Careers

SUMMER FELLOW
Each year, the Foundation provides a unique summer fellowship experience for an undergraduate student who is interested in philanthropy and the critical issues facing the metro Atlanta region. The Summer Fellow will work closely with the Foundation's president and staff and will be engaged in many aspects of the Foundation's work - from grantmaking to public policy to donor engagement.

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To submit an application, please send resume and cover letter to lsutherland@cfgreateratlanta.org.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support and assistance to the Community development program and grants management staff, while supporting the administrative needs of the Community Partnerships Department.

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To submit an application, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.

PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
The Program Associate (PA) will provide support to advance the Foundation’s community development impact area in the community through innovative and strategic grantmaking, engagement in Foundation initiatives in the community with its many partners and donors, and in partnership with other Foundation staff, and to ensure that the Foundation’s overall impact goals and objectives are achieved.

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To submit an application, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.

SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTRATOR 
This position is primarily responsible for supporting the administration of the Achieve Atlanta Scholarship program. This includes administrative duties related to application intake and processing, providing customer relations to students and administering scholarship awards. Serve as the primary contact for students and parents regarding scholarship disbursement as well as foundation wide engagement and support to develop and monitor organizational performance metrics. The individual must be a community-minded, analytical, results focused, data-driven, self-starter, with the ability to multi-task. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. While the position reports to the grants manager, the individual will work in teams with other Foundation and Achieve Atlanta staff, as well as the foundation as a whole.

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To submit an application for this position, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.

 
DONOR DATA AND PORTAL MANAGER
This position will serve as the lead for facilitating data and transaction management and reporting, as well as management of the Foundation's donor portal. The donor data and portal manager will be responsible for developing and documenting data and transaction protocols and procedures for donor development, engagement and stewardship efforts in the Raiser's Edge and FIMS database systems.

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To submit an application for this position, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.
 
ACCOUNTANT
The accountant will support and enhance the daily workings of the Community Foundation through payroll processing, reconciliations and data collection and reporting.

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To submit an application for this position, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.
 
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
The Development Coordinator will provide support for and reporting to the director of gift planning, as well as support for major gift, business development and planned giving officers. This position will focus on maintaining a high volume of donor prospect scheduling, marketing coordination and is responsible for recordkeeping, properly maintaining information in databases, completing documentation for agreements and new accounts and is the liaison for all special events.

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To submit an application for this position, please send an email of interest, resume, salary requirements and three references to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org
 
GIFT PLANNING OFFICER
The Gift Planning Officer reports to and assists the Director of Gift Planning in the continuing development and implementation of the Foundation’s comprehensive professional advisor program. The primary focus of this position will be relationship building with local professional advisors (attorneys, accountants, life insurance advisors, and financial/investment advisors).  In addition: the position coordinates closely with the Director of Gift Planning on the execution of programming for professional advisors, marketing to professional advisors and tracking and monitoring of professional advisor relationships.

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MAJOR GIFTS OFFICER
The Major Gifts Officer serves as a primary front-line fundraiser for The Community Foundation. This officerreports to the Director of Gift Planning and holds a key role in securing significant gifts from high net worth individuals that can enhance the institution’s ability to achieve its goals and accomplish its mission. 

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POLICY RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ASSOCIATE 
The Foundation understands it is often in its best interest to take a position on policy issues, legislation, regulations, etc. To do so wisely, this part-time position is established to provide a mechanism to keep staff, boards and donors well-informed and able to participate from a point of knowledge. This position will assist the Foundation to pursue a robust public policy role to enhance support for the local non-profit sector and the Foundation’s philanthropic mission.

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To submit an application for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, list of references, writing sample and salary requirements to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.  

SPECIAL EVENTS ASSOCIATE 
This position reports to the Marketing and Communications Department, but is a cross-organization function responsible for planning and coordinating a variety of special events designed to support the mission and increase public awareness of the Community Foundation; both large-scale and small, including community building events, donor stewardship and recruitment events, nonprofit forums, meetings, and lectures. This individual will manage all logistics of each event, providing the highest level of attention to detail, and ensuring that the brand of the Community Foundation is consistently displayed in every event, year round.

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To submit an application for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, list of references, writing sample and salary requirements to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.   
   
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