Full and Part-Time Positions
Atlas Corps is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to empower young leaders across the world and serve as an inspirational leader guiding Atlas Corps to new levels of global thought leadership. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ideal candidate will be a visionary, providing strategic direction to the organization as it embarks on new virtual programming and playing a leading role in fostering cross-cultural communications and partnerships. The CEO leads the strategic vision of the organization, interfaces with external audiences and is the main liaison with key partners. The CEO is one of the chief fundraisers, working closely with the Chief Development & Engagement Officer who leads fundraising and communications. DRi is leading the search for CEO. Please visit their website for more info and application details.
With ambitious goals for growth over the next two years, Atlas Corps seeks an experience financial professional to join our team as Finance Director! This is a full-time, salaried role. Atlas Corps team members value our flexible, intentional focus on professional development, opportunities for influence and autonomy, as well as a culture of fun and excellence. The Finance Director is a mid-career professional with at least five years of experience in nonprofit financial management, ideally with a strong background in federal grants management and GAAP compliance. The Finance Director will provide leadership to the finance team, capacity building of staff, and work closely with the executive team, board of directors and partners. The Finance Director will ensure that the systems and procedures are in place to support the organization’s current and future financial management needs; ensure compliance with GAAP and federal grants management standards and conduct flawless audits. For a detailed overview of the position and details on how to apply, please visit here.
Indonesian Leadership Curriculum Specialist
The Indonesian Curriculum Specialist (ICS) will assist the Atlas Corps team in the development of the Atlas Corps x @america: Indonesia Public Sector Leadership Initiative curriculum as it pertains to module activities and electives. Module activities are self-guided lessons addressing a specific sub-topic under a larger theme that Scholars are required to complete. Electives are optional materials, events, videos, live-calls, etc that Scholars can engage with which have been designed to provide additional professional development to Scholars. These activities and electives should speak to the cultural context and utilize current trends within the Indoensian Public Service Sector. In addition, the ICS will assist in the development of Initiative curriculum related to the Policy Project.The policy project is a focus area that each Scholar will bring to the Virtual Institute with the idea that the Scholar will continue to develop this project throughout the Virtual Institute. Scholars develop a policy topic that each will design, research, and enhance throughout the Initiative with the goal of presenting the final policy paper.
Are you ready for an unforgettable semester as part of a dynamic, international team? Atlas Corps recruits interns year-round for internship positions. The ideal schedule is 20 to 35 hours a week with at least 3 days of service remote. Benefits include being part of the global Atlas Corps network of 1000 professionals from 105 countries, professional development in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment, and so much more!
For a detailed overview of our Summer 2021 program and position descriptions of our currently available Intern positions, please visit bit.ly/AtlasCorpsInternsSummer2021
Our Internship Opportunities Include:
Communications/Engagement: Focused on communications, social media, and design—turn your social media/design skills into social impact!
Development: Focused on fundraising, grant research/writing, event planning, and Embassy outreach (both U.S. and foreign embassies)—engage with top philanthropic leaders in the government and private sectors!
Executive: Focused on special projects under the direction of CEO—learn from one of the top social entrepreneurs!
Partnerships: Focused on recruiting Host Organizations for Fellow placement—get to know the most dynamic organizations in the country!
Programs: Focused on Fellow support and recruitment—engage with some of the brightest nonprofit leaders throughout the world!
Volunteer Management: Focused on recruitment and vetting of new volunteers, volunteer engagement, and event management—be connected with our extensive volunteer network!
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include 1) position that interests you and your name in the subject line; and 2) attach your resume and cover letter. The cover letter should highlight the following: strengths, interests, and professional growth aspirations. Let us know what makes you unique!
Note: Interns are placed on a first-come, first serve basis so apply early!
Spring Deadline: December 20; Summer Deadline: April 15; Fall Deadline: July 1