Economic Self-Sufficiency Program Manager
SEADC seeks a full-time program manager to lead the Economic Self-Sufficiency Department programs supporting low-income Southeast Asian adults. Our Economic Self-Sufficiency (ESS) team serves over 350 adults, by providing them with the tools to be work-ready, placed into jobs, improve English and self-efficacy skills, access to basic needs and housing. Reporting directly to the Program Director, the Program Manager manages all aspects of program quality, delivery, and implementation of programs. The Program Manager directs the day-to-day operations of our ESS programming, manages internal and external relationships, and supports a team of up to 5 staff, coaches and supports volunteers, drives processes and strategies to reduce poverty and increase income for our adults, and uses data to drive decision-making and progress. For more information, please click here.
Economic Success Program Manager
Southeast Asian Development Center (SEADC) seeks an Economic Success Program Manager to lead our Economic Success Department programs supporting low-income Southeast Asian adults by providing them with the tools to be work-ready, placed into jobs, improve English and self-efficacy skills, and have access to basic needs and housing. As our Economic Success Program Manager, you will manage all aspects of the programs, direct the day-to-day program operations, manage internal and external relationships, and support a team of up to 5 staff, coach and support volunteers, and drive strategies to reduce poverty. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
Southeast Asian Development Center is seeking a Health Educator to improve the well-being and health of Southeast Asian Americans living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our Health Educator, is responsible for planning, implementing, and reporting on health- and wellness-related activities such as community outreach, workshops, facilitate peer support groups, health education, and other activities. The goal is to promote and build healthy life skills for our participants. Moreover, our Health Educator has experience working with youth, between 5th to 12th grades and families who have various health disparities.. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
Marketing and Development Associate
The Marketing and Development Associate will be supporting the Development and Communications Director with the planning, organizing, and execution of all SEADC’s communications and fundraising efforts. The Marketing and Development Associate additionally will be providing some administrative support to the SEADC office.
This position will offer opportunities to engage in every aspect of our operation and develop a crucial role within the organization as we grow our capacity to serve more Southeast Asian youth and families. This position is ideal for recent graduates with a degree in marketing, communications, or business. For more information, please click here.
The Southeast Asian Development Center (SEADC) is looking for a Case Manager to provide one-on-one case management services to at-risk and high-risk individuals. The Case Manager will be skilled in working one-on-one with vulnerable populations and has knowledge of the Southeast Asian community and the historical context that impacts their day-to-day life.
The Case Manager is responsible for the coordination, links, and referrals that our clients need for the services and resources available for them in the community and at SEADC. The goal is to empower our clients to draw on their own strengths and capabilities, promote wellness, and achieve an overall improved quality of life. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
Mental Health Specialist
Southeast Asian Development Center (SEADC) seeks a full-time Mental Health Specialist to provide clinically and culturally competent mental health services to youth and adults. The Mental Health Specialist conducts psych-assessments, prepares intervention and treatment plans, provides short-term individual and group therapy, and meets with the behavioral health services team to coordinate clinical services for clients. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
High School Youth Development Specialist
Southeast Asian Development Center (SEADC) seeks a High School Youth Development Specialist. You will manage 30 – 40 Southeast Asian students, ages 13 -18 years old, after school hours and extended summer hours, living in San Francisco. The High School Youth Development Specialist will develop engaging and fun academic and social skills workshops to prepare youth in grades kindergarten through high school to be college and work-ready. The department’s programs include daily out-of-school time program activities for K-12 graders focusing on tutoring, homework support, life skills and enriching social/cultural activities, teen leadership development activities, career exploration, and job placements. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
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Bilingual (Cambodian & English) Community Manager
Are you bilingual (Cambodia & English) and have a deep understanding of the Cambodian community experience and needs? You may be interested in joining the team whose main responsibilities are to support limited English-speaking Cambodians with accessing basic life needs, language support, and navigating community, government, and social services. The Community Navigator will provide in-person, telephone, and remote services. Additionally, they would monitor client progress and follow-up with referrals to internal and external providers, community resources, and supportive services. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
Are you a leader who wants to transform circumstances for real people, every day? We are seeking a leader, experienced in managing mission-driven teams providing scaled programs for underserved communities in the Bay Area. Experience in direct service nonprofits; experience in support of low-income immigrants and refugees, is a home run. A background in organizational development, strategy/program design, and budget management is vital. For more information and how to apply, please click here.
SEADC is seeking up to individuals to serve on its Board of Directors. The Board will support the work of SEADC and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day to-day operations are led by SEADC Executive Director, Board-ED relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected. For more information and how to apply, click here.