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2 Openings at Pui Tak Center (Chicago, IL)

Posted by sedwardyang on June 5, 2009

The Pui Tak Center seeks individuals to serve in the position of Director of Operations and the position of Development Coordinator.

The Pui Tak Center is a church-based community center serving Chicago’s Chinatown community. Each year, over 3000 individuals are served through our programs such as adult ESL classes and tutoring, children and youth programs, services to new immigrants, music program, school (preschool through sixth grade) and bookstore.

The Director of Operations is a new position and will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Pui Tak Center including program management, personnel, financial management, and building operations. Qualifications include: experience in social services and non-profit management, master degree in human services (strongly preferred) and Chinese language ability.

The Development Coordinator is an open position with responsibilities in development (fund raising events, proposal writing and individual donor support), volunteer recruitment and publicity (newsletter and other communications). Qualifications include: bachelor’s degree, excellent written/oral communication skills and Chinese language ability (helpful).

Candidates should be fully supportive of our mission of being a Christian witness to Chinese in Chicago through educational, family and community services. For more information about Pui Tak Center, visit For more information about the positions, email David Wu.

David Wu
Executive Director
Pui Tak Center
2216 S. Wentworth Avenue
Chicago, IL 60616


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Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC) has several openings

Posted by sedwardyang on August 22, 2008

The Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC) has several open positions, including two related to the November 2008 election. The most recent postings are below; others are listed on the APALC website. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately, as directed in each job announcement.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Demographic Research Project — This part-time, temporary position will support the 2008 Southern California Voter Survey. The Southern California Voter Survey is the largest exit poll of its kind in California, capturing important information on the behavior and attitudes of Asian American and Pacific Islander voters in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Findings from the survey are used to support the voting rights of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. This position begins in August, 2008 and ends in December, 2008 (20 hours per week).

EXIT POLL COORDINATOR, Voting Rights Project — This part-time, temporary position will lead APALC’s efforts to monitor November 2008 election sites in Los Angeles and Orange Counties to ensure that minority and limited English speaking voters have full access to voting as required by the Voting Rights Act. This position is available September 8, 2008 and ends in December 2008 (25 hours per week).

COMMUNITY LEGAL ADVOCATE, Asian Language Legal Intake Project (ALLIP) — This is a full-time bilingual (Korean) position that staffs the Asian Language Legal Intake Project, a legal hotline that expands access to justice for low-income limited English speaking immigrants. Coordinated with three other non-profit legal services programs, ALLIP is recognized nationally as a model for its innovation and its ability to expand legal representation and advice to Asian clients in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.

The job announcements for this and other open positions at APALC are posted at More information on APALC is at

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Teach for America – Fight educational inequity!

Posted by sedwardyang on December 20, 2007

• Only half of the 13 million children growing up in low-income areas graduate from high-school by the time they are 18.
• Of those who do graduate, they are performing, on average, at the level of eighth graders in wealthy communities.
• Only one out of ten actually goes on to graduate from college.

Millions of children in the United States are receiving a substandard education. Given this huge inequity in our privileged nation, how can Christians help eliminate this injustice?

Teach For America is one way to serve and empower low-income children. Teach For America is a national education non-profit that recruits recent outstanding college graduates to teach for two years in our nation’s most under-resourced schools. This year, nearly 4,400 corps members are teaching in over 1,000 schools in 25 regions across the country and they are having a tangible impact on student achievement. More than 12,000 Teach For America alumni continue working from inside and outside the field of education for the fundamental changes necessary to ensure educational excellence and equity. Teach For America alumni become life-long advocates for education and justice – many of them stay in teaching, but they’ve also gone on to start charter schools, run urban school districts, fight for educational and economic equity through law and public policy, and start health care clinics to provide better health care options to people in low-income communities.

Many Christians are looking for ways to put their faith in action. Fighting educational inequity is one of the most powerful ways we can level the playing field in our nation. To learn more about how Teach For America is part of the movement to eliminate educational inequity, visit:

Contact Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham at

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Karen refugee resettlement case worker – Virginia Council of Churches

Posted by sedwardyang on August 22, 2007


The Virginia Council of Churches is the Church World Service affiliate in Richmond, Virginia. They are becoming involved in resettling Karen and they want to hire a full time, Karen speaking case worker. The opening announcement follows below. If interested, please contact Heather Gomez. Her telephone number is 540 207-4295. The office address and telephone number is:

Virginia Council of Churches
1214 West Graham Road
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 321-3300

Duane Binkley

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Virginia Council of Churches
Refugee Resettlement Program


Position Title: Caseworker

Supervisor: Sub-Office Program Coordinator

Status: Full-time, year-round, exempt


The goal for the caseworker is to help refugee entrants attain economic self-sufficiency as soon as possible. This position is responsible for the employment and case management requirements as outlined in the grant program that the refugee has been enrolled in. All procedures concerning the goals and priorities as specified in the grant contract must be adhered to.


– Must have a valid Virginia driver’s license and means of transportation
– Demonstrate written and verbal language proficiency in English
– Able to converse in any of the various languages of our refugees is desired, but not mandatory

Essential Functions

Case Management

Objective: To ensure that services are provided in a planned, effective and timely manner to eligible clients; are appropriate to the needs of the refugees; and contribute to the early employment and self-sufficiency of the participating refugees. Case management commences immediately upon arrival. Services should support and strengthen refugees’ motivation and capacities to become self-supporting. The caseworkers areas of responsibility will include, but are not limited to:
– establishing the refugees in a place to live – obtaining furniture, food and clothes for the refugees – finding a sponsor church
– transportation as needed
– employment services such as interviews, help with applications, follow up on interviews and leads
– maintaining a case file on each refugee family. These files must contain services provided, money spent and all case notes

General Functions

– Foster and develop good communication and relationships between sub-offices, local agencies and the community – Attend and participate in staff meetings and training sessions
– Undertake a career development plan together with your immediate supervisor
– Maintain confidentiality of refugee families and fellow staff members
– Follow and support all Virginia Council of Churches and Refugee Resettlement policies

The Virginia Council of Churches is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Council does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.

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Community Outreach Manage – CityTeam Ministies Oakland, CA

Posted by sedwardyang on May 17, 2007

Hello All,
I recently heard about a position with City Team Minstries in Oakland.
They are looking for a Community Outreach Manager who can speak Chinese.
Currently, they want to reach out to some 200+ Chinese in Oakland that
they have been developing relationships with.
See below….
(or at
Feel free to pass on…
Cheryl Thieu

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Position: Community Outreach Manager
Department: Oakland
City: Oakland, CA

Job Description:
The Community Outreach Manager provides leadership in a catalytic mode for the researching, strategizing, equipping, mentoring, motivating, and implementing of the processes for facilitating church planting movements in relation to CityTeam Ministries and other partner organizations in the assigned city/region. The Vice-President of North American Church Planting will provide mentoring to the Community Outreach Manager in the accomplishment of the previous statement. The Community Outreach Manager will provide leadership for the inter-program processes related to bringing a church planting focus to the city center area in consultation with the City Director.

The Community Outreach Manager is to focus his/her activity in fulfilling the mission statement of CityTeam Ministries.

Specific Duties:


1. Create and develop comprehensive prayer strategies
2. Maintain a consistent practice of prayer and Bible study.
3. Research people group studies, strategies, and resources for the city and sharing with the Vice-President of North American Church Planting.
4. Assist the Vice-President of North American Church Planting in the North American/regional training events and online training.
5. Care for his/her own spiritual walk.
6. Maintain an accountability group which meets regularly.
7. Practice the ministry of discipling others.
8. Exhibit in all relationships the love of Christ for hurting people, a high standard of moral and financial integrity, and love for God the Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through the practical living out of the Shimah.
9. Develop and coordinate the interns within the program.


1. Conduct and participate in staff performance evaluation process in a timely manner as requested by the Human Resources Department.
2. Lead, train, motivate and mentor the CPM strategy/implementation team.
3. Recruit and train Church Planters and other leadership supportive to the CPM strategy.
4. Develop and manage assigned personnel.

Planning and Implementation

1. Map out the least reached people of the city, determining lostness, worldviews, bridges and gatekeepers for the respective least reached peoples of the city.
2. Put into place a comprehensive strategy to reach all least-reached communities/groups in the city.
3. Oversee the development and implementation of specific strategies for family-based evangelism, empowerment and discipleship within the target neighborhood.
4. Put into place annual plans and long range plans with SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and tangible) goals and resources (financial, personnel, materials) for selected priority least reached peoples with month, quarterly and annual reports/evaluations.
5. Put into place equipping centers and mentoring programs for church planters/leaders.

Public Relations and Promotion

1. Discover potential partnerships with other agencies and organizations who are CPM
friendly to fulfill the church planting vision of CityTeam Ministries and upon approval from VP and City Director putting into place those partnerships.

Personal Donor Cultivation

1. Develop, implement, and maintain a personal donor cultivation and missionary support program in accordance with a plan established annually in cooperation with the Vice President of Development.

Job Requirements:
1. Must have a personal and consistent relationship with Jesus Christ and be active in a local church living out the Shimah.
2. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships a high commitment to Christ, the local church, evangelism, and disciple making.
3. Must have compatible theology on major issues of CityTeam’s statement of faith.
4. Must have a calling to serving God and the body of Christ and have a burden to see disadvantaged people come to Christ and have their need alleviated.
5. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships a teachable spirit and be committed to team participation.
6. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships the ability to put together and lead a team.
7. Must have demonstrated effective communication skills in speaking and writing.
8. Must have a commitment to serving the youth and families in an urban context.
9. Must be an initiator who can work under deadlines.
10. Preferably multilingual in English and a second language representing major ethnic groups in the area.
11. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships to be a servant-leader, to lead by example and to serve by example.
12. Must exhibit integrity in professional and personal life in accordance with CityTeam’s code of ethics and be straightforward and not self-serving.
13. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships the ability to plan and follow-through with plans.
14. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships the ability to handle financial management and be able to adhere to established budgeting procedures and constraints in a timely manner, practicing prudent management of financial and human resources.
15. Must have demonstrated ability to put together a budget, source it, and manage it.
16. Must have demonstrated ability in previous relationship the ability to mentor others.
17. Must have demonstrated in previous relationships the ability to relate to people of various cultures in all levels of their pilgrimage with the Lord, in all national, social, and economic backgrounds and denominational settings.
18. Prefer two years administrative or management experience.
19. Educational preference: degree from a Bible School or Seminary.
20. Must have planted a church among lost people or be willing to be involved in a church plant among lost people as a part of learning/leading.

Experience, Education, Training:

Contact: CityTeam Oakland, CA – 510.452.3758

For further information about any job listing, please feel free to call Vy Anderson in the Human Resources Department at 408.232.5600 ext. 5623.

Resumes can be faxed to 408.453.3295, e-mailed to Vy Anderson, or sent to 2304 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA 95131. Job descriptions are available upon request.

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Campaign Assistant – Asia Pacific Community Fund – L.A.

Posted by sedwardyang on February 1, 2007


Organization Description
The Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) is a nonprofit, community-based fund with a mission to promote philanthropy addressing the diverse needs of Asian Pacific Islanders in Southern California. Founded in 1990, APCF provides funding to 28 affiliate agencies serving hundreds of thousands of low-income clients, raising its grantmaking funds through charitable campaigns in public, private and nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County. Since its founding, APCF has granted over $1.2 million to our member organizations, all from funds collected from individual donors.

The Asian Pacific Community Fund is seeking to fill the position of Campaign Assistant. This is a temporary, part-time staff position based in APCF’s downtown headquarters. The Campaign Assistant will assist APCF’s Director of Finance and Development in coordinating the 2007 Los Angeles Unified School District Charitable Giving Campaign, one of the largest charitable giving campaigns in the nation.

Specific duties include:
– Answer and respond to all incoming calls to campaign telephone hotline
– Respond to requests for speakers and delivery of campaign materials
– Coordinate and monitor delivery of materials to schools
– Coordinate and monitor speaker requests among participating organizations
– Accurately enter financial data into computer
– Track and maintain records for all campaign-related income and expenses
– Create filing system for all campaign-related materials
– Attend meetings and take minutes
– Represent APCF at meetings and/or presentations in the community

– Excellent communication skills; able to present a professional demeanor over the telephone
– Organized; thorough attention to detail
– Self-motivated, able to work independently
– Computer proficient, especially word processing, spreadsheet and internet applications
– Experience or desire to work in Asian Pacific Islander nonprofit community preferred
– Valid California Driver’s License, access to the use of a reliable automobile on a daily basis, and automobile insurance

$10 per hour; Part-time position: 20-25 hours/week
Position open until filled.

Send cover letter and resume to:
Gena Lew, Executive Director
Asian Pacific Community Fund
315 W. Ninth Street, Suite 301
Los Angeles, CA 90015
fax: 213-624-6406
email: glewATapcfDOTorg

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Program Representative – Center for S. Asia Studies (UC Berkeley)

Posted by sedwardyang on January 10, 2007

Center for South Asia Studies, UC Berkeley
Program Representative

Job Description:

The Center for South Asia of the University of California is an organized research unit under the Dean of International and Area Studies. The Center has as its central mission the support of teaching and research, along with relevant cultural and community activities, related to South Asia and South Asians, on the Berkeley campus, the other campuses of the University of California, and throughout the State.


The Program Representative will have the following primary responsibilities:
organizing lectures, conferences, and other events; circulating press
releases and developing promotional materials; editing newsletter and
website content; fundraising and grantwriting assistance; database
management; oversight of the Visiting Scholar program; outreach (programs
for K-16 teachers and the public).

Requirements & Qualifications:

Required Qualifications:
Outstanding project management and communication skills. Strong
organizational skills and ability to streamline processes. Knowledge of
South Asia. Software literacy (spreadsheet, database, word processing, Power
Point, Illustrator). Comfort working in a team environment and with
individuals at all levels inside and outside academia. Ability to manage
intellectual as well as physical aspects of large and small events. Minimum
of two years experience in a job of comparable responsibility.

Desired Qualifications:
Graduate degree, preferably in an area of South Asia studies. Experience in
an international organization or overseas environment. Facility in one or
more South Asian language. Event planning, public relations, fundraising,
design layout, and/or copyediting experience.


Applications must be submitted online through UC Berkeley’s e-recruit
website available at Please include a letter of
application, resume, and one short writing sample with your applicaton –
this information can be copied and pasted in the space provided on page 6 of
the form.

Job #5725
Salary: $ 32,568- $ 37,000

For more information about the Center, please see For more information about the position,
please email us at csas at berkeley dot edu, or call 510-642-3608.

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Executive Director/President – San Francisco

Posted by sedwardyang on December 31, 2006

Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute
San Francisco, California

The Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute (APAWLI) is a national nonprofit organization that dedicated its first decade to enhancing and enriching leadership skills for Asian American and Pacific Islander women. Through seminars, national conferences, a national fellowship program, and community impact projects, APAWLI has affected thousands of Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and their communities throughout the country.

In recent months, APAWLI has undergone a rigorous strategic plan process involving its Trustees, former Trustees, faculty, alumni, seminar and conference attendees, and funders, as well as other national nonprofit leaders. As APAWLI has reflected on its accomplishments in its first ten years, surveyed the needs of AAPI women in a rapidly changing environment, and explored new program options, it has crafted a new mission to develop AAPI women nationwide to achieve success and fulfillment in their professional and personal lives and to lead positive change in their workplaces and communities and a vision to become the organization every AAPI woman in the U.S. looks to for personal and professional growth and development.

Responsibilities: Reporting to the Chair of the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director/President will plan and implement annual and long-term strategies for the organization’s next phase of growth and pursue aggressive new business development goals and initiatives.

The Executive Director/President will work closely with Trustees, volunteers, and advisors to:
• Design and refine personal growth and development programs that appeal to and are relevant to the needs of AAPI Asian-American women throughout the United States;
• Broaden organizational awareness nationally, with an initial emphasis in the Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Houston metropolitan areas;
• Effectively promote and market APAWLI and build participation in the organization’s programs;
• Establish actively involved Regional Advisory Councils in the Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Houston areas;
• Implement a national membership program;
• Organize national program, regional workshops and biennial national conferences; and
• Dramatically expand the organization’s base of customers and donors.

To do this, the Executive Director/President will:
• Develop and implement detailed work plans with clearly defined goals and objectives for programs, marketing/outreach, development/fundraising, and outcomes measurement;
• Manage the efforts of Trustees and other volunteers and coordinate all staff support;
• Lead as well as coordinate the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of new donor prospects and customers/customer groups;
• Steward established donor/customer relationships;
• Develop a communications plan to promote APAWLI programs among key audiences of current constituencies and build awareness of programs among target audiences of AAPI women, communities donor, funders and supporters.
• Manage the organization’s day-to-day operations, implementing the appropriate prospect tracking and other record-keeping documents and overseeing their maintenance;
• Participate actively in the identification and recruitment of new Trustees, National and Regional Advisory Council members and other volunteers; and
• Explore collaborative opportunities with other nonprofit organizations serving Asian-Americans or women, as appropriate.

Other Responsibilities:
• The ideal candidate will be a strong and highly motivated self-starter who is able to lead as well as build consensus among Trustees, staff/faculty members, and volunteers;
• S/he must represent the organization in a variety of settings;
• S/he must establish as well as maintain organizational relationships;
• S/he must be strategic and goal oriented, with a keen ability to design and prioritize a wide variety of projects, implement them well, and evaluate their efficacy;
• S/he will have or acquire a thorough understanding of, and appreciation for, the organization’s programs and be able to translate its strengths and comparative advantages into sales or development/fundraising opportunities;
• S/he will work well with a wide variety of individuals and be able to move flexibly between the various donor constituency groups, appropriately balancing activities related to each group and understanding what efforts are required to be successful within each group.

• Strong commitment to the organization’s mission and values;
• Demonstrated experience working with AAPI women’s program and organizations;
• Minimum eight years’ experience in project management, nonprofit management or related area. Relevant experience includes program/project development and management, volunteer management, fund development, customer/prospect cultivation, communications and marketing, organizational or strategic planning;
• Three years experience as a staff, board member or trustee of a nonprofit organization; five or more years’ experience preferred;
• Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree in business, marketing, human resources and/or communications preferable;
• Excellent communications skills, including highly developed presentation and writing skills;
• Demonstrated ability to develop and implement successful development/fundraising strategies;
• Knowledge of specific AAPI community issues, and established relationships in specific AAPI communities within the Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, or Houston areas and other regions of the United States ideal;
• Willingness to travel as appropriate is a must.

APAWLI is an equal opportunity employer. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience; benefits package included.

To Apply: This position is open until filled. Please send resume and cover letter with salary history, to:

Rosemary Abriam
Board President
Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute
APAWLI Search Committee
1681 Fluorite Court
Livermore, CA 94550
Fax: (925) 605-3614
E-mail: apawliATrabriamDOTcom

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Development Administrator – East Meets West Fdn – Oakland

Posted by sedwardyang on December 22, 2006

Development Administrator
East Meets West Foundation
Oakland, California

East Meets West is an American humanitarian services organization working in Vietnam for over 18 years. EMW is one of the largest and most productive humanitarian development non-government organizations in Vietnam.

East Meets West is seeking to fill a Development Administrator position with a highly qualified, dynamic, motivated candidate. The position is available immediately. The Development Administrator reports to the EMW Chief Development Officer, who is based in Oakland, CA.

Job Duties:
• Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
• Maintain foundation, corporation and individual donor files
• Create weekly and monthly fundraising reports and other database reports as needed
• Continually update and correct database records
• Conduct preliminary research on prospective corporate, foundation, and individual donors
• Coordinate the production and mailing of spring and year-end appeal letters.
• Produce and manage specialized mailing lists when requested by the development team
• Assist the Finance team with reconciling weekly and monthly donations to EMW’s Development and Accounting systems
• Work closely with the Vietnam development team to ensure accurate and timely processing of all gifts received and deposited in Vietnam.
• Maintain guest lists, gather and prepare registration materials and other duties as assigned for fundraising events.
• Other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer.

Performance Measures:
• Number of donations processed and acknowledged within 24 to 48 hours.
• Success in maintaining accuracy of database records.
• Accuracy of fundraising reports.
• Success in coordinating the production of direct mail appeals.
• Success in maintaining donor hard copy files.
• Desired qualifications.

B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience in relevant fields, graduate degree preferred Minimum of two years of nonprofit development experience Excellent computer skills with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and database management Superb time management and organizational skills with a great attention to detail Excellent verbal communication (e.g., handling phone calls) and writing skills Ability to work in a team-oriented environment Excellent customer service skills with demonstrated ability to work with a broad spectrum of community members and supporters Demonstrated ability to organize tasks, to set and observe priorities, and to maintain schedules Experience working with Raiser’s Edge highly recommended Eagerness to work for an organization promoting sustainable development in Vietnam The position is full time and based in Oakland, CA. Salary is commensurate with skills and experience. Excellent benefits include health, dental and retirement provisions.

To Apply: No phone calls, please. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter describing your interest in our organization to:

East Meets West Foundation
E-mail: jobs AT eastmeetswest DOT org

Find out more by visiting the organization’s web site

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Executive Director – Korean Community Ctr – Oakland

Posted by sedwardyang on December 22, 2006

Executive Director
Korean Community Center of the East Bay
Oakland, California

The Korean Community Center of the East Bay (KCCEB) is nationally recognized as one of the most innovative and progressive agencies based in the Korean American community, and one of the most competent multi-services provider to the Korean immigrant community in the Bay Area. For over 25 years, KCCEB has worked with Korean American and other Bay Area communities to develop community-based resources through education, advocacy, and direct services. Current program areas include:
• Social Service Information and Assistance
• Immigration/Citizenship Services
• Comprehensive Family Violence Services
• Youth Leadership Development
• Community Resource Development Program
• Faith-based Community Organizing

In addition to these main program areas, KCCEB also hosts the Han Ma Um Summer Camp for 90-120 youth each summer. KCCEB provides services to over 3000 individuals and their families every year. Currently, KCCEBís annual operating budget is $600,000 with 11 full time and part-time staff.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Vision and Strategy, Program Development: Oversees KCCEB’s programs while working collaboratively with its staff and board. Develops long-range strategic and program plans, including evaluation and tracking systems with staff. Ultimately responsible for all KCCEB public activities, representation and programs.

Fundraising: Oversees and implements long-term fund development strategies, including from foundation, major donor, and other grassroots sources. Researches funding sources, meets with funders, writes and submits grant proposals and reports. Supervises overall donor campaigns and fundraising activities such as annual dinner events.

Public Relations: Serves as organizational spokesperson and acts as liaison with collaborative partners and agencies, funders, and other donors. Responsible for public relations, media communications, and nurturing strategic partnerships with allies. Oversees and develops agency’s overall message and reputation.

Staff Management and Development: Oversees recruitment of new staff and staff development opportunities. Provides consistent coordination and leadership to staff across multiple programs. Directly supervises and evaluates staff and supports other staff in their supervision responsibilities. Ensures that personnel policies are up-to-date and adhered to in all hiring and employment practices. Fosters a collaborative work environment.

Finance and Administration: Develops and monitors annual budget. Maintains fiscal solvency of the organization and ensures timely reporting and compliance with state and federal agencies, and funding sources. Ensures that proper fiscal accounting and controls are in accordance with the guidelines of funding sources while using sound accounting practices. Oversees management of Koryo Village Center property.

Board of Directors Reporting and Development Reports monthly to the board on agency-wide developments including programs, staffing/management, finance, fundraising, and external work. Works with the board to ensure their involvement in program, fundraising, and overall organizational governance.

Required Candidate Skills/Attributes: Community Commitment: A demonstrated commitment and ability to work in the Korean American community, including first and second generation KAís, and its more marginalized communities such as adoptees and LGBTís.

Communication: Strong speaking and writing skills, able to represent the organizationís vision and views. Deals well with diverse viewpoints, has experience working in and/or building collaborations, and an ability to handle contacts with the media.

Collaboration: Ability to work collaboratively with a highly-motivated and diverse team of staff and community leaders in a transparent management style. Experienced in working with people from a variety of backgrounds.

Management: Experienced in supervising staff, programs and/or organizations.

Desired Qualifications:
• Fluency in both the Korean and English language
• Experience in any of the following:
◦ successful fundraising from foundations, community fundraising and/or donor development
◦ non-profit financial management, documentation, and reporting
◦ strategic and/or organizational development
◦ community organizing

Compensation: The compensation package is competitive with similar service and advocacy organizations of its size and budget. Final salary offered will be based on the applicantís meeting job qualifications and commensurate relevant experience. Salary range is $40,000-$50,000 plus benefits including healthcare, vision, dental, vacation and other benefits.

Location and Work: Oakland, California. The Executive Director position requires some evening and weekend work, as well as travel within the Bay Area.

KCCEB is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: Applicants should e-mail a cover letter and resume no later than March 1, 2007 to:

Korean Community Center of the East Bay
E-mail: searchED AT kcceb DOT org

Find out more by visiting the organization’s web site

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