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:

Grants Specialist
Based in Oakland, CA or Washington, DC

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 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 Specialist will coordinate the administration of over 100 different sub-grant contracts to approximately 60 different organizations (based on 2022 estimates). The Grants Specialist will work closely with other agency and program staff toward fulfilling programmatic and organizational strategic plans. This is an exempt, full-time position based in our Oakland, CA or Washington, DC office, and reporting to the Deputy Director.

Housing Program Training Manager
Based in Oakland, CA or Washington, DC

The Housing Program Training Manager will develop and implement capacity building strategies to support a network of HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agencies (HCAs) across the country to comply with HUD program requirements and regulations, including HUD counselor certification. In collaboration with other program staff, the Training Manager will expand and strengthen National CAPACD’s Housing Counseling Network to effectively deliver linguistically and culturally appropriate housing counseling services. The Housing Program Training Manager will do this through building a program to increase HCAs’ ability to access funding, technical assistance, and training. The Housing Program Training Manager will report to the Director of Economic Empowerment and will collaborate closely with the Housing Program Manager and Housing Program Coordinator who oversee grant management and compliance. The Training Manager may task supervise and support other program staff to ensure successful implementation and sustainable growth. This is an exempt, full-time position based in either our Oakland, CA or Washington, DC office.


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