Regular, Part-Time (50% FTE), RCUH Non-Civil Service position with the University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC), for the Applied Human Services Project (AHSP), located in Kahului, Maui, Hawaii. Continuation of employment is dependent upon program/operational needs, satisfactory work performance, availability of funds, and compliance with applicable Federal/State laws.
MINIMUM MONTHLY SALARY: $1,810.00/Mon. (@ 50% FTE)
DUTIES: Provides specialized expertise for the Aging/Gerontology component of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Human Services project. Conducts comprehensive community-level health, human services and workforce development needs assessments utilizing both quantitative and qualitative data, and focusing on the complex needs of Maui County’s growing population of older individuals. Supports workforce development, development of internship opportunities, and development of skill-based educational opportunities related to Aging/Gerontology. Expands Human Services project Aging/Gerontology component activities to include Lanai and Molokai. Develops and maintains partnerships with national experts; local, state, and federal government health and human services agencies; non-profit organizations and private businesses. Conducts research and leads meetings, teleconferences, training sessions and workshops. Outreaches, promotes and informs the public of project activities.
PRIMARY QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in social science or medical field (e.g., Gerontology, Social Work, or Public Health). EXPERIENCE: Seven to ten (7-10) years of overall professional level experience. At least one (1) year of community collaboration experience. ABIL/KNOW/SKILLS: Current knowledge of aging issues, research and best practices. Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative needs assessment methodology. Knowledge of health care and/or social service systems. Functional knowledge and understanding of the principles, theories, federal and state laws, rules and regulations and systems associated with health care and social service agencies. Functional knowledge of federal grants and project management procedures. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external organizations, groups, team members, individuals, and the public; ability to recognize problems, identify possible causes, and resolve a full range of issues that may occur in managing a grant-funded project; ability to prepare e-mails, memos, letters, reports, and budgets; ability to prepare, develop and present programs determined to be of benefit to those individuals participating in this project; ability to provide presentations to small groups and large group settings; possess excellent written and oral communication skills; possess both PC and Mac computer skills with commonly used professional software programs. Must possess a valid driver’s license and personal insured vehicle.
SECONDARY QUALIFICATIONS: PhD from an accredited college or university in social science or medical field (e.g., Gerontology, Social Work, or Public Health). Knowledge of UH administrative procedures; knowledge of Hawaiian & Maui cultures. One (1) year experience working on a federal grant-funded project.
INQUIRIES: Susan Wyche 984-3670 (Maui).
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Please go to www.rcuh.com, click on “Employment”; select “Apply” and navigate to “See Job Announcements and/or Apply for a Job.” You must submit the following documents online to be considered for the position: 1) Cover Letter, 2) Resume, 3) Salary History, 4) Supervisory References, 5) Copy of Degree(s)/Transcript(s)/Certificate(s). All online applications must be submitted/received by the closing date (11:59 P.M. Hawaii Standard Time/RCUH receipt time) as stated on the job posting. If you do not have access to our system and the closing date is imminent, you may send additional documents to email@example.com. If you have questions on the application process and/or need assistance, please call (808)956-8344.
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The Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii - 23 months ago