Do you love data, and more importantly are committed to using data science for good!? Do you want to join a growing, dynamic team? If yes, VentureWell is looking for you!

Our data systems team is expanding, and we are looking for data professionals at all levels to help us grow our organization’s data ecosystem and use of data in our decision-making. To be successful on this team you must enjoy working collaboratively, thinking strategically and creatively, and have the ability to make clear connections between your work and equity and justice in the implementation of our programs. These roles are an integral part of a team that prioritizes learning and experimentation, along with opportunities to evolve and grow into a specialization of interest. We are looking to fill a few roles, so if you are interested in any of the following types of positions submit your application today: 

  • Data Analyst
  • Senior Data Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Data Engineer
  • Data Architect

If you have experience and interest in any combination of the above, we’d love to hear from you!

Relevant experience could include:

  • Data management including the monitoring and review of data for integrity across various systems
  • Stewarding of data through performing established quality assurance processes, in collaboration with other team members, to ensure the integrity of data
  • Creation of compelling data products (e.g. data exports, analysis, visualizations) and sharing them using language that stakeholders understand
  • Engaging with stakeholders to create trusting consultative relationships that lead to a deepened understanding of their data needs
  • Identifying, designing, and implementing internal process improvements through developing  new infrastructure, data pipelines, and automation
  • Development of new and contributions to existing codebases with the goal of improving organizational efficiency and data accuracy
  • Building, programming, and managing online data collection forms including surveys
  • Inputting information into databases and systems to maintain records; verifying information with external sources; ensuring data accuracy/quality control

We are open to considering candidates at various levels in their professional careers and have positions at multiple levels available. 


About VentureWell:

At VentureWell, it is our mission to cultivate an ecosystem of diverse entrepreneurs and innovators who are developing science-and technology-based solutions to the world’s most intractable challenges in areas like biotechnology, healthcare, and sustainable energy and materials. We aim to create spaces that increase access to education, employment, and entrepreneurial pathways for historically marginalized communities.

We foster collaboration among the best minds from research labs, classrooms, and beyond to advance innovation and entrepreneurship education and to provide unique opportunities for STEM students and researchers to fully realize their potential. The innovations developed by the 3,000+ early-stage innovator teams that have benefitted from our funding and training have reached millions of people across the globe and the resulting  850+ ventures have raised over $2.6 billion in investment funding.

We aspire to create an inclusive organization where each unique member of our community can learn, develop, and flourish. We know that diverse views and ideas lead to better work, which is why we celebrate our differences, value intentional inclusion, and center equity. We are committed to hiring talented, unique team members with diverse perspectives and experiences who can be their authentic selves at work. We want and encourage people across a multitude of backgrounds to apply and join us on this journey. 

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