Employment / Volunteer


Asian Health & Service Center is committed to embracing and actively supporting a diverse community to fulfill its mission & vision. AHSC is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution and EEO/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity. Employment offers are made on the basis of qualifications without regard to sex, race, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, able bodiedness, age, social class, or veteran status.

We are hiring for the following positions:

  1. Alliance of Culturally Specific Behavioral Healthcare Providers

    Fiscal & Supervising Agent: Asian Health and Service Center
    Hours: Part-time (20 hours/week)
    Wage: Up to $32,500/Annual, depends on related skills and experience
    Benefits: Pro-rated benefits
    Location: Portland, OR

    The Alliance is a group of Cultural Specific Behavioral Health Providers/Programs that has contributed to provide cultural sensitive services to meet the special needs of the racial & ethnic populations, including but not limited to African American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American and immigrant/refugees from Eastern European, African, and Middle Easter countries.

    The Alliance Coordinator will be an employee of member agency Asian Health and Service Center, and will work on behalf of all Alliance members. The position will be responsible for coordinating activities of the Alliance, developing promotional materials for the Alliance including a website, and assisting the Alliance to develop a strategic plan and more formal structure. The position is currently funded through a two-year grant, and pending additional resources may be continued beyond the two-year grant period.
    The responsibilities of this position are as follows:
    • Assist and support the co-chairs and member agencies further developing Alliance infrastructure for a vibrant and relevant Alliance, mission/guiding principles and advocacy of our members and the local communities we serve.
    • Plan and facilitate board and membership meetings and related trainings.
    • Prepare monthly reports to keep the all members informed of activities and events that affect the Alliance.
    • Revise, maintain and support the charters and ongoing work of Alliance committees.
    • Meet with designated members and co-chairs on a regularly scheduled basis to coordinate activities and progress of Alliance goals and objectives.
    • Search for and apply for appropriate grant monies to support the development and ongoing success of the Alliance, including all required grant reports.
    • Be the liaison for the Alliance in all designated matters of business.
    • Coordinate the administrative tasks needed to support the regular operations of Alliance with members.
    • Support the implementation and maintenance of a social media and web presence.

    Qualifications/Experience: Master’s degree in business or healthcare management, public administration, social work, counseling, or equivalent knowledge and skills obtained through a combination of education, training and experience is required. A bachelor’s degree with 5 years of work experience may be substituted.

    Successful leadership experience with proven positive outcomes in working with culturally specific and/or complex organizations, preferably in the behavioral healthcare field. Non-profit organizational experience, familiarity with the Tri-county area and trade association or advocacy experience preferred.

    Overall, the Alliance Coordinator must have experience and effective skills in leadership, business, behavioral healthcare, facilitation, advocacy and building effective collaborations.

  2. Mental Health Counselor ( QMHA / QMHP )

    • Bachelor or Master Degree in Social Work, Nursing or Behavioral Health Field
    • Bilingual in English and one Asian language (Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean)
    • Knowledge of general computer skill and valid Driver License is required

  3. Community Health Worker

    • College Degree in social work, community/public health or related field
    • Bilingual in English and one Asian language (Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean or Burmese)
    • Knowledge of general computer skill and valid Driver License is required

  4. Accounting Assistant

    • College Degree in accounting or related work experience;
    • Good knowledge of MS office & general computer skill
    • Good communication and organization skill

  5. Public Health Educator

    • Develop and manage public health education programs and materials
    • Conduct health education workshops
    • Coordinate health education programs with community partners
    • Supervise community health workers in implementing health programs
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience in public health education
    • Competency in one Asian language and master’s degree in public health, community health or related field required.

How to Apply:

Please fill out the Application form, and submit it with your resume and cover letter to AHSC - 3430 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97202 or [email protected].