External Employment Opportunities

With the intent of helping Native Hawaiian kāne find jobs and become more economically self-sufficient, ʻAha Kāne maintains this list of employment opportunities in the Hawaiian community. Job opportunities will generally be posted within two business days. Postings will remain on this site for approximately one month unless otherwise specified. Please note that ʻAha Kāne is not a job placement agency. Our organization is not responsible for the job posting's accuracy, the employer, the employee, or any related interactions as a result of this courtesy service. If you wish to post a job opportunity, please email keola@ahakane.org.

Advocacy and Community Outreach Associate
Hawai
ʻi Public Health Institute

Hawaiʻi Public Health Institute is seeking to fill a full-time staff position in the capacity of Advocacy and Community Outreach Associate. The Advocacy and Community Outreach Associate will be a key part of HIPHI's policy team. This position supports HIPHI in policy and grassroots advocacy efforts through strategic policy plan development and execution including grassroots building, management, and outreach to partner and potential partner organizations to encourage sound policy decisions and advance mission. This position will also coordinate community outreach and activities and manage related communications.
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Community Coalition Coordinator
Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai
ʻi
The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaiʻi, a program of the Hawaiʻi Public Health Institute, is seeking to fill a full-time staff position in the capacity of Community Coalition Coordinator for Oʻahu. The coordinator will assist with the training and technical assistance, provide program support to coalition workgroups, and develop and maintain relationships with local and national tobacco control organizations. Supports the Executive Director and Program Director in developing a system for training opportunities, technical support network building and communications among tobacco control providers.
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Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps Environmental Internships
KUPU

Looking to gain hands-on experience in the fields of conservation or environmental studies? Love to be outdoors? Spend 11 months working in the field with some of Hawaiʻi's leading environmental managers. Benefits include (but are not limited to): the chance to learn about, protect and restore Hawaiʻi's precious natural resources; working one-on-one with an agency that fits your environmental interests; up to $1,300 monthly living allowance; $5,550 educational award upon finishing term; and the completion of over 1700 hours of volunteer service.
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