Employment

Hina Mauka is a growing, dynamic organization looking for passionate, talented individuals with a desire to make a positive difference in the lives of those seeking recovery. We take great pride in helping our clients heal in a safe and supportive environment, using the very best evidence-based practices. As a team, we support, inspire and constantly learn from one another.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Hina Mauka offers a robust benefits package to our regular, full-time employees.
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  • Paid Time Off. Hina Mauka offers very generous Paid Time Off (PTO) benefits to employees that increases over their length of employment.
  • Holidays. Hina Mauka provides paid time off for 16 annual holidays plus Election Day. Holidays include New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas, Election Day, state holidays, and most federal holidays.
  • Health Insurance. Hina Mauka provides the option of health insurance to employees who work 20 or more hours a week through HMSA or Kaiser. Prescription drug coverage and vision is included in these plans. Additionally, dental insurance is provided through HDS.
  • ALFAC. Supplemental insurance plans are available through AFLAC.
  • Employee Assistance Program. Hina Mauka utilizes an Employee Assistance Program through Work Life Hawaii at no cost to the employee.
  • Training. Support is available for work-related workshops.
  • Retirement Plan. Hina Mauka has a 403(b) plan that allows for pre-tax contributions by the employee for deferred tax saving.
  • Life Insurance. Group life insurance is offered at no cost to the employee.
  • Other benefits. Family and medical leave, worker’s compensation, TDI, bereavement leave, and supplemental pay for jury duty are also available.

HINA MAUKA ADMINISTRATION

The mission of Hina Mauka is to foster hope and healing for people recovering from alcohol and substance use disorders and related behavioral health challenges. We work as a team to provide the support needed to help those we serve to change their lives for the better. Our administrative services are based at our Kaneohe office

CLINICAL SECRETARY (KANEOHE, FULL-TIME)
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Under the supervision of the Clinical Administrative Supervisor, provides clinical and administrative support to the adult services clinical staff. Protects confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal regulations.

Essential Functions

  1. Maintains client files in storage room. Safeguards discharged client clinical files from unauthorized access. Functions as the primary person responsible for security      of inactive files. Is responsible for retrieval of inactive client clinical files for      clinical or administrative purposes.
  2. Maintains file on responses to requests for clinical information.
  3. Assists with the preparation of official correspondence and internal program communications as directed for mailing and/or distribution.
  4. Assists Clinical Administrative Supervisor with maintenance and daily data entry of relevant client characteristics and status in program services including: admissions, discharges, follow ups and other quality improvement documentation.
  5. Assists Clinical Administrative Supervisor with creating and distributing client related reports on the following time schedule:
  • Daily – Census status report to
  • Weekly – Client Census Report
  • Monthly – Permanent Register
  • Quarterly Reports
  • Annual Reports
  • As needed – Treatment Services information for Fiscal officer.

6.      Assists in preparation for audit, accreditation and program reviews by internal and    external reviewers. Assist with plan of correction for all audits and accreditation.

7.   Maintains office supplies and client education materials for clinical staff.

8.   Coordinates with clinical staff regarding E Ho’ohiwahiwa Ceremony. Creates discharge certificates for clients at the request of counselors.

9.   Assist with training of all volunteers, practicum students and new hires.

10.   Prepares billing monitors and enters data monthly to track total billable hours.

11.  WITS reports and WITS clinical meeting

12.  Front desk coverage, screening process and medical checks

13.  Work with Managed Care Department to track and record reauthorizations and discharges for clients

14.  Track all charts on clients that have been transferred or discharged from treatment. 

 Other Functions

1.   Handles copying requests

2.  Performs other related duties as assigned

 Experience and Training:

1.  High school diploma or GED.

2.  Basic computer skills, working familiarity with MS Office and Excel. Type a minimum of 45 wpm.

3.  At least two (2) years experience in office procedures or two (2) years of business office management education.

4.   No criminal history, probation or parole for at least five (5) years and no history of involvement with Child Welfare Services for at least five (5) years.    

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

1.   Knowledge of office procedures.

2.   Strong organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple projects.

3.    Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including           dually diagnosed.

4.    Able to maintain accurate and concise records.

5.    Able to work as a team member within Hina Mauka philosophy

6.     Must be well-versed in HIPPA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2.

Physical/Mental Demands   

Protective Equipment: Use of non-sterile medical gloves.

Light to medium physical effort; mostly sedentary work; occasional standing/walking; occasionally lifts supplies/equipment. May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.

CLINICAL  ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (FULL -TIME, KANEOHE)
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Position Summary

Full-Time, Mon-Fri.

Salary Non-Exempt

Under the supervision of the Clinical Administrative Supervisor, provides clinical and administrative support to the adult services clinical staff. Protects confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal regulations.

Essential Functions

  • Maintains client files in storage room. Safeguards discharged client clinical files from unauthorized access. Functions as the primary person responsible for security of inactive files. Is responsible for retrieval of inactive client clinical files for clinical or administrative purposes.
  • Maintains file on responses to requests for clinical information.
  • Assists with the preparation of official correspondence and internal program communications as directed for mailing and/or distribution.
  • Assists Clinical Administrative Supervisor with maintenance and daily data entry of relevant client characteristics and status in program services including: admissions, discharges, follow ups and other quality improvement documentation.
  • Assists Clinical Administrative Supervisor with creating and distributing client related reports
  • Assists in preparation for audit, accreditation and program reviews by internal and external reviewers.
  • Maintains office supplies and client education materials for clinical staff.
  • Makes discharge certificates for clients at the request of counselors.

Clinical Secretary

  • Handles copying requests.
  • Will be cross-trained within the Clinical Admin Department to cover the front desk as Intake & Client Services Associate for lunch and or as needed, as well as manage the admit waitlist for the Addiction Care Coordinator.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualification Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Proficient computer skills, working familiarity with MS Office – Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint and Outlook. Type a minimum of 45 wpm.
  • At least two (2) years experience in office procedures or two (2) years of business office management education.
  • No criminal history, probation or parole for at least five (5) years and no history of involvement with Child Welfare Services for at least five (5) years.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of office procedures.
  • Strong organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple projects.
  • Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including dually diagnosed.
  • Able to maintain accurate and concise records.
  • Able to work as a team member within Hina Mauka philosophy.
  • Must be well-versed in HIPPA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2.

Physical/Mental Demands

Light to medium physical effort; mostly sedentary work; occasional standing/walking; occasionally lifts supplies/equipment. May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.

Protective Equipment: Use of non-sterile medical gloves. Ability to lift 35 lbs.

TEEN CARE

Teen CARE provides substance abuse prevention treatment services to youth and their families. Services are provided in community and school-based settings. Teen CARE’s prevention programs serve youth ages 10 – 19, as well as providing education and outreach to the general public. Teen CARE’s treatment programs provide services to youth ages 12 – 18.

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST (OAHU ISLAND, PART-TIME)
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Mental Health Therapist

Position Location: Oahu

Part-time (8-12 hours)

 Company Overview

Hina Mauka brings hope, compassion and care through prevention, treatment and recovery oriented services to individuals, families and communities adversely affected by alcohol, or substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health issues and recovery challenges. Hina Mauka is one of the largest accredited substance abuse programs in Hawaii

Job Responsibilities

  • The Mental Health Therapist (MHT) provides intensive in-home therapy for youth and their families in home, school, and community settings. The therapist addresses issues impacting a youth’s psychological or emotional health such as stress, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or any other behavioral health issues. The therapist will also coordinate delivery of clinical services to children and families collaboratively with other team members and community providers.
  • Provide intensive family therapy interventions to youth and their families, utilizing a strength-based approach.
  • Assist the youth and family to connect with other support systems within the community or educational institution.
  • Demonstrate excellence in problem-solving, collaboration, and clinical competencies in providing services to youth and their families.
  • Perform as a professional in alignment with program philosophy, ethical codes, agency standards of conduct, laws, and required documentation processes.
  • Prepare appropriate documentation such as therapy notes, treatment plans, and other documentation.
  • Participate in monthly supervision with a licensed professional and completion of training requirements.

Education and Experience

  • Experience working with youth and/or providing mental health services
  • Master’s degree or higher from a nationally accredited university in Social Work, Marriage/Family Therapy, Psychiatric Nursing, Counseling, Psychology, Behavioral Science or a related Human Services field

Job requirements

  • This position required successful credentialing by the Hawaii Department of Health Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division. This position is subject to initial and annual criminal background investigation and fingerprinting.
  • Must have transportation, submit driver’s abstract, have a valid driver’s license, and required insurance coverage to transport youth.
  • Direct services with youth are provided primarily afterschool and weekends

Application

  • Please email resume and cover letter. For the subject heading write: Mental Health Therapist
  • Email to hr@hinamauka.org

ADULT TREATMENT PROGRAM

Hina Mauka’s adult substance abuse treatment programs offer Intensive Outpatient Services, Day Treatment, Residential Treatment, and Case Management. Our team of physicians, nurses and counselors work in collaboration with our clients to help them imagine and create a life free of addictions and the hardships that accompany them.

Hina Mauka is expanding to include 16 new beds.  We will be hiring and training staff t prepare for our new addition.

This is an exiting opportunity to work in a fast paced and challenging environment.  Hina Mauka brings hope, compassion, and care through prevention, treatment and recovery oriented services to individuals, families, and communities adversely affected by alcohol, or substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health issues, and recovery challenges.

For a complete list of current employment opportunities at Hina Mauka, please visit: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=453f1235-5c38-4ccf-96f8-02b7d3844ee6&jobId=246145&lang=en_US&source=CC3&ccId=19000101_000001&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

FOOD SERVICE COOK (KANEOHE, FULL-TIME)
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Position Summary

Shift: Friday 930am to 6pm, Saturday 6am -6pm, Sunday 6am – 6pm, Monday 930am to 6pm.

Between 32-40 hours a week, may be asked to work Mon-Fri shift when supervisor/associate takes vacation.

Must be able to work Holidays.

Under the supervision of the Food Service Supervisor, is involved in food service from planning, obtaining, and storing all food supplies and provisions. Ensures safe and smooth operations of the kitchen.

Position Accountabilities

Responsible for the safe operation of food service for the facility.

Implements menu planning as provided by the Registered Dietician.

Prepares and services meals during scheduled work hours.

Responsible for the proper cleanliness and safe maintenance of kitchen, dining  room and food service equipment.

Ensures that all food service complies with State of Hawaii Department of Health regulations.

Other Functions

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualification Requirements

High school diploma or GED equivalent.

Food service study in high school, community college or vocational training.

Two (2) years work related experience in food preparation and service.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Ability to plan, order and maintain all provisions necessary for operation of the facility food service.

Ability to work and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including dually diagnosed.

Ability to oversee and guide volunteer kitchen crew and ensure they are working as assigned.  

Ability to prioritize tasks, and function in diverse food related duties, and as a team member

Physical/Mental Demand

Heavy physical effort (lifting/carrying up to 50 pounds); frequent prolonged standing/walking occasionally lifts supplies/equipment; subject to burns ands cuts.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR (WAIPAHU, PART-TIME)
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Position Summary

Under the supervision of the Contract Manager, the Assessment Coordinator, carries out DHS assessments in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures.

Essential Functions

  1. Evaluates clients at both our Kaneohe and Waipahu facilities in the assessment process to determine each client’s need for treatment and level of motivation, and makes recommendations for the appropriate level of care.
  2. Coordinates with the Contract Manager and the client’s DHS worker to summarize each substance abuse assessment and to formulate substance abuse education/treatment recommendations if necessary.
  3. Types the assessment using the Hina Mauka format and completes it within three (3) to five (5) working days. Faxes the assessment directly to the social worker and/or case manager.
  4. Refers clients under the SAAMS contract to the appropriate treatment modality.
  5. Collects and reports requested monthly data to the Contract Manager.
  6. Observes female urinalysis testing for each female appointment and when needed to assist the DHS One Time Only testing on an emergency basis only.
  7. Must possess a driver’s license and own vehicle to travel to service clients at our Kaneohe and Waipahu facilities.

Experience and Training:

 1. Certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor or Master’s degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred and a minimum of two (2) years experience in the substance abuse field, preferably with clients with coexisting mental health conditions.

2. Knowledge of DSM-5 and ASAM preferred but not required.

3. Certification in CPR and First Aid.

4. Must pass back ground and Child Protective Services checks.

 Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders including people with coexisting mental health or medical conditions.

Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations with crisis management skills.

Ability to plan and organize efficiently, and to maintain accurate and concise records.

Ability to work in a flexible work space.

Ability to work as a team member within Hina Mauka philosophy.

Ability to represent Hina Mauka professionally to all referral sources and networking agencies.

Light to moderate physical effort; mostly sedentary work; occasional

standing/walking. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases.

Application

Please email resume and cover letter to hr@hinamauka.org

INTAKE COUNSELOR (KANEOHE, PART-TIME)
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Hina Mauka seeks an Intake Counselor Part-Time to perform comprehensive assessments, coordination with referring entities, and admitting clients into our continuum of care.

Job Responsibilities

  • Review screening packets and provide a determination of care.
  • Perform assessment interviews and administer DENS ASI, CAGE, and other assessment/screening tools.
  • Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with referral sources.
  • Conduct communication with referral sources in accordance with HIPAA and CFR 42.

Job requirements

  • Must pass a background check and be able to work with adults
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to take initiative and complete tasks
  • Ability to work with a various populations, flexible, and positive
  • Experience with adults, mental health, and/or substance abuse
  • Computer skills such as familiarity with MS office programs and internet required
  • CSAC or Master’s Degree preferred with knowledge of Mental Health diagnosis

Application

Please email resume and cover letter to hr@hinamauka.org

CASE MANAGER  (KANEOHE, FULL-TIME)
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Position Summary

Under the supervision of the Case Manager Supervisor, the Case Manager carries out case management services (CMS) or addiction care coordination (ACC) with clients, in accordance with the Hina Mauka policies and procedures. CMS is designed to provide clients with case management and services coordination activities that offer goal orientated and individualized support focusing on improved self-efficacy.

Case management and services coordination are based upon the client’s individual needs and may include assistance related to health care, housing, social services, employment and recreational activities. Hina Mauka will comply with all CARF regulations in order to assure quality control. The Case Manager protects the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable Federal regulations.

I. Essential Functions
1. Assesses if clients meet criteria for CM.
2. Assists clients in obtaining services that promote self-efficacy. The referral process may occur at any point during the treatment process.
3. Collaborates with persons served in the provision of CM services with clients being served. Elements provided are dependent on the needs of persons being served and/or funder/regulatory requirements.
4. Provides clients with lists of appropriate service providers, and assists them in scheduling appointments with relevant providers.
5. Makes efforts to provide CM in locations that meet the needs of the persons served.
6. Includes outside services and benefits gained from CM as part of the clients’ treatment plans.
7. Ensures that clients sign a “Consent to Release Information” form prior to contacting any outside agency/provider on behalf of clients.
8. Documents the following in client records:

  • Referral/Agency
  • Reason for Referral
  • Contact Person
  • Date of Contact
  • Date of Appointment
  • All communication with the Agency/Individual
  • Outcome of the Referred Service

9. Maintains client records in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures and in compliance with all state and federal laws, licensing and accreditation standards and contract stipulations.
10. Completes fiscal, statistical reporting and quality improvement tasks as required.

II. Other Functions
Performs other related duties as assigned.

III. Qualification Requirements
Educational/Experience and Training:
1. Certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) or an Advance Degree in Social work, Psychology or Behavioral Science preferred.
2. Within 1 year of obtaining certification in the State of Hawaii as a Substance Abuse Counselor and/or receiving higher education in the field of Social Work, Psychology or behavioral science.
3. CPR and First Aid Certification.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance use disorders, including persons with co-occurring disorders and a criminal background.
2. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations by applying crisis management and time management skills.
3. Ability to maintain accurate and concise records in a timely manner.
4. Ability to work independently and cooperatively with others.
5. Demonstrate the Hina Mauka values in interactions with persons served, their support services and others in the community who are engaged with Hina Mauka.

IV. Physical/Mental Demands
Light physical effort (lift/carry up to 10 pounds); occasionally lifts supplies/equipment. Occasional standing/walking/driving. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases. May perform emergency care.

Please send your resume to hr@hinamauka.org Subject: Case Manager

TREATMENT ASSOCIATES – KANEOHE
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Purpose of the position

Treatment Associates are the front line staff who deal directly with our clients. Treatment Associates monitors client activities during non-structured program hours and is responsible for the security and physical conditions of the living environment, and for the safety and well-being of the residential clients. They are able to protect the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal regulations. Treatment Associates are expected to participate in job activities with a solution focused attitude that demonstrates respect and positive engagement.

Essential Functions

  1. Serves as the on-duty staff member during non-structured program hours.
  2. Responsible for managing crisis and other emergencies in the facility and consulting/notifying appropriate program staff.
  3. Responsible for the fire and safety watch, responding to any client problems and providing appropriate documentation according to companies policies and procedures.
  4. Provides support to clients during non-structured programming as needed.
  5. Interprets program handbook to clients. Maintains communication between clients and other staff.
  6. Maintains clients records, contributes to progress notes, and conducts chart audits.
  7. Escorts clients to 12 Step meetings, other program functions, and outside functions as needed.
  8. Coordinates and supervises client activities during non-structured program hours.
  9. Under the direction of the Medical Director, via R.N., monitors the condition of minor medical conditions. Consults with and reports to R.N. and/or Medical Director regarding client conditions and need for medical attention. Arranges for client transportation for emergency medical care.

Qualification Requirements

  1. One year experience in a substance abuse treatment setting or psychiatric treatment setting preferred.
  2. Eligible for certification in CPR and First Aid.
  3. Valid Hawaii State driver’s license and a current clean abstract.
  4. Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including dually diagnosed.
  5. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations with crisis management skills.
  6. Well organized and able to maintain accurate and concise records.
  7. Ability to be a team-player.
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SUBSTANCE USE COUNSELORS (FULL-TIME, KANEOHE)
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Hina Mauka seeks a Substance Abuse Counselor to provide adult substance abuse treatment to those who may also have co-occurring disorders and/or intersect with the criminal justice system.

Job Responsibilities

  • Deliver care including treatment planning, group and individual counseling
  • Case management for immediate needs including housing
  • Communication with collaterals including probation officers and case managers
  • Engage family in discharge planning through family sessions when indicated
  • Crisis counseling and discharge planning
  • Timely and sufficient documentation including treatment plans, progress notes, transition summaries, discharge summaries, and reports to collaterals.

Job Requirements

  • Must pass a background check and be able to work with adults
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to take initiative and complete tasks
  • Ability to work with a various populations, flexible, and positive
  • Experience with adults, mental health, and/or substance abuse
  • Experience and/or comfort in facilitating groups
  • Computer skills such as familiarity with MS office programs and internet required.
  • CSAC or Master’s Degree preferred. BA in related field with minimum 2 years of  experience as a Counselor may also apply.  

Application

Please email resume and cover letter to hr@hinamauka.org

PM COUNSELOR (PER DIEM, 15-30 HOURS/WEEK) – KANEOHE
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Position Summary

Under the supervision of the designated Supervisor or Manager of Adult Services, carries out the direct therapeutic interaction with clients, in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures.  The therapeutic interaction is designed to bring about the transmittal of education, direction and support to the clients, resulting in an increased level of functioning and amelioration of the damaging effects of substance abuse/dependence and, for dual diagnosed clients, the damaging effects of serious mental illness.  Also, shares in the responsibilities for the safety and well-being of Hina Mauka clients.  Protects the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal regulations.

Essential Functions

  1. Serves as primary counselor for each client assigned to his/her caseload.
  2. Evaluates clients in the screening process, utilizing a bio-psycho-social screening instrument to determine a client’s need for treatment and level of motivation, and makes recommendations for appropriate level of care.
  3. Assist with health insurance representatives for approval of care and reimbursement by providing necessary and timely documentation to the utilization counselor.
  4. Communicates with referral source regarding prospective clients to ascertain treatment history/goals.  Coordinates additional requests for payment authorization as necessary.
  5. Bases comprehensive assessment and interpretive summary, develops treatment plans in collaboration with each client and their respective collaborates.
  6. Conducts substance abuse dual diagnosis and recovery oriented services in a group setting utilizing evidence-based curriculum approved by Hina Mauka.
  7. conducts individual counseling for clients using a cognitive/motivational approach that empowers clients to make necessary self-managed changes that support a recover-oriented life style.
  8. Maintains client records in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures, and in compliance with all state and federal laws, licensing, accreditation standards, and contract stipulations.
  9. Completes fiscal and statistical reporting tasks as required.
  10. Offer family services to clients and their families.
  11. Consults with and reports to the Registered Nurse and/or Associate Medical Director regarding client conditions and need for medical attention.
  12. Arranges for client transportation for emergency medical care, as directed by the Associate Medical Director, R.N., and/or Manager of Adult Services.
  13. Participates in shift change and treatment planning conferences as arranged by supervisor.

Other Functions

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualification Requirements

Education/Experience and Training:

  1. Certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), or advance degree in Social work, Psychology or Behavior Science preferred.
  2. Eligible for certification in CPR and First Aid.
  3. Valid driver’s license with clean abstract.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  1. Ability to work with and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including dual diagnosed clients, and the criminal population.
  2. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations with crisis management skills.
  3. Well organized and able to maintain accurate and concise records.
  4. Able to work with a multidisciplinary team.
  5. Efficient in Microsoft Programming and familiar with Electronic Health Records systems.

Physical/Mental Health Demands:

Light physical effort(lift/carry up to 10 pounds); occasional standing/walking; occasionally lifts supplies/equipment.  May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.  May perform emergency care.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume with a cover letter to hr@hinamauka.org with the title of the position you are applying for in the subject heading.

 

For a list of current employment opportunities at Hina Mauka, please visit

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Hina Mauka
Attention: Human Resources
45-845 Po’okela Street
Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744
Tel: (808) 236-2600
Fax: (808) 236-0495
Email: hr@hinamauka.org

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