Atlas Corps is hiring for 2 positions!

Atlas Corps is seeking an energetic, organized individual with sales experience, partnership building skills and inter-cultural sensitivity to join the team as the Partnerships Manager. This person will manage the partnership development aspect of Atlas Corps. Atlas Corps has been experiencing an exciting period of growth, nearly doubling in size every year, and expanding across the United States and to other countries around the world. Host Organization is the term for nonprofits, socially minded for profits or any other type of organization that acts as a placement site for an Atlas Corps Fellow to complete their term of service over the course of 12-18 months. Host Organization recruitment is a critical piece of the growth of the organization as well as a key piece of the business model. This primary focus of this position is developing new partnerships and strategies for expanding growth to multiple cities around the US.

Atlas Corps is also seeking a well-organized, experienced individual to join the team as an Office Manager, working on office management and program management-related duties. Atlas Corps is seeking a professional with accounting/bookkeeping experience and education. The ideal candidate will have experience with QuickBooks for Mac, and have advanced Excel skills. He or She will also be energetic and organized, with a business mind and interest/experience in international nonprofits. The Office Manager will play a leading role in the accounting and office management of Atlas Corps and support the program team working with Fellows logistics.

Atlas Corps is a $1.4m nonprofit with nine full time staff, and has provided Fellowship opportunities for 108 Fellows from 32 countries. For more information about Atlas Corps, please visit: Atlas Corps is an international fellowship program that develops leaders, strengthens organizations and promotes innovation in the nonprofit sector through a network of skilled nonprofit professionals addressing critical global issues. The Brookings Institution has called Atlas Corps a “best practice” in international exchange and the U.S. Center for Citizen Diplomacy named us one of the 10 best international exchange programs in the country. The Center for Nonprofit Advancement named Atlas Corps “one of the top nonprofits in Washington, DC” for executive leadership in 2010.

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