Southwest Connector Trail

Bicyclists ride the Southwest Connector Trail at the grand opening ceremony.
Photo Credit: Kwadwo Atta

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The Atlanta BeltLine

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Job Opportunities

Be a Part of our Team!

Management of the Atlanta BeltLine project is a highly collaborative and integrated process. Be a part of the internationally-recognized endeavor that is rapidly changing the landscape of Atlanta and the surrounding region.

Below are positions currently open with the Atlanta BeltLine.

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Affordable Housing FellowThe Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Policy and Development Fellow is a position designed to provide clerical, administrative, technical and general support to ABI staff. This professional will directly support the Manager of Housing Policy and Development. In this capacity, the Fellow will work very closely with ABI’s Staff and will receive direction to ensure objectives are achieved and deadlines are met. This role involves frequent interaction with various levels of internal and external contacts, assistance with projects, and continuous improvement of ABI’s systems. Please download full details at the link to the left.
Art and Design FellowThe Arts Program Fellowship is a position designed to provide clerical, administrative, technical and general support to the ABI staff. This professional will directly support the Director of Design, his/her direct reports and the project managers. In this capacity, this individual will work very closely with ABI’s Staff and will receive direction to ensure objectives are achieved and deadlines are met. This role involves frequent interaction with various levels of internal and external contacts, assistance with projects, installation and maintenance of artwork, and continuous improvement of ABI’s core administrative and operating systems. Please download full details at the link to the left.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Committee VolunteersArt on the Atlanta BeltLine is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve on the steering committee for the annual temporary public art project. The exhibition, now in its fifth year, is the largest outdoor art exhibition in the southeastern United States. We are seeking talented individuals and/or companies who can lend their time, skills, creativity and expertise to continue to bring bigger and better art for our city. If you want to be a part of Atlanta’s most transformative, exciting project, please download and read through our descriptions to the left to discover the best fit for you.
Communications and Media Relations DirectorAtlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) is seeking a Director Of Communications and Media Relations. The Atlanta BeltLine has a robust, content-centric, multi-channel communications strategy and plan in place that is managed in seamless collaboration with the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, the non-profit that raises private sector capital to support the development of the Atlanta BeltLine – and works with ABI to raise the project’s visibility and to address issues such as affordable housing, health and economic development. Strategic management of this communications strategy includes managing media relations, direct digital communications, brand management, print publications, social media and online presence; issues and crisis management including communication with media, neighborhood organizations, businesses, faith-based organizations, and key stakeholders. Click the link to the left to download the full job description. Resumes are due by August 22, 2014 to jobs@atlbeltline.org.
Economic Development FellowThe Atlanta BeltLine Economic Development Fellow is a position designed to provide clerical, administrative, technical and general support to ABI staff. This professional will directly support the Director of Economic Development. In this capacity, the Fellow will work very closely with ABI's staff and will receive direction to ensure objectives are achieved and deadlines are met. This role involves frequent interaction with various levels of internal and external contacts, such as business in the Atlanta BeltLine plan area, state and federal data sources, Atlanta city government leadership, Invest Atlanta, and the commercial and industrial real estate community. Please download full details at the link to the left.
Government Affairs FellowThe Atlanta BeltLine Government Affairs Fellow is a position designed to provide clerical, administrative, technical and general support to ABI staff. This professional will directly support the Director of Government Affairs and will receive direction to ensure objectives are achieved and deadlines are met. This role involves frequent interaction with various levels of ABI Staff and external contacts, assistance with projects, and continuous improvement of ABI’s systems. Please download full details at the link to the left.
Atlanta BeltLine Overview

The Atlanta BeltLine is the most comprehensive revitalization effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment and mobility projects currently underway in the United States. This sustainable project is providing a network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit by re-using 22-miles of historic railroad corridors circling downtown and connecting 45 neighborhoods directly to each other. Learn more

Meet the ABI Team

The Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. staff is an experienced and determined team tasked with the implementation of the Atlanta BeltLine vision. Working closely with the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, the City of Atlanta, and Partner organizations, the staff at ABI oversees all aspects of planning, developing, and execution of the Atlanta BeltLine project. Learn more