registrar

  • Are you interested in being the Registrar for Atlanta’s premier international organization?
  • Are you interested in connecting with individuals and organizations to promote ACIR within the greater Atlanta International Community?
  • Is the idea of using your organizational, customer service and people skills in registering and tracking the sign-ups for events as well as the check-ins for the day of the event for an organization you are passionate about your thing?
  • Would you like to build your resume and hone your organizational and people skills while serving a great Atlanta international organization?
  • Would participating in a international non-profit organization help further your goals?

Then ACIR would like to talk to you!

We have a Registrar position – with a two-year commitment – that could be just right for you!

This is a contract position that pays a small remuneration.

As the ACIR Registrar you will be the “face” of the organization while organizing data, engaging and talking with, registering and checking-in International Professionals, Ambassador’s, Consuls General, Government Officials, and International Subject Matter Experts. If you are a retired professional, these interactions afford you the opportunity to stay engaged in a community interested in the world around us, if you are a current working professional they can help you build your career or transition into an international career, and if you are a student they can assist you in grounding your studies in real world applications. Would you like to be involved with the premier international non-profit in Atlanta? If so, keep reading.

The Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) is the oldest International affairs organization in Atlanta, GA. Created as the Atlanta Chapter of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1954, ACIR is now an independent Atlanta International organization and is seeking a new Registrar to manage our event registrations and check-ins for the organization.

As the Registrar, you will interact with and get to know both members and non-members, and ensure that the organization’s event registration and check-ins are smoothly processed.

Whether you are a retiree with a passion for helping grow Atlanta’s dynamic international scene, a mid-career professional looking to transition or further yourself by moving your career into the International arena, or a student looking to build your resume and put your knowledge to work in the real world, ACIR is interested in talking to you now about this exciting opportunity.

ACIR typically holds up to 20 meetings a year, currently via zoom. The Registrar assists the Director of Marketing in managing the registration of these zoom events and handles questions that arise before and during the event. This will transition to physical meetings again once Covid has been mitigated. Prior to Covid, luncheon meetings were usually held at the Capital City Club, 7 John Portman Blvd., Atlanta, GA from 11:30am to 1:30pm and we hope to resume this in-person schedule in 2021. The Registrar is specifically required at all of the meetings to fulfill the role of the position. Board Meetings are held approximately 4 - 6 times a year and the Registrar is encouraged to attend as a non-voting observer. The Board meetings are held via zoom or following a regular in-person Luncheon meeting. Specific duties and procedures for the position are available upon notice of interest in the position.

Interested persons may contact the ACIR Director of Human Resources at asemere@atlantacir.org.

About the Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR)

The Atlanta Council on International Relations is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to inform the public on subjects meaningful to individuals and beneficial to the community living in an interconnected world; to stimulate interest in and knowledge of international relations, world affairs, and foreign policies that affect the community and its economic, social, and intellectual well-being and security; to promote understanding of international affairs through a broad dialogue on those subjects. It achieves these purposes through public discussion groups, forums, panels, lectures, and other similar programs.

director of membership services

  • Are you interested in helping grow the membership of Atlanta’s premier international organization?
  • Are you interested in connecting with individuals and organizations to promote ACIR within the greater Atlanta International Community?
  • Is sharing knowledge about an organization you are passionate about along-side other seasoned international experts your thing?
  • Would you like to build your resume and hone your business development skills while serving a great Atlanta international organization?
  • Would serving on the Board of Directors of a non-profit international organization help further your goals?

Then ACIR would like to talk to you!

We have a Director of Membership Services position which provides a Board of Directors seat – with a two-year commitment – that could be just right for you!

As the ACIR Director of Membership Services you will utilize your Business Development skills while engaging and networking with International Professionals, Ambassador’s, Consuls General, Government Officials, and International Subject Matter Experts. If you are a retired professional, these interactions afford you the opportunity to stay engaged in a community interested in the world around us. If you are a current working professional, they can help you build your career or transition into an international career. And if you are a student, they can assist you in grounding your studies in real world applications. Would you like to head the Membership Services efforts of the premier international non-profit in Atlanta? If so, keep reading.

The Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) is the oldest International affairs organization in Atlanta, GA. Created as the Atlanta Chapter of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1954, ACIR is now an independent Atlanta International organization and is seeking a Director of Membership Services to head our efforts in building membership and relationships for the organization.

As the ACIR Director of Membership Services and Member of the Board of Directors, you will interact with and get to know both members and non-members, and ensure that the organization’s membership needs are met.

Whether you are a retiree with a passion for helping grow Atlanta’s dynamic international scene, a mid-career professional looking to transition or further your career by moving your Development career into the International arena, or a student looking to build your resume and put your knowledge to work in the real world, ACIR is interested in talking to you now about this exciting opportunity.

ACIR typically holds 20 meetings a year, currently via zoom. Prior to Covid, meetings were held at the Capital City Club, 7 John Portman Blvd., Atlanta, GA from 11:30am to 1:30pm. We hope to resume this in-person schedule in 2021. While the Director of Membership Services is not specifically required at all of the meetings, interest and engagement in the organization by all Directors is welcomed and preferred. Board Meetings are held approximately 4 - 6 times a year and attendance is required for the majority of Board Meetings. Specific duties and procedures are available upon notice of interest in the position.

Interested persons should contact Almaz Semere at asemere@atlantacir.orga


About the Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR)

The Atlanta Council on International Relations is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to inform the public on subjects meaningful to individuals and beneficial to the community living in an interconnected world; to stimulate interest in and knowledge of international relations, world affairs, and foreign policies that affect the community and its economic, social, and intellectual well-being and security; to promote understanding of international affairs through a broad dialogue on those subjects. It achieves these purposes through public discussion groups, forums, panels, lectures, and other similar programs.





Chief financial officer

  • Are you interested in being the CFO for Atlanta’s premier international organization?
  • Are you interested in connecting with individuals and organizations to promote ACIR within the greater Atlanta International Community?
  • Is the idea of using your financial acumen in an organization you are passionate about along-side other seasoned international experts your thing?
  • Would you like to build your resume and hone your accounting and financial skills while serving a great Atlanta international organization?
  • Would serving on the Board of Directors of a non-profit international organization help further your goals?

Then ACIR would like to talk to you!

We have a Chief Financial Officer position which provides a Board of Directors seat – with a two-year volunteer commitment – that could be just right for you!

As the ACIR Chief Financial Officer you will utilize your Accounting skills while engaging and networking with International Professionals, Ambassador’s, Consuls General, Government Officials, and International Subject Matter Experts. If you are a retired professional, these interactions afford you the opportunity to stay engaged in a community interested in the world around us, if you are a current working professional they can help you build your career or transition into an international career, and if you are a student they can assist you in grounding your studies in real world applications. Would you like to sit on the Board as the Chief Financial Officer of the premier international non-profit in Atlanta? If so, keep reading.

The Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) is the oldest International affairs organization in Atlanta, GA. Created as the Atlanta Chapter of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1954, ACIR is now an independent Atlanta International organization and is seeking a Director of Membership Services to head our efforts in building membership and relationships for the organization.

As the ACIR Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Board of Directors, you will interact with and get to know both members and non-members, and ensure that the organization’s membership needs are met.

Whether you are a retiree with a passion for helping grow Atlanta’s dynamic international scene, a mid-career professional looking to transition or further yourself by moving your Accounting and Financial career into the International arena, or a student looking to build your resume and put your knowledge to work in the real world, ACIR is interested in talking to you now about this exciting opportunity.

ACIR typically holds 20 meetings a year, currently via zoom. Prior to covid meetings were held at the Capital City Club, 7 John Portman Blvd., Atlanta, GA from 11:30am to 1:30pm and we hope to resume this in-person schedule in 2021. While the Chief Financial Officer is not specifically required at all of the meetings, interest and engagement in the organization by all Directors is welcomed and preferred. Board Meetings are held approximately 4 - 6 times a year and attendance is required for the majority of Board Meetings. Specific duties and procedures are available upon notice of interest in the position.

Interested persons may contact Director of Human Resources, Almaz Semere, at asemere@atlantacir.org.

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