The David & Lucile Packard Foundation was founded in 1964 by David and Lucile Packard. We work with people and communities to create enduring solutions for just societies and a healthy, resilient natural world. We have worked with organizations and leaders in the U.S. and worldwide to advance progress in the critical areas of science, ocean and land conservation, climate change, women’s reproductive health and rights, and the well-being of children, families, and communities.
At a time of multiple, intertwined crises globally and here in the U.S., the Packard Foundation began in 2021 a long-planned review of our grantmaking strategies. The first step of our process was to rearticulate our vision and mission, reexamine our organizational values, and create a strategic framework that builds on and honors the Packard Foundation’s past while advancing justice and equity in all that we do.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Reporting to the institutional communications director, the digital strategist will be responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s digital media platforms (including social media, web, and email marketing), developing engaging digital strategies, managing innovative digital campaigns, and developing creative social media content. This position requires a keen understanding of the digital media landscape and is responsible for tracking related trends and tools. The ideal candidate is a gifted digital storyteller with experience in leveraging digital tools to drive social change and is a data-driven professional who thrives in a collaborative, values-driven environment.
HOW TO APPLY
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