The fast-growing team at the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation hails from diverse and multi-disciplinary backgrounds — human services to law, technology start-ups to higher education, communications to social change. We believe at its best, philanthropy brings people together to collaborate, learn, and co-create.
A digital-first organization, the Foundation welcomes talent from every corner of the globe. As we grow in the years to come, we’ll be looking for the brightest minds in technology, AI, data science, and social change who are excited about the opportunity to deploy the emergent frontiers of technology toward shared good.
We are hiring for a Grants Manager who will be responsible for all aspects of grant administration and compliance to support PJMF’s annual $75 million in philanthropic investment. In this role, you will foster a culture of learning and development, ensuring that staff learn from each other and from external stakeholders in the way we manage our processes and relationships with our grant partners. Apply here.
Director, Data and AI Services
The Director, Data and AI services will build and manage a team of data engineers and scientists to provide technology and data services to nonprofits that aim to use data to have a positive impact on people and their communities. Apply here
Senior IT Specialist
The Senior IT Specialist will lead the day-to-day management of our technological infrastructure, administering our systems, establishing software and hardware policies and practices, and training and supporting staff. Apply here
Manager, Talent Recruitment
The Manager, Talent Acquisition will partner with hiring managers and team members across the Foundation to build candidate pipelines, source talent, and lead recruitment processes as part of our efforts to achieve our mission, expanding our efforts related to the IDEA framework. Apply here
Manager, Associate Leadership Program
The Manager, Associate Leadership Program (ALP) will establish the learning and development modules, recruit and staff the first cohort of the ALP, prepare for subsequent cohorts, identify opportunities for program growth and expansion, and provide mentorship and sponsorship to the Associates. Reporting to the Director of People and Talent, this role will have the opportunity to build and shape this exciting new program that aims to grow the next generation of philanthropic leaders with an intentional lens towards the principles of the IDEA framework. Apply here.