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Executive Assistant (Full-Time)

  • 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.

  • Record minutes as requested at meetings for committees, taskforces, and working groups facilitated by the Executive Director.

  • Schedule meetings for members of management team as needed, and collaborate with program managers to provide logistical support for projects as needed.

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

Hepatitis Care Coordinator (Full-Time)

  • Provides care coordination services to clients diagnosed with chronic viral hepatitis and who are willing to engage with Hep Free Hawai‘i programs.

  • Care coordination services primarily focus on medical case management, especially for addressing barriers to care and developing a care/treatment plan for hepatitis.

  • Collaborates closely with community health centers, medical providers, and social service agencies to ensure comprehensive care and treatment.

Patient Navigator (Full-Time)

Building effective relationships is the foundation of effective patient navigation. To improve coordination of patient care and reduce barriers, patient navigators must work with different groups of people: patients, healthcare teams and resource providers. The patient navigator builds working relationships, assist with problem solving, and directs patients to resources.

MSM Testing & Outreach Worker (Full-Time)

The MSM Outreach & Testing Worker will conduct HIV & HCV testing services in the office and in outreach settings to high-risk Men who have sex with Men (MSM), Men who have Sex with Men who Inject Drugs (MSM-PWID), partners of individuals living with HIV, and Transgender (TG) individuals. The MSM Outreach & Testing Worker will provide outreach, linkage and referral services to members of the targeted community.

Community Health Outreach Worker (Full-Time)

​The outreach worker is responsible for conducting outreach, overdose prevention, health education, HIV and hepatitis C counseling, testing and referral, distributing safer sex supplies, and distributing and exchanging harm reduction supplies for safer drug use with HHHRC syringe exchange and overdose prevention program participants.

Hospitality Greeter and Security Peer (Full-Time)

​This position is responsible for greeting, screening, and providing assistance to patients and visitors. This position provides quality customer service and may also answer phones and control access to a care delivery area. This position will also support visitors/ and or patients in checking out and getting parking validation when they are done with their visit.




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


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

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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




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


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Hawai῾i Health & Harm Reduction Center released our latest annual report outlining the ongoing successes of Hawaiʿi’s publicly-funded statewide syringe access program (SEP), which began in 1989 to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS. Over 1.18 million syringes were exchanged during the report’s 2019 time frame.

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