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Department of Health (DOH) Hawaiʻi Medical Reserve Corps (HIMRC)
The Hawaiʻi Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is the volunteer cache under Department of Health (DOH) that provides surge support (both clinical and non-clinical) during times of public health emergencies and disasters. For additional information about the MRC, please visit their website.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please sign up here.
Hawaiʻi Coordinated Access Resource Entry System (CARES)
Hawaiʻi CARES is recruiting and employing Care Coordination Associates.
- Care Coordination Associate (Temporary): Please log in with a Gmail account, and submit your resume and complete the short application here
- Care Coordination Associate Full-Time (Recruited): Open till 12/31/20. Link for public. Link for current RCUH employees including temporary employees.
- Care Coordination Associate Part-Time (Recruited): Soon posted.
- Hawaii CARES Graduate Assistant: Part-Time positions conditional on enrollment as a UH graduate student.
- Care Coordination Shift Lead: Soon Reposted
- Care Coordination Supervisor: Filled 11/23/20.
- Clinical Director (Temporary): Please log in with a Gmail account, and submit your resume and complete the short application here.
- Other Positions Soon Posted: IT Support, Training Coordinator, Admin Support
American Red Cross
Pacific Island Health Officers Association (PIHOA)
PIHOA is seeking temporary medical and public health surge responders are to be recruited and deployed to two of the RMI’s main health service delivery centers in Delap on Majuro Atoll and Ebeye on Kwajalein Atoll.
If you are interested in becoming a medical or public health surge responder, please visit the website here.
DOH/Omnitrak - First Caller Program
The Omnitrak – First Caller Program is looking for research associates to conduct initial contact calls on behalf of the Hawaiʻi State Department of Heath (DOH), in partnership with the City & County of Honolulu.
NKFH Consortium COVID Response
The National Kidney Foundation of Hawaiʻi is hiring intake and swabbing team members for their airport testing program/COVID screening program.
Kokua Kalihi Valley
Consider joining the team at Kokua Kalihi Valley, as a temporary paid employee for 3 months – Oct 1 to Dec 31.
They’re looking for community health workers, patient navigators, delivery staff, medical assistants, IT specialists (to help families with tablets and smart phones), family economic counselors, videographers, communications specialists, accountants, contact tracers, human resources and purchasing specialists, managers, planners and even more. They’re especially interested in people with family or historical connections to Kalihi or with cultural and language skills relevant to Kalihi.
Email Michael Epp at firstname.lastname@example.org or call their recruitment line at 808-763-1475
We Are Oceania - Bilingual Helpline Specialist
The nonprofit program We Are Oceania is assisting Micronesian communities in Hawaii with COVID related information and resources. They are looking for qualified people, who can work in-office as a Helpline Specialist in any of the following languages: Chuukese, Marshallese, Kosraean, Yapese, Pohnpeian, Palauan, or Samoan.
If interested, view the position description here.
Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA)
The Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA) is hiring. At HI-EMA, you will find a wide variety of jobs that will put your skills to the test while working towards keeping our islands safe. If you are interested in a position, view the listings here.
The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges are looking for CNA lecturers. Positions are offered at Leeward Community College and Windward Community College. If interested, view the position descriptions here.
Waikiki Health has been providing healthcare services to our community for over 50 years. Thanks to our members and passionate and dedicated professionals, we have grown from our single Waikiki Drug Clinic, helping minimize the drug use among our community’s youth, to a multi-service, multi-site non-profit agency. Our mission is to provide quality medical and social services that are accessible and affordable for everyone, regardless of ability to pay. We strive to provide compassionate healing and expert care that result in improved health and quality of life for all in our island community. We work hard each day to better ourselves in order to care for our Hawaii Ohana. If you are looking for a career path that will make an everlasting difference in your community, Waikiki Health is right for you.
Waikiki Health is recruiting for a part-time temporary COVID-19 Contract Tracer. The Contract Tracer will support Waikiki Health’s COVID-19 testing program. No travel required. This position will begin immediately. Candidates must reside within Oahu.
If you are interested in applying, visit their website here.