Work at Rappahannock United Way
At Rappahannock United Way, our mission is to improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community. Employees in our organization work together with donors, volunteers, board of directors, corporate partners and area non-profit organizations to bring our mission to life.
Rappahannock United Way is committed to integrating diversity and inclusion into all systems, policies, practices and behaviors of the organization. We are intentional in our efforts to have our staff, boards, committees, and councils represent the diversity of the communities we serve. We mobilize and partner with community groups working to help individuals emerge from poverty and achieve greater financial stability. By promoting an inclusive environment where everyone respects and values the contributions of individuals of different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, we enrich and strengthen the quality of our work and help to ensure the success of our community.
Employment Opportunities at Rappahannock United Way
TAX TEAM ASSISTANT
Rappahannock United Way seeks two part-time (15-25 hours per week), seasonal team members to work in a team of volunteers providing oversight of free tax preparation services at multiple tax sites in accordance with all IRS requirements. This position requires flexibility and includes working evenings and some Saturdays from October through April. Full Training and VITA Certification are provided. Tax experience preferred, but not required. Send cover letter and resume to: resumes@RappahannockUnitedWay.org
Rappahannock Goodwill is now recruiting full-time AmeriCorps members for Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, and Locust Grove/Culpeper. These are full time, one-year positions starting September 2019 and carry a stipend, free health insurance and an education award.
Contact GoodSkills' Program Director Shanna Boutchyard to apply:
- (540) 684-6792
Working with the Financial Stability Manager & United Way staff VISTA responsibilities include: Program Assessment: evaluating program effectiveness. Service Mapping: identifying service gaps with local organizations & opportunities to expand our Mission Independence program. Research: identify best practices & make recommendations to improve program effectiveness. Volunteer Recruitment: ensure access to volunteers to expand & sustain programs. Outreach: help, plan, execute & support volunteer recruitment for 2 volunteer events to create a greater awareness about poverty in the area. Training & Onboarding: Provide local organizations with financial empowerment tools. Provide 1-1 Financial Coaching to eligible individuals & families; act as a Tax Site Financial coach by providing financial education, schedule financial checkup, coordinate financial activities. Conduct marketing & outreach for Financial Coaching. Measure outcomes from workshops & individual coaching sessions.
Program Benefits : Training , Living Allowance , Relocation Allowance , Childcare assistance if eligible , Health Coverage* , Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend .
Employment Opportunities for Member Agencies
As a free service RUW provides all nonprofits with the opportunity to post job openings and volunteer needs on our Volunteer Center portal. Visit RUWVolunteer.org to see employment listings at local nonprofit agencies.