JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

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 and Programs Associate

Atlas Network works to strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by providing support and training to a network of partners, 450+ independent, pro-liberty organizations, in more than 90 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 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.
  • Manage global directory of partners including support for the process for evaluating potential partners, on-ramping new partners, and shepherding exit.
  • 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.
  • Perform data entry and quality control on database.
  • Schedule meetings and calls with grantees and potential/new partners.
  • Provide support to grants process, including drafting agreements, processing signatures, and ensuring proper disbursement of grants.

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
  • 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.

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to Elisa Martins at Elisa.Martins@AtlasNetwork.org 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.

Program Associate — Atlas Leadership Academy

Atlas Network seeks a program associate to help accelerate the growth of its innovative training programs via Atlas Leadership Academy (ALA), an initiative that streamlines services to its growing network of global free-market organizations. Atlas Leadership Academy provides a range of both online and in-person training opportunities to assist freedom champions worldwide in starting, maintaining, and growing their organizations in order to more effectively advance liberty in their communities. 

The program associate will assist the director of Atlas Leadership Academy in managing participant involvement in this program, from managing valuable information to reaching out to potential and current participants and developing new methods to better serve our market. This position will allow ALA to expand its operations. Through new products, collaborations, and additional participants, the program associate will be a vital member of this growing team.  

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Management of ALA participant information
  • Outreach to current and potential ALA participants through a variety of media
  • Drafting social media and newsletter messages to promote programs
  • Supporting implementation of in-person and online training programs, including Think Tank MBA and monthly webinars
  • Outreach and promotion of Atlas Network to our network of over 450 free-market organizations around the world
  • Contributing to strategy planning and future developments
  • Occasional travel

The ideal candidate will:

  • Exhibit strong organizational skills
  • Write creatively and effectively
  • Possess the ability to multitask and respond well under pressure
  • Take initiative and learn new skills while ensuring core work is accomplished
  • Possess some knowledge of online vendor programs such as: Salesforce, Eventbrite, Cvent, GoToMeeting, Wordpress, etc., or a willingness to learn these programs
  • Event planning experience a plus
  • Be passionate about expanding liberty worldwide

Knowledge of languages in addition to English is a plus.

Atlas Network prides itself on being, above all, a service organization, and therefore Atlas Network staff are expected to maintain a professional yet friendly demeanor, be eager to solve problems, be willing to wear many hats and to take on new tasks when needed. Working with Atlas Network provides a unique opportunity to work directly with free-market advocates doing inspiring work around the world. It is important to maintain an understanding that the work you do allows others to more effectively advance the cause of liberty. Salary is commensurate with experience. Atlas Network offers competitive benefits including medical, dental, and employee’s choice of parking or metro benefits.

How to Apply

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Cindy at Cindy.Cerquitella@AtlasNetwork.org.

Recruiters may not apply.

Internships

Marketing & Communications Internship Spring and Summer 2016

You came to D.C. to work on some of the world’s biggest challenges. And there’s no bigger challenge than helping to secure people’s freedom and prosperity: freedom to make choices that are best for the individual and their families and prosperity to lift people out of poverty.

That is where Atlas Network comes in. We want a free, prosperous, and peaceful world. One where limited governments defend the rule of law, private property, and free markets.

Be part of this movement to change the world and join Atlas Network’s team. 

If you have a passion for Atlas Network’s mission and a background in or are in school for: public policy, economics, international relations, marketing & communications, and/or business, apply now for a Spring 2016 internship with the award-winning Marketing & Communications department at Atlas Network.

This internship will be 20 hours per week with a stipend of $12.50/hour. Atlas Network is also available to provide college credit if desirable upon completion of the internship.

The intern will report to the Vice President of Marketing and Communications at our Washington, D.C. headquarters at 1201 L St. NW. The internship duration and hours are both flexible.

Here are some of the things you will work on during the internship:

  • Content Curation and Content Strategy -- Learn the basics of or fine-tune your knowledge of content strategy. You will help curate and create relevant and engaging content from around the world.
  • Metrics and Analytics -- Review, report, and analyze select metrics from Atlas Network’s digital strategy.
  • Media Monitoring and Support -- Identify news appearances, news outlets, and specific reporters relevant to Atlas Network’s mission and programs. Find and record contact information. Help develop media campaigns.
  • Campaign Building -- Help build select campaigns using data-driven strategies.
  • Social Media -- Research and help develop content for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  • Events -- Attend and provide staff support at select local and/or regional events.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a résumé and cover letter detailing your sincere philosophical interest in this role to: Daniel Anthony at Daniel.Anthony@AtlasNetwork.org. 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.