I saw these jobs down at the Asian American Giving site and thought I would re-post them up here too.
VIA is seeking Mainland Southeast Asia Program Director. VIA (www.viaprograms.org) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which provides innovative experiential-learning programs in Asia and the United States that promote cross-cultural understanding, build partnerships, and offer transformative experiences for participants and the communities they serve. Primary duty is oversight of VIA’s long-term and summer volunteer programs and partnerships in mainland Southeast Asia, including the countries of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Other duties include maintaining a VIA office in Phnom Penh and ongoing organization-wide projects and Asia Programs policy. The Mainland Southeast Asia PD works in close cooperation with the Senior Asia Programs Director, two other Program Directors, the Finance Director, and the Executive Director all of whom are based in VIA’s main office in San Francisco. The Mainland Southeast Asia PD oversees approximately 30 long-term volunteers and ten summer volunteers per year as well as Country Representatives and summer program coordinators in Vietnam and Thailand. Download MSEAP Job Announcement 08-10
The Asia Foundation seeks a Program Finance Associate. The Program Finance Associate responsibilities are to maintain award files for all projects and related logs and databases; provides assistance to program units on project related matters; assists the process of reviewing proposal budgets; award documents; and financial reports. Ensures the Foundation policy and procedures are followed within areas of responsibility and ensures that accounting for funding sources and program activities is current and accurate. Provide general accounting support.
The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) seeks a highly motivated professional to develop and manage corporate relations initiatives. The ideal candidate is passionate about Asian American and Asian media with proven track record of initiating and sustaining corporate sponsorships with nonprofit organizations. The Corporate Relations Manager works with the Development and Communications Director to secure corporate and media sponsorships for the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) and its annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF). The position will manage the delivery of corporate sponsor benefits, media and major in-kind sponsorships and all corporate sponsor related activities. The Corporate Relations Manager will work closely with SFIAAFF and other CAAM program areas to maximize corporate support.