Private Equity Analyst

Tobin Capital Group

San Francisco, CA, USA
Posted on July 8, 2024

Position: Private Equity Analyst – San Francisco, CA

Compensation and Benefits: Up to $150K, subject to experience. Additionally, Analysts will earn carry in the fund and a mandatory two-week sabbatical.

Background: Tobin Capital Group (TCG) is a Stanford Graduate School of Business-founded, tech-enabled real estate private equity firm and operating company. TCG owns and operates $350M in real estate. TCG has raised its first discretionary fund and aims to 5x its real estate portfolio within five years.

Opportunity: TCG’s Real Estate Private Equity Team is lean and growing. The Analyst will work in person alongside TCG’s Executive Team to deploy Fund I and raise subsequent funds (Fund 2 Target: $300M – $400M). As an early hire, you will achieve rapid career acceleration, assisting with acquisitions, operations and scaling TCG’s culture of excellence.

The Private Equity Analyst will learn how to:

  • Build and scale a world-class business
  • Influence executive decisions with data
  • Evaluate and acquire value-add real estate

A Stellar Performance Review after Year 1 could have the Following Elements:

  • Impact operations – e.g. the Analyst partnered with the Director of Manager Success and onsite facility managers to increase tenant insurance penetration by 20%
  • Impact acquisitions – e.g. the Analyst streamlined an aspect of the deal underwriting process
  • The Analyst created custom, automated reports that provide unique insights into 3 areas of the business
  • The Analyst contributed meaningfully to the diligence process, with moderate VP oversight
  • The Analyst demonstrated the Perpetual Growth ethos and improved every week
  • The Analyst exercised autonomy and thoughtful initiative – e.g. each month the Analyst asked the COO what his biggest operational challenges were and proactively found solutions

Key Responsibilities:

  • Strategic decision making and execution based on rigorous data analysis
  • Creating financial models, conducting due diligence, and closing transactions
  • Dynamic problem solving requiring common sense, global thinking and high initiative


  • 0 – 3 years of experience in investment banking, private equity, consulting or high-octane operating roles
  • Exceptional analytical, quantitative, communication and technical skills (incl. Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
  • High integrity with strong work ethic and exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to travel for due diligence / meetings
  • Hunger to learn and a humble “can do” attitude
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