To be considered for this role, please email a PDF of your resume and cover letter to Include the position you are applying for in the subject line. We aim to start reviewing applications in early September and will continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled. 

Results Management Officer

The Results Management Officer will be responsible for designing, building, and operationalizing the results measurement, management, mutual accountability, and learning function of Newman’s Own Foundation. The role will also serve as a resource to our grantee partners, supporting them to develop and operationalize their own results management and learning processes and systems. Working alongside the Foundation’s communication function, the role will also be responsible for developing materials to communicate our results and impact to key stakeholders, including grantee partners, the Board, potential and current funding partners, and more. Previous experience in results and impact measurement and management is essential.

This is an exciting time to join Newman’s Own Foundation. First, our model—originally conceived 40 years ago when Paul Newman started selling salad dressing and wanted to ‘give it all away’—remains unique and innovative compared to other foundations, corporations, and social impact organizations. Newman’s Own Foundation owns Newman’s Own, Inc., a food company, and 100% of the royalties and profits of the food company, along with license fees from third parties, go to the Foundation. The Foundation then grants out these funds to nonprofit social impact organizations in service of our mission. Second, building on our legacy, we launched a new, more focused mission in 2022, to nourish and transform the lives of children who face adversity, with three priority programmatic areas: Nutritious Food in Schools, Indigenous Food Justice for Youth, and Joyful Experiences for Children with Serious Illnesses. We are now building a team to implement this new focus, with a renewed commitment to our legacy of impact and innovation.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Design, build, and operationalize results and impact measurement, management, mutual accountability, and learning function of Newman’s Own Foundation, managing consultants as needed. This includes building and managing all the strategy, processes, systems, and relationships needed across all of the Foundation’s and grantee partners’ work.
  • Support grantee partners to design and operationalize their own results and impact measurement and learning functions, serving as a trusted resource to help grantee partners build the evidence base for their impact.
  • Working alongside communications function, develop materials for the Foundation to communicate our results and impact to key stakeholders.

Minimum Qualifications & Skills

  • 5+ years of experience in social impact sector, whether at a foundation, corporation, government entity, or nonprofit, including at least 3+ years in a results/impact measurement, data, and/or monitoring, evaluation, and learning function
  • Excellent demonstrated working knowledge of social impact results management, with previous experience designing and building results management framework, processes, and systems
  • Excellent working knowledge of CRM/donor and grantee/results management database systems, such as Salesforce, Cybergrants, or other
  • Excellent presentation skills, including use of data analytics software, as well as Excel, Powerpoint, and Word, to prepare and present presentations and reports for meetings, convenings, and conferences
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Good working knowledge of issues relating to children facing adversity, with preference as regards the Foundation’s core programmatic areas if possible—nutritious food in schools, Indigenous food justice for youth, and/or joyful experience for seriously ill children
  • Four-year degree required, with strong preference for Masters level in a field related to social impact and results measurement

Desired Knowledge & Abilities

  • Working with grantee partners on their results/impact measurement plans
  • Designing specifications for changes to CRM/donor and grant management databases, such as Salesforce or Cybergrants, as regards results management


  • Flexible hybrid, with preference to be within commuting distance of Westport, CT. Willingness to travel to Westport, CT, as needed to meet with Newman’s Own Foundation team members, Newman’s Own, Inc., employees, and other stakeholders. Minimum expectation would be for 3-4 days in first month for orientation and 4 times a year for staff retreats, with preference for 4-8+ days per month in office
  • Up to 15% to meet with grantee partners and participate in conferences and convenings, with good flexibility to determine own schedule (% does not count travel to Westport, CT, if not within commuting distance)

Values, Diversity, and Equal Employment Opportunity

Newman’s Own Foundation’s values are shared with the food company, Newman’s Own, Inc., and encompass generosity, community, integrity, innovation, and excellence.

The more diverse and representative of the communities we seek to serve our team is, the better we can achieve our mission. We seek to build and cultivate a team of staff, vendors, and partners that represent a diversity of thought, background, and lived experiences, and strive for justice in our organizational processes and results. We are particularly interested in increasing access for those in underserved communities who may not traditionally have access to social impact job opportunities.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, relation, disability, age, genetic information, veteran stats, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic as established under law.

Salary Range

In line with applicable laws, and in consideration of equitable practices, we are sharing the salary range for this position as $80,000-120,000. This range was determined against available benchmarks. This represents the present low and high ends of the Foundation’s pay range for this position. Actual pay is based on several job-related factors, including skills, education, training, credentials, experience, scope and complexity of role responsibilities, geographic location, performance, and working conditions.


Newman’s Own Foundation offers generous benefits, which currently include:

  • Medical insurance plan with 98% of plan premium covered by Newman’s Own Foundation
  • Dental insurance plan with 100% of plan premium covered by Newman’s Own Foundation
  • Responsible Paid Time Off
  • Paid Volunteer & Holiday Time Off
  • 401K savings plan with company match up to 6%
  • Up to $1,500 of well-being and up to $10,000 of tuition reimbursement benefits per year
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