JOB DESCRIPTION: The Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) is a non-profit organization specializing in family violence, mental health, and social services to Korean immigrant families. KAFSC is seeking a Project Manager for a new 18-month project to break the cycle of domestic violence by educating, mobilizing, and counseling Korean immigrant men and 2nd generation boys. The Project Manager will be responsible for community organizing, coalition-building, training, and prevention education. S/he will also develop public awareness materials, conduct media outreach, organize conferences, and work in coalition with community/faith leaders. This is an exempt position. Individual must speak, read, and write Korean fluently.
Work closely with Korean men and boys to educate and counsel them on DV.
Recruit and work with community/faith leaders to develop DV coalition.
Create DV-related educational resources in Korean and English.
Recruit and train Korean male mentors/coaches for prevention education.
Help develop public service announcements and/or ads.
Develop and maintain social media including KAFSC website, blogs, Facebook, etc.
Maintain documentation and produce reports of all project activities and ensure compliance with project requirements.
Must work evenings and weekends when needed.
Must travel frequently in Los Angeles County and beyond.
MSW, MFT, or comparable degree.
Must speak, read and write Korean fluently.
At least 1 year experience working with Korean immigrant populations.
Ability to engage with and mobilize Korean immigrant men.
Experience working with Korean faith or community leaders preferred.
Experience with government-funded contracts and audits preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Comfortable with public speaking.
Car and auto insurance.
Annual salary $34,000+ DOE, plus medical benefits.
40-hour DV training and certification.
Please email your resume, a cover letter, AND 2-3 references to:
Alice Lee at email@example.com (no phone calls please)
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