Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition (SEAMAAC) seeks Director, Health and Social Services


SEAMAAC welcomes applications for the position of Director of Health and Social Services. SEAMAAC is a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia, with the mission “To support and serve immigrants and refugees and other politically, socially and economically marginalized communities as they seek to advance the condition of their lives in the United States.” SEAMAAC envisions a strong and unified society, where immigrants and refugees work alongside other Americans to build shared political, economic and social power. We envision a community where the contributions of each generation of Americans, whether Native to this land, immigrant, or brought against their will, are equally acknowledged, valued and embraced, and where all people live whole, healthy lives with joy and dignity.

POSITION SUMMARY: The primary duties of the position are to provide overall management and administration of SEAMAAC’s Health and Social Services Department including the Continuum of Care, Elders Health & Wellness, Health, Safe Families, Civic Engagement, and other programs as needed to fulfill the mission of SEAMAAC and our commitment to marginalized communities. This role involves assessing needs, designing and managing programs, grant writing, managing budgets, reporting outcomes to funders, evaluating program impacts, working in local, regional and national coalitions, developing and implementing organizational and program policies, and supervising staff and interns. The Director is responsible for ensuring that each contract is in compliance with funder requirements, and also monitor sub-grants and MOUs with partner organizations. As a senior member of the organization’s Management Team, this position is expected to work closely with SEAMAAC’s Executive Leadership Team, in coordinating and implementing the organization’s 2016 strategic plan. The Director represents the organization at community events, university lectures, and conferences. The Director provides direct supervision to Program Coordinators and Interns, and creates and supports supervision structures for Outreach staff. The Director leads advocacy and collaboration efforts focused on building access and power in Asian immigrant communities. The Director’s overall contribution to SEAMAAC includes but not limited to participating in the organization’s grant writing process, budgeting, financial reporting, program invoicing, and fundraising.

Learn More Here

Want to make a difference?