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United Way of Northern Utah is a great place to work!

Join our team and help us build strong, vibrant communities in Northern Utah. We offer competitive salaries and wages, a generous benefits package, a team-oriented work environment, flexible schedules, and a culture that combines meaningful work with a cooperative atmosphere.


  • This is an AmeriCorps service position. AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • The Marketing Manager is responsible for supporting the Director of Resource Development & Marketing (DDM) in developing and implementing expert strategies and communications that result in the increased awareness and growth of United Way of Northern Utah. Some of the key roles of the Marketing Manager will be to assist in implementing and tracking marketing and advertising strategies, working with staff, organization-wide to develop effective communications and promotional materials, executing successful and intentional events that enhance the local brand and to assist in the creation of effective campaign communications that raise funds and awareness within the resource development department. This is a part-time position (up to 30 hours per week).

  • United Way of Northern Utah is investing in the role of Community School Coordinator to support community school efforts in the Northern Utah community. The overall goal of this position is ensuring that students’ basic needs (food, housing, physical and mental health) are met so that students can increase their overall proficiency in math and reading, get on track to graduate from high school, and move on to be successful in post-secondary education and a solid career.

  • The AmeriCorps VISTA Affinity Groups Coordinator will support the resource development staff to cultivate cooperative, productive relationships with United Way’s mission focused donor groups. He/she will help develop the systems to ensure the mission of United Way of Northern Utah is reflected in the groups’ activities.

  • The AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate program offers individuals the opportunity to become engaged in a community through an existing AmeriCorps VISTA project for 8, 9, or 10 weeks during the summer starting in May and ending no later than early September.

  • The AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate program offers individuals the opportunity to become engaged in a community through an existing AmeriCorps VISTA project for 8, 9, or 10 weeks during the summer starting in May and ending no later than early September.

  • The AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate program offers individuals the opportunity to become engaged in a community through an existing AmeriCorps VISTA project for 8, 9, or 10 weeks during the summer starting in May and ending no later than early September.

  • Learn with Playgroup empowers families to support early childhood development through play-based learning, socialization, and positive behavior modeling. The curriculum includes creating a greater understanding of healthy lifestyle choices, family safety, child development, and improved school-readiness. Playgroups aim to enhance parent-child relationships, increase parents’ confidence, build social supports, to better prepare children for Kindergarten. Parents and children of isolated and vulnerable groups who participate in playgroups experience a “soft entry” to supports offered in the community.


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