Philanthropy Sector (Confidential)

Systems & Complexity Practitioner/Program Producer

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A global family of philanthropies seeks a highly skilled program producer and practice shaper to join its Systems & Complexity team

The ideal candidate thrives in a visionary, entrepreneurial environment and is passionate about effecting deep, lasting systems change. 

The Systems & Complexity (S&C) Practitioner/Program Producer will co-develop and execute programs, products, and events; conduct sensemaking across the organization’s network; shape and deepen systems and complexity practices; generate compelling communications; and implement special projects as needed. This individual must be learning- and growth-oriented, self-propelled, and nimble with an ability to spot patterns and create programming that serves goals across the organization and its global network.


This is a full-time, exempt, benefit-eligible position. The anticipated annual salary range for this position is $118,000 to $139,000 depending upon location and experience. An annual bonus of up to 10% is possible.

The organization offers a wide variety of competitive benefits, including:

  • Provide % of employee and dependent coverage for medical, dental and vision benefits
  • Employer provided STD, LTD and life insurance for the employee
  • 401K contributions up to 8%
  • 20 vacation days
  • 10 paid holidays
  • Additional benefits supporting wellbeing and learning for all employees


This is a fully remote position. Proximity to an international airport or hub is desired.

Start Date 

April 2024.

To Apply

Select "Apply" belowPlease upload your resume using the "Upload File" box. Please also respond to the questions in the form below. We suggest that you draft your responses in a separate document since you will not be able to save your place in the application.

When you apply, we kindly ask you to remove your schools from your resume. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you may leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). Just remember to remove any undergraduate and graduate school name references where possible. This “bias blind” process is aimed at opening this opportunity to more candidates; reviewing applicants on performance assessments instead of resume proxies (e.g., where you went to school). Lastly, we intentionally do not ask for a cover letter, so we kindly request that you not send one in your application.

This evaluation process will follow best practices shown to reduce bias in decision making and may be different from other application processes you have experienced.

For additional information about this opportunity, please contact Cleveland Justis, Founder & Principal, at

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