Atlas Network takes pride in its high-energy, high-morale and high-achieving team. We foster an environment where all employees make valued contributions toward achieving our mission. We encourage creative thinking about how to be more cost-effective and impactful as an organization. We promote an office culture that is at once serious but fun, ambitious but humble, idealistic but practical, and full of the camaraderie that comes from advancing a noble cause together.

Current Openings

Director of Development

Atlas Network works to strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by providing support and training to a network of 450+ independent, pro-liberty organizations in more than 90 countries throughout the world.

Atlas Network seeks a Director of Development to grow the amount of financial resources devoted to advancing the Atlas Network mission, and to diversify the donor base to provide the organization with continued and growing long-term stability.

He or she will supervise a team of direct reports, and coordinate the efforts of members of Atlas Network’s senior management who play key roles in raising support for the organization.

Ideal candidates for the position will excel in analyzing results, prioritizing opportunities, and effectively managing team members to achieve goals.  For example, we value experience in running a direct mail program, getting meetings with foundation representatives, and developing strategies to upgrade mid-level donors over comfort in making donor visits.

Areas of responsibility:

  • Plan strategies for meeting budgeted goals regarding overall revenue for the organization
  • Track progress toward these goals, and provide reports and analysis as needed to the CEO and the Board
  • Oversee our processes regarding proposals (and subsequent reporting) to significant donors
  • Oversee prospect mail strategies (and other means by which we identify and solicit new donors)
  • Oversee processes relating to our donor database, tracking gifts, and reconciling with accounting systems
  • Work with Communications department to optimize relevant products to achieve development goals
  • Ensure legal compliance for making donor solicitations
  • Ensure compliance with external nonprofit reviewers (e.g., Charity Navigator)

An ideal candidate will bring:

  • Experience – more than 5 years experience in a development capacity with a non-profit, and at least 3 years of management experience
  • Passion – for the organization’s mission, knowledge of the cause of liberty, and high level of interest in international affairs
  • Relevant Skills –being highly-organized (able to keep in mind the “big picture” while also showing attention to detail) and an eye for numbers and strategic growth
  • Optimism – we love having “can do” attitudes in the office
  • Knowledge of Salesforce (our current database)

Application Process:

Qualified candidates should submit the following application materials in one PDF file:

  • Résumé
  • Cover letter detailing: a) your sincere interest in this position and the mission of the organization, and b) your salary requirements

Materials should be emailed to Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting with the search:

While we thank all applicants in advance for their interest in this position, we are only able to contact those to whom we can offer an interview. No phone calls please.

Recruiters may not apply.

Institute Relations and Programs Associate

Atlas Network works to strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by providing support and training to a network of 450+ independent, pro-liberty organizations in more than 90 countries throughout the world.  The Atlas Network’s institute relations department provides the organization timely and accurate information and insights about the work of pro-liberty organizations throughout the world.  The department also provides those organizations personalized consulting and advice related to think tank excellence and facilitates their engagement with Atlas Network’s broad selection of training, networking, grants, and award programs.

The Institute Relations and Programs Associate is primarily responsible for actively organizing the flow of information from pro-liberty organizations and to serve as a key “hub” for driving the organization’s efforts to provide relevant, timely and high quality programs and services to the network.

This includes, but is not limited to, the following areas of responsibility:

  • Summarize and catalog the ongoing reports about pro-liberty activities all over the world submitted to the IR department from a variety of sources including staff, grantees, partners, field contractors and other allies; produce a weekly, standardized report about those activities for internal review.
  • Serve as one of the key liaisons for responding to outside inquiries in a timely and helpful manner.
  • Manage global directory of partners including the process for evaluating potential partners, on ramping new partners and shepherding exit
  • Serve as key support for organizing and executing monthly strategy and review meetings related to grants, training and other services.
  • Maintain a rolling series of online surveys and applications and ensure timely and accurate database records for the content.
  • Manage events calendar for the network of partners worldwide.
  • Identify and cultivate success stories and other content about the network in cooperation with communications and marketing department.

Ideal candidates will strongly exemplify qualities similar to the following:

  • Careful attention to detail and a patient determination to ensure accuracy and completeness of information for database records, report content etc.
  • Excellent time management skills and strong self-motivation to stay on task
  • Comfort level with fast evolving processes and organizational activities to keep pace with growth and innovation
  • Professional attitude coupled with appreciation for fun-loving team

This position reports to the associate director of programs and works closely with all members of the institute relations and programs teams. This position is located at Atlas Network headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Tangible Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Competitive medical and dental coverage
  • Metro/parking allotment

Intangible Benefits:

  • Develop a diverse and deep knowledge of the fight for liberty all over the world;
  • Get to know brave and inspiring leaders in the world’s most difficult places;
  • Be part of a fast growing and exciting workplace with a team that works tirelessly for the right reasons.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to with subject line: Institute Relations and Programs Associate Candidate followed by applicant’s full name. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. No phone calls please.

Recruiters may not apply.



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