Jobs at APANO

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Jobs at APANO 2019-08-29T02:00:01+00:00

APANO is always looking for talented and passionate folks to join our awesome staff. Please see the openings currently available below.

Graphic Designer/Illustrator

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.

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By | January 23rd, 2020|

Census Field Organizer

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. 

Position Description:

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.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • 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
  • Assist in the census assistant centers as needed

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By | January 23rd, 2020|

Small Business Advisor

Position Title: Business Advisor
Reports To: Community Development Director
Duration: Regular Position
Hours: .5 FTE
Compensation: $26,600 plus benefits: cell phone credit, hop pass, professional development opportunities, paid time off starting at three weeks per year, seven paid holidays annually, and flexible family-friendly schedule. Accrued PTO of 3 weeks per year prorated based on start date.

Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

About the Position:

APANO is looking for an individual who is passionate about working with and has strong cultural familiarity with the API community to guide entrepreneurship development and to elevate our community through economic empowerment. The Business Advisor is responsible for case managing community members that wish to own, develop and grow their own small business. This individual 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 has experience working within diverse populations, likes people and is great at guiding them through business process and connecting them with resources and experts. The Business Advisor reports to the Community Development Director, and has no supervisory responsibilities.

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By | November 26th, 2019|

Jade District Community Organizer

Position Title: Jade District Community Organizer
Reports To: Jade District Manager
Duration: Regular Position
Hours: .5 FTE (20 hours/week)

Compensation: $17,784 – $19,000 plus benefits: subsidized transit pass, cell phone credit, professional development opportunities and flexible family-friendly schedule. Accrued PTO of 3 weeks per year prorated based on start date.

Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

About the Position:

APANO is looking for a motivated and culturally responsive Jade District Community Organizer to support the Jade District and community development and engagement efforts. We envision the position to promote long term, year-round participation and engagement within the community and on the issues critical to their well-being and empowerment. Supports the engagement of the Jade District communities through the implementation of coordinated, culturally competent and appropriate strategies. This individual will join a growing, seasoned team of community 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 excited to work in social justice-oriented movement and in a dynamic, queer-friendly, API-centered and led organization. They will be results-oriented, responsive and responsible, self-aware, dynamic individual who values and practices direct communication with their colleagues and team. The Jade District Community Coordinator reports to the Jade District Manager.

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By | November 26th, 2019|

Civic Engagement Manager

Position Title: Civic Engagement Manager

Reports To: Political Director

Duration: Regular Full-Time Position

Hours: 1.0 Full-Time Exempt (40 hours/week)

Compensation: $50,000 plus benefits: health, dental, and vision insurance 90% employer-paid, 401K plan, transit subsidy, data plan credit, paid professional development opportunities, paid time off starting at 15 days per year, seven paid holidays annually, and flexible schedule. This position requires nights and weekend work hours.

Consideration of candidates will begin immediately after posting and continue until the position is filled. 

Position Description:

The Civic Engagement Coordinator will support the development and implementation of APANO’s civic engagement and electoral work. The Civic Engagement Coordinator will work with staff and other community partners to collaborate on strategy, messaging, and plan of campaigns where APANO is supporting or leading. They will oversee the implementation of a field program, represent APANO at various policy issue and electoral campaign coalitions, and will support direct efforts to grow APANO’s political membership base and network of AAPI politicos and donors. The Civic Engagement Coordinator should be organized, metrics-based, a willing teacher, energetic, capable of motivating and managing staff, volunteers, and data.

They will report directly to the Political Director and coordinate closely with the Advocacy Director on specific advocacy efforts. APANO’s electoral and civic engagement programs are fast-paced, dynamic, and team-oriented. Examples of the issue areas that APANO and this position may work on include: Childcare policy, health equity, economic Justice, reproductive justice, immigrant rights, democracy reform and voting rights, housing, and potential increased forays into criminal justice reform and mental health care.

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By | November 25th, 2019|

Bookkeeper/Payroll Administrator

Position Title: Bookkeeper/Payroll Administrator

Reports To: Director of Finance and Administration

Duration: Regular Position

Hours: Full Time

Compensation: [$44,000 – $50,000] plus benefits: medical, dental, and vision insurance, cell phone credit, hop pass, professional development opportunities, paid time off starting at three weeks per year, seven paid holidays annually, and flexible family-friendly schedule.

Consideration of candidates will begin November 11, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.  Anticipated start date is ASAP.

About the Position:

APANO is looking for an experienced and energetic non-profit bookkeeper/payroll administrator. This position will focus on bookkeeping and payroll administration and will help formulate and maintain bookkeeping and payroll procedures. The Bookkeeper/payroll administrator reports to the Director of Finance & Administration and has day-to-day responsibility for maintaining the organization’s financial records, recording fiscal activities, coordinating with internal and external stakeholders for payables and receivables, and coordinating with staff and liaising with ADP for payroll.  Our ideal candidate has cultural competency working with API communities, a demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice values, and whose work style is collaborative and facilitate open conversations.

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By | November 22nd, 2019|