United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
The Community Impact Manager, Moving Toward Financial Stability will assist the United Way of Southwestern PA (UWSWPA) in meeting the goal of helping individuals and families create a path towards a financially secure future. Working in strategic and creative partnership with the Moving to Financial Stability Director and Community Impact Leadership (including PA 211 Southwest), the Manager will have oversight of a diverse portfolio of granted agencies and issues and community-focused initiatives to achieve measurable success within the investment priority of Moving Toward Financial Stability. The Manager will also play a critical role in building community partnerships and work collaboratively across all United Way departments to create meaningful community change. They will also provide end-to-end grant management, from discovery of community need to selection of funded partners and reporting outcomes.
A Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, public administration, social work or related field and five (5) years working in a human services or related field is required. A Master’s degree and experience in grant writing is preferred. An equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered in lieu of education.
Pay Grade – 107
Salary Range – $54,000 – $63,600