Thank you for your interest in employment at The Rockefeller Foundation. Our staff members are our strength. The Foundation is committed to hiring a knowledgeable, passionate and diverse workforce. Joining The Rockefeller Foundation means joining a team dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of poor and vulnerable people around the world. To achieve that mission, the Foundation focuses its resources and energies on initiatives in four issue areas, selected because they are critical global challenges. We support work that helps people tap into the benefits of globalization and strengthen their communities' resilience to risks.
Digital Media Manager (New York)
Administrative Assistant, Office of the President (New York)
Digital Assets Manager (six month fixed term, New York)
Senior Evaluation Officer (New York)
Intern, Finance (New York)
Intern, Impact Investing/Program Related Investments (New York)
Intern, Media Relations (New York)
Recruitment via Search Firms
Chief Executive Officer, Smart Power India (Delhi NCR, India)
Senior Associate Director (Nairobi, Kenya)
Senior Associate Director, Four Year Fixed-Term (Bangkok)
Our Diversity and Inclusion Vision
Recognizing that a diverse, inclusive, and talented workforce is the key to excellence, we strive to ensure that diversity and inclusion and talent management function as one. That is why we aim to fully integrate each of these elements into every aspect of our corporate culture in three critical areas: recruitment, employee development, and diversity measurement.
The Rockefeller Foundation has offices in four countries around the world. Find out what it's like to live and work in our four locations.
New York, United States
New York City, with over eight million residents, is one of the most densely populated cities in the US - and the world. Approximately 120 employees work in the Rockefeller Foundation's midtown offices.
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is situated in the center of the country. It is known in Thai as "Krung Thep Maha Nakhon" or "Krung Thep", which means "City of Angels."
Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya, has a population of about three million, making it one of the most populous cities in East Africa. Its name derives from a Maasai phrase, Enkare Nyirobi.
The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center is located on a peninsula in the middle of Lake of Como, in northern Italy. Situated on 53 hilly acres, the Center was originally owned by a princess.