Aegis Ventures

Aegis Ventures

Chief of Staff

New York City Metropolitan Area
Apr 28, 2024
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Chief of Staff

Job Description

The Chief of Staff will serve as a key member of the Aegis leadership team, with broad visibility across the organization. This individual will serve as a key strategic advisor and force multiplier to Aegis's Co-Founder and Managing Partner across the studio's full executive functions, with a focus on strategy, corporate development, and new business creation. You will have a seat at the table to influence and improve all aspects of how we do business, with significant exposure and opportunity to drive impact across the Aegis ecosystem.


Project Management

  • Lead and oversee high-priority projects, ensuring they are executed efficiently and within established timelines.
  • Coordinate meetings with potential clients, partners, and internal stakeholders. Prepare meeting agendas, materials, and follow-up actions.
  • Attend meetings on behalf of the Managing Partner, delivering synthesized reports and ensuring that priority requests are flagged.
  • Plan and direct administrative, financial, and operational activities on behalf of the Managing Partner

Stakeholder Communication

  • Serve as a liaison between the Managing Partner and internal/external stakeholders, including board members, investors, partners, and team members
  • Ghostwrite communications (i.e., emails, memos, decks) on behalf of the Managing Partner to foster and enable streamlined, real-time communication
  • Serve as a key contact for investors and partners, addressing inquiries and providing updates
  • Prepare compelling presentations and updates for investors and key stakeholders
  • Draft press releases, thought leadership, and other communications to support business development on the Managing Partner’s behalf

Reporting and Performance Monitoring

  • Assist in tracking and reporting pipeline status and key performance metrics
  • Generate monthly reports for executive stakeholders
  • Maintain accurate records of investor communications and interactions

Corporate Development

  • Support the Managing Partner in building and maintaining strong relationships with current and prospective investors and corporate partners
  • Coordinate investor and corporate development meetings, conferences, and roadshows
  • Prepare and distribute investor communications, including financial reports and updates
  • Monitor market trends and provide insights to support investor engagement


  • 7+ years of relevant experience in business strategy and operations (preferably within the venture capital or early-stage startup ecosystem)
  • Though not required, previous experience as a Chief of Staff will accelerate the onboarding and integration process
  • Experience and passionate interest in healthtech, artificial intelligence, venture capital, or related industries
  • Excellent project management skills with the ability to oversee the advancement of multiple high-priority initiatives of varying timelines with minimal direction
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills and ability to connect with diverse stakeholders
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills, with the ability to provide data-driven insights and distill data for senior executive decision-making clearly and concisely
  • World-class communication skills, both verbally and in writing
  • High initiative and a strong desire to independently invent novel solutions in a lean, entrepreneurial environment
  • Open-mindedness and eagerness to grow in the role alongside Managing Partner
  • Resilience to take risks, bounce back from setbacks, and learn quickly
  • High intellectual curiosity, personal gravitas, and galvanizing energy
  • Unmatched integrity and discretion in handling confidential information

What You'll Gain

  • Competitive compensation package, including equity and performance-based bonus
  • Top-tier health, vision, and dental benefits
  • Commuter benefits and flexible work-from-home policies
  • Exciting opportunity for personal development as our organization scales

Additional Details

  • The base salary range is $190,000 - $250,000 with an eligible cash bonus. A salary will be determined by experience, skill level, internal pay equity, and other relevant business considerations.
  • Total compensation also includes a stock option grant and a competitive benefits package.
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
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