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, and we’re looking for a few more dedicated individuals to help us lead this movement.
We have offices in Washington, D.C. and Oakland, California that are filled with incredibly talented people, and we are currently looking to fill the following positions:
National CAPACD seeks a highly organized, proactive, and collaborative individual to support its business operations in Washington, DC.
The Executive Office Coordinator (“Coordinator”) is a non-exempt position based in our Washington, DC office. In addition to overseeing business operations for the Washington, DC office, the Coordinator will also provide clerical and administrative support for events and projects based out of the DC office. The Coordinator will play a key role in managing the Executive Director’s schedule, communicate with members, external partners and supporters, and will be instrumental in planning organizational meetings. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, proactive, and able to manage projects and budgets independently. The ability to learn new processes quickly and subsequently apply that knowledge is extremely important in this position.
Based in Washington, D.C.
National CAPACD seeks a talented and engaging Policy Director to lead its policy and advocacy initiatives aimed at preventing the displacement of low-income Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
The Policy Director will work closely with program and senior staff and member organizations to identify solutions and address the greatest threat to housing stability for over two million low-income AAPIs: displacement due to gentrification and high cost housing. Almost 75% of AAPIs in poverty live in high housing cost metropolitan areas and approximately 65% of AAPIs in poverty live in high housing cost zip codes – these concentrations are higher than for any other racial or ethnic group and over double the proportion of the general poverty population.