HOW TO APPLY
To apply for a position with UNCF, visit the job listings page.
UNCF’s 23 local offices, serving all of the U.S., help students, alumni and supporters connect with resources, events and initiatives in their communities.
UNCF HEADQUARTERS, WASHINGTON, DC OPENINGS
Job Title: Senior Relationship Manager – Washington, DC
Description: The Senior Relationship Manager is responsible for the administration of a designated scholarship program that is within the Scholarships and Programs Division.
Job Title: Relationship Manager, College Success Coach – Washington, DC
Description: The primary responsibility of the College Success Coach (CSC) is to provide direct support to students by linking them to campus-based and other resources that are necessary to ensure academic and personal success.
Job Title: Relationship Manager, Student Professional Development Programs – Washington, DC
Description: The Relationship Manager (RM) position is both internal and external facing and will assist in developing processes and systems to support the successful implementation of the suite of programs and conferences within the department.
Job Title: Program Coordinator, Student Professional Development Programs – Washington, DC
Description: The Program Coordinator will assist the Director in the implementation of a successful student experience within programs such as the UNCF Chevron Scholar Program and other Student Professional Development Programs.
Job Title: Senior Vice President, Research and Member Engagement – Washington, DC
Description: The SVP provides dynamic vision, direction, and specific expertise in implementing strategies to develop and fund UNCF’s education, research, and technical assistance programs.
Job Title: Director of Grants Management – Washington, DC
Description: The Director of Grants Management collaborates across teams in all aspects of grant budget planning, management, compliance, and reporting.
Job Title: Senior Grants Accountant – Washington, DC
Description: The Senior Grants Accountant assumes responsibility for post award grant accounting thus ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timely receipt of revenue, accurate & timely submission of financial reports, and orderly closure of projects.
Job Title: Budget Analyst – Washington, DC
Description: The Budget Analyst assumes responsibility for pre-and post-award budget & other data maintenance. Ensures the information the Senior Grant Accountants need to track and report on – such as grant report due dates, cost transfers, allocations, process risk points, etc., are identified & logged consistently.
Job Title: Recruiter – Washington, DC
Description: Recruiters will be primarily responsible for assisting UNCF with recruiting strategy, selection process and fulfilling the staffing needs of the organization on a temporary basis
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL
UNCF provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status or any characteristic protected by federal, state and local laws. UNCF complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion and termination.
“I work for UNCF because the organization makes a difference in the lives of thousands of students by providing educational funding, internship opportunities and support for UNCF-member institutions.”Mary Williams, Director of Outreach and Recruitment, Washington, DC