Career Opportunities

AmeriCorps (Volunteer Infrastructure Program) VIP Fellow, Community Engagement

AmeriCorps VIP Fellows carry out 1700 hours of community service by developing volunteer programmatic infrastructure. The United Way AmeriCorps VIP Fellow will increase the number of high-value volunteers providing needed services to nonprofit and educational organizations that serve children, youth and families. Additionally, the VIP Fellow will build capacity within the United Way’s volunteer program to provide the support, skills and resources volunteers need to be successful. VIP Fellows work as a part of a team to coordinate volunteer programs and to coach and support a cadre of high-value volunteers. The VIP Fellows’ primary role is developing the United Way’s capacity to recruit, manage and recognize volunteers. VIP Fellows spend time in the community building partnerships and forging lasting relationships. This position is a valuable opportunity to develop and apply leadership and community organizing skills to make a lasting difference in the lives of children, youth, their families, and the local community. View full description.

Community Relationship Manager

The Community Relationship Manager, as a member of the Resource Development Department, is charged with creating, executing, and supporting community engagement activities as well as raising revenue to support the mission of United Way Monterey County and all the organization’s programs. This position is responsible for ensuring volunteer programs and events are executed with excellence by providing a superior experience for all involved, growing relationships and increasing the number of top UWMC partner volunteers from year to year. This position is also primarily responsible for raising charitable funds through the workplace giving campaign, sponsorships, and individual donors. This includes maintaining accurate data related to fundraising and communicating with the public about United Way Monterey County programs, volunteer projects, initiatives, grant-making and overall role in the community. The Community Relationship Manager is also expected to participate in special events and projects, take a leadership role(s) as assigned, and support the Vice President of Resource Development in all fundraising and volunteer engagement activities. View full description.

Grant Manager

The Grants Manager will be responsible for managing an active grants calendar and writing, reporting, and researching grants from foundations, corporations, and government funders. Additionally, the Grants Manager will assist in preparing a number of supporting documents for grant proposals, such as cover letter, budget, budget narrative, project plans, program evaluation, etc. This position will require close collaboration with the Community Impact team and will ensure resources for United Way priorities are met or exceeded. View full description.

AmeriCorps, Preschool Service Corps Member

The Preschool Service Corps Member (PSC Member) provides direct service in a preschool classroom to assigned preschool children. The PSC member takes direction from the classroom teacher to provide high-quality interaction with assigned children who are not yet at age level in language and literacy measures. She/he will be responsible for providing planned activities that are engaging, active, and hands-on; document all activities, child progress, and outcomes. View full description.

Partner Opportunities

Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL)-Case Manager/Housing Specialist

Position at a non-profit Center for Independent Living to provide direct services that promote the independent living philosophy of consumer control, equal access and equal opportunity for people with disabilities. The individual in this position will provide Independent Living and Rapid Rehousing Services. View full description.

Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL)-Accounting Administrative Assistant
The front desk Accounting Administrative Assistant performs routine accounting and administrative work in answering telephones, greeting the public, providing customer assistance, data processing and record-keeping. View full description.

Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL)-Information, Referral and Assistance Specialist (IRA)
The Information, Referral and Assistance Specialist provides enhanced information referral and assistance services for in-person and telephone requests from individuals, community organizations and agencies; Requires familiarity with various government benefit and non-profit programs for persons with disabilities, older adults, and caregivers. Conduct effective assessment of individual needs and aid with long-term services and supports (LTSS). View full description.