The Atlantic Institute was established in 2016 with the support of The Atlantic Philanthropies, and in collaboration with the Rhodes Trust, Oxford (UK). The Institute was created to foster collaboration across six recently-established Atlantic Fellows Programs, and to support the development of a global community of lifelong Atlantic Fellows. The six Programs, located around the world, empower communities of emerging leaders for social equity. The Programs have at their core the goal of advancing towards fairer, healthier and more inclusive societies. More information about the Programs can be found at our website.
The Atlantic Institute is seeking a Program Director / COO. This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced and committed individual to play a lead role in the design and implementation a program of work that will enhance the impact of the six Atlantic Fellows Programs and support a lifelong global community of Atlantic Fellows, with a strong focus on results, and on the optimal and efficient use of Institute resources. The successful candidate will join a small team based in Oxford, UK.
The Program Director / COO will report to the Executive Director of the Atlantic Institute and will work closely with the leadership and Fellows of the six Atlantic Fellows Programs and the Narrative Initiative, as well as with external partners. The role offers a unique opportunity to help implement the core functions of the Institute in a way that is true to core values of the Atlantic Fellows Programs, responsive to the contexts and needs of the Programs and the Fellows, and consistently results focused. It is likely responsibilities will evolve as the Institute develops.
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