United Way of Tarrant County employs 90-100 people across its main operations, 2-1-1 and Area Agency on Aging.
Additionally, hundreds of people are involved in the organization as volunteers through its Education, Income and Health Impact Councils and annual fundraising campaign.
United Way of Tarrant County raises more than $30 million annually to advance its work. About two-thirds of that amount comes from the workplace giving campaign, with much of the remaining revenue coming from grants. The organization has a strong reputation in the community and a committed Board of Directors that meets six times a year.
United Way of Tarrant County offers opportunities in the following areas:
- Human Resources
- Resource Development
- Community Development
- Information Technology
- Area Agency on Aging
- 2-1-1 Information and Referral Service.
United Way of Tarrant County offers:
- Competitive compensation
- Affordable medical benefits
- Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- 403(b) matching retirement plan
- Life insurance benefits
- Paid time off
- Employee discount programs
- Flexible work schedules