Our Firm NextView is Hiring in NYC
Join our investment team as a Principal and work in our New York office.
As a quick interlude between our regular Venture Upward posts about navigating your venture capital career, Rob and I wanted to share that we’re looking to expand the New York investment team again at NextView and are hoping that you’ll apply to join us a Principal.
NextView Ventures is a thematic, seed-stage VC firm focused on the Everyday Economy with $500M+ of committed capital under management. We invest nationally across Consumer and B2B, with most of our investments based in NYC, SF/Bay Area, and Boston. We are proud seed investors in over 150 portfolio companies over the last decade, including Attentive, TripleLift (recently sold to Vista for $1.4B), Grove Collaborative (going public at $1.5B valuation) Skillz (NYSE: SKLZ), thredUP (NASDAQ: TDUP), Devoted Health, WHOOP, Dia&Co, Parsec, Tive, and Code Climate.
We’re seeking natives of the NYC tech scene with 5-10 years of professional experience and a strong network. Exceptional candidates have unbounded curiosity for emerging technology trends, are hungry self-starters, and possess an authentic passion for startups & a deep respect for entrepreneurship. We’ve shared more about what we’re looking for and what the job will be like in a detailed job description post on our firm’s blog. As a thriving and growing VC platform, we at NextView are looking for a highly talented individual who will develop into a long-term member of our team.
Our entire firm is comprised of strong believers that diverse points of view strengthen collective intellectual equity and long-term performance, and we truly welcome people with a broad set of backgrounds and perspectives to apply. All applications will be reviewed strictly confidentially.
You can read more details about the role here and please submit your application here – it helps us track all candidates centrally. However, if you reply to this email and let me know you’re applying, I’ll ensure that it receives the attention which it deserves as a Venture Upward reader.