APANO Seeks Membership Coordinator

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organization:Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon
position summary:

APANO seeks 20 hour/week Membership Coordinator to increase membership outreach, communications and engagement in our statewide policy advocacy and civic engagement activities. Candidate should be dedicated, creative and motivated, and will work in the areas of membership coordination, database and office management.

Job Responsibilities

  • Work with APANO Coordinator and Membership/Fundraising committee to increase new membership and renewals
  • Process membership applications and renewals including database, payment, and acknowledgment
  • Run membership reports and lists from database
  • Coordinate membership drives and renewals through phone banks and mailings
  • Support volunteer recruitment and retention
  • Coordinate APANO's quarterly membership meetings
  • Work with APANO Coordinator to manage membership communications
  • Coordinate general communications with staff, including website, E-News, facebook, twitter
  • Develop, review, edit and prepare APANO outreach materials including brochures, event flyers and programs
  • Provide general support
  • Provide logistical support and outreach for other APANO meetings/events
  • Assist with mail pickup, bank deposit, phone messages, office organization and cleaning as directed
  • Attend regular staff meetings

Compensation and Hours

  • 20 hours per week, $12/hour starting as independent contractor, with potential to move to regular employee status.
  • Primarily weekday work schedule, including some work-from-home flexibility, and an average of one evening a week and one Saturday each month.
  • Position is based in Portland and expected to work from Portland Office at 922 N Killingsworth Ave.
  • Work related travel outside of local area will be reinbursed (mileage at nonprofit rate)

About APANO

APANO is a volunteer-led, social justice organization advocating for the interests of Asians and Pacific Islanders. APANO is organized as a community coalition that includes community leaders, activists, and allies from the Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

APANO mission

The mission of APANO is to create an alliance of organizations and individuals that can mobilize the social, cultural, and political strengths of Asian Pacific Islander communities in Oregon. APANO promotes self-sufficiency so that these communities are able to reach their full potential and achieve prosperity. APANO believes it will achieve its mission through the following principles:

  1. Strong API communities will help enhance the quality of life in our larger society
  2. Prosperity means life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  3. Successful bridges between cultures can and should exist

Application Process

  • Send resume and cover letter to Joseph Santos-Lyons, Coordinator at [email protected] Position is open until filled, first application review will begin July 15.
  • Interviews and references to follow as requested.
  • Position beginning in Portland Office as soon as possible.
Salary / Pay Rate:20 hours per week, $12/hour starting as independent contractor, with potential to move to regular employee status
Required Skills and Abilities:- Ability to maintain financial and contact information records with strong attention to detail - Strong verbal and written communication skills - Expertise with email, word, excel, web-based technology such as online contacts and social media - Ability to successfully manage multiple projects and responsibilities with consistent follow-through - Customer service experience in a work or volunteer setting Additional Abilities Desired (but not required): - Experience coordinating volunteers - Experience working with Asian Pacific American communities - Bi/multilingual in API language(s) a plus
website link:http://www.apano.org/