About Point72 Private Investments 

Point72 Private Investments (P72PI) is an institutional private investing platform that includes Point72 Ventures, a multi-stage venture capital strategy led by a diverse set of domain experts, and Point72 Hyperscale, a private equity strategy that uses applied artificial intelligence to build and modernize market-leading companies. Point72 Private Investments is an affiliate of Point72 Asset Management, the global asset manager founded by Steven A. Cohen.

Role Summary

We’re looking for an individual to lead network activities for our Growth team. Our network is a community of VPs and Senior Executives that are at the forefront of technology adoption across industries. The role of our Network Lead is to build relationships across executives and buyers of enterprise software in partnership with Compliance, build community in key geographies in coordination with our Events, Communications and Compliance teams, and drive results for the Point72 Ventures platform and portfolio.

What Excites You

  • Engaging industry experts and functional leaders in meaningful conversation consistent with Compliance parameters
  • Constantly being on the move, communicating, introducing, and sharing
  • Working with the world’s best enterprise technology companies and executives
  • Building symbiotic relationships with high value exchange
  • Translating long-term vision/strategy into practical near-term execution/action
  • Developing scalable infrastructure and processes
  • Learning about a wide variety of industries and technologies
  • Building an adaptable, high-output, and winning team

What Excites Us

  • People who cherish their network and are always working to grow/build it further
  • Excellent attention to detail, organization, and project management skills
  • Rising leaders who run structured, fast-paced processes end to end and consistently produce A+ outputs
  • A strong “toolkit” (familiarity with SaaS platforms such as Slack, Affinity, and Notion)
  • People who “elevate the room” through their work ethic, curiosity, and attitude
  • Great team players who care about mentoring others and contribute to a thriving team culture

What Success Looks Like

  • Ownership – You take charge of your work, uphold your commitments, and never drop the ball
  • Prioritization – You focus on what matters most and wait on the rest; you’re great at thoughtfully saying no to others
  • Adaptability – You can triage needs and context-switch quickly and effortlessly
  • Communications – You have excellent listening, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Teamwork – Everyone loves working with you and feels energized after engaging with you
  • Integrity – You demonstrate 100% commitment to the highest ethical standards

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:

  • Private Medical and Dental Insurances
  • Generous parental and family leave policies
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Support for employee-led affinity groups representing women, people of colour and the LGBT+ community
  • Mental and physical wellness programs
  • Tuition assistance

The annual base salary range is $202,500 – 247,500. Actual compensation offered to the successful candidate may vary from posted hiring range based upon geographic location, work experience, education, and/or skill level, among other things. Details about eligibility for bonus compensation (if applicable) will be finalized at the time of offer.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records 

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