Deadline: May 31, 2022
Atlas Corps is now accepting applications from Operations and Human Resources Professionals to be considered for Fellowships beginning in late 2022 and 2023. Fellows will serve at mission-driven organizations to support, develop and improve operational frameworks, procedures, and processes in the areas of talent management, human resources, strategic planning, knowledge management, operations, and supply-chain/logistics.
Fellows will also participate in the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab professional development series to develop their leadership skills and engage in networking opportunities with Atlas Corps Fellows from around the world. There is also the opportunity to participate in group cultural activities such as a D.C. Monuments Tour, sporting events, U.S. holiday celebrations, and more. In addition to building connections with peers during the Fellowship, alumni will also join the Atlas Corps network of 1,200+ rising leaders from 112+ countries.
These Fellowships will also support the Atlas Corps mission of strengthening U.S.-based organizations by enabling a Fellow to contribute their international experience and expertise to organizational operations. Candidates may use their skills and expertise in the following areas:
- General Operations
- Researching new policies, protocols, and procedures, revising existing operations manuals, contributing to a strategic planning process, supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, managing relationships with vendors that provide services to the organization, supporting the maintenance of a physical/virtual office environment, and administering internal communication systems.
- Human Resources
- Developing and implementing best practices in talent acquisition and management, engaging in the planning and execution of employee professional development and training programs, supporting employee relations and internal communication efforts, managing employee benefits, and enhancing training manuals and how-to guides for new hires and current employees.
- Knowledge Management
- Conducting literature reviews on best practices, supporting the dissemination and utilization of knowledge products such as case studies and one-pagers, assessing and addressing current learning and knowledge gaps through existing & new data, evidence and knowledge, facilitating processes of knowledge sharing across departments, and creating presentations and webinars that promote reflection on organizational successes and failures.
- Supply Chain Management & Logistics
- Supporting the procurement lifecycle for purchase orders and contracts for services and goods, handling logistics such as warehousing and transportation, supporting coordination between local stakeholders for supply chain management technical activities, providing technical insight for strengthening national supply chains, developing new supply chain policies, and analyzing supply chain data.
Basic Eligibility Requirements
Candidates for this fellowship must have a college degree, be highly proficient in English, be no older than 35, and be committed to applying their experience in their home country or region after the program. Candidates should also have experience implementing and managing operational processes and two years of professional experience in one of the following areas: human resources, supply chain and logistics, knowledge management, or general operations.
Desired Eligibility Criteria
- Soft Skills
- Organizational and time management skills.
- Multi-tasker with the ability to manage multiple processes simultaneously.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to comfortably work with people from across the globe, as well as an ability to work with different working styles.
- Flexibility, open-mindedness, and tolerance for uncertainty and risk.
- Functional Areas
- Knowledge Management: research skills in conducting secondary research and literature reviews, working knowledge of data visualization tools, content creation expertise, facilitation or communication dissemination.
- General Operations: strategic planning experience, workflow coordination experience, project management certification, working knowledge and proficiency in the use of software tools and platforms.
- Human Resources: performance and office management experience, general knowledge of HR practices such as staffing, employee wellness, onboarding, HR certification, recruitment software, talent acquisition expertise, and training experience.
- Supply-Chain Management and Logistics: technical understanding of the procurement and supply chain process, report-writing experience, financial management experience, and data analytics skills, especially in Power Bi, Excel, and Sharepoint.