Employment Opportunities

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The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence is currently seeking candidates to join our diverse staff in the following positions:

Position Summary: ATASK is seeking a highly organized, industrious, and mission-driven individual with a demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice to fill the position of Managing Attorney for the ATASK Legal Advocacy & Representation Program. The Managing Attorney will be responsible for leading the vision, mission, and values of ATASK’s Legal Advocacy and Representation Program; coordinating and managing the substantive work of legal staff; ensuring the day-to-day operation of the program; providing leadership in developing and implementing the program’s work plan for providing legal assistance to individual clients and law reform initiatives; overseeing staff supervision including evaluations of staff and the handling of other personnel issues; developing, managing and reporting on grants; collaborating with other legal services and participating in the ATASK management group on program wide policy issues.

ATASK’s mission is to empower Asian survivors of domestic violence and abuse to rebuild their lives. We bridge language and cultural gaps for Asian communities and advocate for social change. The ideal candidate will be a committed advocate for immigrant victims, survivors, and their children and will work as a collaborative team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive and holistic legal services to survivors. At present due to COVID-19, work is handled remotely, with the possibility to transition to working both remotely and in the office.

Hours: Full-Time, 40 hours per week (exempt). 9 am - 5 pm weekdays with possible after-hours / weekend work.

Reports To: Dawn Sauma, Co-Executive Director

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

● Manage, supervise, and mentor legal staff, law students, and pro bono attorneys.

● Maintain minimal case load of direct representation cases, including full and limited assistance

● Conduct legal intakes and legal services as needed.

● Guide responsive strategies for direct legal representation work, including developing culturally-specific products, culturally-responsive case priorities, and community partnerships.

● Develop a vision for effective outreach and education that promote access for Asian immigrant survivor communities.

● Develop relationships with pro bono providers and law schools, and community-based collaborators and providers located in diverse Asian ethnic communities.

● Participate in legal advocacy coalitions and relevant working groups that further the interests of Asian immigrant survivors and communities.

● Supervise the administration of grants that support the legal program including responding to grant solicitations, collecting relevant data, completing reports, and ensuring compliance.

● Oversee multidisciplinary legal practice best practices and ensure compliance with ethical and professional rules of professional responsibility for lawyers in non-legal agencies.

● Supervise maintenance, development, and improvement of essential data collection and legal database platforms.

● Attends regular supervision, team meetings and all staff meetings

● Able to flex hours to meet position responsibilities

● Attend and support ATASK fundraising events.

Qualifications:

● Admitted to Massachusetts Bar or ability to be admitted.

● At least eight (8) years of legal experience working with immigrant victims of gender-based violence in the areas of family law, immigration and poverty law matters. Prior family law litigation experience is preferred.

● At least 2-3 years of supervision/management experience, including supervision of legal and support staff

● Bi-cultural/bi-lingual in an Asian language and culture preferred.

● Understanding of gender-based violence amongst Asian communities and marginalized low-income groups.

● Committed to fighting for equity for marginalized Asian communities and ending structural barriers that perpetuate gender-based violence.

● Working knowledge of public interest legal services, immigration and court systems, education, mental health, public benefits, and child protection systems and the public policies that impact them.

● Exceptional interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills including the ability to effectively collaborate with a diverse group of internal and external colleagues, partners, and policymakers.

● Demonstrated ability to foster a compassionate, collegial, and supportive working environment.

● Experience managing or implementing state or federal grants preferred.

● Administrative and organizational skills with exceptional attention to detail.

● Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office 365, and high facility and comfort level learning new virtual platforms, databases, and other legal practice cloud-based programs.

● Ability to pass a background check (CORI) required.


Salary: Compensation begins at $100,000 and will be commensurate with experience. 

Benefits: Employer-sponsored Health, Dental, and Vision, Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, Massachusetts PFML, FSA, DCA, HRA, 401K, and generous paid time off including sick leave, personal days, 14 holidays, and up to 4 weeks of vacation.

Email your resume and a cover letter, including you qualifications, vision and interest to: 
Helen NgoTriage Paralegal/Program Coordinator
helen@atask.org

ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, and LGBTQ+ community members to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on the basis of any other legally protected category.
Position Summary: 

ATASK is seeking a highly organized, resourceful, and creative individual with a strong understanding of social justice and cultural humility to fill the position of Temporary Staff Attorney in ATASK's Legal Advocacy and Representation Program. This position will increase ATASK’s capacity and offer expanded culturally competent and comprehensive legal services to marginalized Asian immigrant communities, with a specific focus on low-income and limited English proficient survivors of domestic violence and domestic and intimate partner human trafficking.

This position will be responsible for providing legal intake, representation, and comprehensive legal counseling in humanitarian immigration legal relief, family law matters, and restraining orders to survivors of domestic violence. At present, due to COVID-19, work is handled remotely, with the possibility to transition to working both remotely and in the office. This is a temporary position to cover the current attorney’s maternity leave.

ATASK’s mission is to empower Asian survivors of domestic violence and abuse to rebuild their lives. We bridge language and cultural gaps for Asian communities and advocate for social change. The ideal candidate will be a committed advocate for immigrant victims, survivors, and their children and will work as a collaborative team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive and holistic legal services to survivors.

Hours: Full-Time, 40 hours per week. 9am-5pm on weekdays. Six (6) month position starting in July 2022, with possibility for extension.

Reports To: Managing Attorney, Legal Advocacy and Representation Program

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

● Provide legal consultations and counseling, advocacy, and direct full or limited representation to eligible ATASK clients in the following areas:

○ Family law – divorce, custody, support

○ 209A and 258E hearings

○ Humanitarian immigration relief for victims

○ Poverty law – public benefits, housing rights

○ Language Access rights

● Maintain responsibility for overall caseload and conduct case review.

● Independent legal research.

● Support effective and efficient multi-disciplinary collaboration between legal staff, community-based advocates, and clinicians.

● Conduct outreach to the legal community by attending meetings and roundtables with legal professionals.

● Perform other duties as needed, including duties as part of ATASK’s overall staff.

*Job description duties are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required by the employer.

Qualifications:
● This position is for an attorney with 2-5 years of practice experience.

● The candidate must be admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and be in good standing.

● Fluency in English and at least one other Asian language is preferred, but not required.

● Bi-cultural with a deep cultural understanding of Asian LEP immigrant community is preferred, but not required.

● Demonstrate ability and desire to work with diverse and marginalized populations.

● Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.

● Outstanding administrative and organizational skills with strong attention to detail.

● Ability to multi-task and complete projects on time and under deadline.

● Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

● Ability to work collaboratively as a team and as a self-led individual.

● Experience working with survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, or trauma is preferred, but not required.

● Willingness to travel to courts and government agencies as necessary.

● Ability to work with survivors in time-sensitive crisis situations.

● Committed to ending a culture of violence.

Salary Range: $57,000-$62,000

Benefits: Employer-sponsored Health, Dental, and Vision, Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, Massachusetts PFML, FSA, DCA, HRA, 401K, and generous paid time off including sick leave, personal days, 14 holidays, and up to 4 weeks of vacation.

Email your resume and cover letter to: 
Helen NgoTriage Paralegal/Program Coordinator
helen@atask.org

ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, and LGBTQ+ community members to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on the basis of any other legally protected category.

Position Summary: ATASK is in search of a passionate and dedicated individual to join our team as a full-time Manager of Residential Services, which is composed of the Emergency Shelter and the Transitional Housing Programs.  These programs, which are part of our Asian Shelter and Advocacy Program (ASAP), provide shelter and advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence. ATASK shelter operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.  The position is based out of our Emergency Shelter in Boston.


ATASK’s mission is to empower Asian survivors of domestic violence and abuse to rebuild their lives. Our work bridges language and cultural gaps for Asian communities and advocates for social change. The ideal candidate will be a passionate advocate for victims, survivors and their children and will work as a team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive services to the Asian and general community.


Hours:

  • Typically, Monday-Friday of various shifts: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Occasional after-hours and weekend work as needed for coverage and to respond to emergencies
  • Flexible schedule is expected

Reports to: ASAP Operations Manager & ASAP Clinical Manager

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

The Manager of  Residential Services is responsible for the smooth functioning and daily operations of the Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs. This position is responsible for creating and maintaining a respectful atmosphere, and the compassionate and respectful delivery of services.  Active participation and leadership ensuring high quality services and program standards is a key requirement of this position.

Duties include but are not limited to:

 

Managerial Responsibilities:

  • Manage overall functioning of ATASK’s Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs.
  • Supervise Shelter Advocate, Transitional Housing Advocate, Residential Counselors, and Interns, including use of client database, regular supervision, conducting  of evaluations, and approval of timesheets and schedules.
  • Hire, train and provide ongoing professional development opportunities for residential staff
  • Ensure that program staff fulfills all training requirements including Domestic Violence, CPR, First Aid, food safety, and any other applicable trainings/certifications
  • Schedule and ensure 24-hour coverage for the Emergency Shelter as well as the Hotline
  • Manage client and shelter crises, with consultation and support from the Management team
  • Maintain relationships with social service agencies, housing programs and community partners including DCF, housing authorities, transitional housing programs and Boston Healthcare for the Homeless.
  • Represent ATASK and make presentations at provider meetings and community events.
  • Continually assess program shelter policies and procedures, and update and/or develop accordingly.
  • Manage, evaluate and improve existing programs (i.e. Children’s Program, Community Building Program, PALS), and develop new programs based on client interest and need (i.e. support groups, survivor leadership)
  • Follow and reinforce ATASK and shelter policies and procedures for staff and clients, including the confidentiality of the shelter location and its residents.
  • Oversee the physical plant and shelter property to ensure its safety, maintenance, and compliance with building regulations required by the state and funders. This includes the coordination of vendors and capital projects.
  • Oversee and monitor program budgets
  • Conduct meetings related to residential programs, with residential staff, ATASK management team, and shelter clients
  • Attend other ATASK meetings such as direct services meetings, all staff meetings, and supervision
  • Ensure compliance with service delivery components of funding contracts and grants, and complete required forms and reports
  • Complete and submit grant reports for shelter and transitional housing, and provide support for other grant applications and reports
  • Maintain and update relevant program records and data, such as client statistics, maintenance logs, daily logs and client services records
  • Fill out ATASK incident reports as needed. Follow-up and conclude all incident reports
  • Attend and support ATASK fundraising events.
  • Keep up to date on new program and policy developments in the housing field.


Direct Service Responsibilities:

  • Answer the 24-hour hotline and provide follow-up to callers as needed
  • Screen, complete intake and assessments, and provide orientation for incoming shelter clients
  • Facilitate move-in and move-outs for shelter and transitional housing clients
  • Provide regular case management,  crisis intervention, client mediation, collaboration with external service providers, and wraparound service
  • Facilitate communal living and communication for a diverse population of residents
  • Collaborate with other ATASK programs (such as ESOL, Legal, Community Based Services, and Finance)
  • Maintain relationships and interface with residential program partners including donors, children’s programs, volunteers, other DV/SA programs, food banks, emergency personnel (fire, police, medical, crisis), and other agencies.
  • Coordinate, pick up and deliver donations from the Food Bank, Cradles to Crayons, and others

Education/Experience/Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 3 years’ experience in the field, or equivalent experience
  • Bilingual English and Asian language speaking preferred
  • Experience providing supervision, managing programs, and working in residential settings,
  • Experience with case management, group facilitation and individual counseling.
  • Understanding of housing issues and knowledge of community resources.
  • Demonstrated crisis intervention, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of trauma issues as they relate to domestic violence survivors and their families, causes and effects of domestic violence, related safety issues, ethnic diversity, and language and cultural barriers
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusivity, and ability to work effectively with a diverse population of clients
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills, and willingness to engage in difficult and direct conversations
  • Ability and willingness to speak in public
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Demonstrate a strong work ethic, a positive attitude, and dependability,
  • Good computer skills, including working knowledge of MS Office and Office 365
  • Current driver’s license required and access to a car preferred.
  • Ability to pass a background check (CORI) required
  • Flexible schedule

Salary Range: $55-70K

 

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.


To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to

Shruti Rauniyar

shruti@atask.org

The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, people of color, LGBQ/T individuals, and people with disabilities to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on basis of any other legally protected category.

Position Summary: ATASK is in search of a passionate and dedicated individual to join our team as Language Access Client Navigator. The position is within our Community Based Services Program, based out of our Lowell site serving clients primarily in Greater Lowell areas; though services extend throughout Massachusetts and occasionally bordering states to provide needed services to victims, survivors, and their children. The ATASK LAP Client Navigator is a part-time position. Navigators work a minimum of 10 hours per month
ATASK’s mission is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. The ideal candidate will be a passionate advocate for victims, survivors and their children and will work as a team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive services to the Asian and general community.

Hours: Part-time Hours vary weekly with a minimum commitment of 10 hours per month. Hours are typically within 9am-5pm on weekdays. Some after-hours and weekend work may be required.

Reports To: Asian Shelter and Advocacy Program (ASAP) Operations Manager and ASAP Clinical Manager

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Case Management/Advocacy:
· Provide culturally competent, trauma informed services to survivors of domestic violence
· Provide direct services to clients: including safety planning, crisis intervention, risk assessment, case management, and advocacy
· Conduct intake, assessment, and goal planning with clients alongside the primary Advocate/ Case Manager
· Accurately and effectively provide translation and interpretation on clients’ and children’s behalf as needed
· Assist with and/or accompany clients (and their children) to appointments, meetings and referrals.
· Provide service and supportive counseling in a client’s native language where needed.
· Collaborate with internal and external multidisciplinary teams on domestic violence cases
· Make referrals, network, and directly advocate with other agencies to assist clients in achieving safety and stabilization goals and seek-out funds needed to stabilize and assist client.
· Answer hotline calls: ascertain caller’s needs; and provide supportive listening, crisis intervention, safety planning, information about domestic violence, resources and inter-agency and external referrals

Administrative:
· Maintain current and accurate records of services and data
· Attend staff meetings, supervision, case meetings, and contribute to the ongoing development of ATASK culturally responsive service delivery system
· Participate in the Silk Road Gala and other cultural and fundraising events or research projects as needed
· Represent agency at meetings with community collaborators and other community events as needed
· Participate in ongoing professional development trainings
· Engage in community outreach and engagement, research collaborations and policy advocacy
· Perform other duties as assigned
*Job description duties are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required by the employer.

Qualifications:
· Required native proficiency (writing, reading and speaking) in Khmer language (Thai or Lao a plus), and professional fluency in English
· Deep cultural understanding of the targeted LEP immigrant community.
· Experience with domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, and/or crisis work preferred
· Knowledge of health care, legal, education, work force development, mental health, and child systems preferred
· Must have appropriate boundaries and understanding of and commitment to maintaining strict client confidentiality.
· Organized and detail-oriented, with strong documentation and communication skills
· Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
· Be able to work independently and part of a team
· Committed to completing ATASK DV training
· Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle or reliable transportation, and willingness to travel preferred
· Committed to ATASK’s mission and goals, and to ending a culture of domestic violence

Salary: $41,000 - $44,000 / year

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to:
Yi Lam
ASAP Program Coordinator
Email: yi@atask.org

The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, people of color, LGBQ/T individuals, and people with disabilities to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on basis of any other legally protected category.

Position Summary: ATASK is in search of a passionate and dedicated individual to join our team as a full-time Cambodian Advocate/Case Manager. The position is within our Community Based Services Program, based out of our Boston site serving clients primarily in Greater Boston, Metro West and Southeastern MA; though services extend throughout Massachusetts and occasionally bordering states to provide needed services to victims, survivors, and their children.

ATASK’s mission is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. The ideal candidate will be a passionate advocate for victims, survivors and their children and will work as a team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive services to the Asian and general community.

Hours: Typically, weekdays (M-F) 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with possible after hours and weekend work.

Reports to: Asian Shelter and Advocacy Program (ASAP) Operations Manager and ASAP Clinical Manager

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Case Management/Advocacy:
· Provide culturally competent, trauma informed services to survivors of domestic violence
· Provide direct services to clients: including safety planning, crisis intervention, risk assessment, case management, and advocacy
· Conduct intake, assessment, and goal planning with clients
· Assist with and/or accompany clients (and their children) to appointments, meetings and referrals.
· Provide service and supportive counseling in a client’s native language where needed.
· Collaborate with internal and external multidisciplinary teams on domestic violence cases
· Make referrals, network, and directly advocate with other agencies to assist clients in achieving safety and stabilization goals and seek-out funds needed to stabilize and assist client
· Answer hotline calls: ascertain caller’s needs; and provide supportive listening, crisis intervention, safety planning, information about domestic violence, resources and inter-agency and external referrals

Administrative:
· Maintain current and accurate records of services and data
· Attend staff meetings, supervision, case meetings, and contribute to the ongoing development of ATASK culturally responsive service delivery system
· Participate in the Silk Road Gala and other cultural and fundraising events or research projects as needed
· Represent agency at meetings with community collaborators and other community events as needed
· Participate in ongoing professional development
· Engage in community outreach and engagement, research collaborations and policy advocacy
· Perform other duties as assigned
*Job description duties are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required by the employer.

Qualification, Strengths, and Skills
· Required native proficiency (writing, reading and speaking) in Khmer (Thai a plus) and professional fluency in English
· At least two years of prior advocacy/case management experience, including experience in co-case management and working in a service delivery team
· Experience with domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, and/or crisis work preferred
· Knowledge of health care, legal, education, work force development, mental health, and child systems preferred
· Must have appropriate boundaries and understanding of and commitment to maintaining strict client confidentiality.
· Organized and detail-oriented, with strong documentation and communication skills
· Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
· Be able to work independently and part of a team
· Committed to completing ATASK DV training
· Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle or reliable transportation, and willingness to travel preferred
· Committed to ATASK’s mission and goals, and to ending a culture of domestic violence

Salary: $42,000 - $50,000 / year

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

Email your resume and cover letter to:
Yi Lam
ASAP Program Coordinator
Email: yi@atask.org
 
The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, people of color, LGBQ/T individuals, and people with disabilities to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on basis of any other legally protected category.

Position Summary: ATASK is in search of a passionate and dedicated individual to join our team as a full-time Economic Empowerment Coordinator. The position is within our Asian Shelter and Advocacy Program (ASAP).  Work is primarily based at our Boston office, with meetings in our Lowell office and Emergency Shelter. As a statewide agency, travel beyond ATASK sites is expected.

 ATASK’s Economic Empowerment Program (EEP) is a new 2-year grant-funded program designed to address the linguistic and cultural barriers that Asian survivors face when seeking economic independence.

 ATASK’s mission is to empower Asian survivors of domestic violence and abuse to rebuild their lives. Our work bridges language and cultural gaps for Asian communities and advocates for social change. The ideal candidate will be a passionate advocate for victims, survivors, and their children and will work as a team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive services to the Asian and general community.

Hours: Typically, weekdays (M-F) 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with possible after-hours and weekend work.

Reports to: ASAP Operations Manager and ASAP Clinical Manager

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Program Development

  • Develop policies, protocols, and written materials for ATASK’s new Economic Empowerment Program (EEP)
  • Create EEP curriculum and evaluation tools

Collaboration, Training, and Outreach

  • Build relationships and collaborate with community partners in workforce, education, and financial literacy fields
  • Create and disseminate EEP Brochures and FAQ’s
  • Provide and coordinate EEP trainings and workshops to clients 

Case Management:

  • Conduct intake, assessment, and goal planning with clients
  • Provide culturally competent, trauma-informed services to survivors of domestic violence, such as financial and education counseling, and workforce development
  • Assist with and/or accompany clients (and their children) to appointments, meetings, and referrals.
  • Collaborate with and make referrals to ATASK and external providers to support client’s goals

Administrative:

  • Maintain current and accurate records of services and data
  • Complete EEP reports for grant funders and ATASK
  • Attend staff meetings, supervision, case meetings, and contribute to the ongoing development of ATASK culturally responsive service delivery system
  • Participate in the Silk Road Gala and other cultural and fundraising events or research projects as needed
  • Represent the agency at meetings with community collaborators and other community events as needed
  • Participate in ongoing professional development
  • Engage in community outreach and engagement, research collaborations, and policy advocacy
  • Perform other duties as assigned

*Job description duties are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required by the employer.

Qualifications, Strengths, and Skills

  • Bilingual in English and an Asian language preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field required; Relevant life and work experience may substitute for an advanced degree
  • Experience in workforce development, financial literacy, and education planning
  • Experience working with marginalized communities
  • Experience in developing programs or projects
  • At least two years of advocacy/case management experience, including experience in working in a service delivery team
  • Experience with domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, and/or crisis work preferred
  • Must have appropriate boundaries and understanding of and commitment to maintaining strict client confidentiality.
  • Organized and detail-oriented, with strong documentation and communication skills
  • Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
  • Be able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle, and willingness to travel

Salary: $50,000 - $55,000 / year

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. ATASK is not able to provide visa sponsorship at this time and therefore applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

Email your resume and cover letter to:
Yi Lam, ASAP ProgramCoordinator 
Email: yi@atask.org
The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women, survivors, immigrants and refugees, people of color, LGBQ/T individuals, and people with disabilities to apply. It is ATASK’s policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender, genetic information, natural origin, disability, veteran status, or on basis of any other legally protected category.



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