Campaign & Donor Relations Manager: United Way of Gaston County
Reporting to the President, the Campaign and Donor Relations Manager’s primary responsibility is implementing fundraising processes to create growth in dollars raised to invest in initiatives and programs to improve community conditions under Education, Financial Stability and Health in Gaston County.
Director of Human Resources & Equity: United Way of Forsyth County
The Director of Human Resources and Equity is responsible for building organizational health and performance through exceptional human resource administration, leading an inclusive organizational culture, a commitment to equity, and efficient operations. This position is accountable for performance management administration, compensation, benefits, talent planning, recruitment practices, and professional development programs. The Director also ensures equity is embedded into UWFC’s culture and systems and that the culture of our organization continues to evolve and support the delivery of our vital mission. This Director is a strategic thought partner to the senior leadership team.
Director of Development: United Way of Greater Greensboro
Development Manager is responsible for developing, implementing and analyzing fundraising processes that create growth in dollars raised to invest in solutions to reduce generational poverty in Greensboro NC. The Development Manager will be assigned a portfolio of accounts totaling approximately to enhance relationships, cultivate and grow. The position is measured based on outcomes that lead to greater awareness about the work of United Way, donor engagement and increased contributions. The Development Manager will collaborate with colleagues, donors, and volunteers to support community impact.
NC 211 Bi-Lingual Community Resource Specialist: United Way of North Carolina
This position is part of a team of Community Resource Specialists that successfully deliver 24/7/365 information and referral services to the more than 150,000 callers who contact NC 211 each year.