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United We Fight, United We Win: Consider a Career with United Way

At United Way of Central Maryland, we have a community of employees who strive to do their best and recognize the value of our mission and the teamwork necessary for success. Working at United Way means making a difference. It means getting involved and having a vested interest in your community. We are seeking committed professionals who want to use their skills and experience to create opportunities for others.

United Way of Central Maryland is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to the principle of diversity and strive to be representative of the community that we serve.

Current Job Openings

Senior Relationship Manager (Harford County)

Description:

United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) has a mission to improve people’s lives by mobilizing the caring power of our communities. Not only do we help people in crisis, we go much deeper. We take aim at the root causes of the toughest problems facing our community. We are looking for a dedicated, motivated fundraising professional to help us in the important human service efforts we conduct across central Maryland. By joining our relationship management team, you will help enhance one of the largest charitable fundraising campaigns in the area by building strong relationships with campaign coordinators and prospective stakeholders. Your fundraising role will entail acting as both an ambassador and advocate for UWCH, which includes relationship management, volunteer recruitment/development and community engagement. You will manage workplace fundraising campaigns by developing and implementing campaign strategies using consultative selling to produce successful outcomes. Your role will involve providing world-class customer service to our campaign coordinators as well as assisting and managing high-level executive volunteers. You will be actively involved in strengthening and improving our fundraising efforts by adding your creative ideas and suggestions in support of our internal team and external customers. This is a challenging and rewarding role as thousands of your neighbors in need will be counting on your success. .

Requirements:

Bachelors degree with a minimum of 4 years related experience with emphasis on demonstrated performance in fundraising, nonprofit administration, volunteer management and special events. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing a portfolio of workplace fundraising campaigns, coordinating special events and volunteer engagement activities, public speaking, data analysis, writing, and community engagement. . Must be able to work independently, possess excellent interpersonal skills, presentation and speaking skills. Must be able to handle multiple priorities, problem solve and maintain a professional demeanor at all times. Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and possess a valid Maryland driver’s license. Successful candidate will live in or be able to easily commute to our Harford County office and be responsible for Harford and portions of Baltimore Counties. Candidate will be required to attend occasional monthly meetings and report in to manager located in our main Montgomery Park Baltimore office.

 

Apply to rob.dubeau@uwcm.org

United Way of Central Maryland Position Announcement

United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) and the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) have formed an exciting partnership to create an integrated client management system that will enhance care coordination, service delivery and outcomes for older adults in Baltimore City. This groundbreaking system which will integrate the 2-1-1 Maryland United Way Helpline (2-1-1) with Maryland Access Point (MAP), will allow the tracking of services to individuals, stem duplication of efforts, support efficient referrals and follow up, and foster interconnections among partner agencies. We are seeking an experienced Project Manager who will shepherd the development and implementation of this innovative public/private venture.

POSITION TITLE: Project Manager – Older Adult Services Hub

SUMMARY:

This position is a unique opportunity for a highly organized and strategic thinker to help build an innovative system for service delivery that could serve as a model for other public/private system partnerships locally and nationally.
This position will directly manage the development and implementation of an older adult services hub over the course of a two-year period. The position will be housed at United Way of Central Maryland but will also work very closely with the Baltimore City Health Department’s Department of Aging. The position will support both the work of the Older Adult Services Hub (Project) Leadership Team and the Project’s Steering Committee.
This job description summarizes the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all required duties, responsibilities and skills. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable disabled individuals to perform the essential functions of the job.

POSITION HOURS and DURATION

  • This is a two-year position, funded through a two-year grant.
  • This position can be structured as a part-time (60%) salaried position or as a consultant position.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design and develop project plans including objectives, strategies, and tactics to meet goals, working in partnership with subject matter experts leading complex cross-functional efforts.
  • Build project plans in a project management tool, maintain up-to-date information, and produce regular reporting for Project Leadership Team, Steering Committee and UWCM senior management.
  • Track progress and drive work to completion in partnership with project leaders, often taking on a leadership role.
  • Work collaboratively with all levels of staff, often under limited direction.
  • Coordinate periodic Project Leadership Team and Steering Committee meetings including meeting preparation, communications and follow-up.
  • Support and monitor other staff/consultants working on project elements (project evaluation, research, data system integration, etc.).
  • In partnership with the 2-1-1 and MAP Directors, develop protocols and policies for the Older Adult Services Hub.
  • Work with MAP to facilitate, monitor and track activities related to Federal Financial Participation (FFP) reimbursement model.

EDUCATION/REQUIREMENTS:

Requirements: 

  • Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree with at least three years of advanced-level project management
    Precise project manager who is solution-oriented, results-oriented, and data driven
  • Strategic thinker and communicator
  • Flexible and adaptable leader, comfortable with managing change and coaching others
  • Relationship builder and collaborator with a servant leader mindset
  • Expert multi-tasker who skillfully manages competing priorities
  • Demonstrated computer skills (proficiency in Microsoft Office with an emphasis in Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)
  • Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication

Additional knowledge/experiences that are a plus:

  • Strong knowledge of / experience working with health care systems
  • Strong knowledge of / experience working with information and referral systems
  • Strong knowledge of challenges facing older adults in Baltimore City
  • Experience working with older adult service provider network in Baltimore City
  • Knowledge of / experience working with data collection software integration
  • Project Management Certification, MBA, and/or MA/MS in Organizational Development or similar field is highly desirable

TO APPLY:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to:

United Way of Central Maryland
Attention: Human Resources
1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 340
Baltimore, MD 21230
Email: hrrecruiting@uwcm.org

 Mentor Coordinator and Data Specialist

Position Title: Mentor Coordinator and Data Specialist
Department: Impact Strategies
Report To: Assistant director, Impact Strategies Programs & Veterans Treatment Docket Coordinator

POSITION SUMMARY:

Recruit, screen, train, supervise, and retain veterans to serve as peer mentors for identified Veterans Treatment Docket participants. Organize peer mentors into a cohesive unit, schedule mentors for docket proceedings and training. Track and manage all data pertaining to the docket and enter information in a timely, accurate manner. Participate in veteran outreach activities and perform any duties as dictated by the Veterans Treatment Docket Judge.  Half of this position is dedicated to mentor coordination and half is dedicated to program data management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Actively seek potential candidates to become mentors for the Veterans Treatment Docket and perform their initial interview.
  2. Review mentor applications for eligibility screening, and when necessary pursue further investigation if applications raise eligibility issues.
  3. Track applicants’ completion of application, contract, interview, orientation, and docket observation prior to applicants participating as mentors.
  4. Notify applicants of approval or disapproval of mentor application.
  5. Schedule mentors for docket proceedings ensuring that a sufficient number of mentors are available at each session.
  6. Assign mentors to court participants based on need, gender, age and cultural awareness, including service branch.
  7. Create, maintain, review and update all court participant folders used by the mentors.
  8. Provide training to mentors on their role in support of the docket and to enhance their skills.
  9. Assist in identifying local veteran specific agencies and services that can help participants.
  10. Collect and maintain all required data pertaining to the docket participants.
  11. Frequently run data statistics to ensure accuracy and consistency.
  12. Responsible for precise and timely submission of quarterly financial and statistical reports to the Office of Problem Solving Courts.

The above list is intended to describe the general nature and level of work of the Mentoring Specialist position. This is not an exhaustive list of duties to be performed by the Mentoring Specialist. Other duties may be assigned by the presiding Veterans Treatment Docket Judge.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsible for the supervision of the mentors assigned as volunteers for the Veterans Treatment Docket.

KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS and ABILITIES

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Veteran applicants preferred, but not required.

  1. Knowledgeable of all military branches of armed forces.
  2. Thoroughly versed in military cultural competency.
  3. Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  4. Ability to work as part of a team and meet projected organizational goals.
  5. Able to effectively manage, instruct, and supervise volunteers.
  6. Knowledgeable about court policies and procedures.
  7. Proficient in word processing, email, and general administrative support software.
  8. Skilled in detailed data entry and data management.
  9. Organized and thorough work ethic.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Continuous sitting, standing, typing; frequent use of email, phone, and other office equipment.

Ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and occasional weekend hours. Personal use of a vehicle is required for meetings and court docket attendance.

COURT EXPECTATIONS of EMPLOYEE

In accomplishing the responsibilities of this position, the Court expects that the employee will adhere to the mission and values of the Court as well as all Court policies and procedures.  In addition, while carrying out the duties of this position, the employee is expected to maintain the highest ethical conduct on and off the job, and exhibit a professional and respectful demeanor with all Court employees.

Qualified applicants who have had prior military service will be required to provide a copy of their DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty.  

TO APPLY:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to:
United Way of Central Maryland
Attention: Human Resources
1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 340
Baltimore, MD 21230
Email: hrrecruiting@uwcm.org