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.

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.

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, 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

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS – (KANEOHE, OAHU)

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Hina Mauka seeks a Quality Improvement Specialist in Kaneohe, Oahu, under the supervision of the Director of Administration.

Job Responsibilities

  • Coordinates QI activities and documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Maintains confidentiality of documents.
  • Database management of QI projects, accreditation, and contractual requirements.
  • Creates reports through the compilation of data from a variety of sources and distributes to stakeholders.
  • Assists with internal billing audits and chart review process.
  • May conduct specialized research and inquiries.
  • May assist with the investigation of client complaints and grievances.
  • Assists with data entry, accreditation preparation, Hina Mauka sponsored events, and grant proposals as assigned.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in health information technology, business, or related education.
  • High School diploma with two years of related work experience may be substituted in lieu of a bachelor’s degree.

Application
Please email resume and cover letter.

  • For the subject heading write: QI Specialist
  • Email to hr@hinamauka.org

FOOD SERVICE COOK (KANEOHE)

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Position Summary
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

I. Essential Functions
1. Responsible for the safe operation of food service for the facility.
2. Implements menu planning as provided by the Registered Dietician.
3. Prepares and services meals during scheduled work hours.
4. Responsible for the proper cleanliness and safe maintenance of kitchen, dining
room and food service equipment.
5. Ensures that all food service complies with State of Hawaii Department of Health
regulations.

I. Other Functions
1. Performs other related duties as assigned.

III. Qualification Requirements
Experience and Training:
1. High school diploma or GED equivalent.
2. Food service study in high school, community college or vocational training.
3. Two (2) years work related experience in food preparation and service.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Ability to plan, order and maintain all provisions necessary for operation of the facility food service.
2. Ability to work and relate to clients with substance abuse disorders, including dually diagnosed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
3. Ability to prioritize tasks, and function in diverse food related duties, and as a team member.

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

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.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR FOR ADOLESCENTS (KAPAA)

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Position Summary
The Site Counselor coordinates a program of substance abuse prevention and treatment services to adolescents; demonstrates knowledge of substance abuse and adolescent development; and provides counseling and education to youth, families, and groups through evidence-based programs and practices. The position reports directly to the Clinical Supervisor and receives support and direction from the Clinical Director and Director of Adolescent Services.

Position Accountabilities
I. Essential Functions
Program Responsibilities
1. Engages in problem identification and referral.
2. Conducts clinical evaluation including screening, intake, and assessment.
3. Develops treatment plans that identify desired treatment outcomes and strategies for achieving those outcomes in collaboration with the client.
4. Engages in service coordination, including referral and case management, in order to meet the treatment needs of the client.
5. Provides counseling with individuals, groups, and families.
6. Conducts evidence-based education and provides presentations to individuals and groups.
7. Utilizes media strategies to enhance prevention efforts in the community, disseminate information, and promote environmental strategies for change.
8. Conducts evaluation activities, follow-ups, and other outcome related measures.
9. Utilizes current research and evidence-based programming and practices with youth.
10. Performs in alignment with program philosophy, ethical codes, agency standards of conduct, laws, and required documentation processes.
11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Program Coordination
1. Collaborates with teachers, referring agencies, and other community partners in the planning and implementation of services.
2. Participates in school and community events in order to promote public awareness of the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders and related issues.
3. Provides information pertinent to reports and billing including follow up information, client record data, and any additional information.
4. Maintains organization and identifies planning needs for program site.
5. Attends meetings and trainings as scheduled.

II. Qualification Requirements
Experience and Training:
1. State DOH certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) or Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) preferred.
2. Degree in Education, Counseling, Criminology, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Public Health or related field preferred.
3. Other levels of education or certification may be accepted based on experience of working with adolescents or in the field of substance abuse.
4. Progression towards becoming a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor or Certified Prevention Specialist for those not certified.
Documentation of Eligibility
1. Valid driver’s license and current driver’s abstract.
2. Must have a personal vehicle for travel between sites.
3. Pre-employment criminal background check, fingerprinting, child abuse and neglect registry clearance, employment background check, and drug screening are required for employment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Ability to support the agency’s mission and philosophy, and demonstrate sensitivity to cultural diversity and workplace harmony
2. Ability to work independently and take initiative.
3. Ability to keep accurate records and document services on a daily basis.
4. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently in stressful situations.
5. Ability to follow through with change and implement new processes.
6. Ability to learn and use electronic health records.
7. Strong computer skills required.
8. Skill in public speaking to groups of varied interests and backgrounds.
9. Skill in expressing information and ideas clearly through oral and written communication.
10. Skill in building collaborative relationships both within and outside of the organization.
11. Knowledge of substance abuse and recovery.
12. Knowledge of adolescent development and youth issues.
13. Knowledge of 12 step programs and other support networks.
14. Knowledge of the DOE and school related issues and concerns.
15. Knowledge of confidential and privacy laws and the ability to follow all applicable rules, policies, standards, and laws.

III. Physical/Mental Demands
1. Requires moderate physical effort (lifting/carrying up to 25 pounds); occasional sedentary work; occasional standing/walking, occasional lifting/pushing of supplies/equipment; occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, or crouching.
2. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases; may perform emergency care.
3. Some evening and weekend work will be required.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR FOR ADOLESCENTS (KAILUA)

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Site Counselor
Position Location: Kailua
Schedule: M-F, 8am -4:30

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.

Hina Mauka seeks Substance Abuse Counselors to provide adolescent substance abuse treatment, and some prevention services, to adolescents.

Job Responsibilities
* Provide the core functions of substance abuse counseling including screening, intake, assessment, treatment planning, group and individual counseling, family counseling, case management, education, crisis counseling, discharge planning, continuing care treatment and relapse prevention.
* Provide substance abuse prevention services including screening, brief intervention, and activities.
* Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with referral sources including the school staff.
* Participate in outreach.
* Assist at other sites as needed.
* Create a safe and therapeutic environment for clients through the establishment of healthy norms and positive expectations for clients.

Education and Experience
* Experience with adolescents and/or substance abuse
* CSAC or Master’s Degree preferred, but not required

Job requirements
* Must pass a background check and be able to work with children
* Must have transportation, submit driver’s abstract, have a valid driver’s license, and required insurance coverage to transport clients and to travel between sites.
* Position is generally daytime hours, but will also include some evening work and occasional weekends
* The schedule is Tuesday through Saturday. The position is primarily based in Kailua, with services in Kaneohe on Saturday.
* Ability to work with a various populations, flexible, and positive
* Computer skills such as familiarity with MS office programs and internet required.

Application
Please email resume and cover letter.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

• Paid Time Off and Holidays. Hina Mauka offers very generous Paid Time Off (PTO) benefits and 16 Holidays
• Health Insurance and AFLAC. HMSA/Kaiser medical. HDS Dental.
• Employee Assistance Program. Training. Support is available for work-related workshops.
• Retirement Plan. 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, jury duty pay.

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. This is an exiting opportunity to work in a fast paced and challenging environment.

ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR (KANEOHE)

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Under the supervision of the Manager of Adult Services the Admission Coordinator carries out case management and services coordination for clients on the admission roster for inpatient services. Admission Coordinator collaborates with the client and its stakeholders all the requested documentation for an appropriate admission. The Admission Coordinator protects the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable Federal regulations.

I. Essential Functions
1. Manages the admission roster of clients who have been screened and determine to be eligible for services when no open bed space currently exist.
2. Collaborates with intake personal on clients who are appropriate for admission into inpatient services.
3. Works closely with community stakeholders on the client’s behalf regarding preparing the client for an appropriate admission while on the admission roster.
4. Document updates in WIC-2/WITS as needed on each client to reflect current disposition.
5. Manage client requirements to remain on the admission roster.
6. Make appropriate referrals as needed and recommended to other community-based program for needed services.
7. Provide monthly reports on the admission roster activity during Care Improvement meetings.
8. 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.
9. Completes fiscal, statistical reporting and quality improvement tasks as required.

II. Other Functions
1. Performs other related duties as assigned.

III. Qualification Requirements
Educational/Experience and Training:
1. A bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or behavioral science preferred.
2. 2 years of direct experience providing case management and outreach services
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. Able to work with other professionals in a multi-dimensional program setting
3. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations with crisis management skills.
4. Well organized and able to maintain accurate concise records and document in the electronic and physical chart.
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.
6. Proficient in the use of excel, word and other software and electronic platforms.

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.

INTAKE COUNSELOR (WAIPAHU)

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Job description
Position Summary
Under the supervision of the Intake Counselor Supervisor, provides substance abuse and mental health screening, assessment, diagnosis, and recommendation, in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures. Intake counselor will protect the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal regulations.

Position Accountabilities

I. Essential Functions
1. Evaluates potential substance abuse clients in the screening process utilization a bio-psycho-social assessment to determine each client’s need for treatment and level of motivation and makes recommendations for appropriate level of care.
2. Conducts initial screenings for potential dually diagnosed clients to determine each client’s need for treatment and level of care and coordinates through Medical Director, Psychiatric RN, and other community psychiatric professional as needed.
3. Coordinates with insurance/case management offices for approval of care reimbursements for clients; coordinates updates for additional requests for payment authorization as necessary.
4. Coordinates with administration, business and clinical team to implement the intake process through direct consultation with the Admissions Supervisor, and Manager, Adults Services.
5. Maintains relationships and communicates with referral sources regarding prospective clients to ascertain treatment history/goals.
6. 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.
7. Consults with and reports to Intake Supervisor regarding potential clients in the process of intake to confirm acceptance or rejection of clients into programs. Documents and justifies acceptance/rejection of each applicant.
8. Informs administrative staff of each new admission to notify special needs and/or problems.

II. Other Functions
1. Performs other related duties as assigned.

III. Qualification Requirements

Experience and Training:
1. Certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) and/or advance degree in Social Work, Psychology or Behavioral 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 dually diagnosed 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 record systems

IV. Physical/Mental 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.

Job Type: Full Time

To apply please email your resume.

INTAKE & CLIENT SERVICES ASSOCIATE (KANEOHE)

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Position Summary
Under the supervision of the Clinical Administrative Supervisor, this position is the first point of contact for persons calling or visiting Hina Mauka’s Kaneohe facility.

Essential Functions
1. Assures confidentiality of client identity, organizational, and client-related documents.
2. Maintains visitor log, contact log (includes phone messages), client intakes, exit interview, and other relevant document.
3. Assist the clinical department in the management of client belongings to restrict unauthorized items in treatment setting.
4. Answers telephones, greet visitors, and announces visitors the appropriate departments. Assures appropriate front desk coverage.
5. Maintains screening/assessment packets for the Intake Department.
6. Assists Admissions staff with assessments by helping potential clients with completing assessment forms.
7. Schedules client exit interviews with Administrative Management.
8. Processes incoming/outgoing mail, maintains postal meter machine, and keeps monthly postage log.
9. Assists administrative and admissions staff with data entry, billing, copying, and distribution of memos and correspondence.
10. Manage waiting area and assist clients who are reporting for treatment.
11. Maintain electronic files.
12. Check client insurance status.
13. Assist with maintaining waitlist.
14. Assist Clinical Admin with client chart closure and transfers.
15. Maintain lunch list, accept payments, & dispense lunch tickets.

Qualification Requirements
Education/Experience and Training:
1. High School diploma or CED equivalent
2. Typing skills of 40 wpm or clerical and data entry skills.
3. Previous experience with multi-line telephone systems.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of computer operations.
2. Excellent telephone skills and customer services skills.
3. Strong organizational skills.
4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
5, Ability to work in a fast paced environement and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
6. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently in stressful situations.
7. Ability to work as a team member within Hina Mauka’s philosophy.

Physical/Mental Demands

Light physical effort; occasional standing/walking; May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.

To apply please email your resume.

CLINICAL SECRETARY – (KANEOHE)

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Position Summary

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.

Position Accountabilities

I. Essential Functions

1. Maintains monthly billing monitors daily with client attendance and releases billing for contracted clients. 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/Billing Monitors
• 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.
7. Maintains office supplies and client education materials for clinical staff.
8. Makes discharge certificates for clients at the request of counselors.

II. Other Functions
1. Handles copying requests.
2. Performs other related duties as assigned.

III. Qualification Requirements

Experience and Training:
1. High school diploma or GED.
2. Proficient computer skills, working familiarity with MS Office – Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint and Outlook. 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.

IV. Physical/Mental Demands
Light to medium physical effort; mostly sedentary work; occasional standing/walking; occasionally lifts supplies/equipment. Ability to lift 35 lbs. May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease. Protective Equipment: Use of non-sterile medical gloves.

To apply please email your resume.

LICENSED SUBSTANCE USE COUNSELOR – (KANEOHE)

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Job description
Position Summary

Hina Mauka seeks a Substance Use Counselor with Licensure (LCSW, LMHC or related licensure)to provide adult substance use treatment to those who may also have severe mental illness (SMI), 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
• 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.
• Licensure required in related field LCSW, LMHC, etc.

Job Type: Full Time

To apply please email your resume.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR – (KAILUA)

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Hina Mauka seeks a Substance Abuse Counselor to provide adult substance abuse treatment in our Therapeutic Community at the Women’s Correctional Center in Kailua.

Job Responsibilities
• Deliver care including treatment planning, group and individual counseling
• Case management for immediate needs
• Communication with collaterals including parole board 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, 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 experience may also apply.

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

DRUG TESTER, PART-TIME – (KANEOHE, OAHU)

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Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Drug Testing Supervisor, this male candidate will support DHS and Federal drug monitoring programs. Interviews will be conducted via ZOOM.

Location: Kaneohe, HI.

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.

Essential Functions

1. Processes all incoming monitoring applications in accordance with respective contract standards.

2. Maintains all logs in accordance with prescribed procedures.

3. Facilitates the collection of urine specimens from male clients and completes on-site testing according to prescribed procedures.

4. Have a basic understanding of substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders.

5. Communicate effectively to a diverse patient population base

6. Maintains client records in accordance with Hina Mauka policies and procedures and in compliance with State and Federal laws, licensing and accreditation standards, and contract stipulations.

Qualification Requirements

1. High school diploma or GED.

2. 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.

3. Certification in CPR and First Aid preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

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

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

Physical/Mental Demands

Light to moderate physical effort; mostly sedentary work; occasional
standing/walking. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases.

Please email resume and cover letter

Pay: $14.00 per hour

TREATMENT ASSOCIATES PER DIEM – (KANEOHE, OAHU)

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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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MEDICAL ASSISTANT – (KANEOHE, OAHU)

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Position Summary: FULL-TIME, 40 hrs/week.

Under supervision of the Registered Nurse, carries out the direct therapeutic interaction with clients, in accordance with the 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 the increased level of functioning and an amelioration of the damaging effects of substance abuse/dependence and, for dually diagnosed clients, the damaging effects of serious mental illness. Also shares in the responsibility for the safety and well-being of the Hina Mauka clients and protects the confidentiality of clients and client records in accordance with all applicable federal
regulations. Consults and collaborates with the Medical Director, TA Supervisor and Manager of Adult Services on client care and receives clinical direction

Essential Functions
1. Monitors clients taking of medication and the maintenance of the Medication Log
2. 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. (Wits -ICD 10codes)
3. Consults with and reports to Associate Medical Director regarding client conditions and need of medical attention. Prep appointments for doctors, schedule Zoom appts for NID’s.
4. Arranges for client transportation for emergency medical care as directed by medical staff
5. Escort patients to exam rooms, interviews patients, monitor detox clients, measure vital signs, including weight, blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and document all information in patient’s chart
6. Ensure all related reports, labs and information is filed is available in patients’
medical records prior to their appointment
7. Keep exam rooms stocked with adequate medical supplies, maintain instruments,
prepare sterilization as required
8. Take telephone messages and provide feedback and answers to
patient/physician/pharmacy calls. Assist clients with outside medical appts. Assist clients with calls to update insurance (address PCP, obtain Lab results)
9. Takes meals, medication and snacks for Plan B on quarantine.

Education/Experience and Training:
1. Current MA Certification or RNA Certification preferred.
2. CPR and first Aid certified.

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 dually diagnosed.
2. Ability to respond calmly and efficiently to stressful situations with crisis
management skills.
4. Well organized and able to maintain accurate concise records and document in the electronic and physical chart.

Hina Mauka offers a robust benefits package to our regular, full-time employees.

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.

To Apply:
Submit your resume to hr@hinamauka.org

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

Hina Mauka
Attention: Human Resources
45-845 Po’okela Street
Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744
Tel: (808) 447-5226
Fax: (808) 236-0495
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