Job Opportunities

Aloha,
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.

Community Empowerment Specialist –
Youth Street Outreach Program

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Community Programs
Director, and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, conducts street
outreach and operates drop-in center services focusing on youth and young adults. Street
Outreach Program services to Kauai homeless youth and their families involves
maintaining pantry, utilizing the foodbank monthly, donations and supplies to provide
food, hygiene, and other products as needed. Record keeping is also required to document
services with sign in sheets, encounter forms, Bridging the Gap (BTG) reports/assessments,
entry of data into HMIS, and monthly program reports to the Director. Collaboration with
community partners, recruiting/coordinating volunteers and utilizing resources are critical.

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Current Opening: Community Empowerment Specialist –
Ke Kahua O Ka Malamalama

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Community Programs Director and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, conducts lessons in evidence-based youth development programs. Conduct community cultural programming events through a partnership with local artisans.

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Current Opening: Youth Empowerment Specialist

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Community Programs Director, 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, drug prevention strategies, etc.

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Current Opening: Prevention Programs Coordinator

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Community Programs Director, and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, coordinates with community, schools and other agencies to provide and conduct 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.

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Current Opening: Diversion Programs Assistant

JOB SUMMARY: Under the general supervision of the Diversion Programs Coordinator (DPC), and in keeping with the mission and goals of the agency, provides support to the Kaua’i Teen Court, Victim Impact Classes and Family Conferencing.

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