Data Officer

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation invites applications and nominations for its inaugural Data Officer to join the Grantmaking, Learning, and Operations (GLO) team. Established in 1967, the foundation invests in creative thinkers and problem solvers working to ensure that people, communities, and the planet can flourish. Together with their partners, they are harnessing society’s collective capacity to solve our toughest problems — from the existential threat of climate change to persistent and pervasive inequities, to attacks on democracy itself. A nonpartisan philanthropy, the Hewlett Foundation has made grants in the U.S. and globally for nearly six decades based on an approach that emphasizes long-term support, collaboration, and trust. Learn more at

The Data Officer will be joining the foundation at an exciting inflection point in its history as it implements the learnings spurred by the continuing pandemic and the national reckoning with racial justice awareness that coalesced around the summer of 2020. The Data Officer will be joining a team that has been reimagined into a foundation-wide resource for ensuring that equity and transparency remain the centerpiece of their grantmaking efforts. With a focus on increasing the foundation’s “collective smartness” through effective utilization of grants data, the Data Officer will partner with GLO team members and collaborate across the foundation to implement a strategy for grants data collection and analysis. The Data Officer will report to the Director, Grantmaking, Learning, and Operations.
The salary range for this role is $135,000 - $165,000 and includes a comprehensive benefits package. Salary offers are based on a candidate’s years of experience and the foundation’s practice of maintaining salary equity.

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  • Nadira Fant
    published this page in Job Board 2024-02-28 09:54:44 -0500