DISCOVER - EXPLORE - ENJOY this outstanding opportunity
with Hawai’i Pacific Health!
Apply today and discover your next rewarding career
experience! Find your potential at Hawai’i Pacific
Health, Hawai’i's largest healthcare system. Enhance
your knowledge and dedication to quality health care by
utilizing your expertise to provide exceptional
pediatric care at the Wilcox Pediatric Unit at Kapiolani
Medical Center for Women and Children.
Kapiolani is well recognized as Hawaii's leader in the
care of women and children. The Wilcox Unit at Kapiolani
is a pediatric unit dedicated to providing family
centered, comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for
children with cancer and blood disorders. Kapiolani is a
member of the Children’s Oncology Group, which enables
our children to receive the most current treatment by
participating in the National Cancer Center Institute's
approved clinical trials.
The Clinical Assistant assists in performing nursing
care duties and procedures as well as clerical duties,
Hawai‘i Pacific Health is Hawai‘i’s largest health care
system including a network of four hospitals, 44
outpatient clinics & service sites, and over 1,300
dedicated physicians across the state. We are 5,400+
caring employees strongly committed to health care
excellence. Our facilities include: Kapi‘olani Medical
Center for Women and Children, Pali Momi Medical Center,
Straub Clinic & Hospital and Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
Minimum Qualifications: High school or equivalent.
Completion of nurse aide course with certification or
completion of one year of a nursing program. Current
BLS/HCP card. Acute inpatient pediatric medical/surgical
and hematology/oncology clinical experience.
Preferred: Current Hawai’i CNA certificate. One year
Acute inpatient pediatric medical/surgical and
hematology/oncology clinical experience.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Hawai’i Pacific Health is an equal opportunity employer
and does not unlawfully discriminate against any
applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or
any other class protected by federal or state law.
Concerns or complaints should be brought to the
attention of the Director, Workforce Development at