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Careers at Easterseals Hawaii


Looking For a Career with a Purpose?

Now's the perfect time to join our Easterseals Hawaii team! We have job openings in our offices statewide. We are currently accepting applications for the following departments and programs:

  • Administration
  • ABA Services
  • Early Intervention
  • Home & Community Based Services

 

How to Apply:

Please email your cover letter, resume and a completed 
Easterseals Hawaii Application
to [email protected], or mail to:

Easterseals Hawaii
Attn: Human Resources
710 Green Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Fax: 808.536.3765

 

 

PROGRAMS

Administration

Vice President of Programs

In this leadership role you will be a champion for our clinical teams; building a culture of excellence, collaboration and continuous learning. You will also have the opportunity to ensure the teams have the insights they need to focus on execution and best-in-class services. You will be instrumental redefining what’s possible. If shaping strategy and putting it to work is your strength, you will thrive in this role. Working side by side with the senior leadership team, you will drive the vision to ensure alignment and integration across projects and programs to ensure results that align to and support the key business drivers. Operational excellence and standardized processes is what ensures program sustainability and expansion of services for a community who is in need. You will be the catalyst for regulatory compliance, standards of care and the stability of funding sources for the entire team and portfolio of services. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree, Master's preferred; ten years' related work experience with increasing responsibility; at least eight years' work experience managing programs, services, and operations; five years' proven experience in senior management, to include supervising and interacting with seasoned staff responsible for key organizational functions.

Manager, Office of Risk Management

We are currently looking for a dynamic person to take on a role of the Manager, Office of Risk Management. The successful candidate will have five years of experience in overseeing risk management efforts in the healthcare setting and ensuring compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.The Manager, Office of Risk Management (“ORM”), is responsible for assisting with the risk and compliance oversight activities of Easterseals Hawaii, which supports the Vision, Values and Mission of Easterseals. The Manager, ORM, will work under the direction of the Director, Privacy Program, Easterseals Bay Area, to assist with maintaining compliance with Easterseals Hawaii policies, client safety, client and family services and care, and risk program. In this role, you will have the opportunity to grow and deepen your knowledge of developing, growing and managing a privacy, compliance and risk program.Travel is an essential part of the job to ensure the development of close, strategic and collaborative relationships across all Easterseals Hawaii locations and to attend Easterseals Bay Area meetings in California. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree required. Master’s degree or JD preferred. Minimum five years in healthcare privacy, compliance or risk management working with state and federal compliance laws and regulations, or auditing.Certification in Compliance, Privacy or Risk Management; or attained within six months.

Senior Project Manager - Real Estate and Facilities

This role will ensure optimal functioning of all building systems, office spaces, and clinical facilities throughout the Easterseals Hawaii organization, including coordination with ESH staff, landlords, and government agencies. Incumbent will allocate office and therapy space as appropriate, and source and purchase necessary supplies, furniture, and equipment within budget to maintain a safe and cohesive appearance of all building spaces; serve as first point of contact for Property Management partners and other vendors, and will often lead and direct the work of others, including outside vendors, contractors, and tradespeople for projects, necessary repairs or building issues; manage workplace safety procedures and processes. The Sr. Project Manager will also provide support for important deliverables and input including office safety, emergency actions plans, clinical compliance, building maintenance, space planning and high level customer service standards. Additionally, the role requires ability to coordinate basic design and construction projects as need in multiple Facilities on four separate islands. Requirements: BA/BS in facility management, business administration or relevant field, or equivalent; 5+ years proven facility management experience; 3 to 5 years experience managing site remodels and new build constructions.

ABA Services

Clinical Supervisor/Behavior Analyst, BCBA

Honolulu (FT)

This position provides services and clinical support for children and adolescents, diagnosed with ASD and other related developmental disabilities within a center-based clinic, school, home and/or community setting for clients ages 2-21. Responsible for supervision of behavior therapist level personnel; performing assessments and intakes and support of various activities requiring knowledge in behavior analysis. Requires a Master’s or Doctorate degree in related field; at least two years of BCBA certification; 5 years’ experience in the field of Behavior Analysis, and two years supervision of at least 10 behavior therapists/technicians/tutors.

Registered Behavior Technician/Therapist

Honolulu (FT)

Provides direct intervention services to children diagnosed with Autism and other related developmental disabilities. Position is under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor/Behavior Analyst. Requires a High School diploma or equivalent; we cover the cost  of coursework and training towards RBT ( Registered Behavior Therapist) certification. Valid driver’s license, and ability to travel to various parts of the island is required.

 

Early Intervention

Occupational Therapist

Kauai (PT), Kailua (FT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, this position provides occupational therapy services to children from 0 to 3 years old with special needs. Experience working with children in the field of early intervention preferred. Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy required and must be a registered Occupational Therapist (OTR) by the American Occupational Therapy Association.

Speech-Language Pathologist

Hilo (FT), Kauai (FT), Kapolei (FT), Kailua (FT /PT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, this position provides speech-language therapy services, apply principles and practices to children with special needs, and promote optimum speech language development. Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology or equivalent and license to provide speech language therapy in Hawaii required. Experience working with children with special needs in the field of Early Intervention preferred.

Social Worker/ Care Coordinator

Hilo (FT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, Social Worker/Care Coordinator provides immediate interim and ongoing culturally competent, family-centered care coordination services for infants and toddlers with special needs and their families. Experience working with families who have children with special needs in the field of early intervention preferred. Minimum of Bachelor's degree in social science or education field.

Kapolei (FT), Honolulu (FT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, Social Worker/Care Coordinator position provides immediate interim and ongoing culturally competent, family-centered care coordination services for infants and toddlers with special needs and their families. Experience working with families who have children with special needs in the field of early intervention preferred. Master's Degree in Social Work and current State of Hawaii license in Social Work required.

Special Education Teacher

Hilo (FT), Kailua (FT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, this position provides support to families using a Primary Service Provider model and evidence-based coaching techniques. This position is under the direct supervision of the Early Intervention Program Manager. Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education required; Master's of Special Education preferred. One year minimum experience working as a special educator and experience working with children with special needs in the field of early intervention strongly preferred.

Physical Therapist

Hilo (FT), Honolulu (FT)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, this position provides support to families using a Primary Service Provider model and evidence-based coaching techniques. Provides physical therapy services, applying principles and practices to children with special needs, to promote optimum gross motor skills development. Bachelor’s degree and license to provide physical therapy in Hawaii required, experience in pediatrics and/or with children preferred.

Home & Community Based Services

Administrative Assistant 

Ewa (FT)

Administrative Assistant will provide administrative and project support for an educational, developmental, therapeutic program for children and adults with special needs and their families, including creating, analyzing, and managing the reports and communications of this program. Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager. Requirements: High School diploma, 3+ years of experience in administrative position.

Program Manager

Napuakea (FT)

Program Manager is responsible for the overall daily operations and management of a Home and Community Based Services Waiver Program, including programmatic, fiscal, contractual, facility, personnel, fundraising, and best practice compliance. Facilitates and promotes the growth of the program, staff and individual program participants, in a safe and positive learning environment. Under the direct supervision of the Vice President of Program Development. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field; 3-5 years of progressive experience working with persons with developmental disabilities; 3+ years in direct managerial/supervisory role; working knowledge of the Medicaid Waiver.

 

Assistant Program Manager

Hilo (FT)

Assistant Program Manager directly assists with the management of the HCBS Adult Day Healthe (ADH) Waiver program, including overall fiscal, legal, and precedural compliance and the daily service operations. Facilitates and promotes the growth of the program and the individual program participants in a safe and positive learning environment. Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager of HCBS. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in a field of human services; four years of progressive experience working with persons with developmental disabilities with two years in managerial/supervisory role.

Case Coordinator

Ewa (FT)

Hilo (FT)

Waimea (FT)

Honolulu (FT)

Case Coordinator maintains a caseload of participants in our Adult Day Health program and support services for 15-20 participants; provides assistance and coaching to individuals with developmental disabilities to meet goals and outcomes that increase their independence, develop natural supports and friendships, and ability to contribute to society; and coaches these individuals in a variety of life skills, including socialization, communication, and money management. Requirements: Bachelor's degree and 2 years of experience in working with people with Developmental Disabilities

Program Assistant

Honolulu, Oahu (FT)

Kapaa, Kauai (FT)

Kapolei, Oahu (FT)

Maui (FT)

Provides personal assistance and care to adults with disabilities including activities of daily living in the Adult Day Health Program. HS diploma or equivalent is required. Some experience with DD population is preferred.

Community Based Providers

Honolulu, Oahu (PT/FT)

East Hawaii Island (PT/FT)

Kauai (PT/FT)

Maui (PT/FT)

These positions provide assistance and coaching to individuals with developmental disabilities to meet goals and outcomes that increase their independence, develop natural supports and friendships, and contribute to society. Positions will also coach individuals in a variety of goals, including socialization, communication, and money management. A High School diploma or equivalent is required, some’ experience working with DD population is preferred. Valid driver’s license, and ability to travel to various parts of the island is required.

Employment Associate

Maui (PT), Kauai (FT), Hilo (FT)

Responsible to work directly with job seekers to develop employment opportunities through evaluation and training, job development, onsite job coaching, and employer support. Documentation of progress and report writing required. High school diploma, CPR/First Aid certification, valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required.

 

 

Please email your cover letter, resume and a completed 
Easterseals Hawaii Application 
to [email protected], or mail to:

Easterseals Hawaii
Attn: Human Resources
710 Green Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Fax: 808.536.3765

Easterseals Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity Employer.