Teaching Assistant - Private Equity in Developing Countries Position
PROFESSOR LEEDS RECRUITING TA, FOR FALL 2019:
PRIVATE EQUITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Professor Leeds is accepting Teaching Assistant applications for his fall 2019 course on private equity investing in developing countries. Qualified candidates should have completed at least Multinational Corporate Finance (Professor Bodnar, or the equivalent), and preferably have some work experience in a PE fund or financial institution. It is essential that applicants are very confident of their ability to assist students with assignments that require the application of a range of company valuation methodologies (e.g. DCF, comparables analysis), and the fundamentals of financial due diligence. Knowledge of private equity is a plus, though not required.
The TA’s main responsibilities include (i) teaching 1 or 2 TA review sessions on alternative valuation methodologies, (ii) attending weekly class sessions (schedule TBA), (iii) holding office hours for 1 hour/week to assist students with the financial analysis/valuation exercises of case assignments, and (iv) assisting Prof. Leeds in the grading of weekly case assignments.
Interested students should email Professor Leeds (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief cover letter and a cv.