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

Institute Relations Coordinator

Atlas Network works to strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by providing support and training to a network of partners, 480+ independent, pro-liberty organizations, in more than 95 countries throughout the world. Atlas Network’s institute relations department provides the organization timely and accurate information and insights about the work of its partners. The department also actively prospects for allies of free markets and individual freedom around the world, and identifies potential partners on a constant basis. The IR department provide partners and potential partner organizations with 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 Relation Coordinator works with the Institute Relations team to support Atlas Network’s mission of supporting think tanks promoting free markets and individual liberty in the US and abroad.  

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prospect, identify, contact, recruit and vet potential allies and think tank partners.
  • Onboard new partners.
  • Maintain a database of prospects and potential partners.
  • Collaborate with training team to provide training opportunities to potential and new partners.
  • Organize site visits to potential and new partners for staff members.
  • Service as a key liaison for responding to outside inquiries.
  • Monitor websites and activities of partners for up-to-date information.
  • Serve as resource for potential and new partners.
  • Manage world events e-calendar.


  • Self-starter, positive, hardworking attitude, well-organized, able to cold call, curious, open-minded about other cultures, committed to free markets and individual liberty, proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Foreign language is a plus, though not necessary.  

Tangible Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Health benefits
  • 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.

Apply to:  Send a single PDF with resume/cover letter to:

No phone calls please.

Recruiters may not apply.

Salesforce Administrator

Atlas Network has an immediate opening for an Salesforce Administrator.

Salesforce is integrated into every aspect of Atlas Network's activities -- from fundraising, grant making and reporting, communications with partners, accounting, and event management. The Salesforce Administrator will oversee the management and enhancement of the platform integrating companion software as well as maintaining best practices re security.  


  • 2+ years of experience as a Salesforce administrator
  • Strong understanding of data modeling and database normalization
  • Advanced knowledge of Apex, Visualforce, and unit testing
  • Advanced knowledge of Salesforce user permissions, validation rules, workflow rules, page layouts, custom objects, custom fields, reports, and dashboards
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Working knowledge of basic fundraising and/or sales processes
  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Experience with large-scale data cleansing and data migration
  • Experience training non-technical staff to use Salesforce and follow established best practices


  • Experience maintaining and refactoring a large existing codebase
  • Significant database refactoring experience
  • Experience working with data sets of greater than 1 million records
  • Experience with Lightning Experience migration
  • Data analysis experience
  • Process improvement experience
  • Experience working with nonprofits
  • Certified Salesforce Administrator or Developer

To Apply:

Send cover letter and resume as one PDF file to: Kristina Crane, Manager, Operations, No phone calls. Please note that only those individuals whose qualifications match the current needs of this position will be considered applicants and will receive responses from Atlas Network. Atlas Network is located in Arlington, Virginia.

Recruiters may not apply.


Spring 2019 Internships

Institute Relations Paid Internship for Spring (January – May)

Please contact Kristina Crane at

Recruiters may not apply.