I am searching for a "real" job. I am posting this in the hopes that one of my readers may be hiring or know someone who is.
I am looking for a position as an institutional investment manager selector, someone who helps to allocate capital to hedge funds, long-only managers, PE funds, and VC funds. Ideally it would be for an institution that acts as an investment principal, like a family office, endowment, or large pension fund, but I am also looking at firms with clients, like a fund of funds, pension consultant, or hedge fund consultant.
I will send my resume to anyone who requests it. Briefly, I graduated from Yale and worked for over four years at a large event-driven hedge fund in New York, where I focused on distressed investing. I have been managing money for a small group of friends and family since 2006 in a concentrated long-only value style. I look at this blog as a kind of extended resume, or extended job interview in which I'm trying to answer the question "How do you think about investing?" As far as I know, this blog is one of a very few focused on manager selection.
I will re-post some version of this post at regular intervals, until I find a job or all of you stop reading this blog in disgust, whichever comes first. I apologize in advance. Thank you.