Employment Opportunities

Are you interested in a career at one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work with awesome, passionate and talented peers?

INPEACE is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against its qualified employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, medical condition or pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, domestic or sexual violence victim, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.
 
We are an organization that has mandated the COVID-19 vaccination for all staff. Applicants with the first dose prior to hire may be considered.
 
All qualified individuals are highly encouraged to apply.  If you are in need of accommodations or assistance to complete the application or interview process, please contact our Human Resources Director at (808) 693-7222.

Program Kako’o (Juniors & Seniors of Nanakuli & Waianae High School)
Eo Program • O‘ahu • Part-time, Non-Exempt

We are seeking a well-rounded individual who can engage with ʻopio from the Waiʻanae community to help nurture and build their Native Hawaiian identity and leadership skills. Under the supervision of the Program Manager, this individual will build strong relationships with ʻopio and their ʻohana by assisting the program team with implementing a culture and place based learning environment.

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Junior or Senior that attends a public or charter school on the West Coast of Oʻahu
  • Vaccination Required

Skills and Knowledge

  • Knowledge of educational technology.
  • Efficient reading and writing skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule and possibly weekends
  • Willingness to work as part of a team
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Ohana Advocate
Keiki Steps Program • Hawai’i Island • Part-time, Non-Exempt

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 Program Director, 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.

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma
  • Child Development Associate (CDA) credential
  • Bachelor’s of Arts in Family Resources of Social Work
  • Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communities.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Knowledge of early care and education as well as other family support services available in the community.
  • Proficiency required in oral and written communication, interpersonal relations.
  • Excellent planning, organization, coordination skills and ability to motivate people.
  • Willingness to work as part of a team.
  • Ability to seek Hawaiian cultural resources in the community.
  • Ability to analyze problems, develop effective solutions and resolve problems within a Hawaiian cultural context.
  • Willingness to integrate new practices and skills into work environment.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
  • Knowledge of early childhood and family community resources.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in order to interact with internal and external individuals, groups, organizations, and community agencies.

Outreach Specialist
Ho‘ala Program • Oahu • Full-time, Non-Exempt 

We are seeking a well-rounded individual who can engage with community to help families navigate and manage different early learning resources for children pre-natal to five.

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma with commitment to obtain CDA within 1 year of employment
  • Valid driver’s license and use of personal vehicle
  • Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communities.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Knowledgeable of all early childhood education programs, subsidy programs, and resources in the State of Hawai‘i and assigned community
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Excellent planning, organization, coordination skills.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
  • Excellent writing and verbal skills required to prepare clear and concise reports.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently, detail-oriented, flexible, and ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently.
  • Proficient with programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Knowledge of databases, preferred.

Parent Educator
Hi‘ilei Program • O‘ahu Full-Time • Moloka’i Temporary, Non-Exempt

Do you believe in the importance of education and the impact it has in the lives of young children and their family? We have an awesome opportunity for the right individual who has a passion for helping and working with families in the 96792 area.

INPEACE’s Hi‘ilei Program is a high-quality home-visiting program serving prenatal mothers and children up to age three. We are looking for a responsible individual to help families learn about their child’s development. Under the general supervision of the Associate Program Director, this individual will help to build strong relationships with the children and their families by employing a national curriculum and variety of teaching strategies.

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma
  • 2 years of experience working with children within the age of 0-5
  • Experience in community work and facilitation
  • Possesses a valid driver’s license and state-required auto insurance and registration

Preferred Experience:

  • Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communities.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written.
  • Ability to work independently, detailed and solution oriented, and able to multitask concurrently.
  • Excellent planning, organization, coordination, and evaluating skills.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
  • Knowledge of early childhood education, social service, family systems, and community resources.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills required to establish and maintain good working relationships with INPEACE and community partners
  • Knowledge of early childhood, parenting education, and experience in social services but not limited to:
    • Crisis management.
    • Connecting and supporting families to obtain services from community agencies.
    • Mental health support.
  • Early learning programs as well as other family support services available in the community.
  • Display a positive, outgoing, and flexible professional demeanor.
  • Resourceful, non-judgmental, and tactful in communicating with children and adults.
  • Ability to effectively present INPEACE and Hi‘ilei program and respond to questions from parents or community partners.
  • Advocate and support mission, vision, and core values of INPEACE and Parents as Teachers.
  • Moderate to Advance skills and proficiency in all Microsoft software and programs.
  • Moderate to Advance computer skills and navigating through the web, email, and outlook calendar.
  • Perform CPR and First Aid

Teacher’s Aide

Keiki Steps Program •  O‘ahu & Hawai’i Island • Part-Time, Non-Exempt

Part of the Site Team and under the immediate supervision of the Associate Program Director, the Teacher’s Aide will assist in implementing the Keiki Steps program of instruction and adhere to the philosophy, goals and objectives as outlined in the institution’s mission.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide educational support to children and their parents/caregivers.
  • Attend all meetings and trainings including but not limited to Staff Development, Professional Development, Aide Meetings, Monthly Mentor Coach Meeting, Debrief, CLASS Debrief, Annual Assessment Training.
  • Assist in creating an engaging environment.
  • Assist in screening and evaluating of children, their families and caregivers in program.
  • Follow ethical and professional practices in working with children, children’s records, parents, caregivers and colleagues. Work cooperatively with the Homestead leaders, partners, administrators of the site on which the Site is located, and special support personnel.
  • Comply with the requirements of all state and local board of education requirements for the development of educationally appropriate instruction.
  • Assist with providing progress reports as needed.
  • Participate in EC coursework.
  • Use of effective oral and written expression.
  • Perform Site Coordinator duties in their absence.
  • Other duties as requested.

 

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School diploma and at least one year of experience working with children ages 0-5.
  • Experience in family and community involvement within the Play Morning neighborhood.
  • Commitment to working toward a CDA credential.

Preferred Experience:

  • Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communities.

 

Skills and Knowledge

  • Ability to organize, coordinate, plan and implement a comprehensive instructional program for children and their families or caregivers.
  • Knowledge of early care and education as well as other family support services available in the community.
  • Willingness to work as part of a team.
  • Proficiency required in oral and written communication, interpersonal relations.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
  • Knowledge of early childhood and family community resources.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in order to interact with internal and external individuals, groups, organizations, and community agencies.

Financial Capabilities Specialist

Ho’oulu Waiwai •  O‘ahu & Hawai’i Island • Full-Time, Exempt

Under the immediate supervision of the Ho‘oulu Waiwai Program Director, the Financial Capabilities Specialist will be responsible for the assisting in the development, and direct implementation of Ho‘oulu Waiwai’s financial capabilities focused workshops, services, and community outreach.


Duties and Responsibilities
▪ Work directly with the Program Director on program development which includes, but is not limited to, program operation and costs.
▪ Facilitate the implementation of the program’s financial capabilities programming, including monitoring of program operation and costs, implementing the program according to contract, scope, and within budget.
▪ Serves as financial capabilities program’s primary community outreach point-of-contact
▪ Recruit and enroll program participants.
▪ Works with the Program Director to gather and/or develop tools and resources needed for implementation.
▪ Provides direct service to program participants, which includes, but is not limited to, workshops and individualized coaching
▪ Leverages support resources and mentoring for participants of financial literacy and wellness programming.
▪ Develops and maintains positive relationships with partner agencies and institutions.
▪ Responsible for collecting accurate program data through program forms and in-person communication, for program implementation, evaluation, reporting, and other communications.
▪ Contributes to a team effort and accomplishes related results as required.
▪ Maintains confidential information.
▪ Other duties as directed.

Minimum Qualifications

▪ Minimum Associates Degree
▪ Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred
▪ Experience in teaching in group settings and/or individual coaching or
counseling
▪ Two years directly related experience working with families and children


Skills and Knowledge

▪ Ability to manage program effectively and efficiently within budget guidelines
▪ Proven skills with staff management and training
▪ Excellent planning, organization, coordination skills, ability to motivate people
▪ Excellent writing and verbal skills required to prepare clear and concise reports
and to communicate effectively with a wide variety of audiences

▪ Ability to analyze problems, develop effective solutions, and resolve
problems
▪ Excellent interpersonal skills in order to interact with internal and external
individuals, groups, organizations, and community agencies
▪ Ability to work independently, be detail oriented and flexible, and be able
to handle multiple tasks concurrently
▪ Strong computer knowledge to include: Microsoft Office Suite (Word,
PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook) and knowledge of the Caseworthy database
software a plus

Preferred Experience

▪ Knowledge and experience with working in Native Hawaiian communities

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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.

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    Under general supervision of the Keiki Steps Associate Program Director, administers Keiki Steps program of instruction and adheres to the philosophy, goals and objectives as outlined in the institution’s mission.

    Education and Experience

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • High school diploma and at least 2 years of experience working with children ages 0-5.
    • CDA credential

    Preferred Experience:

    • Knowledge and sensitivity to the interests and needs of families in Native Hawaiian and/or poverty communities.

    Skills and Knowledge:

    • Ability to organize, coordinate, plan and implement a comprehensive instructional program for children and their families or caregivers. Knowledge of early care and education as well as other family support services available in the community.
    • Willingness to work as part of a team.
    • Proficiency required in oral and written communication, interpersonal relations.
    • Excellent planning, organization, coordination skills, ability to motivate people.
    • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends.
    • Ability to analyze problems, develop effective solutions and resolve problems within Hawaiian cultural context.
    • Knowledge of early childhood and family community resources.
    • Excellent  interpersonal skills in order to interact with internal and external individuals, groups, organizations, and community agencies.