It’s not a job. It’s a joy.
Wanted: People With Passion
The kind that helps amplify joy, create connections, nurture nonprofits and strengthen communities throughout the entire Atlanta area. If you’re ready to work hard to help make our region thrive, we’re ready to hear from you.
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. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a community foundation over the course of a summer. The fellowship lasts ten (10) weeks with concentrations in the Office of the President, Philanthropy, Community, Finance, and Marketing & Communications.
The Investment Analyst is a member of a team that stewards over $900 million of charitable capital. Reporting to the Director, Investments, the Investment Analyst is an integral member of the Foundation’s Investment team. The Foundation’s clients include individual and corporate donors, nonprofits, private foundations, professional advisors and family offices.
Grants Payable Associate
The Grants Payable Associate is a transactional position responsible for timely and accurate entry and processing of grant and grant-related payments and for providing assistance to the Assistant Controller and the Finance and Operations team.
Director Community Intelligence
The Director, Community Intelligence leads the Community Intelligence (CIQ) Team. The potential candidate will have a minimum of 10 years’ professional experience related to the duties and responsibilities outlined in the job description below; preferred experience in community-based and/or nonprofit organizations; knowledge management and donor relations experience a plus.
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta values diversity and inclusion; therefore, we honor the diverse needs, strengths, voices and backgrounds of all individuals in our regional community.