You will be tackling all the organizational and project management tasks for the IT group, supporting team members from throughout our organization in translating their requirements for IT team to implement. This position is ideal for somebody with a strong understanding of technology who loves to manage projects.
What you will do
- You will collect and translate business requirements into actionable IT work.
- You will organize and track the status of projects.
When and where you will work
This position is a full-time first shift position with the possibility of modifying your hours in collaboration with your supervisor. This is a full-time position with the flexibility to work from home 80% of your workweek once you complete your initial training.
Why you should work here
- Competitive pay
- Flexibility--- you decide what hours you need to work to meet the scheduling needs of providers, bearing in mind that the best times for many providers are evenings or weekends
- An environment where you will constantly be learning, including professional development and opportunities for growth within United Way
- The opportunity to be part of a team of individuals passionate about applying their expertise to improve lives in our communities
The Pay & Benefits: $61,000 annually
- An outright 8% 401(k) contribution.
- 20 days of Paid Time Off in a calendar year – you begin accruing immediately!
- 13 paid holidays per year.
- Generous health benefits including 80% coverage of your medical plan premium and deductible.
- Tuition reimbursement (after 1 year).
- Employment at UWC counts toward Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness.
- Supportive, culturally diverse and inclusive company culture.
- And more!
After job training, position will be hybrid (in office and remote).
Who you are
- You have a Bachelor’s or Associates.
- You have strong organizational skills, ideally with a solid understanding of agile project management approaches.
- You have a strong comfort-level with technology.
- You love to organize people and projects.
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