Global Affairs includes Splunk4Good and Global Government Affairs. Splunk4Good works with community partners across sectors to use real data to power real social change. The Global Government Affairs team analyzes public policy developments, promotes Splunk’s views on key issues, and advances the company’s strategic engagement with government organizations. We’re looking for team members who are passionate about working on complex challenges, and who have what it takes to be successful in a highly collaborative, fast-moving global organization.
People + Product + Passion = Splunk. At Splunk, our vision is a world where data provides clarity, elevates discussion and accelerates progress. We work everyday to remove the barriers between data and action, so everyone thrives in the Data Age. And passion is key. You can have the best people and the best product, but without passion, you don't have Splunk.
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