Is it important to you to work on behalf of those in need? Do you want to work for a nonprofit organization with a 100+ year history of creating lasting change? You’ve found the right place!

We’re looking for individuals who want to make a difference in the greater Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area and are committed to ensuring thousands of local kids and families get the services they need to be successful. You can be a part of that change by joining the United Way of the Midlands team. Apply today!

United Way of the Midlands is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Open positions

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Coordinator, Volunteerism and Corporate Relations

The Coordinator, Volunteerism and Corporate Relations is an integral member of the volunteer engagement program at United Way of the Midlands responsible for organizing and implementing projects to serve the volunteer needs of the community. In collaboration with the Manager Volunteerism and Corporate Relations, this role will facilitate the implementation and management of community-wide volunteer events and custom volunteer experiences. The Coordinator will work closely with local nonprofits to identify their volunteer needs and build relationships with corporate partners to help achieve their community impact goals. The Coordinator will establish and grow relationships with local nonprofit agencies and lead their fundraising efforts to support UWM, including the facilitation of United Way campaigns.

Data analyst ii

The United Way of the Midlands is looking for a Data Analyst II, an individual who will coordinate and manage database activities to ensure the performance, operation, and stability of database systems. This includes database administrative duties such as analysis and maintenance of CRM data, creation of statistical reports, and performance of Database Mining Operations (DMO).

JAG Nebraska Career Specialist

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Nebraska is an evidence-based organization that is dedicated to empowering students with the skills and support to achieve success in education, employment, and life. JAG NE Specialists are teachers and educators, advocates for students, and caring adults and mentors. Our Specialists are responsible for guiding our students through project-based learning experiences for mastery of a minimum of 37 competencies each JAG class. Specialists must be successful in fully implementing the JAG Nebraska model with integrity while supporting our students to navigate life and academia successfully, achieving high school graduation early or on time and positive outcomes post-graduation.

JAG Nebraska Program Manager

The Program Manager position is responsible for ensuring program goals are achieved by providing oversight and support to a team of JAG Career Specialists.

JAG Nebraska Regional Manager

The Regional Manager is responsible for ensuring program goals are achieved by providing oversight and support to a team of Program Managers.

JAG Nebraska Program Expansion Manager

The Program Expansion Manager is responsible for expanding JAG Nebraska programming to grow by 38 programs year over year, leading to serving 13,500 students through 300 programs by 2030.

JAG Nebraska Project-Based Learning Curriculum Manager

The Project-Based Learning Curriculum Manager is responsible for JAG Nebraska’s project-based learning curriculum, including assurance of the JAG model, evidence-based practices, and student-led curriculums.

JAG Nebraska Training Manager

The Training Manager position is responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating JAG Nebraska’s staff training programs.

Why work in Omaha?

Ranked as one of the top 10 “Best” small American cities to live in, Omaha is a progressive, family-friendly community that offers rich cultural and entertainment amenities, an entrepreneurial business climate and welcoming neighborhoods. United Way of the Midlands has been a proud member of the Greater Omaha community since 1923, thanks to the support of local donors, volunteers and companies dedicated to making our community a strong one. Learn more about things to do in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro.