[Closed] We’re Hiring Program Staff in Service of Public Interest Tech

📝 Program Manager, Research and Engagement — This is a new position that will support the Event Fund and Digital Infrastructure Incubator. Apply by November 6, 2022.

🖇 Program Manager, Fiscally Sponsored Projects — This position will join two Program Managers who collectively support 12 projects. Apply by October 16, 2022.

About our work

CS&S provides tactical and strategic support to groups who are exploring new research in open source technology. In the Event Fund and Digital Infrastructure Incubator, we collaborate with people who are pursuing inclusive events, governance, and community health. In our Fiscal Sponsorship Program, we advise on strategy, governance, and sustainability for organizations seeking to accelerate their work with the backing of nonprofit infrastructure.

Why join us?

We’re growing rapidly, with an 82% increase in funding and three new projects added in the last year. We need your input to help us build effective programs that enable our teams to grow while staying focused on work that addresses critical societal challenges.

To promote the expansion of community-driven public interest technology, we leverage our unique identities, cultures, and personal experiences to inform our approach to decision-making and problem-solving. Your contributions will help evolve our work as we grow, with the opportunity to be creative, operate independently, and deepen your skill set.

It’s an exciting time to join CS&S and contribute to program initiatives that will advance the power of data to improve the social and economic lives of all people.

What can you expect if you join CS&S?


  • Sustainability is discussed a lot in nonprofits. A core piece of sustainability is ensuring that workload is sustainable for staff. Because we anticipate periods of higher workload, we aim for a baseline of 75%-80% workload. We also want to ensure everyone has someone who can cover their tasks while they are out of office. As a quickly growing organization, these are both opportunities that we continue to work towards.
  • In addition to thinking holistically about our capacity, we encourage staff to create boundaries around work and life. We schedule weekly Zoom-free days, and we help each other take time off to rest, reset and recharge.

Professional development

  • Grow your professional network by joining our diverse community of over 145 collaborators and partners.
  • Nurture your skills or take on new challenges with reimbursement for professional conferences and training workshops.

Please see the job descriptions for full information at codeforsociety.org/jobs. Send general questions to hiring at codeforsociety.org.