Hanul Family Alliance is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Korean older adult and immigrant communities in the Chicagoland area for over 35 years. Hanul’s mission is to provide comprehensive community-based services to meet the needs of Korean older adults and families to enhance their quality of life. Working at Hanul not only enhances your human services and leadership skills but also delivers greater fulfillment for individuals with a passion to serve. Join our team to make a difference today.
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Employment type: Full-time (Exempt)
Base Location: Chicago Office (5008 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60625)
The Deputy Executive Director is a strategic thought partner to the Executive Director by providing leadership in partnering with the senior management team in strategic decision-making and operations. S/he supports the Executive Director in fundraising and communications. S/he is in charge of the day-to-day management of the facilities, grant, and contract administration, human resources, data management, and special events. S/he will assume the duties of the Executive Director in his/her absence.
To apply, send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the desired position in the subject line.
HOME CARE AIDE
We are hiring Home Care Aides (HCA) who can work in Chicago, Cook County, Lake County, and DuPage County.
If you are taking care of your loved ones or looking for a job that is rewarding, this is the right job for you. If you’re interested in applying, please call or email us.
High School Diploma or GED or at least 1 year of experience in home care.
Legal U.S. Work Authorization
Warm heart and compassionate mind
Respect elder seniors
Must pass the criminal background check
Preferred, but not required:
Bilingual in English and Korean, Spanish, or Arabic
Click here to apply today!
Hanul offers an intensive hands-on internship program for undergraduate or graduate students with some background or interest in social work, counseling, nonprofit management, social welfare policy, research, program development, immigrant communities, etc. Interning at Hanul will give students a great introduction to the field of social work and non-profit work, and will help build contacts and personal interests.
For more information and questions, call 773-478-8851 ext.103
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