Employment Opportunities

The following positions are available at AACA.

To apply to any posting, send your resume and cover letter to:
HR Department
Asian American Civic Association
87 Tyler Street, 5th floor
Boston, MA 02111
Email: hr@aaca-boston.org


Consultant Posting

AACA is looking to hire a temporary consultant to provide grant/contract management and program management services for its Partnership for Automotive Career Education (PACE) program. Contract would begin March 1, 2014 and end June 30, 2014.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and send quarterly reports and invoices to funder(s)
  • Prepare and send quarterly narrative reports to funder(s)
  • Enter and update data in funder database
  • Track and report program performance and outcomes as outlined in funding contract
  • Maintain regular contact with program staff and funder(s)
  • Assist COO with program management duties as necessary

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Experience with grants/contracts management and program management in a non-profit/public setting
  • Highly detail-oriented
  • Excellent data entry skills
  • Excellent writing skills

Compensation: To be negotiated. Please provide cost proposal with resume.

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and cost proposal by February 21 to the address above.


Intake Coordinator/Case Manager Job Posting

Full-time Position Available: Intake Coordinator/Case Manager. This is a full-time position in our Workforce Development Center, with duties split between intake of job training applicants and case management of job training participants.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Intake Coordination:

  • Coordinate assessment and selection processes for job training programs , including conducting weekly information and testing sessions, scheduling applicant interviews, making referrals for applicants not admitted to the program, informing applicants of acceptance decision, and coordinating funding process
  • Address applicant questions regarding programs, applications, and funding
  • Lead weekly intake information and testing sessions for program applicants; Score intake tests
  • Prepare clients to apply for Individual Training Account vouchers when appropriate; Manage relationships with Career Center counselors for attainment of ITA vouchers
  • Oversee funding process for non-ITA grant funds, including collecting and verifying eligibility documentation
  • Complete section 30 forms, liaison with the Department of Unemployment Assistance
  • Update Training Pro with new placement information and course data
  • Ensure client information and outcomes are recorded in AACA’s database

Case Management:

  • Meet with program participants to learn about education, skills, and employment history
  • Provide comprehensive assessment of students’ needs and barriers to obtaining and retaining employment
  • Develop and implement an individualized service plan for each student
  • Address barriers to work and training (i.e., transportation, housing, child care, family issues) through intervention and referrals and provide other case management as needed
  • Effectively enact financial coaching services
  • Provide individual case management strategies to participants while enrolled in training
  • Track attendance of program participants and enforce program attendance policy
  • Participate in the interviewing and selecting applicants for program admission
  • Ensure client information and outcomes are recorded in AACA’s database

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Interest in AACA’s mission of helping immigrants and economically disadvantaged people gain economic self-sufficiency
  • Experience with providing services to immigrants and others with barriers to employment
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Highly proficient in data entry and management
  • Strength at building and maintaining relationships
  • Excellent communication skills, oral and written; Dynamic presenter
  • Familiarity with standardized literacy tests (i.e. TABE) preferred
  • Background in human services preferred
  • Ability to take initiative; high energy

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Full benefit package included.

Posted: February 10, 2014. Position open until filled.


Mandarin Speaking Infant and Toddler and Preschool Lead Teachers and Teachers

普通話幼兒和學前教育教師

Qualifications/Requirements:

Lead Teacher—3 years Preschool or Infant/ Toddler teaching experience, Associates Degree in ECE or related fields (Bachelors preferred), fluent Mandarin and English.

Infant, Toddler or Preschool Teachers—4 ECE courses (AS in ECE preferred), 1 year experience with infants and toddlers or Preschool in a group setting, fluent Mandarin, proficient English.

資格:

  • 必須 EEC教師認證
  • 副學士幼兒發展或
  • 嬰兒,幼兒和學前兒童的經驗
  • 講普通話

Salary: Teacher with EEC License $18,000-$25,000 and Lead Teacher $28,000-$36,000.

Full benefits

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Care for children utilizing Reggio Emilia approach in a Mandarin Immersion setting.


Asian American Civic Association is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer