About ClimateWorks Foundation

ClimateWorks Foundation is a global organization committed to our mission: to end the climate crisis by amplifying the power of philanthropy. Since our founding in 2008, we have awarded over $1.3 billion in grants to more than 600 organizations advancing climate solutions around the world. We helped grow the field of climate philanthropy to where it stands today, establishing infrastructure, global networks, and momentum for continued growth. Through our Global Programs and Services, we equip philanthropy with global knowledge, networks, and solutions to drive climate progress.

  • Scaling solutions: Our collaborative Global Programs — focused on solution areas including carbon dioxide removal, cooling, industry, transportation, and more — produce results that are bending the greenhouse gas emissions curve. From the U.S. to Europe, China, Brazil, and beyond, we collaborate with a diverse community of funders, NGOs, and climate leaders to accelerate just and equitable climate solutions.
  • Guiding and supporting funders: Our Global Services provide funders with comprehensive resources to assess, build, evolve, and execute high-impact climate-giving strategies. Our Global Intelligence service equips funders and the climate community with climate insights to pinpoint opportunities for impact and philanthropic insights to help identify investment priorities. We facilitate Global Collaborations that enable funders to increase individual and collective impact. Our Global Grantmaking services enable funders to invest in climate solutions around the world.
  • Fostering collaboration, exploration, and growth: Our collaborative approach and commitment to learning ensures that we continuously explore innovative ideas and emerging opportunities — all with the aim of scaling philanthropy-supported initiatives to help end the climate crisis.

ClimateWorks’ staff understands the multi-faceted challenges and opportunities of climate change. We are researchers, strategists, collaborators, and grantmakers from all around the world who care passionately about our mission. For more information, please visit

Team Summary (JEDI)

The Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion team is leading an ambitious and proactive practice to integrate justice, equity, diversity and inclusion into the foundation’s practices, policies, programs, and services. The JEDI team engages with all departments, teams, and levels of the organization as well as external partners to advance practices, policies and initiatives that promote JEDI.

The JEDI Project Manager will report to the Chief of Equity, Justice, and Culture. They will effectively shepherd a portfolio of ongoing projects supporting the rollout of ClimateWorks’ JEDI Values and Principles, collection, documentation, and tracking of JEDI metrics and milestones across departments and teams and supporting management of the JEDI Fund and related grants.

Essential Duties of the JEDI Project Manager

  • Support implementation and roll-out of related JEDI projects, including but not limited to:
    • JEDI values and principles: implementation, rollout, and training materials.
    • Collection and documentation of JEDI metrics, goals, deliverables, resource support.
    • Tracking JEDI metrics and milestones, for example using Asana/year over year.
    • Assist in management of the JEDI Fund and related JEDI grants, including using FLUXX as necessary.
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, including develop a detailed plan to monitor and track the progress of the project and project deadlines, as well as coordinating closely with relevant parties to align on project schedules and expectations.
  • Develop a standard for project management to support JEDI and cross-departmental projects in collaboration with the JEDI team.
  • Support internal and external JEDI grants tracking initiatives, including communications and coordination with external partners.
  • Capture and track lessons learned and wins across various JEDI discussions, including, but not limited to JEDI advisors, teams, and the ClimateWorks Board of Directors.
  • Ensure consistent flow of information to all parties to support coordination. Key information should include decisions, notes, action items, timeline, and activities.
  • Assist (as needed) in the coordination, logistics and scheduling of calls, meetings, webinars, workshops, interviews and focus groups, especially as relates to coordination with DEI/JEDI consultants.
  • Conduct relevant research for JEDI initiatives, for example supporting the development of a resource document or database on climate justice groups.
  • Maintain high-level tracking of the Justice and Equity Unit’s internal budget.
  • Arrange (as needed) international and domestic travel, meeting space, agenda, written materials, and assemble documents as needed to prepare for each.
  • Support preparation for and the creation of meetings and events held at CWF, e.g., invitations, bios, agendas, note taking, catering, etc.
  • Support the development and dissemination of staff surveys for JEDI as needed.
  • Aid in quality control of outgoing work products, including creating event materials, proofreading documents, editing, and formatting Word and PowerPoint documents.
  • Identify, seek out, and attend professional development opportunities, including networking, informational interviews, training, projects, etc.
  • Recognize that this body of work is emergent, additional, or different duties may arise over time.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Exemplify strong project management skills with a combination of lived and/or educational experience.
  • DEI/JEDI experience.
  • Experience working in a hybrid (virtual and in-person) environment, including with collaboration tools (Mural, Miro, Jamboard, Slack, Zoom).
  • Demonstrated comfort in effectively communicating with invested parties, in verbal and written form.
  • Aptitude for learning new technology platforms to effectively manage related projects.
  • Ability to track information effectively and across systems.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of ClimateWorks Foundation.
  • Proven management and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to work independently and seek help when appropriate.
  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable work environments.
  • Experience with facilitating meetings, ensuring that clear decisions and action items are communicated, agreed upon, and executed.
  • Ability to join occasional calls outside of working hours to support staff and partners across Europe and Asia.

Preferred Skills

  • Familiar with Salesforce, project management system, and/or other grants administration system platforms.
  • Fluent in a language other than English.
  • Project Management certification or training.
  • AA/BA/MA or equivalent lived experience of 2 years or more.



ClimateWorks offers an excellent benefits package and a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience (geographic differential applied based on location).

Salary Range: $90,000 – $110,000 annually ***ClimateWorks strives to create an equitable culture of transparency and fairness.


ClimateWorks Foundation is based in the San Francisco Financial District. This position is classified as US Flexible. Exceptional candidates can work from the SF office or from other US locations, geographic differential applied to compensation based on local cost of labor.

Commitment to Racial and Social Justice

At ClimateWorks Foundation, we are driven by our vision of creating a thriving planet for all living beings for generations to come. We aim to foster an inclusive workplace that values diverse lived experiences and emphasizes the voices of marginalized people — especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color — who are most vulnerable to climate impacts, and whose voices, ideas, and leadership are crucial to winning the climate fight.

To ensure that we are making meaningful progress, we have made a set of diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments across all dimensions of our work to further our mission and realize our vision. For more information, please visit: Fostering Racial and Social Justice in Pursuit of our Mission

ClimateWorks Foundation is committed to building a staff that reflects the global community our mission serves. Candidates from underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Equal employment opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles at ClimateWorks Foundation and as such we are committed to creating a diverse and multi-cultural work environment. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race (including traits historically associated with race), ethnicity, religion, color, sex (including childbirth, breast feeding, and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniform service member and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, age, protected medical condition, genetic information, disability, or any other protected status in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws.

This policy extends to all aspects of our employment practices including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, discipline, termination, promotions, transfers, compensation, benefits, training, leaves of absence, and other terms and conditions of employment.

ClimateWorks Foundation is committed to complying with all laws protecting qualified individuals with disabilities, as well as employees’ religious beliefs and practices. This policy extends to all aspects of our employment practices including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, discipline, termination, promotions, transfers, compensation, benefits, training, leaves of absence, and other terms and conditions of employment. ClimateWorks Foundation will provide a reasonable accommodation for any known physical or mental disability of a qualified individual and/or employees’ religious beliefs and practices, as required by law.

If you require an accommodation, please notify Human Resources. Once ClimateWorks Foundation is aware of the need for an accommodation, it will engage in an interactive process to identify possible accommodations.

Application Process

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. To be considered for this position, interested candidates must submit a resume and cover letter. This position will remain open until filled.

Employment at the ClimateWorks Foundation is at-will.


ClimateWorks offers an excellent benefits package:

Healthcare Plans:

Multiple options available through Kaiser & UHC

  • HMO – 100% coverage for employee and dependents
  • POS – Employee pays difference beyond HMO coverage (3 out of 4 POS options are at 100% coverage for employee and dependents)
  • Dental –100% coverage for employee and dependents
  • Vision – 100% coverage for employee and dependents

Fertility Benefit

  • Fertility care through Carrot Fertility. Access to on-demand doctor-approved content, pregnancy support, and virtual chats with medical, legal, and regulatory experts.

Disability Benefit (long and short-term)

Life Insurance (3x base salary up to $750k for employee only)


  • 20 days (1st year)
  • 25 days (2nd – 8th year)
  • 30 days (9th year)


  • 11 Observed and 2 floating

401k Plan

  • After 6 months of service, CWF automatically contributes 9% of gross earnings per pay period to retirement fund*
  • After 6 months of service, CWF matches 100% of employee contributions up to a max of 6% of gross earnings per pay period*