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 American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. Our staff is made up of a dedicated and talented team of leaders, and we are currently looking to fill the following positions:

Director of Data & Evaluation
National CAPACD seeks a Director of Data & Evaluation to strengthen the organization’s impact by leading evaluation activities across all programs and departments and fostering a culture of learning. The Director of Data & Evaluation will lead in the efforts to measure, analyze, and report on the organization’s impact and effectiveness. The position will help to advance a culture of learning within the organization, working closely with all departments to improve accountability to our members, partners, and funders; enhance program development; inform policy priorities; leverage increased visibility and resources; and ultimately deepen our coalition’s impact. This position will provide thought leadership, planning, technical assistance, and day-to-day guidance on evaluation activities; conduct analysis of and contribute to dissemination of impact data; and drive the development and improvement of data management systems.

Director of People & Culture
National CAPACD is seeking its first-ever Director of People & Culture to develop a transformational and cohesive talent strategy that builds and improves upon existing processes and systems and advances a culture of belonging and accountability. This role comes at an exciting time in National CAPACD’s history, as we make the jump from 20 to 30 employees by the end of 2023, shift to a primarily remote work environment, and embark on the first year of a new strategic plan. The Director will have the opportunity to apply equitable employment practices to human resource (HR) policies and decisions, and foster a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) lens to all aspects of people management. The Director will support staff in the areas of talent development, talent acquisition, team cohesion, staff relations, and the overall candidate and employee experience from hire to rehire. The Director will build, enhance, and promote frameworks, policies, and tools to develop, reward, and retain National CAPACD’s extraordinary staff. They will serve as an in-house expert and strategist on all talent and HR-related issues.

Grants & Network Specialist
National CAPACD seeks a Grants & Network Specialist to provide support for programs that strengthen community-based organizations with pass-through funding, capacity building resources, and network-building opportunities. Each year, National CAPACD passes through approximately 40% of its budget to support community development programming in the areas of housing counseling, tenant organizing, financial empowerment, small business, and other place-based initiatives. The Grants & Network Specialist will provide support for these grant-making activities, as well as assist with deployment of other capacity-building resources and implementation of network-building opportunities. Altogether, the Grants & Network Specialist will coordinate the administration of approximately 100 different sub-grant contracts to 60 different organizations (based on 2022 data). In these efforts, the Grants & Network Specialist will work with program staff to implement best practices for equitable grant-making. This position will also work closely with other staff within the organization toward fulfilling programmatic and organizational strategic plans.


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