Are you interested in working at one of Hawai‘i’s Best Places to Work with awesome, passionate and talented peers? Check out the following employment opportunities!
INPEACE is looking for an industrious individual who knows the importance of education for our growing keiki. Must have excellent communication skills and a passion to help families. Under the supervision of the Program Manager for the Ho’ala Program, the Community Recruiter informs and assists the community families wtih enrollment in early childhood programs.
General Duties: Door to door knocking to share information on early childhood education to families within the community. Helps with identifying the best options for family’s needs. Assists families with the completion of application process for enrolllment into ECE programs and/or tuition subsidy program applications. Identifies and participates in community events to raise awareness of INPEACE programs. Provides program progress reports upon request. Must be available to work a 25-30 hour work week with a flexible schedule which may include evenings and weekends. Needs to be proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Minimum Qualifications: Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education desired or related field. Two years of experience in a similar capacity.
Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher’s Aide – Oahu
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is a leader in their family or community, is flexible, a hard worker, able to get along with others, and willing to try new things. The Teacher’s Aide will be a part of the Site Team under the immediate supervision of the Keiki Steps Program Director at appointed site.
General Duties: Responsible for assisting in the Keiki Steps parent participation preschool program; providing educational support to children and their parents/caregivers as needed; setting up and breaking down the site daily; preparing snack; supporting circle time and assesments.
Qualifications: HS Diploma, experience with working with children ages 0-5, CDA certified or a commitment towards earning the credential.
Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian Communities.
Interested Candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
Site Coordinator – Oahu
We are searching for an enthusiastic individual whose energetic personality will bring happy smiles and the motivation to learn to our keiki in our Keiki Steps Program. The Site Coordinator will be a strong leader of the Site Team under the general supervision of the Keiki Steps Program Director.
General Duties: Responsible for the overall operation and implementation of activities and deadlines of Keiki Steps program. Prepare and implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans while complying with all state and local board of education requirements. Create a safe and fun environment conducive to learning for the keiki and parents/caregivers by encouraging different teaching strategies. Recognizing learning problems in children and making referrals as appropriate. Must have excellent communication and organizational skills.
Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma and at least 2 years of experience working with children from the ages 0-5. CDA certificate or commitment to working toward a CDA credential.
Preferred experience: Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities.
Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Ohana Advocate – Oahu
Do you believe that education is the key to success for children and families? Do you want to share your passion for education and empower others? If so, you may be the person that we are looking for. Under the direct supervision of the Keiki Steps Program Director, the ‘Ohana Advocate will be a part of a parent participation preschool site team, build relationships with families, provide answers to parenting questions and make connections to available resources within the community.
General Duties: Works closely with families and caregivers to provide parenting information along with resource and referral services on-site. Must have knowledge of available community resources and the strong ability to research resources once family’s needs are identified. Works with Site Coordinator to schedule parent education courses and workshops. Build meaningful relationships with families. Must have strong communication and organizational skills.
Qualifications: HS Diploma and a love for working with families with children ages 0-5.
Preferred Experience: Early Childhood background and/or degree, parenting experience, along with knowledge and experience with working with Native Hawaiian communities.