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Careers At United Way

United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut values people and recognizes the strength in their diversity. To that end, United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut seeks to ensure that its policies and practices which guide and direct its employment practices as well as recruitment of volunteers does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, marital status, familial status, national origin, ancestry, sex, mental retardation, mental disability, learning disability, lawful sources of income, sexual orientation or physical disability, including but not limited to, blindness or deafness, or any other protected class not identified herein.

United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut is fully committed to assuring equal opportunity and equal consideration to all qualified applicants and employees in personnel matters including recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, salaries, and other compensation, as well to volunteers in recruitment and placement opportunities. If no job opportunities are listed below, please feel free to explore volunteer opportunities.

Application Information

Qualified applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter describing:
1) their qualifications and experiences;
2) salary requirements; and,
3) how they learned about the position to:

United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
Human Resources
30 Laurel Street
Hartford, CT 06106

Email: positions@unitedwayinc.org. No phone calls please.

United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut is an equal opportunity employer M / F / D / V.

Current Openings with Job Descriptions


For consideration please submit your resume with a cover letter:

    Development Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing technical expertise on the organization’s Customer Relationship Management System (CRM), research and data analytics, quality assurance and other administrative duties to support United Way’s annual fundraising. This position will also help support strategies aimed at increasing resources raised to support organizational goals.

    Building Services Coordinator will be responsible for providing general support including grounds keeping, light maintenance, general office, courier services and meeting room preparations.

    Grant Manager will be responsible for contributing to the organizational goal for increasing grant resources, by proactively seeking grant opportunities, writing persuasive and successful proposals, managing all facets of grant application processes, monitoring funding report requirements, and maintaining records. This position will also support coordination efforts for implementation of grant awards and post-award compliance.

    Director, Economic Mobility Initiatives will mobilize resources and provide leadership for initiatives, collaboratives, projects, and program investments that ensure increased economic mobility for individuals and families. A significant focus of this role is to scale and lead initiatives to help adults obtain and retain jobs that offer family sustaining wages and career advancement; and to ensure families increase their financial capability to achieve short and long-term goals.

    Human Resources and Payables Coordinator is responsible for applying the principles of human resources/payroll and finance to support gathering of financial information of United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, analysis, preparation, interpretation, and data/process integrity.

    New Business Development Coordinator will serve as the first voice of engagement for new workplaces that are philanthropically oriented, located within our 52-town footprint, and aligned with our organization’s new business development prospecting model.

    Partnership Manager for the state employee campaign, will be responsible for the strategic development, planning and execution of a successful annual giving campaign that provides employees an opportunity to give to qualified nonprofit organizations.