Employment Opportunities



Financial Stability Coordinator

United Way of Story County is seeking a full-time employee to manage the development, implementation, and evaluation of a shared agenda in the focus area of financial stability  Major areas of responsibilities include Women United program implementation, outcomes management, fiscal oversight, grant writing and grant management, volunteer recruitment and support and fundraising support. Additional areas of responsibilities include a focus related to efforts leading to improved financial stability of individuals and families living in Story County, i.e. work-force development efforts: childcare, college access, job training/placement and/or other skill development services. 

Bachelor’s degree required and three to five years of successful program management experience, including budgeting, in a nonprofit organization or related field or comparable combination of education and experience. Knowledge of human service issues and community relations. 

United Way of Story County provides single health and dental plans, life insurance, retirement plan after one year of employment, holidays, vacation and personal leave. In addition, there is an Infant at Work policy that allows a parent with infant six months and younger to come to work. 

United Way is committed to hiring a diverse workforce and promotes a working environment that is racially, ethnically, linguistically, and culturally diverse. Seeking an individual that believes in creating and supporting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion within the organizational culture and in our community. 

Please electronically submit the following: cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references by noon on April 29, 2022 to unitedway@uwstory.org. Contact 515-268-5142 if you experience issues with your submission.