Current Job Openings

Los Angeles preferred*
*Flexible/remote applicants will also be considered, applicant must have the legal right to work in the United States


CHANGE was launched in 2020 as an initiative to harness the collective power of cities to transform government services and systems, with the ultimate goal of achieving gender equity within this generation. Mayors and local governments around the world have great power to improve the lives of those with marginalized gender identities, such as by providing more equitable public safety, educational opportunities, and equal pay initiatives. The success of international city networks on climate change, migration, and economic development highlights the role that networks like CHANGE can play in modeling positive policy change. CHANGE offers an opportunity to work directly with city leaders worldwide to measure and track progress toward gender equity at the city level.
The Data & Project Coordinator will develop data-focused materials and learning resources, and maintain a city-focused gender data dashboard and an interactive web application linking quantitative data to qualitative data stories. The Coordinator will also support CHANGE’s Secretariat in programmatic and administrative tasks. Additionally, the Coordinator will oversee CHANGE’s Data Working Group, made up of data managers from each of CHANGE’s eight member cities. The Data & Project Coordinator will be expected to travel internationally on occasion to engage with network member cities and promote CHANGE at relevant convenings.

This position is best suited for someone who excels in both autonomous and collaborative work environments — and most importantly, is excited to advance inclusive gender equity through evidence-based solutions sourced from all over the world.
This is a full-time position reporting to the Program Manager of the City Hub and Network for Gender Equity. The Data & Project Coordinator will work closely with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of International Affairs, as well as the executive offices of the seven other cities of CHANGE and future city members. If remote, the Data & Project Coordinator is expected to be available during traditional working hours in Los Angeles, approximately 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Pacific Daylight Time.

  • Provide general administrative and strategic support to the Program Manager as part of CHANGE’s small, but mighty Secretariat.
  • Lead CHANGE’s Data Working Group and work collaboratively with its members to develop thematic data projects and data-focused learning resources.
  • Explore emerging methods to capture intersectional and diverse gender identities in data collection and reporting.
  • Provide strategic and technical support to cities, particularly to those building or expanding their data infrastructure.
  • Build out and manage CHANGE cities’ internal data reporting system and track member city reporting compliance; lead development and maintenance of gender data dashboard.
  • Work with CHANGE cities to produce data stories, articles, and social media posts.
  • Commitment to gender equity, intersectionality, and gender inclusivity.
  • Knowledge of current issues disproportionately affecting women, girls, and individuals of marginalized gender identities.
  • Demonstrated experience with data dashboards, data management, and/or data visualization required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required
  • Critical thinking and strong analytical skills.
  • Organized and detail-oriented, with an ability to plan, manage, multi-task, and prioritize responsibilities effectively while working independently.
  • Demonstrated experience and comfort with inclusive gender equity projects in different cultural contexts.
  • Fluency in English with proficiency in Spanish and/or Japanese highly preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills, including written communication skills, experience with public speaking.
  • Ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders, simplify data requests without sacrificing the complexities of the data, communicate data requests and project updates to non-native English speakers.
  • Willingness and desire to work diligently to deliver results.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player, to take initiative, and manage multiple projects ​at a time.
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States​.
  • Data management; experience in formulating large-scale data frameworks for organizations, planning data systems to achieve a research goal, and working across multiple departments and teams to collect accurate data.
  • Coding; experience in manipulating datasets using data analysis languages and software like Python, R, Stata, or others; Applicants should submit 1-2 data science projects.
  • Data visualization; knowledge of basic UI/UX design concepts such as wireframing, and storyboarding, experience using Tableau, Google Data Studio, and/or other data visualization platforms. Applicants should submit 1-2 data visualization projects.
  • Front-end development; knowledge of front and back-end integration, and publishing data interfaces on the web is a plus.

This is a full-time position, contingent on grant funding, with an expected minimum duration of 14 months. Salary range: $60,000 – $68,000 + benefits


Interested applicants should reply no later than October 4, 2022 via email with a cover letter explaining their interest and qualifications, a complete resume that includes work and education experience, a short (1-3 page) writing sample, as well as the data visualization and management samples listed above to Please write “CHANGE Data & Project Coordinator” in the email’s subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

About the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles:

The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles, founded in 2014, supports building a better quality of life for Angelenos by driving transformative change through public-private partnerships. The Fund collaborates with leaders and experts, cultivates diversity, capitalizes on creativity, and champions new ideas. The Fund targets programs that are time-specific, impact-oriented efforts around priority areas by facilitating private resources to ongoing civic programs, as well as focusing on new, innovative solutions. The Fund embraces opportunities that take risks and carefully measures results to be data-driven, efficient, and accountable. The Fund embraces the idea that building cross-sector partnerships will help make Los Angeles the safest, most prosperous, most livable, and best-run big city in the world.