhed sammen med et gruppedrive og ambitiøse peers. I denne rolle vil du udvikle dine ledelsesevner gennem projekter og coaching i det danske venturemiljø.

CVX tæller 20 ambitiøse og talentfulde mennesker og for at sikre, at du lærer, udvikler dig, vokser ind i kulturen og lykkes i rollen, vil du rapportere direkte til bestyrelsen med flere månedlige bestyrelsesmøder og sparringssessioner.

 

Hvad vi forventer af dig

Vi forventer, at du har:

  • Høj arbejdsmoral med sans for urgency
  • Usædvanligt drive og lyst til at være den bedste til det, du gør
  • Proaktiv tilgang og tager ejerskab over alt, hvad du gør
  • Passion for at analysere og investere i virksomheder
  • Evnen til at sælge dig selv og CVX
  • Enestående analytiske og strukturerede problemløsningsfærdigheder
  • Ydmyghed og deler vores passion for at bygge og udvikle nye virksomheder
  • Oprigtig interesse for læring og er proaktivt på udkig efter måder at forbedre alting på

Derudover forventer vi, at du har:

  • Bachelor eller kandidatgrad med fremragende resultater
  • 3-10 års erfaring i VC, PE, start-up, konsulent, corporate finance/investment banking eller anden topniveauorganisation
  • EU arbejdstilladelse

Startdato

  1. november 2022.

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