We are looking for a film artist/videographer to collaborate with and produce a video with a community-centered look and feel for our Voices of Change event. This project runs between March – May, with deliverable deadlines varying depending on the item. The vision is to have one cohesive video to be used during the event in May.
Who should apply?
We are seeking artists who identify as a person of color and/or Asian and Pacific Islander and who have the ability to come to APANO’s Portland office 1-2 times to discuss deliverables. We welcome submissions from new artists, as well as those with more experience. Feel free to email [email protected] with questions.
We are looking for a graphic designer to collaborate and design print and digital collateral with a community-centered look and feel for our Voices of Change event. This project runs between March – May, with deliverable deadlines varying depending on the item. The vision is to have one cohesive design/element used for multiple formats.
Hours: 1.0 Full Time Equivalent (30-40 hours per week)
Compensation:$55,000 to $65,000, plus benefits: 90% employer-paid medical, dental, vision and naturopathic health insurance, 401K plan with employer contribution, transit subsidy, data plan credit, paid professional development opportunities, paid time off starting at three weeks per year, seven paid holidays annually, and flexible family-friendly schedule.
The Advocacy Director will lead our advocacy work in winning concrete systemic change for Asian Pacific Islander and low income communities. APANO’s areas of advocacy include influencing public policy primarily in education, climate justice, and public health. The Advocacy Director will be empowered to represent APANO at coalition tables, in policy rulemaking processes, and other stakeholder tables. This position will also craft political narratives and communications for the organization.
The Advocacy Director is part of the organization’s senior leadership and will support a growing, seasoned team of member-leaders and paid staff working to win concrete change in the lives of Asian and Pacific Islanders in Oregon, and the larger world. They will report directly to the Executive Director and supervise at least 2 other full-time staff.
Reports To: Community Economic Development Director
Hours: 1.0 Full Time Equivalent (40 hours/week)
Compensation: $45,000-$60,000 (90% employer-paid medical & dental, 401K plan, subsidized transit pass, cell phone credit, paid time off & eight paid holidays)
APANO CUF is looking for a motivated, organized, and creative individual to staff a 3,000 sqft community space open to the public and coordinate event rentals and community events hosted in the space. There is an additional off-site 4,000 sqft space that this position will manage. The ideal candidate should be social justice and community oriented, and is excited to work in and continue to build a dynamic, queer-friendly, multi-ethnic, inter-generational organization. This individual will be a results-oriented, responsive, responsible, self-aware, dynamic, and passionate person who values and practices direct communication with colleagues and community members.
The Event and Community Space Manager is responsible for two core areas of work: 1) Supervising staff to welcome visitors to the community space and connect them to appropriate resources; and 2) Manage two event spaces, including an off-site space, for community events, private rentals, and revenue generating events. This position will evolve quickly, with management duties of support staff anticipated. This is a new position that will include a start-up phase. This position will be expected to remain on-site for daily duties. Anticipated start date is in April 2019.