Available employment opportunities
Updated January 25, 2022
Updated January 25, 2022
Ideal candidates will have work experiences that align with the position’s requirements. Bachelor’s degree preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Strong communication, public speaking, relationship-building, computer skills, and fundraising/sales experience.
Download the job description – 21-Manager of Donor Relations
Interested candidates should email their resume to email@example.com by February 11, 2022.
Ideal candidates will have work experiences that align with the position’s requirements. Undergraduate experience preferred. Candidates must reside in Choctaw, Clarke or Washington County.
Download the job description – 21-United Way Manager Regional Development
Interested candidates should email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 11, 2022
Ideal candidates will have work experiences that align with the position’s requirements. undergraduate experience in business, marketing, design, or communications preferred. For more information, download the job description below.
Download the job description – 21-United Way Marketing Communications Loaned Executive
United Way of Southwest Alabama is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
United Way of Southwest Alabama (UWSWA) hires qualified personnel based upon the individual’s skills, ability, experience and achievements. All employment decisions, including but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, layoff or recall are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, veteran status, or other covered characteristics in accordance with applicable Federal Laws. Any incident that an applicant or employee believes involves discrimination or harassment should be brought to the immediate attention of the Chief Professional Officer or the chair of the UWSWA Human Resources Committee.
United Way of Southwest Alabama Diversity Policy
United Way of Southwest Alabama (UWSWA) recognizes and appreciates the unique contributions of diverse individuals and organizations in all aspects of our work. We know that by bringing diverse individuals and viewpoints together and by centering the needs of community members, we can collectively and more effectively support opportunities for a better life for all.
The United Way of Southwest Alabama recognizes and acknowledges the centrality of racism, enslavement, and exploitation to our regional history. We fully acknowledge the detrimental effects of all types of discrimination including that related to race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, age, sex, national origin or ancestry, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and status as a qualified disabled or handicapped individual. We publicly and wholeheartedly denounce all notions of supremacy and will constantly seek unity in every area of the organization.
UWSWA takes the broadest possible view of diversity, going beyond visible differences, to affirm the spirit of all individuals, including the realities, background, experiences, skills, and perspectives that make each person who they are. Engaging the power of diverse talent and partners results in innovative solutions necessary to address complex issues. We understand that these practices will not happen organically, so we will make every effort to be intentional, relentless, and steadfast in assuring that we are equitable and inclusive in our staff, board and community decision making. We acknowledge that embodying this stance requires a willingness to listen with humility, to reflect with courage, and to abandon some traditional ways of knowing, relating, and organizing that impact people negatively.
Diversity and inclusion are at the core of what it means to LIVE UNITED.
*Updated April 2021