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Interesting Jobs of the Week

Autodesk: Senior Manager, Foundation Operations

The Autodesk Foundation is the first charity to focus exclusively on design for positive social and environmental impact. We call the people and organizations driving this movement “impact designers.” They are the catalysts of the design-led revolution now underway, and they are our customers. Acting as the lead for Autodesk Foundation’s operations, you will establish, manage and drive efforts that are instrumental to our on-going success. Through this work, you’ll work closely with the Foundation’s Executive Director, CEO, extended team, as well as internal and external collaborators—to establish and drive operational and programmatic excellence through, (1) overseeing operations including the development of the grants portfolio and the entire grant-making process, and (2) managing customer relationships and customer experience including strengthening Autodesk’s service offering and value proposition to our entire portfolio.

Packard Foundation: Program Officer – South Asia, Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) Program

The Population and Reproductive Health program seeks to promote women’s reproductive health and rights and to stabilize population growth. The health and well-being of women, youth and their families improves when they have access to reproductive health information and services. In turn, when women and families are healthy, their communities are stronger, economic opportunities are greater, and countries can better meet the needs of their people.

Morgan Stanley: Philanthropic Manager

Morgan Stanley Philanthropy Management works with the Firm’s wealthiest individuals and families, family offices, family foundations, corporate foundations and nonprofit organizations to engage in strategic and impactful philanthropy.  We are seeking a motivated, experienced professional who will be hired as a Senior Philanthropic Manager at the Executive Director level.


ClimateWorks: Evaluation and Learning Officer 

ClimateWorks (CW) is a groundbreaking nonprofit organization working in partnership with a global network of philanthropic donors and investors who are committed to building a low carbon-society. Founded in 2008, CW and its partners support policies in the geographic regions and economic sectors that have the greatest potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Evaluation and Learning Officer is an exciting new leadership position. As a result of the strategic direction set by the CW’s Board and President to create a global, highly collaborative campaign-based, learning organization, the new Evaluation and Learning Officer will lead in facilitating and implementing learning and evaluation activities for CW and its campaign teams.

Skoll Foundation: Research Analyst, Skoll Awards and Community

The Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship is the flagship program of the Skoll Foundation where extraordinary social entrepreneurs are awarded multi-year grants for their work creating innovative models to spark large-scale change. The Foundation seeks a Research Analyst to play a key role in this growing community by driving the selection of new social entrepreneurs and developing a healthy, long-term pipeline of potential Skoll Awardees.


IDEO: Design Research Specialist, Education Studio

IDEO San Francisco is looking for a Design Research Specialist (with a digital bent!) in our Education Studio who is passionate about using their skills to create positive social impact in the world by uncovering meaningful insights about people that drive great design and innovation for our clients.


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