Compensation: $38,168-$46,942 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 three weeks per year (prorated by start date), seven paid holidays annually, and flexible schedule. This position requires nights and weekend work hours. Arrangements for flex/comp time made with supervisor.
The Political Organizer supports the development and implementation of APANO’s political and electoral work for the November 2020 General Election and beyond. The Political Organizer will work with members, volunteers, and other community partners to collaborate on turnout and participation in campaigns where APANO is involved. They will help implement a field program, represent APANO at some policy issue and electoral campaign coalitions, and will support efforts to grow APANO’s political membership base. The Political Organizer should be organized, metrics-based, energetic, capable of motivating and managing volunteers and data.
Compensation: $66,225-$81,488, plus benefits per employee handbook.
The Political Director will lead the Political Team and programmatically direct the 501c4 organization to provide political and strategic direction, direct electoral organizing and year-round civic engagement efforts with our members, staff, and partners. They will build political power to ensure we win during elections, and sustain successful grassroots campaigns beyond Election Day. The Political Director will work closely with the Advocacy Team to develop and oversee campaigns where APANO is supporting or leading. They will direct efforts to grow APANO’s political advocacy and civic engagement (PACE) membership base and engage with other c4 organizations statewide. This position is part of the organization’s senior leadership. They will report directly to the Executive Director and supervise at least 2 other full-time staff.
Only complete applications submitted by July 7, 2020 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time will initially be considered. Read the full job description.
Reports To: Director of Finance and Administration
Duration: Regular Position
Hours: 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent
Compensation: $50,522-55,206, plus benefits as detailed in the employee handbook
APANO is looking for an experienced human resources manager who will help usher APANO and APANO CUF through a period of strong growth and further our strategic goals; especially around diversity, equity, and inclusion. The HR manager will be responsible for ensuring that the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of human resources plans and programs. This individual will join a growing, seasoned team of member-leaders and staff working to win concrete change in the lives of Asians and Pacific Islanders in Oregon and the larger world.
Our ideal candidate is multi-faceted, cooperative, organized, and systems-oriented with the ability to adapt to shifting priorities and align with strategic initiatives.