About Point72 Hyperscale:

Founded in 2019, Point72 Hyperscale is a private equity strategy that uses applied artificial intelligence (“AI”) to drive transformational change in an effort to create value and build market-leading companies. Comprised of investment and technical specialists, the team focuses on identifying and investing in industries and companies where applied AI can help provide superior products and services and multiply the power of the workforce.  In 2021, we closed a $600M Hyperscale Fund 1, Point72’s first third-party capital raise for a private market investment strategy. With offices in New York and Silicon Valley, Point72 Hyperscale is an affiliate of Point72, the global asset manager founded by Steven A. Cohen. For more information, visit p72hyperscale.com.

About Our Investment Team

We believe the next generation of market-leading companies will harness the power of applied AI and make investments in industries where this technology can be the most transformative. Our Investment team researches and sources opportunities in thematic verticals, executes investments, and serves as board-level partners. We partner closely with our Foundry team—comprised of data scientists, engineers, product managers, and talent experts—which specializes in applying AI to real-world challenges and helping to build great teams.

About the role:  

In partnership with the Foundry team, you will investigate investment themes and perform diligence on potential deals by talking to companies, identifying and engaging with domain experts, performing market analyses, and preparing quantitative analysis.  This role includes the traditional facets of evaluating and executing control and large minority investments, and you will also have exposure to identifying and implementing applied AI initiatives to drive long-term competitive differentiation.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Working in collaboration with the Foundry team throughout the investment lifecycle
  • Performing rigorous due diligence of qualified investment opportunities and assisting in all aspects of transaction execution
  • Translating qualitative hypotheses into quantitative transaction models and sensitizing key assumptions
  • Leveraged buyout acquisition modeling and valuation analyses
  • Monitoring portfolio companies at the board level and developing a strong working relationship with key executives at portfolio companies
  • Strengthening our organizational culture and motivating others around our shared purpose and values


  • An adaptable and creative personality that’s comfortable and excited about the entrepreneurial aspect of working on a new and differentiated strategy within alternative asset management
  • 1-3 years of Investment Banking experience and 1-3 years of Private Equity experience
  • Demonstrated academic excellence (BA/BS required)
  • Strong modeling and analytical skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills
  • An intellectually curious nature and ownership mentality
  • An interest in ML/AI and related technologies and a genuine excitement to work collaboratively in partnership with Foundry team
  • Ability to adhere to the highest ethical standards and to work closely with the Firm’s Compliance team

 We take care of our people

We invest in our people, their careers, their health, and their well-being. When you work here, we provide:

  • Fully-paid health care benefits
  • Generous parental and family leave policies
  • Mental and physical wellness programs
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Non-profit matching gift program
  • Support for employee-led affinity groups representing women, minorities and the LGBT+ community
  • Tuition assistance
  • A 401(k) savings program with an employer match and more

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