Career Opportunities

Our Culture

United Way of Southern Nevada is an equal opportunity employer. We value the mix of talents, skill sets and private sector and nonprofit experience that each of our employees brings to United Way. As we seek to grow our organization, it is extremely important that we attract and retain a diverse group of highly talented staff. Be a part of defining the future of United Way, and help us fill the current open positions listed below.

Manager, Corporate Relations

The Manager, Corporate Relations raises support for and advances United Way’s mission of improving lives by sustaining and growing relationships which lead to optimized employee giving campaigns, corporate gifts and sponsorship revenue, both through engaging individuals as well as companies.  The position objectives are to maximize giving growth through a concerted effort to establish and grow meaningful relationships with company leadership, key influencers, stakeholders and priority donors in order to retain our current donor base and develop new business and new donor relationships.  This position will be responsible for creating and executing the short- and long-term account plans for each organization to realize substantial revenue growth.

Program Specialist

The Program Specialist collaborates with staff to implement, and report on project outcomes. The Program Specialist will have to work with existing projects to execute the following:  understanding/managing all grant requirements, building and maintaining partner relationships for specific programs, working with staff to prepare grant reports, tracking and monitoring all programmatic progress, and communicating all progress to internal staff, community, and external partners. 

Senior Director, Major Gifts

The Senior Director, Major Gifts raises support for and advances United Way’s mission of improving lives by identifying, creating, growing and sustaining relationships which lead to leadership level and major gifts, both through engaging individuals as well as developing donor communities (United Way’s leadership giving societies and affinity groups).  The Senior Director plans and manages the cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of major gift donors including Leadership Society ($1,000+ annually) and Tocqueville Society ($10,000+ annually) and prospects in workplace and non-workplace sectors.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to