Position Title: Cultural Work Coordinator
Reports To: Cultural Strategy Director
Duration: Regular Position
Hours: 1.0 Full Time Equivalent (40 hours/week)
Compensation: $35,000 – $44,000 (90% employer-paid medical & dental, 401K plan, subsidized transit pass, cell phone credit, paid time off & eight paid holidays)
APANO is looking for a motivated, creative, and organized individual to coordinate cultural strategies to build grassroots power within Asian and Pacific Islander communities in Oregon to advance racial and social justice. The ideal candidate loves social justice, is movement-oriented, and is excited to work in and continue to build a dynamic, queer-friendly, multi-ethnic, API-centered and led, inter-generational
organization. This individual will be results-oriented, responsive, responsible, self-aware, dynamic, and a passionate person who values and practices direct communication with colleagues and team. The Cultural Work Coordinator is responsible for supporting the evolving placemaking, arts, and culture shift work at APANO. The position interacts with interns and key volunteers; may involve travel in the city and throughout the state; and involves regular evening and weekend hours.
Please note that applications for this position now close on July 8, 2019 at 5pm Pacific Time.
Compensation: $35,000-44,000 DOE; plus benefits, generous 90% employer-paid medical, dental, vision and naturopathic health insurance, 401K plan, alternate transportation incentive program, cell phone credit, paid time off starting at three weeks per year, seven paid holidays annually & flexible family-friendly schedule.
Consideration of candidates will begin July 10, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. Anticipated start date in August or September.
About the Position:
We are looking for a motivated individual to join our growing fundraising team, to help craft the systems and strategies to support our strategic goals. The successful candidate will join a growing, seasoned team of member-leaders and staff working to win concrete change in the lives of Asian and Pacific Islanders in Oregon
and the larger world. Our ideal candidate is self-motivated and collaborative individual with experience managing volunteers, is detail and systems orientated, and has the desire to learn fundraising principles. The Development Coordinator reports to the Development Manager.
Position Title: Jade District Steering Committee Member
Reports to: N/A
Duration: 1-2 years term
Hours: 2 hours/month for general meeting plus anyPosition Title: Jade District
About the Position:
The Jade District is a program of the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO). The Jade District work is looking for a community-minded individuals to support Jade District strategic goals in community and economic development.
Guide and provide direction for the work of the Jade District staffs
Monitor and evaluate achievement of goals and objectives toward community vision and goals
Participation on committees to carry out work plan
Review, approve, monitor application of the business improvement grant (Tax Increment Finance TIF dollars) on capital improvements in the neighborhood
Review and guide budget for the Jade District program activities and initiatives
Position Title: Office Manager
Reports To: Director of Finance and Administration Hours: 20 hours per week to start.
Compensation: $17.00 per hour
The Office Manager will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures, in order to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and safety. With the Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) the Office Manager is responsible for developing, streamlining, documenting, and maintaining administrative procedures.
How to Apply:
Only complete applications submitted by June 17, 2019, at 5:00 PM Pacific Time will be considered.
Applications should be emailed as a single attached document (PDF preferred) to [email protected] with the subject title “Office Manager.”
Complete applications include:
● Cover letter (1-page max) clearly outlining the specific skills and knowledge that you bring to the job and how you are a good fit with the responsibilities of the position
● A resume (2 pages max) with relevant experience, work history, education, and accomplishments
● 3 references, with contact information, and your relationship to the reference
Do you want to help support APANO expand our community development program into Washington County, Oregon? APANO is focusing on building culturally specific community partnerships, developing a resource toolkit around expanding housing access for low income communities, and conducting outreach to build program awareness. The VISTA member will assist in developing ‘A Home for All’ — an initiative that connects community members to food, health, and housing resources and convenes partners to advance equity in housing through access and housing development.