SAN is always looking for community driven individuals to join our team in helping advocate and educate South Asians in Southern California. If you, or anyone you know, would like to become part of our SAN Staff, please take a look at the careers listed below and apply today!
Current Job Openings
English fluency and oral proficiency in at least one South Asian language is a required qualification for all positions. Candidates must be based or willing to relocate to the greater Los Angeles area. No phone inquiries, please.
Lead Community Organizer
Full Time, Exempt. The Civic Engagement & Civil Rights unit at SAN is an important and growing program at the South Asian Network, particularly in today’s political climateThis position is funded through a contract with the California Department of Social Services – Stop The Hate Program for Survivors and Prevention to provide education and support services to address the growing hatred and hate crimes against the South Asian community. Providing assistance to community members on pertinent civil rights issues such as discrimination, hate crimes and profiling. For more information and to apply, click here.
Mental Health Therapist
Full Time, Non-Exempt. The Mental Health Therapist provides free or low-cost critical culturally and linguistically specific support to individuals within the South Asian community in Southern California that they cannot find elsewhere. They also conduct regular outreach in the community, such as in faith-based locations and college campuses, to build awareness about mental health and reduce stigma. The Therapist works across program areas, and is an important and growing role at the South Asian Network. The Mental Health Therapist will report to the Clinical Supervisor and Deputy Director. For more information and to apply, click here.
Gender Based Violence Program Associate
Full Time, Non-Exempt. The Gender-Based Violence unit at SAN, AWAZ (Voices Against Violence), is an important and growing program. We provide case management and counseling services to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking. We also build coalitions with community-based organizations, service providers, law enforcement, and other groups to improve the coordinated response to all survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault—especially new immigrants—and work to prevent violence in the South Asian community. The Program Associate for Gender-Based Violence will report to the Program Manager. For more information and to apply, click here.