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KAFSC is currently hiring to fill the following positions:
KAFSC seeks a Self-Sufficiency Coordinator who will develop a strong program direction and long-term strategy development in order to meet the economic aspirations of survivors of domestic violence and KAFSC clients. She/he is responsible for implementing KAFSC’s ESOL, Legal Clinics, computer and financial literacy classes for survivors as well as managing referrals to job training and placement providers and comprehensive resource guide. She/he also manage KAFSC’s emergency fund for clients.
The Korean American Family Service Center is a leading, nonprofit organization that supports and empowers adults, youth and children to lead safe and healthy lives based on dignity, compassion and mutual respect. We are committed to preventing and ending domestic violence and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. KAFSC has a dynamic team of 25 full-time and part-time staff members and an annual operating budget of over 1.2 million dollars. www.kafsc.org
Self-Sufficiency Program Execution
Self-Sufficiency/Economic Empowerment Program Mapping & Management
How to Apply
KAFSC of New York is an equal opportunity employer. We are located in Flushing, NY
Part-Time Quickbooks Instructor
The Korean American Family Service Center is a leading, nonprofit organization that supports and empowers adults, youth and children to lead safe and healthy lives based on dignity, compassion and mutual respect. We are committed to preventing and ending domestic violence and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. KAFSC has a dynamic team of 25 full-time and part-time staff members and an annual operating budget of over 1 million dollars.
Our Self-Sufficiency Program provides job-readiness skills to improve self-confidence, basic skills, and economic self-sufficiency for clients who are survivors of domestic violence. English and computer classes are provided as a part of self-sufficiency program in order to assist our clients in developing job interview skills and résumé writing. We also offer job referrals for clients who are ready to seek employment.
KAFSC seeks a dynamic, experienced person to teach Quickbooks and basic accounting classes to Limited English Proficiency population (LEP). This position is non-exempt part-time position (paid hourly), and reports to Self-Sufficiency Coordinator.
•Develop and design weekly lesson and activity plans under the guidance of the Self-Sufficiency Coordinator.
•Maintain documentation of evaluations, ongoing instructional programs, student progress and communications.
•Report attendance, test scores and outcomes as requested.
•Track student outcomes; provide follow up services for documentation of outcomes.
•Develop and evaluate appropriate instructional materials.
•Have Quickbooks certification by ProAdvisor.
•Must be bilingual in Korean and English.
•Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or related field required.
•Experiences in teaching adults are a plus.
•At least one year commitment preferred.
•Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
•Sense of empathy towards victims or individuals who have experienced trauma.
•Familiarity with immigrant community is a plus.
Working Hours & Pay
At least 2 hours per week; 10 weeks each semester.
Hourly Rate will be determined by candidates’ experience.
How to Apply
Hodori After-School Program Assistant (Paid Internship)
Organization: Korean American Family Service Center, Inc.
Position: Hodori After-school Program Assistant (Paid Internship)
LENGTH: August 1, 2013 – August 31, 2014. Flexible but commitment of 6 months required.
WORKING HOURS: 20 hours per week. Usually 4 hours (2-6pm), Mon-Fri.
Candidates must be in good standing to extend it to another term after initial 6 months.
LOCATION: Flushing, New York
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
Founded in 1989, KAFSC is a leading not-for-profit organization assisting women, children, and families in the New York tri-state area to recognize and eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and relationship abuse. Our counseling, education, advocacy and support services help individuals empower themselves to build safe and healthy relationships based on mutual respect and dignity. We have 13 full-time and 12 part-time employees. Each year, we serve over 2,000 individuals and all our services are culturally sensitive, linguistically appropriate, and free. www.kafsc.org.
Hodori After-school program is one of the KAFSC core programs serving over 80 children, aged from 6 to 12, from low income Korean American families or other ethnic communities each semester. The primary goal is to provide children with academic, social, emotional and psychological support in a culturally and linguistically appropriate setting, while comprehensively supporting their parents and families. The program operates from 3 to 6 pm Monday through Friday at JHS 189 in Queens.
Goal of the Internship:
To provide a meaningful internship experience in a nonprofit and professional working environment. At the end of the internship, interns are expected to 1) deepen the understanding of Korean/Asian American community needs and social services, 2) build project management, effective communication, education and advocacy skills, and 3) strengthen professionalism and leadership skills, which will be foundation for his/her personal and career goals.
By working directly with Hodori After-school Program Manager and being mentored by the Executive Director, this internship gives candidates opportunities to broaden leadership and community service skills.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
KAFSC seeks an eager and passionate individual that assists its Hodori After-school Program and its daily activities. Under supervision of a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, this position will identify strengths and needs of children, adolescents and their parents and establish individualized plan for each client. This position will also provide on-going case management and support services as well as individual and group counseling for children.
This position will also provide administrative support to Executive Director as well as other leadership team members in community outreach, communication, and special events. This position will report directly to the Hodori Program Manager.
All interactions with our clients and constituents are to be handled in a professional, helpful and timely fashion to ensure the highest level of community service and ensuring supportive and welcoming environment for all.
• A Bachelor's degree
• Excellent communication and organizational skills
• Willingness to learn and grow professionally
• Interest, enthusiasm and affinity to help those in need
• Comfort working independently and with diverse team
• Working experience with children or youth preferred
• Graphic design skills a plus
• Bilingual in both Korean and English preferred, but not required
*This position is sponsored generously by anonymous donor.
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