Over the past decade, United Way of Southwest Virginia has adjusted our work and shifted our focus from treating symptoms to addressing root causes. We have moved from being recognized as a premier fundraiser and distributor to an organization focused on prevention, which produces a greater return on investment.
In addition to this shift in thinking, we have taken a more regional approach, providing programs and services 21 counties and three cities leveraging our region’s strengths and collective assets. This has allowed us to bring unparalleled existing resources and proven results, combined with existing key relationships, to successfully scale effective and successful region wide initiatives.
These initiatives have received high honors and support from national organizations such as the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In 2017, the organization was an inaugural recipient of the Virginia Governor’s Award for Excellence and Innovation in Education for its achievements in preparing students for the New Virginia Economy.
Today, United Way of Southwest Virginia employees an almost 30 member team with some of the most talented subject matter experts in the region. Outside of our internal team, we involve experts, leaders, practitioners, neighborhoods, community members, and governments. We work across partisan and income divides, leading community conversations and bringing people from all walks of life into the solution conversation. Whether we’re leading a coalition, developing an initiative, driving agencies to common outcomes, or creating collective impact, United Way is a driving force in Southwest Virginia.
But there is more work to do, and we need skilled and talented individuals to join our team. United Way of Southwest Virginia is adding the following positions to our team.
Part-time | Pulaski, VA
United Way of Southwest Virginia (UWSWVA) seeks part-time Childhood Success Coordinators whose main focus will be to deliver the Virginia Quality program in the New River Valley (Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski, and Radford) with opportunities to work in additional early childhood programs throughout UWSWVA’s service area. Virginia Quality is a voluntary program that leads the way for high-quality early education for our youngest Virginians by setting standards for quality and providing a path for continuous quality improvement at child care centers, preschools and family child care homes across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia Quality is part of a grant initiative funded through the Virginia Department of Social Services. The successful candidates must have experience in early childhood care and education and have excellent communication and relationship-building skills. Candidates must be able to work both independently and as a strong team player being UWSWVA mission-focused throughout the region. Application instructions are listed below.
How to Apply
To apply for the positions listed above, please send a resume, cover letter, and completed UWSWVA employment application to email@example.com.