United Way Lower Mainland welcomes unique and talented people to join us as we work to create a healthy, caring, inclusive community and strengthen our community's capacity to address social issues.
Careers at United Way of the Lower Mainland
United Way of the Lower Mainland leads social change in the Metro Vancouver region by understanding social issues through research and dialogue; bringing together partners and coordinating action; influencing public attitudes, systems and policy; measuring community change and evaluating investments. United Way supports vulnerable people and works to prevent social problems. United Way of the Lower Mainland and its partners are focused on helping seniors and helping children.
Our offices on Canada Way in Burnaby BC, house approximately 70 dedicated and skilled employees, applying talents in a variety of fields.
Additional employees are hired during United Way's workplace fundraising campaign August to mid-December each year. Job postings appear on this page.
If you wish to contribute to sustainable positive changes in your community and have applicable talents, please apply. If there are no suitable openings listed, send your resume and covering letter indicating your area of interest to Barbara Wilton, Manager of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org . General applications received will remain active for a period of three months.
Loaned Representatives and Impact Speakers
Get your foot in the non-profit and fundraising door and learn valuable leadership, community engagement, account management and public speaking skills. Annually, we hire up to 10 individuals for 16 weeks to support United Way's workplace fundraising campaign. An honorarium is provided.
Learn more about our Loaned Representative Program. Deadline to apply, July 16, 2013.