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VC Associate @ Resonant TG in Sausalito, CA

Resonant Technologies Group (RTG) is an investment, accelerator and holding company of operating technology licensing companies in the health, energy, and environmental sectors. We launch proven, yet disruptive, technologies into markets that help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges. Our business model is licensing our technologies to best-in-class organizations within each of our sectors. We are a very conscious organization and take pride in developing a thriving culture where people are constantly inspired to do their best work.

 

Responsibilities

RTG is looking for an Associate to work with the executive team to assist and manage, diligence efforts, contracts, financial analysis and presentations. This person will be responsible for the creation of agreements, models, presentations and help manage diligence activities relating to external and internal investment activities for both existing and new investments. Additional projects include research and additional general operations efforts of RTG and its early-stage portfolio companies.

He/she will assist the executive team in diligence and contracting of existing and new projects. He/she will also manage the generation of agreements, financial models, help negotiate terms and conditions, work with legal counsel and the finance team as needed, produce progress reports, coordinate the final execution of the agreements, and create and maintain a contract tracking and compliance system. He/she will work closely with the RTG senior team, senior executives within our portfolio companies, external parties, outside legal team(s) and our in-house finance team. 

Qualifications

  • 1 -2 years professional experience working with a VC or PE firm
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

If interested, please apply here.

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Written by sandeepashah

June 4, 2020 at 7:04 pm

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