Chief Financial Officer

Waimanalo Health

Waimanalo Health, a community health center located in majestic Waimanalo, is seeking a dedicated, talented and team-oriented CFO to join its`ohana (family) to support our mission and values.

SUMMARY

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) coordinates business services including financial reporting, fiscal accountability (general accounting and patient accounting), budget preparation and control, statistics reporting and control, and other special management projects as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). This position participates as a member of the Executive Team in planning, implementing, coordinating, and evaluating operations under the policies and procedures received from the Board of Directors and/or the CEO.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Finance/Accounting from an accredited School of Business Administration.

  • Minimum five years of experience as a CFO with a least two years in middle management required.

  • Experience in health care, non-profit organization.

  • Experience with Federally Qualified Health Center reporting, finance, grant administration and contracts.

  • Must have experience and knowledge of accounting computer applications and other information systems. Advanced technical skills in MS Excel, electronic billing systems and mainframe experience.

  • Experience with medical patient accounting (billing, collections) is preferred.

  • Proven analytical skills, developing financial strategy and providing financial leadership.

  • The CFO will have a collaborative, inclusive leadership style and foster strong internal and external relationships, demonstrated good judgement and personal integrity; superior communication skills; resilience; energy; and commitment to the mission of Waimanalo Health Center.

  • Must be able to work cooperatively with multi-ethnic, multi-cultural staff and patient populations.

Starting salary commensurate with education, certification, and relevant financial and managerial experience. Waimanalo Health Center is dedicated to offering employees an exceptional work environment, and offers competitive salary and benefits.

To apply, please submit resume, application and cover letter to: Meccleshall@waimanalohealth.org

Health Educator

Waimanalo Health

The Health Educator is responsible for providing and managing health education activities to youth/young adults enrolled with KIKM, their families, and the neighborhoods they reside in to promote wellness and healthy lifestyles. The Health Educator will use appropriate strategies and methods to facilitate health promotion and disease prevention. In addition, this position will serve as a resource in identifying the health educational needs of youth/young adults and their families.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in health education or health promotion from an accredited institution.
  • Master’s degree in health education from an accredited institution preferred.
  • Certificate of Health Education Specialist (CHES) preferred but not required.
  • Two years or more experience in health education.
  • Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills; ability to resolve problems and prepare written reports in a professional manner.
  • Must maintain a professional appearance and maintain willingness to serve the public.
  • Must have the ability to work with diverse cultures.
  • Must adhere to policies and procedures.
  • Ability to use MS office and other standard office equipment.
  • Able to be flexible, cope with stressful situations in a calm and deliberate manner.
  • Self-motivated and requires minimal supervision. 

Waimanalo Health is  a community health center seeking dedicated, talented and team-oriented individuals to join its `ohana. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Hawaii by providing easily accessible, quality primary health care services. We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits and a great working environment.

For more information or to apply, please contact Waimanalo Health at jobs@waimanalohealth.org

Family Medicine Provider (Temporary PT)

Waimanalo Health

The provider would be covering for staff Family Medicine providers who are on vacation, on medical leave, or who call out sick. Hours are dependent on coverage needs. The primary responsibility will be to provide patient care in a holistic and culturally sensitive manner, following the latest clinical guidelines and evidence based medicine, in a team-based, patient-centered approach. We are looking for a physician who can do the full scope of family medicine including adult health, pediatric health, and women’s health.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. 1. For Physicians, Hawaii MD or DO license, Federal DEA, and State Narcotics license required. Board Certification required. For nurse practitioners, valid Hawaii RN license, APRN-RX license required.
  2. Basic Life Support for the Health Care Provider certification is required.
  3. Tuberculosis clearance is required prior to start of employment.
  4. Proof of Hepatitis B immunization is required prior to start of employment.
  5. Experience with Electronic Medical Records system is preferred. Will be required to work on Electronic Medical Records system. Use of email is required.
  6. Familiarity with the communities to be served is preferred.
  7. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with individuals, groups, and professionals in a culturally appropriate manner.
  8. Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
  9. Maintains strict confidentiality of all patients and employee information in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
  10. Enforces clinic policies and procedures to ensure that the principles of Waimanalo Health Center are implemented.
  11. Must have good communication, supervisory and organizational skills as well as a good understanding of patient and work flow processes. 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

For Physicians: Graduation from an accredited medical school and completion of residency in the United States required. Board certification is required. 

For Nurse Practitioners: Training in an accredited nursing program and state nursing license is required. Valid Hawaii RN license and Hawaii APRN-RX license required. 

Waimanalo Health is  a community health center seeking dedicated, talented and team-oriented individuals to join its `ohana. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Hawaii by providing easily accessible, quality primary health care services. We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits and a great working environment.

For more information or to apply, please contact Waimanalo Health at jobs@waimanalohealth.org

 

Kū I Ka Māna Supervisor

Waimanalo Health

The Kū I Ka Māna Supervisor creates, implements, maintains and evaluates all Kū I Ka Māna (KIKM) activities which serve the patients and community of the Ko`olau Poko Ahupua`a. In addition, this position will provide and manage health education programs targeting youth/young adults enrolled in KIKM, their families, and the neighborhoods in which they reside. This position also provides supervision to all Kū I Ka Māna Department staff.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • This position has supervisory responsibilities of all Kū I Ka Māna staff.
  • May proctor health education student interns placed at WHC

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in health education, health promotion or health related field from an accredited institution.
  • Master’s degree in health education from an accredited institution preferred.
  • Certificate of Health Education Specialist (CHES) preferred but not required.
  • Two years or more experience in health education preferred.
  • Experience in community and working with culturally diverse populations desired.

 

Waimanalo Health is  a community health center seeking dedicated, talented and team-oriented individuals to join its `ohana. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Hawaii by providing easily accessible, quality primary health care services. We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits and a great working environment.

For more information or to apply, please contact Waimanalo Health at jobs@waimanalohealth.org

Medical Assistant

Waimanalo Health

Waimanalo Health is seeking a  Medical Assistant will work in collaboration with the clinic staff to assess, plan, provide exemplary patient care and implementation of care plans. . The MA I also will assist in administrative and clinical duties as instructed by the Clinic Team Lead, Director of Clinical Operations, Chief Medical Officer, or other medical provider within WHC. The Medical Assistant provides patient care in a holistic and culturally sensitive manner, in a team-based, patient-centered approach, as a part of Waimanalo Health Center’s Patient-Centered Health Care Home approach to care.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Completion of a Medical Assistant Program with 200 hours of clinical externship, military specialist training or completion of two year on-the-job training in medical assisting with 6 months of training. National certification preferred. Computer knowledge of Microsoft programs (Outlook, Word and Excel). Prior experience with an EMR system not required but helpful. Possess excellent customer service and patient care skills. Interacts in a friendly, professional manner with a diverse patient population, staff, providers,

internal and external vendors. Ability to communicate and work effectively with the physical and emotional development of all age groups. Familiarity with the communities to be served is preferred. Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively with individuals, groups, and professionals in a culturally appropriate manner. Demonstrates ability to work effectively as a member of a team.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Completion of a Medical Assistant Nursing program.
  • Current CPR certification required.
  • Demonstrates ability to both verbally and in writing effectively communicate with
  • the population served and in team or group settings.

Waimanalo Health is  a community health center seeking dedicated, talented and team-oriented individuals to join its `ohana. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Hawaii by providing easily accessible, quality primary health care services. We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits and a great working environment.

For more information or to apply, please contact Waimanalo Health at jobs@waimanalohealth.org

Talent Development Manager

AlohaCare

AlohaCare is actively seeking a Talent Development Manager who will be partnering with the Human Resources team and business leaders to drive talent management and leadership development strategies, tools and processes in the disciplines of talent assessment, competency identification, development planning, succession planning, training and coaching to develop leaders to meet the current/future business needs of the company. This role will establish measurements to assess the effectiveness of existing learning/development programs while simultaneously developing comprehensive training/mentoring processes that focus on improving capabilities and strengthening the skill set of the existing workforce.

For detailed information on job responsibilities, requirements and to apply, see the complete position description on http://www.alohacare.org/Careers/Default.aspx

Interested applicants can also send a cover letter and resume to: jgesteuyala@alohacare.org

AlohaCare is a local, non-profit health plan serving the Medicaid and Medicare dual eligible population. They provide comprehensive managed care to qualifying health plan members through well-established partnerships with quality health care providers and community-governed health centers. As Hawaii’s third-largest health plan, AlohaCare offers comprehensive prevention, primary and specialty care coverage in order to successfully build a healthy Hawaii.

Licensed Behavioral Health Clinician

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services

Position available for a Full-time Behavioral Health Provider  (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Psychologist or Licensed Clinical Social Worker). Responsible for evaluation and assessment for behavioral health conditions including depression, anxiety, psychotic disorders, and alcohol and substance abuse, providing treatment, therapy and appropriate referral services for clients.

Valid Hawaii Licensure for APRN Rx, or Clinical Psychologist, or Clinical Social Work required.  

Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) is a non-profit Community Health Center that was founded in 1972 with the mission to promote health, reconciliation and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley. Voted one of the Best Places to Work in 2011, 2012 and 2013, KKV provides a comprehensive array of health care and social services to Kalihi Valley’s predominantly low-income, Asian and Pacific Islander immigrant population. Our 200 diverse staff work together toward the vision of a healthy community in which neighbors help to heal neighbors, and individuals see themselves as part of a larger whole, connected to each other, to their culture and to their shared land. To learn more about KKV please visit http://www.kkv.net.

To apply or for more information, please email jobs@kkv.net.

Grant Writer

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services

Responsible for securing financial resources for Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) and for developing written materials that represent KKV’s vision and mission.

Essential duties: Monitoring needs across the organization and assisting with program, organizational, and capital planning in alignment with KKV’s mission; maintaining existing funding sources and cultivating new and appropriate sources (public and private); developing written materials representing KKV, including grant proposals, annual reports, newsletters and brochures; helping to articulate the history, story, and services of KKV.

Qualifications: Candidates must demonstrate excellent writing capabilities, experience planning and implementing community-based programs, the ability to work with a multi-cultural staff, and the ability to conceptualize and synthesize heterogeneous sources of information into coherent proposals. Bachelor’s degree in related field required, Master’s degree preferred.

Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) is a non-profit Community Health Center that was founded in 1972 with the mission to promote health, reconciliation and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley. Voted one of the Best Places to Work in 2011, 2012 and 2013, KKV provides a comprehensive array of health care and social services to Kalihi Valley’s predominantly low-income, Asian and Pacific Islander immigrant population. Our 200 diverse staff work together toward the vision of a healthy community in which neighbors help to heal neighbors, and individuals see themselves as part of a larger whole, connected to each other, to their culture and to their shared land. To learn more about KKV please visit http://www.kkv.net.

To apply or for more information, please email jobs@kkv.net.

Grants Manager

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services

Responsible for overseeing a team of grantwriters charged with identifying, writing, and securing grants and other resources for innovative community and clinical programs administered by Kokua Kalihi Valley, a Federally-Qualified Community Health Center in urban Honolulu. This is an opportunity to work with cutting edge social and clinical programs, services, and staff including a 100 acre nature and cultural preserve (Ho’oulu Aina), a community food hub (Roots), a popular education program, myriad youth and elder programs, and creative clinical services. This is a challenging position in a highly supportive and collaborative working environment. KKV administers more than 50 grants and secures $6 million plus in annual grant funding.

Essential duties: Tracking funding cycles across the organization to ensure sustainability; assisting with program, organizational, and capital planning in alignment with KKV’s strategic priorities; maintaining existing funding sources and cultivating new and appropriate sources, primarily through developing grant proposals; assisting with the implementation of new projects as needed, including staff development and program evaluation; promoting integration across departments and excitement around KKV’s mission.

Qualifications: Candidates must demonstrate excellent writing capabilities and interpersonal communication skills, strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize, the ability to work with a multi-cultural staff, and the ability to conceptualize and synthesize heterogeneous sources of information into coherent proposals. Candidates should have prior experience in fund development and/or program management; supervisory experience a plus. Bachelor’s degree in related field required, and Master’s degree preferred.

 Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) is a non-profit Community Health Center that was founded in 1972 with the mission to promote health, reconciliation and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley. Voted one of the Best Places to Work in 2011, 2012 and 2013, KKV provides a comprehensive array of health care and social services to Kalihi Valley’s predominantly low-income, Asian and Pacific Islander immigrant population. Our 200 diverse staff work together toward the vision of a healthy community in which neighbors help to heal neighbors, and individuals see themselves as part of a larger whole, connected to each other, to their culture and to their shared land. To learn more about KKV please visit http://www.kkv.net.

To apply or for more information, please email jobs@kkv.net.

IT Program Specialist

Hawaii Primary Care Association

The IT Program Specialist facilitates the Health IT projects for the Hawaii Health Center Controlled Network (HiHCCN) program. They also provide IT support to HPCA staff and are the liaison between the contracted Network Systems Administrator.

Essential Duties:

Under the direction of the HiHCCN Director:

  1. Implements day to day program activities and works closely with team in fulfilling the HiHCCN strategies and activities. 
  2. Provides programmatic and technical support for the HiHCCN grant including, but not limited to, planning and implementing grant strategies and activities, providing training and technical assistance, coordinating related activities, and monitoring progress.
  3. Develops reports, presentations, and graphs for presentation of data and other information to technical and lay audiences to facilitate implementation of Quality Initiatives.
  4. Assists health centers with EHR Optimization and Population Management tools.
  5. Facilitates peer learning networks.
  6. Assists the HiHCCN Director monitor contracts to ensure HiHCCN activities are carried out.
  7. Collaborates with other TTA members for training and technical assistance and assists other HPCA teams as needed.
  8. Effectively represents HPCA in a wide variety of settings
  9. Other duties as assigned.

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer:

  1. Provides user support (helpdesk) and resolution of technical problems to HPCA staff.
  2. On an as needed basis, provides technical assistance to HPCA staff in the design, development, and on-going technical operations of their programs and projects.
  3. Coordinates with contracted Network Systems Administrator.
  4. Assists in coordinating special projects with HPCA staff.
  5. Assumes the role of Security Officer for HPCA.

Education:

Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university experience in information technology related field. Three years of experience working in a health information technology field may be substituted for degree.

Experience:

  1. At least two years’ experience in public health, health promotion or program coordination.
  2. Two years’ experience working in a team environment.

 

Interested applicants may send a cover letter and resume to IT Program Specialist

Dental Director

Molokai Community Health Center

The Dental Director provides leadership in all areas relating to the dental operations at Molokai Community Health Center (MCHC). The Director is responsible for recommending and implementing dental policies and procedures; providing dental services and education to the people of Molokai; supervising the dental staff; ensuring continuous quality improvement in dental care; representing MOHC at organizations concerned with dental care to the underserved; and act as an integral part of the management team of the health center.

EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • DDS Degree from an accredited school of Dentistry
  • Current Hawaii dental license
  • Must be Board certified or Board Eligible
  • At least one year of experience in the practice of dentistry beyond dental school
  • DEA Certificate
  • Hawaii Controlled Substance Certificate
  • Past supervision experience; previous community dental clinic experience preferred

For a complete review of the position's qualifications and responsibilities, or to apply please visit Molokai CHC Positions

Addictions Counselor

Malama I Ke Ola Health Center (Community Clinic of Maui)

The Addictions Counselor (CSAC, LSW or LCSW) is a vital member of the Integrated Care Team and works closely with the Primary Care Department to receive warm handoffs of patients with problematic substance use and addiction, as well as coordinates ongoing care.

This position is primarily responsible for screening and evaluating patients to identify any signs or symptoms of substance use disorders to determine if the patient is eligible for admission to CCM’s outpatient treatment program within the primary care setting in accordance with the applicable professional and ethical standards. If an LCSW is hired, the position may be responsible for providing clinical supervision for other staff members completing their LCSW training/certification.

The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree or higher, be either a Licensed Clinical Social worker or Licensed Social Worker, with an emphasis in problematic substance use and addiction treatment with a CSAC or CSAC in the process, and verifiable 3 years related work experience. The ideal candidate will currently reside on Maui or relocate to Maui within 6 to 8 weeks upon acceptance of the offer and have excellent interpersonal skills with true Aloha serving a diverse population. Full-Time, Exempt position reports to the Integrated Care Director in our Wailuku location.

Interested candidates can find more details on essential duties and functions, or apply through the Job Opportunities link at http://ccmaui.org/

Human Resources Director

AlohaCare

AlohaCare is actively seeking a Human Resources Director to provide leadership in developing and executing HR strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization specifically in the areas of talent management, change management, organizational development and culture building, performance management, training and development, and compensation. Develops policy and directs HR operational activities in the areas of employment, employee relations, benefits, and employee services by performing the following duties. Serves as an Executive Council member.

For detailed information on job responsibilities, requirements and to apply, see the complete position description on http://www.alohacare.org/Careers/Default.aspx

Interested applicants can also send a cover letter and resume to: jgesteuyala@alohacare.org

AlohaCare is a local, non-profit health plan serving the Medicaid and Medicare dual eligible population. They provide comprehensive managed care to qualifying health plan members through well-established partnerships with quality health care providers and community-governed health centers. As Hawaii’s third-largest health plan, AlohaCare offers comprehensive prevention, primary and specialty care coverage in order to successfully build a healthy Hawaii.

Physician

Wahiawa Center for Community Health

The Physician will support/adhere to the Mission of The Wahiawa Center for Community Health (Wahiawa Health). The Physician is primarily responsible for providing quality care to assigned patients of Wahiawa Health both in the inpatient and outpatient setting. He/she also participates in call coverage, quality assurance activities, staff meetings, community outreach and such other health care related activities of Wahiawa Health.

A complete job description can be found here: Physician Wahiawa Health

For more information or to apply, please contact Medical Director Dr. Leo Pascua by email here.

Accountant

Bay Clinic, Inc.

The Accountant will be required to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within an organization.

Bay Clinic, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 Federally Qualified Community Health Center. BCI supports a staff of 170, with 27 health care providers in 9 locations serving East Hawai'i. Please visit www.bayclinic.org for further information about the organization.

To view a detailed job description or apply for this position, download an employment application from www.bayclinic.org. Submit resume with application to bcijobs@bayclinic.org or fax to (808) 961-5678

Medicaid Product Director

AlohaCare

AlohaCare is actively seeking a Medicaid Product Director/Manager to monitor and optimize the performance of the Medicaid product, focusing on assessing performance and making recommendations to improve product performance.

For detailed information on job responsibilities, requirements and to apply, see the complete position description on http://www.alohacare.org/Careers/Default.aspx

Interested applicants can also send a cover letter and resume to: jgesteuyala@alohacare.org

AlohaCare is a local, non-profit health plan serving the Medicaid and Medicare dual eligible population. They provide comprehensive managed care to qualifying health plan members through well-established partnerships with quality health care providers and community-governed health centers. As Hawaii’s third-largest health plan, AlohaCare offers comprehensive prevention, primary and specialty care coverage in order to successfully build a healthy Hawaii.