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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.

 

NATIONAL OPENINGS

Job Title: Recruiter – Remote
Description: The Recruiter is primarily responsible for implementing UNCF’s recruiting strategy, selection process and fulfilling the staffing needs of the organization. Provides the full life-cycle recruiting process to identify and develop a pipeline of candidates for hiring managers.

Job Title: Gift Officer, Capital Campaign – Multiple Locations
Description: The Gift Officer, Captial Campaign will help manage high-level donors and prospects, collaborating with other Campaign Gift Officers, the UNCF Development Major Gifts team, and Area Office Directors to execute comprehensive gift requests.

Job Title:  Vice President, Chief of Staff
Description: The Chief of Staff (COS) is a mission-critical, senior role that directly reports to and supports the President and CEO. The COS will use strong leadership and problem-solving skills to drive the effective execution of the Office of the President. The COS is responsible for managing stakeholder relationships and performing highly visible projects. The role serves as a trusted advisor and resource, handling confidential assignments and providing other support to the President and Chief Executive Officer.

Job Title: Director, Strategic Finance Initiatives 
Description: The Director, Strategic Finance Initiatives is a critical member of the Institute for Capacity Building team, directly managing all program development, professional development, and advisory support related to strategic finance. The Director will have principal responsibility for delivering professional development in the area of higher education finance to ICB’s partnering institutions.

 

UNCF HEADQUARTERS, WASHINGTON, DC OPENINGS

Job Title: Relationship Manager, Fidelity Scholars Program – Washington, DC
Description: The Relationship Manager, Fidelity Scholars Program (FSP) interacts with corporate donors, students, and departmental staff to carry out program processes, organize and disseminate scholarship data, and maintain databases. The Relationship Manager supports the development and implementation of a bold scholarship and leadership program for talented minorities with demonstrated financial need by performing the following duties.

Job Title: Major Gifts Officer, Washington, DC
Description:
The Major Gifts Officer will manage a portfolio of approximately 125+ major gift donors and planned giving prospects. The MGO will be responsible for identifying strategic opportunities, developing and implementing initiatives to identify, cultivate and solicit high-net worth donors and planned giving prospects to ensure a strong base of perpetual financial support.

Job Title: Events (Meeting) Manager – Washington, DC
Description: The Events Manager will coordinate, develop, implement, lead and assist The Events Director with the day-to-day operations of events in the Office of the President. He/she will cultivate positive client service relationships with UNCF leaders, peers and staff. He/she will serve in the Scholarship’s and Programs Division Event’s Team.

Job Title: Program Performance Analyst – Washington, DC
Description: The Program Performance Analyst is an important role in ensuring success of the newly established Program Performance Office responsible for capability building and performance tracking of outcomes, milestones, and objectives (e.g., budget) of the HBCU Transformation Project across United Negro College Fund, Inc. (UNCF), Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), and Ed Advance. The analyst will report directly to UNCF’s Sr. Director of Program Performance Officer and collaborate directly with personnel from UNCF, TMCF, Ed Adv and donors.

Job Title: Administrative Assistant, Program Services – Washington, DC
Description: Performs all functions of office operations: schedules appointments, answers phones, maintains office supplies, computers and office equipment and otherwise relieves officials of clerical work and minor administrative and business detail by performing the following duties.

Job Title: Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations – Washington, DC
Description: Manages and coordinates assigned accounts of the organization’s national corporations and foundations campaign/solicitation program. Contributes significantly to the fundraising efforts of the organization through the development, recommendation, and implementation of strategic short-term and long-term plans by performing the following duties.

Job Title: Program Coordinator – Washington, DC
Description: The Program Coordinator is responsible for organizing, coordinating, and processing designated corporate scholarship activities that are administered by the designated department. The Program Coordinator interacts with corporate donors, students, and departmental staff to carry out program processes, organize and disseminate scholarship data, and maintain databases.

Job Title: Data Manager, Enterprise Technology – Washington, DC
Description: The Data Manager is responsible for helping UNCF manage data in UNCF systems, such as Salesforce, ActiveCampaign, Schoology, Blackbaud, etc., collecting, maintaining, and analyzing data – working with staff across department to ensure staff are following UNCF’s data management plans and procedures.

Job Title: Senior Internal Auditor – Washington, DC
Description: The Senior Internal Auditor reports to the head of internal audit, to support the function in providing independent and objective assurance and advisory services to the organization. The Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for conducting all phases of operational, financial, compliance, and IT audits, assessments, and special projects as assigned, to include report writing.

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 the Student Professional Development Program portfolio under the Director’s oversight.

Job Title: Prospect Researcher, Major Gifts and Planned Giving- Washington, DC
Description: The Prospect Researcher is primarily responsible for conducting donor and prospect research services at UNCF in support of the annual campaign efforts for the Development Department to include corporations and foundations, major gifts, area offices with specific emphasis on prospect research supporting the Major Gifts & Planned Giving Department.

Job Title: Senior Relationship (Financial Aid) Manager – Washington, DC
Description:The Senior Relationship Manager, Fidelity Scholars Program, is responsible for managing projects and administering processes and procedures in the Operations area of the program.

Job Title: Relationship Manager, Program Administration – Washington, DC                    Description: The Relationship Manager, Fidelity Scholars Program (FSP) interacts with corporate donors, students, and departmental staff to carry out program processes, organize and disseminate scholarship data, and maintain databases. The Relationship Manager supports the development and implementation of a bold scholarship and leadership program for talented minorities with demonstrated financial need.

Job Title: Program Assistant – Washington, DC
Description:
Performs all functions of office operations – schedules appointments, answers phones, maintains office supplies, computers and office equipment and otherwise relieves officials of clerical work and minor administrative and business detail.

Job Title: Relationship Manager – Washington, DC
Description:
The Relationship Manager, Fidelity Scholars Program (FSP) interacts with corporate donors, students, and departmental staff to carry out program processes, organize and disseminate scholarship data, and maintain databases. The Relationship Manager supports the development and implementation of a bold scholarship and leadership program for talented minorities with demonstrated financial need.

Job Title: Vice President, Scholarships & Programs (S&P) Programs – Washington, DC
Description:
The Vice President for S&P Programs will provide active oversight and management of the day-to-day operations related to a portfolio of Programs within the S&P Division. These topics and outcome-based programs provide students’ access to college, students’ retention through scholarship support, and students’ knowledge for their personal success and academic development.

Job Title: Director, Major Gifts Office – Washington, DC
Description:
The Director of Major Gifts Office will manage a portfolio of approximately 125+ major gift donors. The Director of Major Gifts will be responsible for identifying strategic opportunities, developing, and implementing initiatives to identify, cultivate and solicit high-net worth donors to ensure a strong base of perpetual financial support.

Job Title: Human Resources Business Partner  – Washington, DC
Description:
The HR Business Partner (HRBP) consults with internal clients to effectively implement human resource programs, policies and initiatives designed to sustain a positive work environment and to achieve business objectives of the division/organization. The HRBP participates as an active and involved partner in the development and execution of customer-specific and organizational business plans and strategies.

Job Title: Administrative Assistant – Washington, DC
Description:
The Administrative Assistant performs an unlimited range of secretarial and clerical duties requiring a knowledge of office routine and an understanding of and sensitivity to procedures related the department and corporation giving in general.

 

ATLANTA, GA OPENINGS

Job Title: Senior Data Analyst – Atlanta, GA
Description: The Data Analyst, Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute (Patterson), engages in data collection, analysis and reporting in support of research activities conducted or sanctioned by the UNCF Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute. The data analyst will utilize a multitude of methodological approaches to manage and execute a range of research activities in line with UNCF’s strategy, with a specific focus on quantitative analysis.

Job Title: Strategy Analyst – Atlanta, GA
Description: UNCF ICB’s Strategy Analyst is responsible for supporting the strategic priorities for the Institute for Capacity Building in conjunction with UNCF and ICB leadership. Reporting to the ICB Director of Strategy, the Strategy Analyst will join ICB’s strategy team, which is responsible for nurturing the mission and vision of ICB, cultivating opportunities for ICB to expand its impact, and ensuring ICB’s work is integrated within UNCF and shared across external stakeholders.

Job Title: Area Development Director – Atlanta, GA
Description: The Area Development Director (ADD) is responsible for establishing short and long-range fundraising goals and conducting comprehensive, cost-effective annual fund-raising campaigns within his/her area of operation to support the 37 UNCF member institutions. The ADD serves as an ambassador for UNCF and is responsible for engaging donors and leveraging key relationships to ensure revenue goals are met.

Job Title: Program Manager, Operations – Atlanta, GA
Description:
The Operations Manager will provide operational, financial, and administrative support to the UNCF Institute for Capacity Building management team. In this role, the Operations Manager will assist with the establishment, oversight, and engagement with various programmatic, operational, and learning activities across the UNCF network of partnering institutions.

CHICAGO, IL OPENINGS

Job Title: Area Development Director – Chicago, IL
Description:
The Area Development Director (ADD) is responsible for establishing short and long range fundraising goals and conducting comprehensive, cost-effective annual fund-raising campaigns within his/her area of operation to support the 37 UNCF member institutions.

 

DALLAS, TX OPENINGS

Job Title: Relationship Manager, College Success Coach (Bilingual) – Dallas, TX
Description:The primary responsibility of the College Success Coach (CSC), Bilingual (English/Spanish) is to provide direct support to students by connecting them to campus-based and other resources that are necessary to ensure academic and personal success in the Dallas/Fort Worth and Southwestern region.

 

DETROIT, MI OPENINGS

Job Title: Development Director – Detroit, MI
Description: The Development Director assists the Area Development Director (ADD) in the implementation of action plans developed with the national office; reaches fundraising targets to support the thirty-seven (37) UNCF member institutions and serves as an ambassador for UNCF, by engaging donors and leveraging relationships to meet revenue goals.

 

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL OPENINGS

Job Title: Area Developement Director – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Description: The Area Development Director (ADD) is responsible for establishing short and long-range fundraising goals and conducting comprehensive, cost-effective annual fund-raising campaigns within his/her area of operation to support the 37 UNCF member institutions.

 

INDIANAPOLIS, IN OPENINGS

Job Title: Administrative Assistant – Indianapolis, IN
Description: The Administrative Assistant performs an unlimited range of secretarial and clerical duties requiring a knowledge of office routine and an understanding of and sensitivity to procedures related the department and corporation giving in general.

Job Title: ​Development Director – Indianapolis, IN
Description: The Development Director assists the Area Development Director (ADD) in the implementation of action plans and strategy developed with the national office; reaches fundraising targets to support the thirty-seven (37) UNCF member institutions and serves as an ambassador for UNCF, by engaging donors and leveraging relationships to meet revenue goals.

 

LOS ANGELES, CA OPENINGS

Job Title: Regional Development Director – Los Angeles
Description: Reporting to the Regional Vice President, the Regional Development Director is responsible for conducting comprehensive, cost-effective annual and capital fund-raising campaigns within the Southern California territory of operation to support the 37 United Negro College Fund (UNCF) institutions and serves as an ambassador for the UNCF.

 

NEWARK, NJ OPENINGS

Job Title: Development Director – Newark, NJ
Description: The Development Director assists the Area Development Director (ADD) in the implementation of action plans developed with the national office; reaches fundraising targets to support the thirty-seven (37) UNCF member institutions and serves as an ambassador for UNCF, by engaging donors and leveraging relationships to meet revenue goals.

 

PHILADEPHIA, PA OPENINGS

Job Title: Development Director – Pittsburgh/Alleghany County, PA
Description: The Development Director assists the Area Development Director (ADD) in the implementation of action plans developed with the national office; reaches fundraising targets to support the thirty-seven (37) UNCF member institutions and serves as an ambassador for UNCF, by engaging donors and leveraging relationships to meet revenue goals.

 

SEATTLE, WA OPENINGS

Job Title: Development Director – Seattle, WA
Description: The Development Director assists the Area Development Director (ADD) in the implementation of action plans developed with the national office; reaches fundraising targets to support the thirty-seven (37) UNCF member institutions and serves as an ambassador for UNCF, by engaging donors and leveraging relationships to meet revenue goals.


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