The John Templeton Foundation serves as a philanthropic catalyst for discoveries of relevance to Big Questions that have animated human thought across times and cultures, about fundamental realities and how we might live well in light of those realities. We support research in disciplines ranging from fundamental physics, astronomy, evolutionary biology, and genetics, to psychology, sociology, philosophy, and theology. We encourage open-minded and rigorous intellectual engagement between scientists, philosophers, and theologians, as well as between scholars, public intellectuals, journalists, and the general public. In all our work, we strive to spur curiosity and accelerate discovery.
Here are seven open positions.
Program Officer, Culture & Global Perspectives
The Program Officer, Culture & Global Perspectives is responsible for the management of the full life cycle of the grant process and the ongoing development of funding initiatives that draw on scholarly expertise across various traditions and academic disciplines in order to synthesize fresh understandings of how human flourishing might be pursued in pluralistic contexts and on local and global scales.
Vice President, Programs
Reporting to the President, the Vice President, Programs (VP), will lead the Foundation’s Human Sciences, Character Virtue Development (CVD) and Individual Freedom and Free Market (IFFM) portfolios. In this role, the VP will create and execute a strategic vision for grant programs and serve as an important strategic partner to the President and other senior leaders.
Special Meetings Coordinator
The John Templeton Foundation is seeking a Special Meetings Coordinator to support the planning and execution of domestic and international meetings including the Templeton Prize Events, the Templeton Annual Members Meeting, Trustee and Committee meetings, and planning meetings related to the Foundation’s grant making activities.
Planning & Evaluation Associate (1 Year Duration)
The John Templeton Foundation is seeking an Associate to support the review and coding of grant-related data that is vital to the John Templeton Foundation’s strategic planning and grant assessment needs.
Program Officer, Philosophy and Theology
The Program Officer will work with the Program Associate and the Director of Philosophy and Theology to develop and commission new initiatives to advance its strategic priorities, recruit and review grant proposals, communicate with applicants and grantees regarding the application and review process, and monitor the activities and progress of active grants.
Communications & Engagement Associate
The Communications & Engagement Associate will provide administrative support for the Communications and Engagement Team.
Associate, Program and Grant Operations
The Associate for Program & Grant Operations assists in supporting and streamlining the Foundation’s grant-making and grant monitoring processes. This includes maintaining the quality of data in the custom grants database and CRM (SalesForce) and supporting applicants and grantees through the help desk function.
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