If you are looking for a meaningful career that allows you to use your professional talents to help others in need, you’ve found it. 

United Way of Greater Greensboro is a recognized Best Place to Work and offers a comprehensive and diverse benefit package to meet the individual needs of our employees and their families. Eligible employees and their eligible dependents may enroll in a medical plan option including dental and vision options. We offer retirement savings plans with an automatic employer contribution for all eligible employees. In addition, we offer an employer match to the plan.

We recognize the importance of a good quality of life inside and outside of the office. We offer a generous paid time off package for full time employees including vacation and sick days and 10 calendar holidays. Our employees also enjoy paid time off to volunteer in the community and give back as well as a discounted membership at our local YMCAs. Additional benefits are described in our New Employee Orientation.


Director, Volunteering & Advocacy
UWGG’s Director, Volunteering and Advocacy successfully engages individuals, organizations, and the community at-large to build and achieve organizational outreach and engagement goals.  This position is the UWGG staff lead for Volunteers & Advocacy, and for UWGG Affinity Groups.  This position has a key role in supporting and executing UWGG events.  Click here to access the full job description. Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to:

Director of Development
Development Manager is responsible for developing, implementing and analyzing fundraising processes that create growth in dollars raised to invest in solutions to reduce generational poverty in Greensboro NC.  The Development Manager will be assigned a portfolio of accounts totaling approximately to enhance relationships, cultivate and grow. The position is measured based on outcomes that lead to greater awareness about the work of United Way, donor engagement and increased contributions. The Development Manager will collaborate with colleagues, donors, and volunteers to support community impact. Click here to access the full job description. Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to:

Manager, Monitoring, Evaluation, & Research
The Monitoring, Evaluation & Research (MER) Manager will oversee all monitoring, evaluation & research activities of programs funded by UWGG. This individual will be responsible for designing, implementing, and managing a system of monitoring and evaluation – collecting, verifying, and reporting qualitative and quantitative data on UWGG-funded program activities including progress, impact, learnings, and best practices. Click here to access the full job description. Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to:

Early Literacy Project Coordinator (ELP)
Responsible for designing, planning, coordinating, implementing, monitoring and evaluating services of the Raising A Reader (RAR) program. The ELP Project Coordinator distributes materials, conducts annual trainings, and provides ongoing support to RAR Site staff (RAR Partners) to ensure that all RAR site staff receive thorough instruction on how to administer the program. Click here to access the full job description. Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to:


Plus 1 is a joint effort between United Way of Greater Greensboro and the City of Greensboro that seeks to connect local youth, ages 16 – 24 to summer employment. Interested in applying, or are you an employer looking to list a job? Click here.