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Asian American Federation
Program Associate
Program Initiatives:
·Lend support to Program Director and consultants in the development of health promotion activities for community-based agencies
·Assist in evaluating and responding to the organizational development needs of member agencies
·Research innovative program development/delivery models, especially for Asian immigrant youth
·Research and disseminate funding opportunities for Asian-serving programs
·Maintain communication with agencies to track progress and respond to issues and needs
·Coordinate a volunteer cultivation program serving the needs of member agencies

Administrative:
·Conduct agency interviews and administer base line data questionnaire
·Plan and coordinate training and other educational workshops
·Assist with the preparation of program proposals for funding
·Prepare progress reports, correspondence, agenda and minutes ·Other duties as assigned.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience plus an excellent benefit package

Qualifications:
-Master’s Degree in Public Health, Social Work, Psychology or related fields
-Understanding of the inner workings of a nonprofit community-based organization
-Minimum two years work experience with a community-based organization (within a program development capacity preferred)
-Experience working with youth and familiarity with immigrant issues preferred
-Excellent project management, writing and communication skills a must, and
-Ability to work independently and manage time effectively a must.

Application: E-mail a letter of interest and resume to: Rosalie R. Sanchez, Program Director; at e-mail: rsanchez@aafny.org



Asian American Federation
Director of Development & Communications
Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Director of Development & Communications is responsible for developing and implementing fundraising, marketing, and communications plans in support of the Federation’s strategic goals and objectives. Specific responsibilities include the following:

    • Manage the multi-function Development Department and its initiatives. Work closely with the Board’s Development Committee. Direct the development staff, which currently consists of one other full-time position, and related consultants. Develop and manage the departmental budget.
      Manage and further expand the Annual Fund, Annual Benefit Gala, as well as donor outreach and cultivation efforts.
      Oversee funding research, grant requests and reports, and maintain relations with foundation and corporate giving officers.
      Coordinate and enhance external communications to increase program impact and the general visibility of the Federation.
      Develop and implement marketing strategies targeting corporations and businesses.
      Work closely with the Executive Director, Board, and consultants to design and implement long-term fund development strategies, including the development of a Major Gifts program.

  • The Asian American Federation is a leadership organization with a current membership of 36 non-profit agencies located throughout New York City. Its major services and programs include management & technical services to its member agencies; policy research and advocacy on Asian American issues; and the Asian American Community Fund, which makes grants to the member agencies and other community organizations. Several special initiatives that are underway include the following: philanthropy & volunteerism, information technology, and the census information center.

    Qualifications:
    • Established track record that demonstrates strength in the area of Individual Giving.
      Five or more years of experience and demonstrated success in foundation and corporate fundraising.
      Solid experience in the development and support of marketing, communications, and media strategies.
      Proven experience in managing staff and departmental budget.
      Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines in a timely fashion.
      Excellent writing, oral, interpersonal and organizational skills.
      Experience with reorganization, design and management of database tracking systems and other tools to support and maintain effective back office operations of all development and communications related activities.
      Creative, strategic, entrepreneurial, and result-oriented.
      Background or personal experience with financial/wealth management or planning a plus.
      Bilingual/bicultural; knowledge of, or experience with Asian American donors, businesses, and community affairs preferred.
      Master’s degree in management, marketing or related fields preferred.

  • Compensation: Competitive salary commensurate with qualifications. Full benefit package.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to:
    Mr. Cao K. O
    Executive Director
    Asian American Federation of New York
    120 Wall Street, 3rd Floor
    New York, N.Y. 10005


    The Asian American Federation is an equal opportunity employer.



    Asian American Writers' Workshop
    Arts-in-Education, Director
    The Director coordinates and oversees the Workshop¹s various outreach initiatives with youth, particularly CreateNow, a ten-week intensive Saturday program for students ages 14-19. The director works to recruit students/facilitators and teachers, develops creative multi disciplinary exercises around Asian American literature, and manages related administrative/financial duties. The Director also collaborates with schools, organizations and centers to present events, tours with authors, and other community outreach programs. The Workshop will be expanding its work with youth over the next six months and is seeking a candidate who has experience/vision for developing new, vibrant programs.

    Position is part-time, 25+ hours per week, $10 per hour with full health/dental benefits. Flexible Schedule. Negotiable.

    Please mail cover letter and resume to:
    Managing Director
    The Asian American Writers¹ Workshop
    16 West 32nd Street, Suite 10A
    New York, NY 10001
    or email to desk@aaww.org as a Microsoft Word attachment



    Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc
    Executive Assistant, Intake/Support Specialist, Case Manager, ESL Instructor
    An established non-profit organization located in lower Manhattan is now accepting applications for the following career opportunities. Bilingual skills (Chinese/English) are required for all positions.

    Executive Assistant (F/T): A proactive and energetic assistant is needed to provide administrative support to the Executive Director. Requirements: College degree; 2 years related work experience; MS Office proficiency; and be flexible and well organized.

    Intake/Support Specialist (F/T): An energetic assistant is needed to provide clerical support to an afterschool youth program. Requirements: High School graduate; 2 years related work experience; MS Office proficiency; excellent bilingual (Chinese) communication and writing skills; organized and detail oriented; and ability to multitask and work independently.

    Case Managers (P/T): The qualified candidates will inspire and guide young adults through an afterschool educational and employment program. Responsibilities include: Assist in the recruitment, testing, and enrollment of youth; manage participant cases; lead group counseling sessions; provide follow-up services; maintain documentation; and other duties as necessary. Requirements: BA in relevant field; 1 year work experience (direct services with youth a plus); excellent communication skills; MS Office proficiency; and be a team player with excellent follow-through. Salary up to: $20/hour.

    ESL Instructor (F/T): The successful candidate will provide ESL instruction to young adults. Requirements: BA in English or relevant field and 2 years teaching experience. Bilingual (Chinese/English) skills preferred.

    Interested candidates should fax their resume and cover letter (include job title) to: ISY Program (212) 571-1686.



    Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
    Child Welfare Program Coordinator
    The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families is a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to improving the well being of Asian American children in New York City by increasing their access to health and human services. The Coalition seeks to educate policy makers and the public about the needs of Asian American children, train Asian American parents as advocates, and help service providers become more culturally sensitive to our diverse community. This is a new, full-time position. Duties will include:

    1) Training: Pilot, finalize, and implement a training curriculum for child welfare professionals on best practices when working with Asian American families.

    2) Technical Assistance: Provide technical assistance to child welfare service providers, such as assisting with developing services and strategies for Asian American families.

    3) Community Outreach and Education: Disseminate information to community-based organizations, ethnic media, and Asian American parents about preventing child abuse and about ACS procedures and processes.

    4) Policy and Advocacy: Develop strategies and recommend policy changes to prevent child abuse and neglect among Asian American families and to shorten foster care placements of Asian American children.

    5) Resource Bank: Develop a resource bank with information relating to Asian American children, parenting styles, and child welfare.

    6) Collaboration and Networking: Develop relationships with other organizations and advocacy groups working on child welfare and immigrant issues.

    Preferred Experience: Masters in human services, preferably in social work, or a Bachelors with substantial experience in child welfare; experience with public speaking or conducting trainings; familiarity with Asian American communities; interest in policy and advocacy; and excellent oral and written communication skills. Fluency in an Asian language is preferred but not required.

    Interested candidates should mail or email a résumé and cover letter with salary requirements to:
    Jessica Lee
    Executive Director
    The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
    120 Wall Street, 3rd Floor
    New York, NY 10005
    cacf@cacf.org



    Jumpstart for Young Children
    Director of Program Operations
    Jumpstart is looking for a highly motivated individual to help build Jumpstart’s internal and external capacity as a rapidly growing organization in New York City. The Director of Program Operations will be responsible for recruiting and supporting college students to serve as Corps Members and coordinating communication and program operations. This involves high levels of management and coordination of staff, college students, administrators, work-study officers, preschool directors and community partners. The essence of the Director of Program Operation position is outreach and relationship building to support college students who are interested in making a difference in the lives of young children.

    Qualifications
    ·Bachelors degree required; Masters in Public Administration, Social Work or Education preferred
    ·Experience in a management position, preferably with college students
    ·Strong interpersonal skills and outreach/public speaking experience
    ·Strong oral and written communication skills
    ·Highly organized and flexible in a changing environment
    ·Candidates should be creative, innovative and open minded (i.e. develop new marketing strategies to target Corps members)
    ·Motivated and interested in learning within a growing, entrepreneurial organization
    ·Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
    ·Commitment to Jumpstart’s mission and values of quality, challenge, diversity, respect, and kindness

    Send or fax cover letter and resume to:
    Brigit Beyea, Executive Director
    Jumpstart New York
    505 8th Avenue, Suite 2207
    New York, NY 10018
    (p) 212.868.2526 x13
    (f) 212.868.3115
    brigit_beyea@jstart.org
    For additional information, visit our website at www.jstart.org.



    Jumpstart for Young Children
    Program Coordinator
    Jumpstart is looking for a highly motivated individual who want to make change happen for young children and their families. The Program Coordinator will work on a New York program team comprised of the Program Director and three other Program Coordinators. Together, these individuals will implement a strong Jumpstart program for hundreds of children and families and 140 New York City college students. The essence of the Program Coordinator position is one of relationship building – with preschools, their families, college students, and community partners.

    Qualifications
    ·College degree required
    ·Candidates should have a strong background in one of the following two areas, and experience in the other:
    1)Early childhood education and/or a degree in Education
    2)Experience in a supervisory position, preferably with college students
    ·Highly organized and flexible in a changing environment
    ·Strong oral and written communication skills
    ·Motivated and interested in learning within a growing, entrepreneurial organization
    ·Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
    ·Commitment to Jumpstart’s mission and values of quality, challenge, diversity, respect, and kindness

    Send or fax cover letter and resume to:
    Brigit Beyea, Executive Director
    Jumpstart New York
    505 8th Avenue, Suite 2207
    New York, NY 10018
    (p) 212.868.2526 x13
    (f) 212.868.3115
    brigit_beyea@jstart.org
    For additional information, visit our website at www.jstart.org.



    Korean American Family Service Center
    After-School Program Counselor
    Seeking: After-School Program Counselor (3 day part-time counselor/24 hr)

    Korean American Family Service Center(KAFSC). The mission of KAFSC is 1) to serve the needs of individuals affected by family violence or conflict through intervention and counseling; 2) to empower them through assistance and support; and 3) to promote healthy family relationships through community outreach and education.

    Qualifications:
    -a bachelor's degree in social work, education, counseling, or related field
    -experience in working with children preferred
    -proficient in Korean and fluent in English

    Duties and Responsiblities:
    -assist director of the program in coordinating Hodori program
    -plan and prepare group activities
    -responsible for all administrative and clinical paper work
    -assist with children's homework
    -provide individual counseling on a needed basis

    Contact:Seung Yeon Lee-Hodori After-school Program Director
    Tel: (212) 465-0664 or (718) 460-3800
    Fax: (212) 279-6650 or (718) 460-3965
    Email: kafsc@worldnet.att.net



    National Education Association (NEA)
    Position: Senior Professional Associate (Education Outreach Programs)
    Source Code: PN0138
    SALARY RANGE: $54,591 - $92,222
    Closing: July 31, 2001
    Location: Washington, DC

    The National Education Association (NEA) seeks qualified professional to plan and develop Education Outreach programs dealing with a variety of issues, such as reading/literacy and community/business/education involvement. A major portion of responsibilities includes implementing the Read Across America literacy program. Requires five years experience in program planning, implementation and evaluation, preferably for a high-profile program. Experience must include developing creative program implementation and marketing strategies and establishing cooperative relationships with organizations, businesses and communities. Frequent travel.

    Visit our web site for detailed information. Apply online at www.nea.org/jobs or EMAIL résumé to nea@rpc.webhire.com. Include source in subject line of e-mail. Relocation Assistance. EOE



    The Ford Foundation
    Executive Assistant
    Summary Description: Provides administrative and office management support to the Vice President of Communications and in the coordination of work between the Office of Communications’ staff and the Vice President’s office. Performs secretarial, office management and general unit planning activities for the Vice President, including helping to ensure the smooth functioning and adequate information flow among the Office of Communications staff (approximately 15 members). Builds and maintains office infrastructure and tracks a wide variety of communications and administrative activities requiring close adherence to deadlines, discretion in confidential matters and the exercise of independent judgment. Serves as a resource to the Office of Communications’ staff and helps to plan and participates in unit meetings, and serves as initial point of contact for the Vice President from internal and external sources, including the press and public.

    Additional activities include: drafting correspondence, calendar maintenance, meeting and travel arrangements, screening calls and other inquiries, routing communications tactfully and effectively, facilitating consistent communication with overseas offices and other units, performing Internet searches for information gathering, assisting in preparation of material for Board of Trustee meetings and facilitating the production of informational videos, including the General Staff Meeting videotaping.

    To apply for employment, please send resume and cover letter including salary information to Ms. T. Smith OR to FAX # (212) 351-3644.



    The Fortune Society
    Education Program Manager
    Responsibility: manage adult literacy, pre-GED, and ESOL program; supervise staff, write and compile reports, manage program data, coordinate program services, communicate with funders. Quality: BA/BS or higher; 2 years’ supervisory experience; knowledge of adult literacy/ESOL practice; experience with criminal justice and/or substance abuse population a plus. Send resume/letter to The Fortune Society, 53 W. 23rd Street, NY, NY 10010, attn Human Resources Department. Fax: (212) 255-4948, or email jgordon@fortunesociety.org.


    YWCA NYC, Flushing Branch
    Community Development Director (F/T)
    Experience in fundraising and/or public relations, particularly in a field related to youth, education, social services and senior programs. Knowledge of City contracts, foundations, and funding resources as well as proposal and grant writing. Excellent written/interpersonal and communication skills.

    Requirements - B.A. 1-year experience in non-profit. Bilingual in Korean/Mandarin preferred.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Please contact or send resume to Roeme Kim, Executive Director YWCA, 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355. Fax (718) 353-4044 or email: rkim@ywcanyc.org



    YWCA NYC, Flushing Branch
    Youth Job Developer (F/T)
    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to develop jobs and place youth in temporary and permanent positions.

    Requirements - B.A., 2-3 years experience in youth employment preferred. Bilingual in Korean/Mandarin preferred.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Send resume to Eun Joo Kim, Director of Center for Youth Development, YWCA Center for Youth Development, 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355. Fax (718) 353-9990 or email: ekim@ywcanyc.org



    YWCA NYC, Flushing Branch
    Social Worker (F/T)
    Provide counseling in areas of social services, including immigration and citizenship. Develop and facilitate programs for immigrant community.

    Requirements - CSW preferred, relevant experience helpful. Bilingual Korean/Mandarin preferred.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Please contact or send resume to Roeme Kim, Executive Director YWCA, 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355. Fax (718) 353-4044 or email: rkim@ywcanyc.org



    YWCA NYC, Flushing Branch
    Universal Pre-K Kindergarten Teacher (F/T)
    Must be creative and energetic. Be able to help write and execute a curriculum that meets the needs of the individual child in a unique bilingual atmosphere. Good interpersonal and communication skills.

    Requirements - B.A. or 60 credits towards/NYS N-6 certified a plus.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Please contact or send resume to Lois Etline, Director of the Early Learning Center, YWCA Early Learning Center, 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355. Fax (718) 353-4044 or email: letline@ywcanyc.org



    YWCA NYC, Flushing Branch
    Youth Program Coordinator (F/T)
    Develop and execute educational youth programs and events. Individual/group counseling for youth, ages 10-21. Provide leadership training. Prepare program reports and evaluation preparation.
    Requirements - MSW, 1-3 years experience in working with youth/families and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Bilingual in Korean/Mandarin preferred.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Send resume to Eun Joo Kim, Director of Center for Youth Development, YWCA Center for Youth Development, 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355. Fax (718) 353-9990 or email: ekim@ywcanyc.org



     
     

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