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Current Openings

  • Manager, Community Change Initiatives (Honolulu)
  • Asset Manager (Honolulu)
  • Manager, Risk & Compliance (Honolulu)
  • Manager, Talent Acquisition (Honolulu)
  • Direct Services Specialist / Social Worker (Molokaʻi)
  • Youth Development Specialist (Hilo)

Manager, Community Change Initiatives (Honolulu)

POSITION SUMMARY: The Manager for Community Change Initiatives (CCI Manager) leads a team of regionally-based CCI Leads to stimulate transformative change within communities that breaks the cycle of poverty for Native Hawaiians. The CCI Manager is responsible for all planning, designing, relationship building, goal setting, monitoring of progress, and initiative evaluation of all community change efforts across the state. The CCI Manager is a member of the Systems Innovations & Community Change leadership team and reports to the Senior Director, Systems Innovations and Community Change.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, business, political science, public administration, social work or other field;
  • 7 years of experience managing complex projects or programs in human services (education, health, housing, social work, etc.), business, communities required;
  • 5 years of experience working with diverse communities and stakeholders required;
  • 3 years required and 5 or more years preferred managing a high performing team.

Asset Manager (Honolulu)

POSITION SUMMARY:  Preserves long term value of Trust real assets (income and non-income producing) through proactive management and maintenance activities. 


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree with concentration in business, finance, accounting, real estate, or equivalent professional experience. 

  • Three (3) to five (5) years of related professional experience. 

  • Ability to work with financial concepts and perform financial analysis including ROI, IRR and 
discounted cashflow modeling. 

  • Well organized, detail-oriented, and capable of handling in-depth special projects. 

  • Industry accreditations such as CCIM, CPM, and CRE preferred. 


Manager, Risk & Compliance (Honolulu)

POSITION SUMMARY: The Risk and Compliance Manager is responsible for organizational risk management including: (1) planning, consulting, and coordinating risk, insurance programs and youth programs of Liliʻuokalani Trust (“LT”); (2) managing insurance relationships and procuring insurance coverage for all operations; (3) oversight of the overall risk management functions including claims administration and insurance renewals; and (4) developing and managing the compliance and safety program. Manages and participates with management in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned risk and compliance related programs; oversees and coordinates safety/compliance program for all teammates, as well as beneficiaries.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in risk management, business administration or equivalent experience required. OHSA, Compliance or Safety certification preferred. At least six years of safety and risk management responsibilities. At least 2 years of management experience preferred. Working knowledge of risk management, compliance, safety, incident, insurance, loss control practices. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.


Manager, Talent Acquisition (Honolulu)

POSITION SUMMARY:  The TA manager will design and lead Liliʻuokalani Trust's (“LT”) talent acquisition and employer brand strategy to focus on outcomes, effectively manage resources, and never lose sight of the experience we provide to all parties. The TA team supports LT's organizational approach to leading people by building culture, engagement, and capacity through integrated talent acquisition, development, and deployment processes that are aligned to LT's goals. LT is targeted to grow substantially over the next two years and this position will collaborate with leaders to identify strategic talent acquisition goals for each area that will help achieve short and long-term talent goals. This position is managed within the People Operations Department of Team Services.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in human resources, marketing, business management or equivalent degree. Master’s Degree, PHR/SPHR or SHRM Certification preferred. At least eight years of human resources experience with demonstrated progressive Generalist/Business Partner responsibilities with at least two years focused on recruiting. At least 2 years’ management experience preferred. Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines, including talent acquisition, employee relations, and employment laws. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office application: Word, Excel and PowerPoint and experience with Ceridian preferred.


Direct Services Specialist / Social Worker (Molokaʻi)

POSITION SUMMARY: Provides professional casework, group work, and community building services. Works with the community to facilitate and coordinate the kīpuka effort to benefit Hawaiian orphan and destitute children within a cultural and assets-based philosophy.  Directly responsible for the implementation of management and operating policies.  

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Social Work or Psychology; or related social services degree with minimum two years post-master’s experience in casework/permanency planning and minimum one year community or macro level experience.


Youth Development Specialist (Hilo)

POSITION SUMMARY: The Youth Development Specialist will plan, arrange, and organize programs.  Facilitate group work and youth development services.  Collaborate and partner with the community to coordinate the organization’s effort to fulfil the Queen’s mission to care for and ensure the wellbeing of the most vulnerable Native Hawaiian children and their families.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in education, human/social services, or relevant field, or at least 6 years of relevant experience; and at least 2 years’ experience in planning and implementing youth programs. Knowledge of youth development and the ability to work with the most vulnerable population.


To apply or ask questions, feel free to contact us at jobs@onipaa.org.

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