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Community Organizer (Youth Team)
Chinatown Community Development Center Essential Functions
Youth Leadership: Staff and coordinate youth programs, activities, and events that empower and educate local youth to be leaders for their community
Youth Development: Provide mentorship, enrichment, and leadership + workforce development training to youth
Community Service: Staff and coordinate youth service learning programs (i.e., intergeneration programming, alleyway cleanups and graffiti removal, SRO children's program for Super Sunday events, arts projects, etc.)
Coalition Building: Support & cultivate mutually beneficial community + corporate partnerships
Community Advocacy: Support advocacy efforts as needed on youth issues and community needs.
Program Funding: Assist in grant writing and grant reporting
Housing Program Training Manager
National CAPACD National CAPACD is the first and only HUD-approved housing counseling intermediary in the country that specifically targets the needs of low- and moderate-income AAPI families. Our network of almost 15 community-based organizations provide housing counseling on a variety of topics including pre-purchase, post-purchase, foreclosure, rental, and homelessness prevention. National CAPACD’s role is to ensure network compliance with HUD program requirements, support local agencies’ capacity to meet the housing counseling and financial education needs of AAPI communities, and to build a bench of advocates for community change. The Housing Program Training Manager will develop and implement capacity building strategies to support a network of HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agencies (HCAs) across the country to comply with HUD program requirements and regulations, including HUD counselor certification. In collaboration with other program staff, the Training Manager will expand and strengthen National CAPACD’s Housing Counseling Network to effectively deliver linguistically and culturally appropriate housing counseling services. The Housing Program Training Manager will do this through building a program to increase HCAs’ ability to access funding, technical assistance, and training. The Housing Program Training Manager will report to the Director of Economic Empowerment and will collaborate closely with the Housing Program Manager and Housing Program Coordinator who oversee grant management and compliance. The Training Manager may task supervise and support other program staff to ensure successful implementation and sustainable growth. This is an exempt, full-time position based in either our Oakland, CA or Washington, DC office. For more information, please see the job description on our website.
SCIDpda The Building Manager will provide services to building residents, facilitate on-site activities, coordinate and initiate maintenance services, lease apartment units, respond to resident and building emergencies and perform light maintenance and custodial duties for SCIDpda managed apartment buildings. They will work closely with residents, housing applicants and SCIDpda staff to provide excellent housing services to the residents and its community.
Housing Program Coordinator
National CAPACD National CAPACD seeks a full-time Housing Program Coordinator to support the administration of a national network of HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agencies.
National CAPACD’s core values of inclusion, respect, integrity, learning, performance, accountability, celebration, and hope for the future are at the heart of everything we do and we look for individuals who share our commitments.
National CAPACD is the first and only HUD-approved housing counseling intermediary in the country that specifically targets the needs of low- and moderate-income AAPI families. Our network of almost 15 community-based organizations provide housing counseling on a variety of topics including pre-purchase, post-purchase, foreclosure, rental, and homelessness prevention. National CAPACD’s role is to ensure network compliance with HUD program requirements, support local agencies’ capacity to meet the housing counseling and financial education needs of AAPI communities, and to build a bench of advocates for community change.
The Housing Program Coordinator will support implementation of program activities related to this network, building capacity within the organization to operate a successful national program that addresses the housing counseling needs of AAPI communities. The Program Coordinator will participate in efforts across the country that will enhance the well-being of vulnerable individuals and families by implementing programs that create stable, just, and healthy communities. The Program Coordinator will report to the Housing Program Manager, and work closely with other agency and program staff toward fulfilling programmatic and organizational strategic plans. This is a non-exempt, full-time position based in our Oakland, CA office.
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Chinatown Community Development Center The Planner is part of the Community Planning Team, a team responsible for working with community members to elevate the voice of community and supporting a variety of short- and long-range planning projects to improve the quality of life in San Francisco Chinatown. The Planner must see participatory planning, outreach and education as a core component of the work.
The Planner will support the development of a revised Chinatown Study, which involves conducting both qualitative and quantitative research on existing documents, community assets, and focus groups interviews. Deliverables include the mapping, cataloguing, and analysis of commercial, food security, economic, and community assets. The Planner will also support on developing recommendations for a comprehensive Chinatown strategy, and on disseminating the results to stakeholders.
The Planner will also assist with project management and community planning initiatives in issue areas ranging from transportation to economic development, to affordable housing and open space. Contingent on interest level, the Planner may also support in strengthening partnerships with the Housing Development team at CCDC, respond to plans and new developments in the neighborhood, and take part in city-wide coalition-building work in San Francisco.
Director of Economic Prosperity
Hmong American Partnership Join an award-winning organization focused on bringing prosperity to the immigrant and refugee community. Hmong American Partnership (HAP) is a rapidly growing organization, serving over 30,000 clients a year from 18 nationalities. HAP is a non-profit social service and community development organization located in the heart of Minnesota who addresses the needs of more than 30,000 immigrants and refugees across the Twin Cities. HAP reaches out to the world with profound social, economic and educational transformation with a mission to empower the community to embrace the strengths of our cultures while achieving our potential, and we want you to be a part of this fantastic team and organization!
Reporting to the Chief Program Office, the Director of Economic Prosperity will serve as a critical member of the senior leadership team and is responsible for developing and driving strategies that continue to grow the organization in the areas of financial services and products and business technical assistance to Hmong, Southeast Asians, and the Twin Cities’ refugee and immigrant communities. This position works closely with program managers and staff to drive strategies that carry out new community-based social enterprise activities that advances HAP’s CDFI services.
Resident Services Manager - RAD Program
Chinatown Community Development Center Essential Functions
Directly train and supervise 6 staff and oversee operations for a RAD team of 10 people Lead and provide overall program implementation and oversight of RAD operations
Lead collaborator with the San Francisco Housing Authority and other third parties working with the RAD program
Manage programmatic communication and administrative systems; generate and review reports to track and monitor program performance
In partnership with the Resident Services Program Associate, complete and monitor multiple public and private service contracts and deliverables, budgets, program, and reports
Meet regularly with agency and community colleagues to develop and review on-site working partnerships between Resident Services, Community Organizing, Property Management, and MOUs with Community Partners
Monitor and oversee program quality control and compliance
Develop partnerships with existing and new service providers to increase/enhance resident access to services
Organize large community events for the RAD portfolio, such as the Summer block party, school backpack & supplies event, and food bag give-a-ways
Intervene in eviction prevention cases and/or critical resident issues, as needed
Work with other team members to promote cross cultural and racial coalition building programming and relationships amongst African American and Chinese/AAPI communities
Ensure in-house direct and indirect support services and programs are administered in accordance with Resident Services policies and procedures
Director of Dev & Comm
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment The Director of Development and Communication is responsible for all fundraising strategies to grow the base of philanthropic support and increase public awareness of PACE. In collaboration with leadership, s/he will set the organization’s strategic fundraising agenda to achieve and exceed its revenue goals through the solicitation of individual, corporate and foundation support and grants. The Director also builds and manages brand identity and all aspects of communication to raise awareness of the organization and its programs throughout Los Angeles County. (Pls apply using the job posting link, not by email or phone.)
Small Business Advisor
APANO Please go to our website for the full job description.
Position Title: Small Business Advisor Reports To: Business Advisor Manager Duration: Regular Position Hours: 1.0 Full-time (40 hours/week) Compensation: $51,385-$56,200 based on experience Benefits: 90% employer-paid medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K plan with employer contribution, transit subsidy, cell phone credit, paid professional development opportunities, paid time off starting at three weeks per year, 14 paid holidays annually, and flexible schedule. Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
About the Position: APANO CUF is looking for an individual who is passionate about working with and has strong cultural familiarity with the API community. The work in this position will be cultivating opportunities to win concrete change in the lives of Asian and Pacific Islanders in Oregon, and the larger world through supporting entrepreneurship, small business ownership, growth and development. This will create the opportunity to elevate our community through economic empowerment. Our ideal candidate has an entrepreneurial and or small business ownership background and experience. They also are informed and comfortable working within diverse populations, are personable and comfortable cold-calling and reaching out to folks and are great at guiding them through business processes and connecting them with resources and experts. The Business Advisor reports to the Business Advisor Manager and has no supervisory responsibilities. They will reach out to small businesses and individuals and determine where the business is at in its life cycle, understand relevant business start up resources and case manage community members that wish to own, develop, grow their own small business, working closely with Business Advisor Manager, and passing on folks on for technical assistance as appropriate.