Employment Opportunities

Join Our Team

Thank you for your interest in working with United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County. We are committed to fostering an inclusive, meaningful work environment for staff and volunteers. Current opportunities are listed below. 

 

Title: 211 Assistant Manager

FT/PT: Full-time

Salary and Benefits: $40,500 to $45,000 annually plus additional compensation for on-call schedule and full benefits, including paid vacation, sick and personal leave; employer contributions to 401(k), contributions to health, dental, and vision insurance benefits, life,  disability insurance, self-care fund, and coaching and support

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To apply: Visit ZipRecruiter

Deadline to apply: 8/19/22

Position Responsibilities: This position is responsible for providing operational support to NC211 Asheville Center as well as providing information and referral services to 211 callers. More details are located in the job description linked above.

 

Title: 211 Bilingual Community Resource Specialist

FT/PT: Part-time

Salary and Benefits: $19.08/hour plus paid vacation, sick, and bereavement leave; employer contributions to 401(k), and coaching and support.

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To apply: Visit ZipRecruiter

Deadline to apply: 8/19/22

Position Responsibilities: This position is responsible for providing information and referral services via phone in accordance with AIRS (Alliance of Information and Referral Systems) Service Delivery standards. More details are located in the job description linked above. 


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Our Guiding Principles

How we show up in our community is just as important as what we do. That's why we're so excited to have these newly formed Guiding Principles that will serve as both an outward-facing promise and an inward-facing set of standards for all board, staff, and volunteers. If you want to join our team, be sure that these are principles you can stand by:

Equity at the Center

Recognize and challenge the dominant culture narratives, norms, and power structures that prevent all people from belonging and thriving

Courageous Leadership

Live out our Vision, Mission, and Guiding Principles with empathy and compassion, even when difficult or unpopular

Collective Wisdom

Ensure that our work is guided by community expertise, including the lived experience of people most impacted by poverty and injustice

Embracing Change

Continuously learn, innovate, and evolve to confront emerging challenges and opportunities

Accountability Driven

Earn community trust through dependability, transparency, and a commitment to achieving results

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