Careers

Careers 2019-02-05T17:06:00+00:00

Employment Opportunities

As positions become available with INPEACE, we will post their information with instructions on how to apply below.

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!

Interested candidates may send cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org

Program Director

We are searching for an extremely enterprising individual with outstanding organizational skills. Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal to prepare clear and concise reports. The Program Director KKLEA is responsible for the overall management and evaluation for the program. If you are detail oriented, flexible in schedule, and have the ability to analyze problems and develop effective solutions, you may be the individual we are looking for.

General Duties: Ensures the effective and efficient implementation of the program through the development and ongoing review of program policies, activities, and approaches. Provides financial oversight which includes approval of programmatic expenses, and administrative and scholarship payments within the budget. Works with the VP of Finance to ensure that funds are properly expended and accounted for. Completes all reports to federal and local funders to ensure program implementation is occurring to contract of scope and budget. Supervises and supports staff for the KKLEA program.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Education Administration, or related field. Experience in College Success and Community Workforce Development.  Must have classroom teaching experience. Two years directly related experience working with non-traditional college students. Two years supervisory and management experience, community work and facilitation.

Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org

To be considered for the interview process resume and cover letter should be submitted by: 02/01/2019


Program Assistant

INPEACE is seeking a Project Coordinator to join our growing organization in our 2Gen Secure Families Program. Under the direct supervision of the 2GenSF Program Manager, the candidate for this position will assist with all pertinent functions of the program. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating participant meetings, maintaining and tracking data of participants for program, generating reports of data collected, and researching small business development opportunities for participants. We are seeking a detail-oriented individual that can ensure all projects are nurtured and supported in every effort and capacity of the program.

General Duties: Initiating contact with participants, maintaining tracking systems for progress, assist with registration process, research for small business development opportunities and advise as needed, ensure that participants have the tools they need to meet project milestones, must be able to attend community outreach events. Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Associate degree in Business Administration or related field. Must be proficient with Word, Excel, and Outlook. Excellent communication skills both written and oral.

Preferred Experience:  Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, detail oriented, proficient with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.   Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org

To be considered for the interview process resume and cover letter should be submitted by: 02/08/2019


Program Assistant

INPEACE is looking for a highly organized Program Assistant to join our ‘ohana. The Program Assistant will provide operational and administrative assistance to the Program Directors and program staff. Performs a variety of administrative services in support of the operations of the program.

General Duties: Assists in data entry and ensures for accuracy and completeness, completing forms & processes for program, maintains filing systems, updating and maintaining databases, maintains client files and adds new information as it becomes available, performs other job duties as requested.

Minimum Qualifications: Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education desired or related field. Two years of experience in a similar capacity.

Preferred Experience:  Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, detail oriented, proficient with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.   Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org

To be considered for the interview process resume and cover letter should be submitted by: 01/25/19

Community Recruiter

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 with 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 enrollment 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 able to have a flexible schedule which may include evenings and weekends. Needs to be proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Minimum Qualifications: Highschool Diploma. Two years of experience in a similar capacity.

Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org



Keiki Steps ‘Ohana Advocate

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 ProgramDirector, 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.

Minimum Qualifications:  Child Development Associate (CDA) certification and a love for working with families with children ages 0-5.

Preferred Experience:  Early Childhood background and/or degree, parenting experience, along with experience in working within Native Hawaiian Communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org


Keiki Steps Teacher’s Aide

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.

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 assessments.  Must be flexible to participate in door-to-door knocking and participate in tabling efforts at events to share information on early childhood education to families of the communities.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS Diploma, experience with working with children ages 0-5; CDA certified or a commitment towards earning the credential.

Preferred Experience:  Early Childhood background  along with experience in working within Native Hawaiian Communities.

Interested candidates may send a cover letter and resume to: careers@inpeace.org

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