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United Way of Greater New Haven - Job Opportunities!

United Way of Greater New Haven has several opportunities to join its team!  Please share widely and help connect us with great people who will have the chance to make a positive difference in our community.     

Community Impact Manager, Financial Stability

Are you a passionate advocate for building equitable economic change in our community? United Way is seeking a Community Impact Manager of Financial Stability who is enthusiastic and organized to coordinate efforts to help households meet their basic needs and move them along a path to financial stability. This person will collaborate with multiple community partner organizations supporting existing initiatives to ensure that progress is made towards meeting regional goals. This role will also have the opportunity to build new community-driven initiatives to improve access to financial stability resources. Click here to learn more.

Community Impact Manager, Knowledge Management 

Are you a “dot-connector” of information, ideas, and people? United Way is seeking a Community Impact Manager who is highly organized to lead projects and help the Community Impact team manage a variety of program initiatives, track data and grant systems, and effectively utilize information and tools to tell our story. This role will collaborate with a wide range of community partner organizations focused on education, financial stability, and health, and will help design new internal systems to help increase our organizational effectiveness. Click here to learn more.

Housing Coordinator, Coordinated Access Network (CAN)

Do you enjoy managing data, organizing information, and facilitating effective communications between community organizations? United Way is seeking a CAN Housing Coordinator who is passionate and organized to coordinate the exit side of the system to end homelessness in our region. This person will facilitate critical meetings, maintain data, and collaborate with multiple partner organizations in the Greater New Haven Coordinated Access Network system, to ensure that progress is continually made towards meeting system goals. Click here to learn more.

Staff Accountant, Finance

Do you find satisfaction in setting up finance processes to make the department and organization work more efficiently? We are seeking a Staff Accountant who will play a critical role in our Finance Team. This role will work with colleagues from all departments and will be an integral part of making our organization function smoothly. This person will be responsible for accounts payable, payroll, journal entries, balance sheets and bank reconciliations. Click here to learn more.

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