Posting Date: January 23, 2020 Position Title: Contract – Graphic Designer/Illustrator Duration: Contract Hours: Project Basis Compensation: Negotiable, on a project basis, approximately $1000/campaign
The Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO) and APANO Communities United Fund is looking for a Graphic Designer and Illustrator to support our communications efforts. The ideal candidate will be creative, social justice oriented, and skilled in both graphic design and illustration. The ideal candidate is also movement-oriented and is excited to create work to reflect a dynamic, queer-friendly, multi-ethnic, API-centered and led, intergenerational organization.
Position Title: Census Field Organizer Reports To: Census Equity Manager Duration: March through July, with potential opportunities for continued work Hours: Up to 32 hours per week per week on average Compensation: $17 per hour. This position requires nights and weekend work hours.
Consideration of candidates will begin immediately after posting and continue until the position is filled.
The Census field organizer will be a member of the broader Census Field Team at APANO and work closely with the #WeCountOregon campaign. The campaign is a community-led, coordinated statewide campaign focused on engaging Oregon’s hard-to-count communities: people of color, immigrants, rural people, children under 5, and renters. #WeCountOregon is working to ensure that the census is equitable, fair, and just and that every Oregonian is counted in the 2020 US Census.
Creating and building relationships with community members through phone and text outreach and door knocking to increase census completion
Work closely with Census Equity Manager and staff to expand community outreach and contact
Assist with training or education sessions on Census 101
Input and manage data and maintain an accurate internal database