The Clinton Foundation convenes businesses, governments, NGOs, and individuals to improve global health and wellness, increase opportunity for girls and women, reduce childhood obesity, create economic opportunity and growth, and help communities address the effects of climate change. Because of our work, nearly 35,000 American schools have provided kids with healthy food choices in an effort to eradicate childhood obesity; more than 150,000 farmers in Malawi, Rwanda, and Tanzania are benefiting from climate-smart agronomic training, higher yields, and market access; working with partners, more than 8.5 million trees and tree seedlings have planted to strengthen ecosystems and livelihoods; over 600,000 people have been impacted through market opportunities created by social enterprises and health and wellbeing programs in Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa; through the independent Clinton Health Access Initiative, over 11.5 million people in more than 70 countries have access to CHAI-negotiated prices for HIV/AIDS medications; an estimated 85 million people in the U.S. will be reached through strategic health partnerships developed across industry sectors at both the local and national level; and members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more than 3,600 Commitments to Action, which have improved the lives of over 435 million people in more than 180 countries.
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) convened global and emerging leaders to create and implement solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. Through CGI University, CGI America, CGI International and its flagship Annual Meeting, CGI brought together more than 200 sitting and former heads of state, more than 20 Nobel laureates, and hundreds of leading corporate CEOs, Presidents of foundations, Executive Directors of the most effective NGOs, and major philanthropists to commit to take action against these challenges. From 2005-2016, CGI members have made more than 3,600 Commitments to Action, which are improving the lives of over 435 million people in 180 countries.
Beginning in 2017, the CGI Commitments Team has focused on deepening the impact of its community and portfolio of commitments. Specifically, the CGI team has been working in three main pillars: 1) to support and help scale a select group of CGI’s most innovative and impactful commitments, 2) to reconvene and expand CGI Action Networks, and 3) to explore new areas of member interest where CGI can play a catalytic role. The Data and Operations Associate will provide critical administrative and operational support for the CGI Commitments Team in each of these three programmatic areas.
The Data and Operations Associate will:
The Data and Operations Associate is responsible for managing all data and internal processes related to the CGI Commitments Team. This includes management and oversight of all CGI Commitment to Action and participation data, including the progress reporting and briefing process; serving as the main point of contact for any CGI-related requests from the CF Metrics Team and Principals Offices; and providing administrative and logistical support for the CGI Commitments Team’s ongoing work.
1. Manage all data for the CGI Commitments Team, including data for the existing portfolio of Commitments to Action and any membership or participation data:
As needed, build out additional processes for tracking CGI engagement and participation in the Clinton Foundation CRM system.
2. Serve as the main point of contact for any CGI-related requests from the Clinton Foundation Metrics Team, including the principal briefing process:
Manage the compilation of larger, more curated briefs, in conjunction with the Director of Commitments and Commitments Managers.
3. Provide administrative and logistical support to the CGI Commitments Team’s ongoing work:
Provide logistical support to CGI events, including on-site event help, pre-event logistics (preparation of event materials, liaising with the CF Operations Team for catering and set-up requests, etc.)
Education: Bachelor’s degree
Work experience (min. needed): 1-3 years
Skills (e.g. Level of Judgment Required, Ability to Direct, Work Independently, Multi-Task, etc.):
Special Skills: Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools required; knowledge of relational databases (CRMs) preferred.
Other: Willingness and flexibility to take on other projects as needed and pivot quickly should it be necessary
Ability to work some nights and weekends as needed, especially in the weeks and days ahead of in-person meetings.
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