Jobs Board

JULY 2021

NC 211 Operations Manager: United Way of North Carolina 

The Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the statewide 211 system with focus on team building, quality assurance, regulatory and contract compliance, attainment of budgetary and operational goals, and overall service level performance and monitoring utilizing the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems standards. Provide for all staff a strong day-to-day leadership presence and support an open-door policy among all staff and contractors.

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Resource Development Director: United Way of Pitt County

The position will organize and manage the United Way annual individual and workplace campaign accounts to maximize giving and increase participation by cultivating strong relationships with, motivating, and training volunteers in assigned divisions and accounts. The position will assist the Executive Director and Development Committee in generating new and increased contributions in the area of Leadership Giving, focusing on commitments of $1,000 and above with special attention on gifts of $10,000 and above.

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Campaign Associate: United Way of Forsyth County 

A Campaign Associate is a temporary full-time paid position working with United Way of Forsyth County Resource Development team during peak campaign season. Associates will provide support to Director of Donor Relations and Resource Development team by managing, organizing, implementing, and completing assigned workplace campaigns across Forsyth County. This includes but is not limited to data entry, public speaking, soliciting employee and corporate donations, delivering materials, working with partner agencies, and other duties as assigned.

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Housing Stability Assessment and Data Coordinator: United Way of Forsyth County

This position is a key role in the WSFC Continuum of Care’s Community Intake Center (CIC).  The CIC was developed on the premise of making data informed prioritizations for people seeking access to homeless programs including prevention services and supportive housing.  The Housing Stability Data Coordinator will play a critical role in making sure that the necessary data for prioritization is collected and entered into the HMIS system to be used for prioritized access to supportive housing programs.

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Director of Impact Programs: United Way of Forsyth County

Provide leadership, accountability, and structure to all aspects of major gift project development. Create and achieve measurable outcomes of a common goal through coordination of community partners, with donor engagement and stewardship being a key fact.

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Grants Administration Manager: United Way of Forsyth County

Responsible for grants financial management, program tracking, reporting and oversight, and other special projects.  To be successful in this position the candidate must be detail-oriented, able to track a multitude of information at one time and organized.  The candidate must be able to work within a team environment.  The candidate will understand and work diligently to ensure the organization is in compliance with all city, state, and federal regulations based on the funding source.  The Grant Management Specialist is responsible for the fiscal management of around 15 grants with $2.5 million in revenue.  The number of grants and amount will fluctuate over time.  The position requires the candidate to complete an array of administrative tasks such as copying, filing, and data entry, and to maintain strong communication of status/progress to stakeholders in organization. 

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JUNE 2021 

CEO: United Way of Greater Greensboro 

United Way of Greater Greensboro is affiliated with one of the largest and most successful nonprofits in the world: United Way Worldwide. The CEO position is the brand ambassador and champion of United Way of Greater Greensboro in the community, which includes connecting with stakeholders and leveraging the power of relationships and networks across all community sectors to improve outcomes linked to generational poverty. The ideal candidate will have 15-plus years of total experience with at least some coming from the nonprofit space. Prior time spent in a nonprofit that focuses on poverty is preferred.

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Marketing and Communications Manager: United Way of Greater Greensboro

United Way of Greater Greensboro is looking for its next creative, innovative, and solution-oriented Marketing and Communications Manager to help promote United Way’s efforts to end local poverty. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, writing, social media management, and event management examples to Michael Cottingham, Vice President, Marketing and Communications at: michael.cottingham@unitedwaygso.org. Job closing date: July 15, 2021. Qualified candidates will be asked to complete a formal application and provide references.

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