careers

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

Please email your resume and cover letter to resume@uwmidlands.org with the position applied for in the subject line.

211 Program assistant

The Assistant Vice President (AVP), Programs is a critical member of the Community Investment and Programs leadership team, reporting directly to the SVP, Community Investment and Programs. The position is responsible for the successful daily operations of UWM’s direct service/program work, including the 211 Contact Center, Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Nebraska, and the Court Referral and Community Service Program (CRCSP), working in conjunction with program managers, directors and senior directors. The incumbent will be experienced with new program start-up and implementation, while maintaining a growth mindset to generate new ideas and pursue opportunities to serve additional clients in the community. 

Senior accountant

The Senior Accountant is responsible for the daily accounting functions and monthly close process of the United Way of the Midlands.

Community Resource Specialist I

The Community Resource Specialist I is responsible to respond to individuals in need of assistance through multiple channels of communication.

JAG Substitute Teacher

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 in 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 Specialists work closely with schoolteachers and supervisors to provide support and coordination for students must represent the organization’s values at all times and must be well versed in building relationships with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

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.