Full and Part-Time Positions

Talent Acquisition Manager

Atlas Corps seeks a creative and entrepreneurial Talent Acquisition Manager with 3+ years of experience in talent acquisition and vetting. The purpose of this role is to lead the recruitment and vetting of applicants for the Atlas Corps Fellowship. The key responsibilities of the Talent Acquisition Manager include managing the implementation of the vetting process for new Fellows, increasing the quality of the existing talent pool, managing volunteers and the online application process, and enhancing the in-house vetting system. The Talent Acquisition Manager works with the Communications Department to manage promotion campaigns to potential candidates across media and ensures that strong candidates meet the vetting process in collaboration with the Partnerships Director.

The anticipated start date for this position is August 1. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible and will give priority review to applications received by June 6, 2022.

Read the full position description: bit.ly/AtlasCorpsTalentAcquisitionMgr

Apply (email jobs@atlascorps.org with questions): bit.ly/ApplyTAM


Development Manager, Individuals & Events

Atlas Corps is seeking a Development Manager, Individuals & Events (Development Manager) with 3+ years experience who will enhance our individual and major gifts donor cultivation strategy to the next level. The purpose of this role is to significantly expand Atlas Corps’ capacity by leveraging and engaging the organization’s supporters. In collaboration with the Chief Strategy Officer, the key responsibilities of this role include individual donor cultivation and events management. The Development Manager, Individuals & Events is a new role and will be responsible for bringing structure and imagination to the growing sophistication of our development activities, especially around individual annual giving (both digital and traditional) and foundation fundraising. This role is both strategic and tactical, requiring the ability to think big while minding all the details.

The anticipated start date for this position is August 1. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible and will give priority review to applications received by June 6, 2022.

Read the full position description: bit.ly/ApplyDevelopmentMgr

Apply (email jobs@atlascorps.org with questions): bit.ly/devmanagerform


Partnerships Senior Manager

Atlas Corps is seeking an energetic and organized people-person with 5+ years of experience in partnership-building and business development to join our team. The purpose of this role is to ensure that the Partnerships Team achieves its placement and mission fulfillment goals by providing strategic and operational oversight of the team and placing Fellows. The Partnerships Senior Manager leads the Partnerships Team composed of a Partnerships Manager who is responsible for new lead generation and stewardship and a Talent Acquisition Manager who is responsible for Fellow recruitment and vetting. Both the Senior Manager and the Partnerships Manager are responsible for placements and ensuring that Host Organizations have successful hosting experiences that foster Fellows’ professional development. The primary focus of this position is developing strategy to execute new long term partnerships while sustaining and growing current partnerships with leading mission-driven organizations across the United States like CARE International, Girl Up, SAP, American Red Cross, and Making Cents International. The Partnerships Senior Manager works collaboratively to cultivate new relationships, steward current partners, and helps shape the national Host Organization recruitment strategy in collaboration with the Partnerships Manager and CEO.

The anticipated start date for this position is August 1. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible and will give priority review to applications received by June 6, 2022.

Read the full position description: bit.ly/ApplyPartnershipsSeniorMgr

Apply (email jobs@atlascorps.org with questions): bit.ly/ApplyPSM


Intern Positions

Are you interested in international exchange programs or nonprofit work? Maybe you’re looking to develop skills in event planning, personnel management, marketing, outreach, networking, communications, or fundraising? Who knows, maybe you’re just trying to figure out what you want to do when you grow up? (We’ll let you in on a secret, many people are still trying to figure that out for themselves). Whatever your answer, we’ve got you covered!

Atlas Corps is an international Fellowship program that brings mid-career professionals from around the world to serve in organizations in the United States for 12-18 months. Check out our current and previous Hosts here: atlascorps.org/host-organizations/

We’re looking for undergraduate and graduate Interns who are eager to contribute to a growing organization and develop a range of skills. The Atlas Corps team is small, which means Interns have an opportunity to make meaningful contributions to projects being carried out by the team they choose to Intern with. 

In addition to experiencing the day-to-day of a growing nonprofit, we dedicate time each month to focus on different areas of our Interns’ professional development. An example of past sessions are: reviewing resumes and cover letters, identifying and developing personal narratives, and general interviewing (both job-related and informational).

All internships are eligible for a one time honorarium depending on the hours worked per week. Interns who serve at least 25 hours per week (on average) will receive $600. Interns who serve at least 15 hours per week (on average) will receive $300. 

Our Internship Opportunities Include:

Operations Intern: Support with the administration and operations of the organization. Sharpen your skills in administration, research, and operations.

Development Intern: Engage with strategic partnership development, fundraising, and communications. Gain valuable knowledge of fundraising and communications, proposal writing, individual donor cultivation, and campaign management.

Partnerships Intern: Support the Partnerships Team in recruiting, matching, and providing stewardship for Host Organizations. Projects will include creative communications and social media planning to engage with potential and current Host Organizations and demonstrate the value add of our program in the current market in addition to support for researching and outreach to potential Hosts for upcoming Fellow cohorts.

Programs Intern: Engage with our extensive volunteer network, manage events, support recruitment/vetting of new members, and lead communications in a rapidly expanding global nonprofit organization!

Communications/Engagement: Focused on communications, social media, and design—turn your social media/design skills into social impact!

How to Apply

Send your resume and cover letter to interns@atlascorps.org, and let us know what team you are interested in. Your cover letter should highlight: strengths, interests, and professional growth aspirations. We’re looking for interns with a variety of skills and backgrounds, so make sure to let us know what makes you unique. 

Deadline: Applications accepted on a rolling basis.