Careers

Any paid position openings for United Way of Pueblo County will be posted here.
If you are interested in volunteering for our Middle School Mentoring Program or Pueblo Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, please click the program link to learn more and submit your contact information for follow up.

Current Openings:


Financial Coach (Social Work/Casework) - Financial Empowerment Center (FEC)

Full-time, open until filled.

 FEC Financial Coaches will be responsible for providing high-quality, compassionate, individualized financial education and coaching needed to empower individuals to manage their income and experience financial independence for successful operations of the Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) in partnership with the Cities for Financial Empowerment (CFE) Fund and the City of Pueblo.

The ideal candidate would be dynamic, committed, and bilingual, with strong interpersonal skills, speaking and writing in English and Spanish. This candidate would have a passion for helping others and making a difference, working with clients to evaluate their needs, developing personal goals, and providing tools to be successful in building a foundation of financial stability and the opportunity for upward economic mobility. A background in banking or finance is not required, training and a path to financial counseling certification will be provided.  Learn more and apply here.

 

 

Economic Mobility & Opportunity Manager

Full-time, open until filled.

The Economic Mobility & Opportunity Manager will be responsible for ensuring the continuity and advancement of services related to United Way of Pueblo County’s Economic Mobility & Opportunity pillar of focus, including the development of programs, products, tools, and resources that build United Way’s capacity in the areas of free tax filing, financial education/coaching, and banking access. This role includes leading, supervising, and overseeing day-to-day operations of the Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) in partnership with the City of Pueblo and oversight and supervision of Bank On Pueblo County and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program staff.

The ideal candidate would be a demonstrated leader who is dynamic, resourceful, and committed with strong interpersonal skills and a passion for helping others and making a difference. This candidate is ready to lead a team of financial empowerment staff including coaches and program team members. This candidate is committed to building a culture of shared success and support to accomplish client goals and working towards population-level change in the area of economic mobility and opportunity. A background in banking or finance is not required, training and a path to financial counseling certification will be provided. Multilingual skills are a plus.  Learn more and apply here.