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United Way of the Coastal Empire is an equal opportunity employer.  We are proud to employ individuals from diverse backgrounds who are committed to building a stronger community and improving lives.

We offer excellent benefits, including health, dental, 403b, holidays, and paid vacation. Pre-employment background checks required.

Director, Community Investments

Summary: The Director of Community Investments contributes to the achievement of United Way’s mission by supporting the organization’s community impact agenda.

Reports to: Vice President of Community Investments

Responsibilities:

  • Supports a high functioning Community Investments department; provides direct
    supervision, as needed; contributes to the development of the department’s annual work plan and aligns activities and tasks, accordingly; administers e-C lmpact’M grant management software system
  • Contributes to the design and facilitation of the annual process through which United Way invests resources in programs and services
  • Assists in educating the community about United Way’s purpose and value, including the
    development of content to promote United Way’s community impact agenda
  • Volunteers and actively participates in United Way projects, special events, cross-functional teams or workgroups that support the entire organization
  • Engages nonprofit partners, and community, public sector and corporate leaders to build capacity and resources to support United Way’s community impact work
  • Supports Community Investment Volunteers for United Way’s annual program investment process
  • Supports leadership volunteers of the Community Investments Committee- a standing
    committee of the United Way Board of Directors -to oversee United Way’s community
    impact agenda; facilitates one-to-one, small group and full committee meetings and
    represents committee at Board meetings, as needed
  • Represents United Way in community meetings, boards, coalitions, and forums as needed
  • Performs other activities and duties, as assigned

Requirements:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree and 3 years related experience in nonprofit sector (preferably human services or related field)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office® suite; experience with grant management software preferred
  • Strong relationship management skills
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Experience with grant management to include: outcome measurement/program evaluation and human services planning; ability to analyze, summarize, and use quantitative and
    qualitative data
  • Experience working with and supporting volunteers
  • Experience working with and supporting community collaborations

Program Coordinator (Part-Time)

Purpose: The purpose of this position is to provide excellent program coordination, help clients referred to our agency complete the intake process and provide information and referral, provide administrative support to the area director and help build excellent relationships with community constituents through volunteer recruitment.

Reports to: Area Director, Bryan County

Responsibilities:

  • Answer incoming calls and respond to voice messages
  • Process purchase orders and check requests
  • Assist individuals in need to complete the intake application and collect the required documentation; ensure all steps of the intake process is completed
  • Monitor and request all supplies and materials for the office and staff
  • Maintain various tracking spreadsheets for programmatic measures and outcomes
  • Track and maintain Campaign contribution spreadsheets
  • Ensure both offices have updated information regarding community resources and events
  • Greet guests, build rapport and support individuals by phone or in person
  • Understand the services funded by United Way and other community resources
  • Refer clients to community resources that best fit their individual needs
  • Document and report monthly call and walk-in referrals
  • Conduct initial client intake
  • Recruit and support volunteers for events
  • Document and maintain clear record of volunteer service hours
  • Attend UWCE events when possible, staff meetings and advisory board meetings
  • Help organize, set up and attend the annual Bryan County Kick-Off event and community outreach events
  • Conduct community presentations regarding UWCE and its programs

Requirements:

  • Minimum 2 years in a customer-focused position required
  • High School diploma or equivalent required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Social Service experience preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Office 360 required
  • Proficiency in Google suite of tools preferred, social media experience preferred
  • Values that align with the mission of United Way of the Coastal Empire
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