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Senior Director, Community Impact

Department: Community Investment Team
Reports to: Senior Vice President, Community Impact
Classification: Management
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
The Senior Director, Community Impact will be responsible for leading our relationship building and partnership development in the Silicon Valley to expand and deepen programs. In addition, the Senior Director will support and provide leadership to the UWBA team located in our San Jose office.

What you’ll do:
Ensure the Community Impact Team (CIT) is meeting impact goals through the following:
• Participate in programmatic/impact and organizational strategic planning
• Participate in CIT manager and department meetings
• Lead the regional expansion of our youth workforce programming in collaboration with the Equity Team (internal staff)
• Participate in Silicon Valley collaboratives as the UWBA programmatic representative
• Further develop our Integrated Services Delivery grantmaking and model expansion in Santa Clara County; explore opportunities for beyond Silicon Valley as needed
• Lead the expansion of our two-generation approach in the Silicon Valley in collaboration with the Equity Team (internal staff)
• Cultivate relationships with local elected officials and government agencies to identify ways to work together on UWBA programs and initiatives
• Generally, advocate and champion United Way’s work in the Silicon Valley and the 8-county region

Support and Lead San Jose Office Staff
• Be the organizational leader/presence in our United Way San Jose office
• Act as a liaison between San Jose office staff and organizational leadership to better connect the staff in both offices
• Create a supportive and effective team culture

Corporate Partnership Development
• Support the Silicon Valley Impact and Growth Council
• Support Development staff in building relationships with our corporate partners
• Write and develop fundraising proposals and reports to corporate partners

Who you are:
• Proven ability to manage projects
• Content knowledge of issues facing working families and people living in poverty here in the Bay Area
• Excellent attention to detail in all tasks
• Ability to work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines
• Ability to fulfill responsibilities with minimal supervision and work successfully on a team
• Experience working with diverse populations; knowledge of guidelines to successfully work in a culturally sensitive environment
• Experience with community building and working in collaborative partnerships with other organizations, agencies, institutions, and entities
• Experience working with corporations to achieve community impact
• Demonstrated supervisory, leadership, coaching, and mentoring skills
• Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task
• Demonstrated ability to support/lead collaborative projects – both with internal staff and community based coalitions
• Grant writing and fund development experience for public or nonprofit agencies
• Excellent proficiency in operating computers and various Windows-based software applications (MS Word, Microsoft Office Suite, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Salesforce Proficiency highly desirable
• Six or more years of related professional work experience in a non-profit or human service

Salary: $80,000.00 – 90,000.00 Salary Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

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Individual Engagement Officer, Affinity Groups

Department: Development
Reports to: Vice President Development, Individual Giving
Classification: Union Professional
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
United Way Bay Area seeks a talented and motivated fundraiser to support our mission. The United Way Bay Area Affinity Groups are a critical part of our engagement of individual donors. With a focus on millennials and professional women, the successful candidate will act as the catalyst that enables individual donors opportunities to engage and help strengthen our community to help lift people out of poverty. Serving as a key member of the development department, the Individual Engagement Officer, Affinity Groups will collaborate with marketing and programs to grow our membership towards a new strategic plan including digital strategies, volunteerism and advocacy covering all 8 Bay Area counties.
The individual Engagement Officer, Affinity Groups works under the direction of Vice-President, Development, Individual Giving and in conjunction with volunteer donor network leadership for affinity groups: Emerging Leaders and Women United. The position is they key relationship and events manager who develops, implements and refines strategic plans and related goals for increased growth and retention of donor network members. Researches and implements strategies to identify, cultivate, enlist and steward individual donors. Develops additional sponsorships and in-kind resources to support events and activities designed to achieve goals for Women United and Emerging Leaders. Maintain accurate donor records, as well as creates revenue projection and forecasting documents and status and membership reports.

What you’ll do:
• Annual Workplace Recruitment/Retention/Engagement of Individual Donors
• Develop and deliver results-driven strategic framework to attract and retain donors and volunteers and promote year-round communication and engagement of individuals – focusing on Women United ($1,000+) and Emerging Leaders ($250+) donors.
• Build cohesive relationships with Development Officers to execute best practisce and implement annual giving strategies.
• Work with Development Officers and employee campaign coordinators to promote participation and giving within the workplace through identified best practices.
• Strategize, plan and execute individual recruitment and engagement events focused on Women United and Emerging Leaders.
• Donor Relationship Manager
• Identify, qualify, cultivate and steward donors and prospective donors with the goal of soliciting and closing gifts from individuals in support of organizational priorities
• Build and manage a portfolio of prospects and donors.
• Develops, manages, implements and oversees all activity related to donor networks, including various related committee meetings.
• Supports donor network events.
• Actively engage donors and prospects through engagement opportunities/events and volunteer opportunities. Provide appropriate follow-up to move relationships forward.
• Participate in annual portfolio review process and establish measurable goals and objectives to meet organization goals in conjunction with Vice-President, Development, Individual Giving.
• Maintain solid understanding of United Way programs and initiatives.
• Account Management
• Develop and deliver results-driven strategic framework to increase annual giving revenue, attract and retain donors and volunteers and promote year-round communication and engagement.
• Maintains accurate records; tracks and reports revenue.
• Acknowledge donors using a variety of communications methods. Writes and prepares content for online communications (newsletters and other updates) for donor networks.
• Build cohesive relationship with Development Officers to share data and implement best practices with campaign volunteers to promote participation in our giving societies.
• Assist with other projects and needs as assigned.

Who you are:
• Minimum of three years of nonprofit fundraising experience or equivalent.
• Strategic thinking and analysis
• Proven volunteer management
• Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to inspire external and internal audiences
• Creative event development and management
• Results oriented
• Strong organization and prioritization skills
• Strong communications skills, including writing, presentation, public speaking and listening.
• Constant focus on working ahead, anticipation of issues and needs before they are needed. Planning for contingencies.
• Familiar with computer technology and Microsoft software applications including Outlook, Work, PowerPoint, and Excel. Understands, uses and maintains accurate records within donor database.
• Knowledge of SalesForce CRM helpful. Familiar with Email marketing solutions.
• Attention to detail
• Ability to maintain confidential information
• Ability to attend evening and weekend events and activities as required
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university

Salary: $55,000.00 – 65,000.00 Salary Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

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Research Analyst

Department: Community Investment Team
Reports to: Director Data and Evaluation
Classification: Union Support
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
The Research Analyst is an excellent opportunity to contribute to meaningful and lasting change for youth, adults, and families in the Bay Area. We are seeking an individual with strong research and analytical skills who is excellent at presenting findings and recommendations in way that is easy for audiences to understand. Knowledge of the local nonprofit and educational landscape and exceptional analytical skills is a plus. As a member of UWBA’s Equity team, this individual will support research and evaluation for UWBA’s youth workforce programming, SparkPoint Initiative, Two-Generation programming, and adult workforce and higher education programming.
Successful candidates will have a background in data, research, and evaluation, as well as experience in both qualitative and quantitative analysis. Successful candidates will also be skilled at writing and presenting reports.

This is a full-time, 37.5 hour per week support union position.

What you’ll do:

Research
• Conduct research on current poverty trends, research, and evaluations of new, proven and tested program models
• Review recent research/articles on successful poverty strategies and share learnings with team
• Conduct and summarize latest research on economic, workforce, youth workforce, education, and other poverty-reduction best/current practices, services, and programs (i.e. latest research on credit scores, career pathways, community schools)
• Conduct research on the nonprofit and philanthropic fields (i.e. performance-based funding models, grant making strategies)
• Attend forums and events that discuss latest research on poverty
• Represent UWBA in coalitions and partnerships with community-based organizations, businesses, labor leaders, and elected and appointed officials

Content Development
• Create briefs and write ups on local and national poverty trends/research to share with the team, organization, and UWBA leadership team.
• Develop compelling content for needs and challenges in the Bay Area to share with potential funders
• Work cross-functionally with other departments to share and refine findings with external audiences
• Write reports sharing evaluation findings

Program Evaluation & Analysis
• Conduct analyses on program data
• Conduct qualitative analysis and evaluation including interviews, focus groups, coding, and visualizing results
• Conduct quantitative analysis and visualization including a strong background in excel. Use of other reporting tools and statistical methods preferred (Tableau, Einstein Analytics, Salesforce reporting, STATA, R)
• Support internal evaluation including analyzing current data sets, and providing recommendations in reports and presentations
• Support external evaluations including working with consultants and pro-bono agencies to coordinate evaluation plan, assist in collecting data, and providing context to UWBA work.

Data Management
• Support the management of program data for Equity Team programs
• Support migration efforts from old case management software to new case management software
• Provide training and support to UWBA partners with use of database and applying recommendations.
• Create training materials for data and evaluation
• Work closely with Program Analyst and Director, Data and Evaluation to support the Equity team in data, evaluation, and research efforts and goals.

Other Responsibilities
• Support grant reporting for Equity Team programs
• Support board book reporting with program updates
• Field inquiries from the Equity team and other departments for ad hoc research and statistics
• Other duties as assigned

Who you are:
• 3-5 years of related professional experience in nonprofit programing, research, evaluation, or other related fields.
• Statistical and analytical research experience preferred
• Excellent writing skills, with the ability to make complex concepts easy to understand, while keeping content relevant and compelling.
• Excellent project management and organizational skills.
• Ability to communicate and work effectively and diplomatically with nonprofit, community, labor professionals and leaders as well as corporate executives in all settings
• Self-motivated, detail oriented, and excellent proofreading skills
• Ability to work collaboratively and maintain positive work relationships with staff, volunteers and persons contacted in the course of work.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), database and CRM software (Salesforce, Efforts to Outcomes, FairSale, Exponent Case Management), or other online resources and applications.
• Experience in systems and case management software is a plus.
• Flexibility and mobility to travel to off-site locations within or outside San Francisco as needed.
• Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required.

Salary: $54,000.00 – 58,000.00 Salary Non-Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

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Vice President Development, Individual Giving

Department: Development
Reports to: Chief Development Officer
Classification: Management
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
UWBA is seeking a Vice President of Development, Individual Giving, to lead its major gifts and individual giving program. The Vice President will work with our Leadership Team to raise UWBA resources, visibility, and relevance in the diverse and vibrant communities we serve within eight San Francisco Bay Area counties.

As the successful candidate, you will be part of a dynamic team focused on raising over $34 million per year. UWBA currently partners with corporate, foundation, individual and governmental funders to address the community’s most pressing needs and drives sustainable results. It is our goal to increase the number of new individual UWBA donors as well as deepen the relationships we have with current donors and constituents. We strive to do this through traditional channels and in new, innovative ways.

The Vice President of Development, Individual Giving manages the individual giving, stewardship and major individual accounts of the development team. S/he works collaboratively and creatively to lead staff and volunteers in planning, coordinating and executing donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities. These activities include, but are not limited to: Staffing the development committee, managing a portfolio of major donors, overseeing the development and implementation of events and fundraising collateral that support the individual giving program, integrating the individual donor work in support of and in complement to the work of the workplace campaigns that yield over 50,000 donors per year, and supporting initiatives that target programs of highest priority for the United Way.

What you’ll do:
• Direct major giving strategies in tandem with the Board, CDO, CEO and COO
• Manage a team of individual giving and stewardship staff
• Develop cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies to support gift club activities including, but not limited to, Tocqueville Society, Emerging Leaders, Women United and Legacy Circle throughout the year
• Create new strategies for stewarding donor constituencies such as retirees, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and others
• Partner with Marketing department on development of collateral materials
Direct and create major giving events plan, inclusive of stewardship and cultivation events
• Participate on cross functional teams and be a member of the Development management team.
Invest time and focus in developing, designing and implementing strategies for utilizing our CRM, Salesforce, for managing donor research, event attendance, communications, etc.
• Act as a department Salesforce champion, driving adoption and accountability across the Development department
• Consult with other United Way major markets on best practices in individual giving
Manage volunteer committees (board and non-board) as assigned by CDO

Who you are:
• 5-7 years of philanthropic experience within a non-profit organization or relationship management experience within the corporate sector including a demonstrated track record of success in the
areas of staff management, project management, budget analysis and goal setting, and revenue generation.
• Experience working with a portfolio of high capacity individuals and developing strategic solicitation strategies for donors of $10,000 or more annually.
• Experience in producing large and small events.
• Experience with design and execution of marketing materials.
• Experience managing, recruiting and training professional development staff.
• Advanced knowledge of fundraising strategies.
• Demonstrated success in collaborating both across organizations and within a department.
• Computer skills commensurate with responsibilities (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, CRM systems).
Previous Salesforce experience in a non-profit environment is a plus.
• Bachelor degree or equivalent experience required.

Core Attributes:
• Excited about and engaged in inspiring others on the power of philanthropy.
• Excellent storytelling skills.
• Ability to rethink past fundraising practices and introduce new opportunities and strategies.
• Values aligned with UWBA, Respect, Integrity, Accountability, Compassion, Collaboration, and Continuous Improvement.

Salary: $110,000.00 – 130,000.00  Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

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Labor Liaison

Department: Community Impact Team
Reports to: Vice President, Public Policy
Classification: Professional Union
Closing: Open Until Filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits,
and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over
90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely
positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of
poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided
by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging
initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and
better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

United Way and the labor movement have enjoyed a beneficial and long-lasting partnership that has
engaged hundreds of thousands of working people–union members and non- members alike–in programs
that benefit communities across the country, and assisted millions of workers in their time of need.
In recent years, the AFL-CIO and the United Way have undergone organizational changes that have led to
an increased focus on developing sustainable solutions to the problems facing working families and
communities around the country and creating programs that bring diverse organizations together to
advance the common good and address the root causes of social and economic inequality. The United
Way and the labor movement share a common vision of prosperous, inclusive, diverse and safe
communities where every member of the community has access to a quality public education, fair wages,
productive work opportunities, and accessible, affordable, quality healthcare.

The Opportunity:
The AFL-CIO Labor Liaison supports all functions of United Way and AFL-CIO partnership and the mutual
interests of both organizations by:
-Bridging United Way and Labor communities;
-Fostering strong relationships with labor unions to advance mutual impact goals and ensure successful
United Way campaigns;
-Identifying opportunities for the United Way and labor to collaborate on jointly developed programs that
benefit local communities;
-Building strategic partnerships with community allies and implementing jointly developed programs
around the issues of income, education and health;

The AFL-CIO Labor Liaison is an employee of United Way Bay Area subject to UWBA’s employment and
workplace policies. This position is
based in Martinez at Contra Costa AFL-CIO Labor Council.

What you’ll do:
Relationship-Building, Community Engagement and Community Impact
-Conduct a program of community services for union members, their families, and others in the community
as identified/agreed in the jointly developed annual work plan (including but not limited to information &
referral, food pantries and hardship funds).
-Work with United Way Community Impact (CI) staff and Central Labor Council leaders to determine
where CI goals align with the goals of the local labor movement, and develop plans for increasing labor
participation to achieve those goals.
-Connect union members to essential services and refer members to UWBA programs including 211,
SparkPoint, Earn It! Keep It! Save It! etc.
-Develop effective relationships with AFL-CIO Central Labor Council leaders and local unions in the
jurisdiction covered by United Way.
-Collaborate with CLC community engagement staff to build capacity of the CLC to sustain effective
relationships with community-based organizations that work in impact areas of mutual interest to the UW
and CLC.
-Develop labor and community-based coalitions and partnerships and oversee efforts that highlight
working family and social justice issues that are of mutual interest to the UW and CLC, give voice to
disempowered residents in communities and tackle the root causes of social and economic inequality.
-Develop community mapping tools to identify strategic community partners, analyze existing relationships
and identify opportunities to build relationships with key community allies.
-Identify opportunities to build and foster a strong partnership between the Labor Council and the United
Way.
-Represent labor across United Way’s departments including community impact, resource development,
communications, marketing and other areas, and develop strategies to clearly demonstrate the value of
the labor partnership with United Way.
-Organize community service opportunities that are aligned with the UW’s and labor’s mutual impact goals,
and recruit volunteers to ensure successful events.
-Participate and assist in organizing Labor Council events that are of mutual benefit.
Fundraising
-Assist in UWBA workplace giving campaigns, where appropriate and possible, by coordinating with
United Way Development staff.
-Develop and support joint Labor-Management campaigns by analyzing data and developing strategies
based on evaluation of previous results and additional research.
-Develop and implement effective engagement and stewardship strategies for accounts to clearly
demonstrate the value of the partnership with United Way.
-Develop labor (unions, CLCs, and members) participation recognition programs and materials.
-Provide best practice examples of corporate, employee, individual and/or special event fundraising
approaches.
-Develop plans to engage unionized employees within UW corporate partners for better campaigns.
-Develop comprehensive fundraising plans that engage unions and employers to ensure successful
workplace giving campaigns.

Volunteer Recruitment and Training
-Develop and implement volunteer recruitment strategies that enable UW and the labor movement to
achieve Community Impact goals of mutual interest.
-Develop and conduct trainings for union members, community partners and United Way staff.
-Create and deliver a variety of training curricula to develop union members’ leadership skills, including
non-profit board training, advocacy for the common good, and other programs as needed.

Administrative Functions
-Develop, in consultation, with the CLC an annual work plan based on the national AFL-CIO-United Way
Model Joint Work Plan; Participate
in United Way meetings, including local United Way staff meetings, and conferences.
-Attend CLC and Regional Labor Council meetings, including staff meetings as appropriate.
-Make quarterly reports to the CLC and United Way.
-Participate in education and training programs, conferences and conventions of the AFL-CIO, Labor
Council and United Way on topics of mutual interest.

Who You Are:
Labor: Demonstrated experience in the labor movement including mobilizing, volunteer recruitment and
training, and leadership development. Strong understanding of AFL-CIO organizational structures and
complex dynamics of local labor movements.

United Way: Demonstrated experience within the United Way system or the equivalent.
Community Organizing and Coalition Building: Demonstrated experience working with a broad array of
organizations on issues of social and economic justice, building unity among diverse groups and
facilitating meetings.

Planning and Execution: Ability to develop and execute work plans, training, fundraising, community
engagement and coalition-building. Assess progress on plans and adjust as needed to ensure successful
outcomes.

Manage Relationships: Ability to effectively develop, grow and sustain productive internal and external
relationships and partnerships. Strong problem-solving skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to
assess and analyze complex political situations and respond appropriately. Utilize interpersonal skills and
political astuteness to engage as a member of multiple teams.

Self-Management: Ability to manage time effectively, prioritize work, and balance multiple projects
simultaneously. Strong organizational skills. Ability to work effectively under pressure and meet deadlines.
Seeks to continuously improve interpersonal and professional skills.

Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking and
delivering presentations. Understands and uses empathy, compassion, and active listening. Is fully
present and aware of subtleties to better understand what is important to constituents and how to connect
and engage them with United Way and labor communities.

Utilize and Acquire Knowledge: Is forward thinking, focused on what is possible, and seeks new tools and
knowledge as needed. Is able to use technology and is innovative and creative in its application.
Achieve Results: Is personally accountable and responsible for the results they achieve. Is organized and
able to adapt quickly to changing environments, be a strategic, creative, innovative thinker and
appropriately persistent. Is able to make decisions and willing to take risks when appropriate to achieve
results and meet goals.

Strategic Planning: Understands the big picture and aligns priorities with broader goals, measures
outcomes, uses feedback to redirect as needed, evaluates alternatives, solutions oriented, seeks
alternatives and broad input; can evaluate and provide input on complex issues.

Innovation/Creativity: Shares a deep commitment to the UW and labor’s mission. Promotes and values a
climate that values and rewards innovation and creativity. Acknowledges and champions the efforts of
others to “think outside the box.” Maintains knowledge of current and emerging trends that affect United
Way, the labor movement and the non-profit sector. Demonstrates ability to analyze information and
translate into specific, effective action/solutions.

Flexibility: Able to work long hours on occasion, including nights and weekends during peak times or “all
hands-on deck” moments.

Additional Qualifications:
-Must be computer literate and familiar with desktop and database tools.
-Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.
-Union member or potential member preferred.
-Spanish language skills preferred.

Salary: $62,000 to $72,000 Salary Exempt

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be
met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to
finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this
job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and
gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran
status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any
other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified
applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair
Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply
for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for
documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

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Business Pathway Intern

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER INTERNSHIP?
Apply for the Business Pathway Sumer Internship Program!
The Business Pathway Internship Program is an amazing opportunity for youth 16-24 to work with companies from various industries in San Francisco. The internship program will provide support with building a resume, enhancing your career, and strengthening your professional network.

OVERVIEW:
Companies from various industries will provide internships for youth between the ages of 16-24. Internships will be 8 weeks long from June – August 2018. This is an exciting opportunity for you to build your resume, enhance your career, and strengthen your network!

INTERNSHIP DATES:
June 18th-August 10th, 2018 (8 weeks)
20 hours per week

DEADLINE TO APPLY:
April 20th, 2018

As an intern, you will:
• Gain valuable work experience with top corporate employers
• Develop a workplace project
• Attend weekly professional development workshops
• Connect and collaborate with other San Francisco youth
• Build new professional skills

Who you are:
• 16 – 24 years old
• Located in the Bay Area from June to August
• Highly organized
• Detail-oriented
• Eligible to work in the U.S. for any employer

Salary: $15.00 Hourly, Non-Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

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For more information contact Elise Washington:  ewashington@uwba.org  |  415-808-4221

Youth Workforce Specialist

Department: Equity Team
Reports to: Director, K12
Classification: Union Support
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview: 

The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families.  With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

 

The Opportunity:

The Youth Workforce Specialist is an excellent opportunity to contribute to meaningful and lasting change for youth in the Bay Area. We are seeking an individual with strong facilitation, relationship-building, and project management skills. Knowledge of the local nonprofit and educational landscape and exceptional analytical skills is a plus. As a member of UWBA’s Equity team, this individual will position clients for success by working with youth-serving organizations to develop, deliver, and assess effective programming on an ongoing basis.

Successful candidates will have experience with youth workforce programs and/or collaborations involving the private and public sectors; have excellent written, verbal, public speaking, and other communication skills; have a commitment to social change and helping move people out of poverty; have experience in program design and implementation, collecting and analyzing data to inform program performance; and have facility with basic office software as well as database systems.

This is a full-time, 37.5 hour per week support union position.

What you’ll do:

  • Manage the performance of grantee partners serving young people through our youth workforce and family stability initiatives, offering support and technical assistance as necessary. This includes leading regional workshops and training, maintaining and developing new partnerships with school districts and workforce organizations, and working with direct service staff to aid in the implementation of new and existing locations.
  • Develop, coordinate and/or support the delivery of workforce services to youth and young adults. Services focus on fostering awareness and understanding of careers that lead to self-sustaining wages, connecting individuals to employment or work experience, increasing financial literacy, and accessing mentorship and networking opportunities.
  • Work closely with the K12 Specialist and K12 Director to develop the implementation of internship programs including Business Pathways, an 8-week internship program through UWBA corporate partners with professional development seminars.
  • Provide training and support to UWBA corporate and community partners to successfully develop and implement youth workforce programming including internships, fellowships, technical training programs, etc.
  • Represent UWBA in coalitions and partnerships with community-based organizations, businesses, labor leaders, and elected and appointed officials
  • Conduct, or share research on youth workforce and education best/current practices, services, programs
  • Work closely with leadership and other departments to support fundraising, events, communication, individual engagement efforts, volunteerism, and grant reporting
  • Other tasks, duties and special projects as assigned.

 

Who you are:

  • 3-5 years of related professional experience in community-based organizations, youth workforce programs, educational institutions, grantmaking organizations, or other related agencies.
  • Ability to communicate and work effectively and diplomatically with nonprofit, community, labor professionals and leaders as well as corporate executives in all settings
  • Dedicated to learning, researching, and advocating for new practices to better support effective program design and implementation
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills.  Rapid, thorough, and accurate implementation of specific projects and tasks required.  Meets deadlines and completes tasks with a high degree of accuracy and dependability.
  • Self-motivated, detail oriented, and excellent proofreading skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively and maintain positive work relationships with staff, volunteers, and persons contacted in the course of work.
  • Team player, flexible and able to work with humor and grace under pressure.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), database and CRM software (Salesforce, ETO), or other online resources and applications.
  • Access to a car, valid California Driver’s License with car insurance and a clean driving record are conditions of initial and continued employment. Flexibility and mobility to travel to off-site locations within or outside of San Francisco as needed.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required.

 

Salary: $50,000 – $54,000 Salary Exempt

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.
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Resource Specialist (211)

Department: 211
Reports to: Vice President, Program Operations
Classification: Non-Exempt Union Support
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
The primary function of the Resource Specialist is to develop and administer the processes for strengthening and maintaining the iCarol database by working closely with CBO partners to add and maintain programs via targeted outreach and vetting of existing records. The Resource Specialist will work with the 211 Team to identify gaps and needs in available resources and will independently coordinate targeted external outreach. These efforts will increase caller satisfaction due to the increase in resources and accurate data available to call specialists, and will assist with grant, program and organization goals. This position is based in the San Jose office.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop and maintain the resources in our two iCarol databases through formal verifications and daily updates and/or maintenance
  • Assess gaps/needs of the Database, assess programs that need/should be in the database
  • Coordinate and implement technical assistance and training for Agency Partners on database updates and verification process
  • Provide operational oversight of database volunteers
  • Implement program strategies to ensure that database meets all resource standards set by CPUC, AIRS and as directed by the Program Manager
  • Maintain data integrity, protocols, guidelines, and maintenance plans
  • Provide troubleshooting and problem solving support to partners and staff
  • Actively work towards gaining AIRS certification
  • Update referral directories, specialized resource guides, and other materials and assisting in their promotion, distribution and communicating those updates to staff, external partners and other stakeholders
  • Provide customer support to both internal departments and external organizations that may include the development of specialized resource lists, mailing labels, etc.
  • Report for duty in the event of a special project or disaster, in order to assist 211 meet its goal to provide accurate, up-to-date disaster-related information to the community
  • Duties may include recruiting, training and coordinating volunteer participation in delivering 211 services, including taking calls
  • Generate accurate monthly analytical reports for all 6 counties
  • Analyze data for trends and share with 211 Team

Who you are:

  • Knowledge of the scope and activities of public and private health and social service agencies, faith-based organizations and public assistance programs in the Bay Area, statewide and nationally.
  • Experience with data gathering techniques including oral interviews to compile resource information.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot, solve problems and improve systems.
  • Detail oriented with excellent proofreading skills.
  • Strong technical facility with Microsoft Office, databases, and other software systems, Salesforce experience preferred.
  • Ability to attend functions, meetings and activities outside of normal work hours as needed.
  • Must have access to a car, active driver’s license and car insurance

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Public Policy, Public Administration, Business, Communications or related field desirable
  • Two years of work experience in human services such as nonprofit, public administration and/or community research
  • At least one year work experience specifically in Information and Referral is desirable

Salary: $52,000 to $55,000 (Salary Non-Exempt)

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

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Program Associate (Earn It! Keep It! Save It!)

Department: Community Investment Team
Program: Earn It! Keep It! Save It!
Reports to: Director, Earn It! Keep It! Save It!
Classification: Union Support
Closing Date: Open until filled, we will review applications on a rolling basis

Overview:
The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.
As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

The Opportunity:
Earn It! Keep It! Save It! (EKS) is a United Way Bay Area-led program which provides low-income working families with free tax return preparation (VITA) in partnership with the IRS. The program supports United Way’s goal of breaking the cycle of poverty by ensuring families claim valuable tax credits. The EKS Program Associate is a full-time position which contributes to the effective and successful implementation of this 8-county program and provides strategic program support to the regional program and specific counties.

What you’ll do:

EKS/VITA Program Management
• Manage coalitions and provide technical assistance for tax sites in specific counties as assigned
• Certify to the advanced tax preparer level of the IRS VITA program
• Coordinate logistics for tax trainings, tax sites, and external meetings
• Cultivate and maintain partnerships with organizations, programs, businesses, local and national partners which support EKS program goals including, but not limited to, community based organizations, municipal and county agencies, and IRS SPEC

Outreach, Training, and Public Speaking
• Train volunteers, site coordinators, and non-profit partners using training templates
• Create outreach strategies and personally contact new volunteers, partner organizations, local businesses and more
• Provide presentations about EKS as needed
• Cultivate new regional and county level partnerships to expand program’s reach in under-served areas
• Visit sites, give presentations, and conduct outreach in your assigned counties and assist other EKS team members at their counties as needed

Collaborate with the EKS Team
• Provide input and assist EKS Team with program design, implementation, and strategic initiatives as needed
• Work collaboratively with the EKS team to support other components of our program including the savings initiative, curriculum development, story collection, marketing, social media, and other duties as needed
• Serve as the lead associate on specific regional goals
• Research additional funding opportunities; write grant proposals and grant reports, as assigned

Who you are:

• 2-5 years of related volunteer or professional experience, preferably in a non-profit or National Service capacity
• VITA experience highly desired
• Experience working effectively with diverse populations and in a culturally sensitive environment
• Excellent project management and organizational skills
• Passion for volunteerism and community service
• Team player, flexible and able to work with humor and grace under pressure.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint); database and CRM software (Salesforce, ETO); use of online resources and applications.
• Fluency in Spanish a plus
• Access to a car, valid California Driver’s License with car insurance and a clean driving record are conditions of initial and continued employment. Flexibility and mobility to travel to off-site locations within or outside San Francisco as needed.

 

Salary: $45,000 – $50,000 Non-Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.
UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

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Program Specialist, Higher Education

Department: Equity Team
Reports to: Manger, Higher Education
Classification: Union Support
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview: 

The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families.  With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

For more information about UWBA, please visit http://uwba.org.

 

The Opportunity:

The Program Specialist position is an excellent opportunity for a skilled facilitator with strong relationship and project management skills, knowledge of the local nonprofit and educational landscape, and exceptional analytical skills.  As a member of UWBA’s Equity Team, this individual will position clients for success by working with UWBA program initiatives, community based organizations, and higher education institutions to develop, deliver, and assess effective programming on an ongoing basis.

Successful candidates will have experience in working within or overseeing programs and/or complex collaborations, especially with educational institutions; have excellent written, verbal, public speaking, and other communication skills; have a commitment to social change and helping move people out of poverty; have experience in evaluation, collecting program data, providing technical assistance, and/or analyzing data to inform program performance; and have familiarity with basic office software as well as database systems.

 

What you’ll do:

  • Working with the Manager, Higher Education, support the performance of SparkPoint Centers at Community Colleges, offering support and technical assistance as necessary.
  • Lead regional workshops and trainings
  • Maintain and develop new partnerships with higher education school/districts
  • Work with direct service staff to aid in implementation with new and existing locations
  • Develop, coordinate and support the delivery of integrated services to youth and young adults, with a strong focus on services that connect individuals to employment or work experience
  • Build and maintain coalitions and partnerships for the success of strategies
  • Engage in outreach, education, information gathering and connections with community, business, labor leaders, and elected and appointed officials.
  • Conduct or share research on community needs of youth and young adult employment opportunities, best/current practices and services.
  • Work closely with the Equity Team to put on events and coordinate learning opportunities
  •  support administrative duties, and organize regional initiatives.
  • Work closely with leadership and other departments to support fundraising, events, communication,  individual engagement efforts, grant reporting.
  • Act as a primary point of contact and source of information to both SparkPoint Centers and UWBA on mutual activities and projects.
  • Represent UWBA at external meetings.
  • Support efforts to develop and strengthen impact through a number of strategic projects, including regional collaboration efforts, digital efforts, and other tasks, duties and special projects as assigned.

 

Who you are:

  • 3-5 years of related volunteer or professional experience, direct service, work with multiple sectors
  • Some experience fundraising, marketing, youth programs or education.
  • Ability to communicate and work effectively in a variety of settings.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills.
  • Self-motivated, detail oriented, and excellent proofreading skills.

 

This is a full-time, 37.5 hour per week support union position.

Salary: $52,000.00 – 56,000.00 Salary Non-Exempt

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.
Please include salary requirements in cover letter

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Benefits

Eligible employees and dependents (including domestic partners) can enroll in one of three medical plans, as well as dental and vision, as well as a 401(k) plan with automatic employer contribution. We also offer vacation, sick, personal days, and 10 calendar holidays off. Our employees have access to a variety of benefits discounts, among them are Long Term Care Insurance and Pet Insurance. Want to learn more? Apply today!

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William White

Director of Policy and Government Affairs

“Since poverty is such a multi-faceted issue, working here gives me the chance to work on a wide range of issues including access to health care, affordable housing, wages, tax policy, and many more.”

Gezche Graves

Program Manager for Earn It! Keep It! Save It!

“The best part about working for United Way is getting to engage with hundreds of volunteers and partners that are equally passionate about expanding our work in the community.”

Maria Nguyen

Senior Director of Grants and Contracts Compliance

“I chose to work with UWBA primarily because of the wonderful programs the organization provides to the community.”

Dan Aldrich

Development Officer

“I decided to work with a nonprofit because I didn’t want to say I spent my life selling widgets.”

Lynda Tolley

Workplace Engagement Officer

“It truly takes a village to lift others. It’s important to remember where you came from and to honor those that came before you—by giving back you can honor those who have helped you succeed.”

SnackMan

Superhero & Snack Distributer

"The great people at United Way fight poverty, and I fight hunger! Together, we will defeat these hindersome adversaries!"


We put the fun in fundamentally changing lives.

From diversity celebrations to our annual Souptacular cookoff to surprise goodies delivered by our own UWBA superhero Snackman, we create a welcoming and warm work environment where colleagues become friends, and all employees can thrive—from our newest hires to our most seasoned veterans.