Join our team
Our team is based all over the world and brings perspectives forged in academia, technology, philanthropy, and the social impact sector. We work collaboratively with high trust and accountability and are creating a workforce culture that rewards creativity and collegiality. Together, we strive for a work environment of respect, diversity, and mutual support, and at the same time value work-life balance.
Through our fiscal sponsor New Venture Fund, data.org offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance, employer match on 401k contributions, pre-tax transportation benefits, as well as paid holidays, vacation, sick, and volunteer time off.
Funding and career opportunities from the social impact community
A multi-university team offers a nationwide program to equip faculty and technical staff in biomedical sciences with the skills needed to improve the rigor and reproducibility of their research.
Provided by University of Michigan
Responsible for providing strategic guidance and expertise in the assessment, implementation, use, and evaluation of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies across the organization with a focus on AI integration in public health and education projects.
Provided by John Snow Inc.
Call to action to contribute ideas and data-driven innovations that will help protect the power of antibiotics.
Provided by The Trinity Challenge
Helps nonprofits in Brazil, Canada, and Poland that are working to advance digital inclusion scale their impact.
Provided by HP Inc. and HP Foundation
One year grants to support a diverse set of initiatives that enable greater individual agency or community control over data.
Provided by The Data Empowerment Fund
Eurasia Foundation’s Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) Activity requests proposals from a qualified firm to conduct a “Diia in Zambia” digital assessment as the country considers adapting solutions from the Diia ecosystem.
Provided by Eurasia Foundation