Interested in a career where you can make a difference? United Way of Greater Stark County is looking for individuals like you to join our non-profit team. View open positions below or contact us with any questions.


The CFO directs the organization’s financial planning and accounting practices and builds relationships with donors, volunteers, agencies, banks, brokerage firms, and other customers and vendors.

The CFO oversees and directs the funds, financial records and reports, accounting, budgets, annual audit, tax return filings, purchasing, building management, technology management, pledge processing and risk management activities for the organization. The position supervises the manager of processing and operations, two finance associates and the part-time technology associate.

The CFO manages consolidated forecasting, reporting and analysis of the United Way’s fund-raising efforts and program and organizational budgeting. This position is responsible for the daily technology troubleshooting for the agency. In addition, this position manages the human resources for the organization including payroll, employee and agency benefit packages, workers compensation and recruiting.

This position directs the financial activities of the organization and acts as the custodian of funds, monitors securities and assets of the organization. The CFO is responsible for investment of excess cash and restricted reserves. The CFO reviews the organization’s financial position and issues monthly financial and operating reports to Finance Committee and department heads.

A bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related business area, or equivalent experience is required, and CPA and/or MBA are desirable. Five years of work experience in a finance position, preferably with supervisory experience. The applicant must have demonstrated skills in A/P, A/R, taxes, financial management, data management, FASB regulations and technology management.

Please send cover letter and resume to or address below or submit the web form on this page.

You are always welcome to send us a cover letter and résumé with salary requirements. Your information will be kept on file for one year. No phone calls please.

United Way of Greater Stark County
Attention: Human Resources
401 Market Ave North
Suite 300
Canton, OH 44702

No phone calls. EEO/M/F/D/V.


United Way of Greater Stark County is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions will be made on the basis of an individual employee’s qualifications, skill, ability, merit, potential, experience, and other factors which make each employee a valued asset of this organization. There will be no unlawful discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 or above), disability, genetic information or veteran status in all employment practices, including hiring, firing, promotion, compensation, and other terms, privileges and conditions of employment. United Way will comply with all applicable federal, state, and local employment statutes, ordinances and regulations.

This Equal Employment Policy and Plan will be communicated to all relevant audiences. A copy of the Personnel Practices containing this policy will be given to each employee at the time of employment and will be discussed in the initial orientation of the employee.

All notices of job vacancies will include the words, “an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V” (minority/female/disabled/veteran). In addition, every effort will be made to notify all appropriate organizations, such as the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services, local social services agencies, colleges/universities/trade schools, sororities/fraternities, minority magazines, faith-based organizations, media, etc. of job vacancies.