Entries by Megan McCue

Westmoreland and Fayette Development Director (Greensburg)

TThe Westmoreland and Fayette Development Director will lead the annual workplace and community fundraising campaign for United Way of Southwestern PA (UWSWPA) in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. The Director is charged with growing and strengthening relationships with a portfolio of CEOS and Employee Engagement Champions at local and regionally based companies and organizations and leading the Donor Relations Team (three members) to raise funds to support the work of United Way. Based in the Greensburg office, the director will also support and/or manage accounts as part of the UWSWPA campaign efforts with teams in the Pittsburgh and Butler offices. The Director will work closely with individual donors of all levels. These relationships are meant to inspire greater and more consistent involvement with United Way and result in increasing generosity of time, influence, and money. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience; 3-5 years of related management experience and 3+ years of experience with human service organization.

Community Impact Manager, Meeting Basic Needs (Pittsburgh Office)

The Community Impact Manager, Meeting Basic Needs will work in strategic and creative partnership with Community Impact leadership (including PA 211 Southwest) to manage a dynamic portfolio of grants, issues and community-focused initiatives, with a special emphasis on United Way’s Meeting Basic Needs portfolio. The Manager will play a critical role in building community partnerships to create meaningful community change and work collaboratively to achieve United Way of SWPA goals. The Manager will also provide end-to-end grant management, from discovery of community need, to selection of funded partners, and reporting of results. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with at least five years working in human services or related field required; master’s degree and experience writing grants, proposals, applications and reports preferred.

211 Data and Technology Assistant (Pittsburgh Office)

Similar to 9-1-1, 211 is a nationally recognized, easy to remember phone number that quickly and effectively connects people in need with resources. In the case of 211, the connections are to human services and community resources tailored to meet caller needs. The 211 Data and Technology Assistant will focus on the technology side of the 211 system: managing the Workforce Management System (assisting the 211 Contact Center with staffing), managing the three regional websites and automated reporting, as well as assisting the database team with any RTM (information & referral/client tracking software) issues or serving as a backup when it comes to resource updates or on-call issues. The position will start as temporary, with the goal of becoming a regular, full-time position. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with relevant experience required.

Processing Specialist I (Pittsburgh Office)

The Processing Specialist I will collaborate with the donor relations team and corporate partners to build and manage successful workplace campaigns and client relationships. They will manage a portfolio that will include local and national workplace campaign accounts and will be responsible for the timely and accurate management of overall online pledging set-up, processing of pledges, and customer support. This requires strong computer aptitude with the ability to easily learn new programs, databases, and procedures in an ever-changing and fast-paced environment. The Processing Specialist I will understand and adhere to the organizations data management policy and procedures and will assist with data clean-up projects. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Computer Science or related fields, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.