Join Our Team

United Way of Greater Toledo consists of a team of non-profit professionals compassionate about improving the lives for the communities we serve.



Health Insurance, Dental Insurance and Employer HSA contribution


Short-term and Long-term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, 403B Plan with company match.

And more

Competitive PTO Package, Direct Community Involvement Opportunities, Employee Assistance Program, Professional Development opportunities.

Current Job Opportunities

211 Community Resource Advisor

211 Community Resource Advisors provide information and referral services by phone and electronically to the public and community professionals and ensure the accuracy and completeness of the 211 database. Pay: $15/hour.


Bilingual Crisis Worker

Provides information, referral services, and crisis intervention services by phone and electronically to the public and community professionals 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Pay: $15.75/hour.


Coordinated Entry Specialist

Provides screening, diversion and intake services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness as part of a Coordinated Entry (CE) system in Lucas County, Ohio. Assesses inquirer’s needs, obtains and documents information, and connects inquirer to community resources. Provides oversight and leadership to staff and volunteers.  Responsible for direct and supportive service delivery, quality assurance, development, and training. Pay: $16.50/hour.


Data Liaison

The Data Liaison has primary responsibility for the capture, management, and reporting of data relative to Community Investment Funding. This position serves as a liaison between community initiatives and programs and supports CAR & CI staff, volunteers, and funded partners. The position also provides data, training, and technical assistance to increase the impact of community investments, and ensures alignment with the LIVE UNITED 2020 Goals. Click here to apply.


Systems Analyst I

The Systems Analyst I will assist in, validating, assessing, servicing and analyzing organization and community data systems to assist UWGT and partnering agencies with advanced systems analytics and other data products. This position will help maintain data collection and system analysis while also completing system and data migrations as needed. Data will be extracted from operationally based systems and requires a strong understanding of querying data for items such as mapping, budgets, performance, evaluation, population identifiers, test scores, health rankings and other dimensions of program performance. The Systems Analyst I will need at least intermediate subject matter knowledge of systems analytic methods and data architecture for the completion of complex assignments. This role requires creativity and the ability to self-start/self-motivate. Click here to apply.