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What is it like to work at CompassPoint?

Our communities demand and deserve an approach to leadership development that centers liberation and confronts oppression directly—and we want to work with people who are passionate about answering that call. 

If you're excited about that vision ( explore our vision and values ), CompassPoint might be the right team for you!

Whether you're hearing about us for the first time, getting reacquainted, or getting to know us more deeply, we encourage you to read our "about us" page and explore our blog. 

We're Hiring!

Current Opportunities

  • Operations Coordinator

Read the description and apply here >

Important Details

We'll continue to review applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled!

For your reference, you can download a PDF versions of the description here:

Hiring Communications

If you applied for a previously open position (Project Director: Black Programming ; Operations Coordinator ; or Project Director: Resource Mobilization) and haven't heard back from us by Friday March 25th, we have chosen to move forward with other applicants. We're so grateful for your time and energy and encourage you to keep an eye on this space for future postings.

Please note that all correspondence for these hiring processes will be through our hiring portal. Following the submission of your application, you should receive an automated response (via email) thanking you for your application. If you do not receive a confirmation, please first check your "spam" and "other" folders. Please contact if you submitted an application and didn’t receive a response.

If you have questions about these positions, please email

How we work

We work with leaders, nonprofit organizations, and movement networks that see themselves as vehicles for social change and support them through trainings, peer networkscoaching, and leadership programs. 

We believe that a liberated future free of oppression begins with our own personal liberation and practicing equity with each other—and we strive to build systems that reflect that belief.

That doesn't mean we don't often fall short of that goal! We are constantly learning and struggling together and with each other, and we are far from perfect.

Some of the things that we are excitedly growing into (and imperfectly navigating through) in the next chapter of our organization are: developing a Pro-Black stance, deepening our political education, figuring out what our hybrid model of teaching (online and in-person!) will look like, developing a collective culture and system around conflict resolution, and continuing to develop pathways for internal promotions. It's a time for amibitious growth and transformation, and we're excited about bringing on folks who want to show up and make meaningful contributions to our evolution! 

Working at CompassPoint Includes a Commitment to... 

Engagement in contributing to healthy team dynamics - developing a common vision, working collaboratively with clear roles, and tending to relationships; willingness to grapple and engage in (not retreat from) generative conflict.

Agility - learning from experience and applying that learning successfully in new situations

Shared responsibility - critiquing and contributing (not only one or the other) toward our ongoing evolution as an organization

Collaborative contributioncontribute to the organization as a whole; willingness and curiosity for exploring and growing into varied areas of work

Transformative relationships - actively building relationships based on care and mutual flourishing 

Our current structure

​Our leadership structure is grounded in principles of distributed power and practicing deep democracy. As we grow, we are looking for team members who are eager to play an active role in evolving that structure with us

Our structure feels and looks different from traditional top-down management. We lean in the direction of self-management principles where everyone has increased ownership of their work.

Our aspiration for collective leadership reflects our respect for individual autonomy (empowering everyone to have agency and make decisions from their roles) while also centering belonging (being united in purpose, vision, and a sense of community). 


Working in circles

The structure we work in consists of several "circles" that steward key areas of our work. Our structure prioritizes self-management practices and distributed power. As a team member at CompassPoint, you won't report directly to a single direct supervisor or manager. Instead, you'll belong to one or more teams that help to define goals and move work forward. 

The executive leadership team (structured as a Co-Executive Directorship) holds the big picture for the organization, coordinating and facilitating work across circles, aligning us toward a common vision, and ensuring that CompassPoint is values-driven, sustainable, and ultimately impactful