Opportunities

Join the National CAPACD family! During these particularly challenging times, we are committed to serving and advocating on behalf of our diverse and growing Asian Americans and Pacific Islander communities. We have offices in Washington, D.C. and Oakland, California made up of a dedicated and talented team of leaders, and we are currently looking to fill the following positions:


Organizing Network Manager
Based in Washington, DC.

National CAPACD seeks a full-time Organizing Network Manager to grow our national network of AAPI grassroots organizations committed to the issue of anti-displacement.

National CAPACD seeks an Organizing Network Manager to help lead implementation of the organization’s community organizing programming. The Organizing Manager will nurture and grow a national network of organizations, the #OurNeighborhoods Network, which is dedicated to building grassroots power to win campaigns for tenant protections, housing affordability, and preventing displacement of low income residents from their homes and neighborhoods. In addition, the Organizing Manager will coordinate with and support other National CAPACD staff and local practitioners to advance federal housing and economic justice policies. This is a full-time position based in our Washington, DC office, and reporting to the Director of Community Empowerment.


Fundraising Manager

National CAPACD seeks an experienced Fundraising Manager to support the development and execution of an organization-wide fund development strategy that meets the needs of a dynamic and growing organization with an annual budget of $3-4 million.

The Fundraising Manager reports to the Deputy Director and works closely with National CAPACD’s Executive Team. The Fundraising Manager plays a central role in building the fund development infrastructure. This includes executing a comprehensive fund development. This position is also responsible for positioning National CAPACD with major corporate, foundation, and public partners and works collaboratively with program directors to maintain and develop new funding relationships to support the organization’s work.