APANO CUF is looking for a community leader to provide comprehensive sexuality education in partnership with community-based organizations to reach Pacific Islander youth. This is a joint collaboration between the Multnomah County Health Department (MCHD) to implement evidence-based interventions in communities that engage young people, parents/guardians and trusted adults, and the broader Pacific Islander community within Multnomah County, Oregon. Through this program we will build social and cultural power for our communities to thrive.

Applications received by Monday, March 15th, 2021, will be prioritized for initial review. To apply,
email your complete application to jobs@apano.org with the subject line “ Pacific Islander Youth
Health Organizer.”

Complete applications include:
● Cover letter (1 page max) clearly outlining the specific skills and knowledge you bring to the job
and how they are a good fit with the responsibilities of the position.
● A resume (2 pages max) detailing relevant experience, work history, education, and
● If you proceed to a final round of review, we will ask for 3 references with contact information
and your relationship to the reference (you may include these references in your initial
application, but it is not required).

See full job description here.