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FULL MEDICAL BENEFITS

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Staff Accountant (Full-Time)

The Staff Accountant is responsible for supporting the day-today operation of the accounting system of the organization in coordination with the Accounting team and Finance Manager.

COVID Medical Case Manager (Full-Time)

Provide client-centered medical case management services to clients with COVID-19 at a Department of Health-sponsored Isolation and Quarantine Center

Executive Assistant (Full-Time)

​​The Executive Assistant’s primary responsibility is to provide administrative support to the Executive Director and HHHRC management as needed. The primary goal of this position is to increase the Executive Director’s availability for executive-level responsibilities.

  • Manage the Executive Director’s schedule and triage communications with prompt responsiveness and professionalism. Balance incoming scheduling requests by priority level. Exercise sound judgment and diplomacy to make scheduling decisions on Executive Director’s behalf.

  • Regularly liaise with state and county government, funders, legislators, partner organizations, and agency clients. Consistently follow through on all communications to ensure the Executive Director’s deadlines are met.

  • Draft correspondence on behalf of HHHRC and Executive Director

​​Housing First Increment IV Case Manager (Full-Time)

The Housing First Increment IV program will provide needed pre-and posttenancy services, case management, and tenant based rental assistance to individuals who identify as homeless over a three-year term. The successful implementation of the Housing First Increment IV Program is guided by HHHRC's ability to balance the goals and objectives set forth by the City and County of Honolulu and the agency's core values which uphold the dignity of each person through compassion, social justice and a commitment to excellence.

Housing Focused Outreach Worker (Full-Time)

The outreach worker functions as the key linkage between homeless persons and the service systems throughout the community, and responds comprehensively to the needs of the program participants through outreach, referral, and case management. Homeless Outreach Workers must be open, honest, punctual, detail-oriented and organized. Being able to work autonomously is a must.

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Outreach Navigator (Full-Time)

The outreach worker functions as the key linkage between homeless persons and the service systems throughout the community, and responds comprehensively to the needs of the program participants through outreach, referral, and case management. Homeless Outreach Workers must be open, honest, punctual, detail-oriented and organized. Being able to work autonomously is a must.

Medical Case Manager (Full-Time, 2 positions available)

  • Engage participants where they are to establish a working relationship and offer services

  • Conduct intake and assist in assessment, counseling, and referrals for health and other social services

  • Provide interim case management services for each program participant

  • Cross-train in community health outreach and provide back-up coverage for other outreach staff as needed

Medical Receptionist (Full-Time)

  • Staff the reception desk during business hours.

  • Assist the Hospitality Greeter with visitors to check their temperatures and direct them to an appropriate staff person for assistance & help with parking validation.

  • Answer all telephone calls that come to the front desk and provide information or assistance either directly or by transferring the call to an appropriate staff person. Forward messages to appropriate recipients in office.

  • Assist the Hospitality Greeter to receive mail and deliveries to distribute it accordingly.

  • Monitor the whereabouts and availability of other staff members from daily roll call.

  • Assist the Hospitality Greeter to ensure that the reception desk, client waiting room and lobby are maintained in a clean, neat, comfortable manner.

  • Have visitors sign & check in on visitor sign in sheet if they are following staff around the office & give them a visitor badge.

  • Performs clinic front desk duties, including but not limited to, answering incoming telephone calls, obtaining and/or verifying patient information, patient check in/out, coordinate and facilitate accurate patient appointments.

Patient Navigator (Full-Time)

  • Ensure clients are contacted:
    • Contact clients according to HHHRC standards for acuity level
    • Meet with clients in or out of the office to address their needs

  • Ensure that all clients are linked to medical care
    • Stay up-to-date on HIV treatment practices and work in concert with community based nurse
    • Conduct hospital visits for medically acute clients as needed
    • Establish and maintain relationships with local clinics, hospital facilities, and HIV specialists
    • Monitor clients’ adherence to recommended medical care, including medications and doctor’s visits
    • Establish and maintain relationships with local prison facilities

​​MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


See full job description for qualifications specific to each position.

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Non-judgmental attitude and the ability to respect the knowledge, actions, and feelings of others

  • Ability to work with and relate to people from a wide variety of backgrounds

 
HOW TO APPLY

Please note: all positions will remain open until filled. HHHRC reserves the right to close the hiring process at any time without further notice.

Click here to download HHHRC’s Employment Application:

Unless otherwise stated, applicants should send HHHRC's Employment Application, a resume, letter explaining their interest in and qualifications for the desired position, and the names and contact information for three relevant references.

Applications may be submitted via regular mail, fax, or email as attachment as follows:
 

Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center

Attn: Human Resources

677 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 226

Honolulu, HI 96813

Telephone: 808-853-3234; Fax: 808-521-1279
 

Email: jcasken@hhhrc.org

 

 

HHHRC is an equal opportunity employer. All are encouraged to apply.

 

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HHHRC RECEIVES $25,000 GRANT FROM H.T. HAYASHI FOUNDATION

Hawaiʻi Health and Harm Reduction Center was awarded $25,000 to fund grief recovery, education, and certification for its staff with the goal of eventually extending these resources to other social service providers in the community.