From time to time Hale ‘Ōpio has the opportunity to add to our skilled, dedicated team who are committed to the promise of all youth. We post our openings internally first. If you have a passion you’d like to discuss, please contact us. We appreciate your including a resume. Mahalo.
Current Opening: `IHI Case Manager
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Community Programs Director, and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, the primary function of this position focused on current and former foster youth is to provide for independent living skills development for ages 12 -18 and case management and supportive services to achieve self-sufficiency outcomes, including higher education, with young adults through age 26.
Current Opening: Community Programs Administrative Assistant
JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Community Programs Director and in keeping with the mission and values of the organization, organizes and support in the administrative functions of the department including consumer billing, credentialing, chart management, program support, etc.
Current Opening: Paraprofessional Support Worker (PSW)
JOB SUMMARY: Under the general supervision of the Treatment Programs Director, and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, works with the Home Based therapist to provide supported practice with targeted youth in skills they require to achieve their treatment plan goals.
Current Opening: Youth Empowerment Specialist – I Mua!
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Prevention Programs Manager, and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, conducts lessons in evidence-based youth development programs such as Making Proud Choices, Making A Difference, Street Smart and Positive Action with fidelity and educates the parent and community with teen pregnancy, HIV /STD, and drug prevention strategies.
Many people consider opening their home to youth in need. Professional Parents (PP) are core staff of Hale ‘Ōpio. Not employees, PP receive a tax-free stipend to guide and nurture a young person placed in their home.
On-going training and support of Master’s level social workers and weekly Professional Parent groups bring an individual focus and an extended ‘Ohana to those who choose to help parent a youth. Please let us know of your hope to help a young person succeed.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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