Full-Time

Senior Manager

Carta

Carta

1,001-5,000 employees

Cap-table management platform

Data & Analytics
Consulting
Crypto & Web3
Financial Services

$198,000 - $248,000

Equity, Commission

Senior

San Francisco, CA, USA

Required Skills
Communications
Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
Requirements
  • 4-8 years of experience in investment banking, management consulting, private equity, venture capital, corporate strategy, or business operations
  • Deep understanding of financial services and private markets
  • Experience in enterprise software, SaaS, and/or fintech a plus
  • Transaction experience with the ability to manage multiple processes at once
  • Superior financial modeling and presentation skills
  • Motivated to work collaboratively in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment to accelerate Carta’s growth
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to distill complex thoughts and strategies into simple, actionable recommendations, especially to executives
Responsibilities
  • Drive end-to-end strategic projects such as incubating/launching a new business or accelerating the growth of an existing business
  • Develop a strategic framework to identify market growth opportunities for Carta across customer segments and geographies
  • Assess the market for competitive intelligence that can help influence strategy and opportunities that can serve to accelerate our vision
  • Negotiate and execute different transaction types, including acquisitions, investments and partnerships Carta’s different business lines

Carta is on a mission to create more owners. With over 23,000 companies, more than one million investors, law firms, and employees on their platform, and a commitment to transparency and equality in equity—they're breaking the mold of how capital markets operate.

Company Stage

Series G

Total Funding

$1.1B

Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Founded

2012

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-2%

1 year growth

1%

2 year growth

12%

Benefits

Free lunch and snacks

Equity

Employee liquidity every 12-18 months