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Executive Assistant, Achieve Atlanta
Achieve Atlanta is a bold new initiative that was launched in July 2015.  Achieve Atlanta’s vision is that all students educated in Atlanta Public Schools will complete post-secondary education and obtain the full benefits that a higher education provides. Executive Assistant will provide administrative support and assistance to Achieve Atlanta staff (primarily the Executive Director), while supporting the management of the Achieve Atlanta office.
 
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Please email a cover letter and resume to tfernandez@achieveatlanta.org with the email subject line title: “AA Executive Assistant Application” 
 
Business Development Officer
The Business Development Officer is responsible for assisting 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. 
  
For full job description click here. No phone calls or walk-ins please. The Community Foundation will only review resumes submitted as requested.
 
To submit an application for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.

Application deadline: open until filled

Program Associate, Scholarships 
This position is primarily responsible for support in all aspects of scholarship administration processes from the application through the award life cycle. This position will also include administrative duties related to competitive grant making programs, donor advised requests, file maintenance, 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 Director of Community Partnerships, the individual will work closely with the grants management staff and in teams with other Foundation staff to support programs of the Community Partnerships Department as well as the foundation as a whole. 
  
For full job description click here. No phone calls or walk-ins please. The Community Foundation will only review resumes submitted as requested.
 
To submit an application for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: resumes@cfgreateratlanta.org.

Application deadline: July 30, 2015
 
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