United Way of Will County Career Opportunities
THE ORGANIZATION United Way of Will County (UWWC) is bringing together powerful partnerships to build lasting, social change in our community. Our workplace is fast-paced and friendly, small and mighty, progressive and transformative. At UWWC we believe in celebrating success, learning from the past, and setting ambitious goals. Our work in Will County not only identifies local issues impacting Will County residents, we take it further to seek solutions, convene partners and invest resources that will create social change to last for years to come. We offer competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits package including, medical, dental, vision, and a 403b, a generous PTO schedule, including a hybrid work environment. If you like what you hear AND have the passion to make a difference in Will County, keep reading and send your resume in today!
Coordinated Entry System Coordinator
This position will be responsible for the continued implementation and evaluation of the Will County Continuum of Care’s Coordinated Entry System (CES). The CES Coordinator will be responsible for creating the By Name List (BNL) using the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and following the Prioritization Policy for filling program openings. Daily this position will manage the BNL making referrals to program openings and helping identify individuals who should be referred for navigation or case management. This position will work closely with agencies participating in the Will County CoC’s CES and will engage in technical assistance and ongoing training with staff from partner agencies. This position will be responsible for facilitation of work groups and meetings regarding CES and for creating reports used to evaluate the CES.
The Operations Administrator role is a dynamic and pivotal position within UWWC, responsible for ensuring the seamless functioning of our office environment while also overseeing essential human resources functions. This role entails coordinating daily office operations, streamlining processes, and maintaining a productive work environment. Additionally, the incumbent will play a crucial role in managing various HR activities, including recruitment, onboarding, employee relations, performance management, and compliance with employment laws and policies. The ideal candidate will possess a keen attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and a deep understanding of HR best practices, all of which will contribute to the overall efficiency and success of UWWC. This is a full-time, salaried position, requires occasional early morning, evening, and weekend events, and reports directly to the President & CEO.
The Finance Director is responsible for maintaining UWWC’s financial transparency and accountability through the preparation and monitoring of all financial information presented to our Donors, The President & CEO, the Board of Directors, United Way Worldwide and the Community. This full-time, exempt/salaried position reports directly to the President & CEO advising in all matters of financial responsibility, while exercising authority as a representative of the organization on all fiduciary matters.
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Interested candidates can apply by submitting a resume and cover letter, including salary requirements, to email@example.com.
United Way of Will County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.