Careers

The Hewlett Foundation has approximately 120 employees, in programmatic, operational and investment roles, located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Across the organization, our employees are challenged with meaningful work, have the resources for ongoing professional development and learning and contribute to a collegial and engaging environment where they can thrive. We are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and encourage individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. The foundation offers excellent benefits and competitive salaries. See our demographics and open positions below. To learn of new opportunities, follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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Program Officer, Global Development and Population Program 

The Global Development and Population Program seeks a Program Officer to advance policy advocacy, research, and service delivery through grants to support international reproductive health and women’s economic empowerment. The Program Officer reports to the Program Director, Global Development and Population Program. Taking a strategic view of the issues and of the field, the Program ...
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Grants Officer 

The Grants Officer will join a six-person Grants Management team and play an integral role in the creation and sharing of foundation-wide grants practice frameworks. This position represents a unique opportunity to join one of the sector’s most innovative grants management team structures, reporting to a recognized and respected leader in the broader grants management ...
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Global Development and Population Fellow 

A Hewlett Foundation Fellowship allows an individual to enrich his or her understanding of philanthropy and of specific subject matter by engaging in all phases of grantmaking in the foundation’s areas of interest. Over a three-year term, Fellows are assigned to one of the foundation’s four programs or to its Effective Philanthropy Group, which supports ...
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Environment Program Fellow 

A Hewlett Foundation Fellowship allows an individual to enrich his or her understanding of philanthropy and of specific subject matter by engaging in all phases of grantmaking in the foundation’s areas of interest. Over a three-year term, Fellows are assigned to one of the foundation’s four programs or to its Effective Philanthropy Group, which supports ...
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Senior Accountant 

The Senior Accountant of Planning and Treasury (“Senior Accountant”) supports senior staff to manage their expenses and develop key elements of a well-supported annual expense budget for the Controller and Chief Finance Officer (“CFO”). The individual manages certain treasury relationships with commercial banks and cash funding requirements with the Grants Management and Investment Accounting teams. ...
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Program Associate, Environment 

The Program Associate will support the Western Conservation Program Officer. This individual manages the administrative aspects of the grantmaking process, communicates with grantees regarding proposals, budgets, and grant reports, and assists with scheduling and other duties. The Program Associate may be assigned from time to time to research issues, programs, and organizations to assess their ...
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Organizational Learning Officer 

The Organizational Learning Officer reports to the Director of the Effective Philanthropy Group. Her or his function is to foster a vibrant culture of learning at the foundation, ensuring that staff members learn from each other and from those outside the foundation. The Organizational Learning Officer supports learning from both data and experience and focuses ...

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