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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Human Resources & Risk Management
Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Human Resources & Risk Management is responsible for the overall administration of all human resource functions and is responsible for the planning and implementation of INPEACE’s risk management program. Additionally, this position is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in the areas of worker’s compensation, general liability claims, and the development and implementation of initiatives, strategies and procedures to reduce loss costs.
Duties & Responsibilities: Develop and implement a strategic HR development plan, as well as policies and procedures that define human resource roles. Oversee payroll processing, benefits administration, ad performance management. Maintain and ensure an effective program of compliance with all laws and regulations related to HR. Responsible for identifying potential causes of organizational accidents or loss and recommending and implementing preventative measures. Will develop and implement HR and Risk Management policies and practices to be used within the organization.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or a related field from a four-year university required. At least 5 years managerial experience. 10 or more years of Human Resource experience at a medium sized, multi-site organization. Master’s degree in Business Administration preferred.
Preferred Experience: Posses human resource knowledge and expertise to guide and counsel human resource decisions. Ability to analyze problems, develop effective solutions and resolve problems within Hawaiian cultural context. Knowledge and experience administering risk management and loss prevention programs. Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and nees of familie in Native Hawaiian communities.
Cover letter and resume deadline: October 7, 2019
Ho’ala Community Recruiter – Oahu
We are looking for an energetic and driven 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 helps to raise awareness of community resources and assists with enrollment into early childhood education 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 processes 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.
Minimum Qualfications: High School Diploma; experience in the duties listed above may commensurate for credentials. Able to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
Skills and knowledge: Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Knowledge of early childhood education programs, and resources in the State of Hawai’i and assigned community.
Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience working with Native Hawaiian communities.
Cover letter and resume submission deadline: 10/01/2019
KKLEA Community Recruiter- Oahu
Are you an energetic person who values the importance of education? If so, we are looking for the right individual who has excellent communication skills and is passionate about empowering families. Under the direct supervision of the KKLEA Program Director, the Community Recruiter will outreach to community members interested in attaining a college degree and guide them through the sometimes challenging steps of college enrollment.
General Duties: Promoting the KKLEA program to prospective participants. This may include meeting with families in designated communities to encourage the importance of educational attainment, meeting with participants one-on-one, coordinating and participating in community recruitment events and workshops. Assists is preparation of presentations. Provides progress reports as requested.
Minimum Qualifications: AA Degree in Early Childhood Ed., AS in Early Childhood Ed., AA in Human Services; or related field.
Preferred Experience: Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communites
Cover letter and resume submission deadline:
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By building a team of people who share the same passion for the community, and a dedication to our goals, the culture surrounding INPEACE is one of engagement and empowerment.