Papahana Kuaola (46-403 Haʻikū Rd. Kāneʻohe, HI 96744)
ʻĀINA STEWARD/ LEARNING ASSISTANT
POSITION TITLE: ʻĀina Stewardship/ Learning Assistant
REPORTS TO: ʻIliʻilikauhale ʻĀina Coordinator
STATUS: Full-time. One year position and continuation contingent on funding availability.
PAID: $ 16.00/hr.
WORK HOURS: M-F, 7:30am-4:00pm, occasional weekends
BENEFITS: Gain experience in and contribute to the dynamic and innovative field of mālama ʻāina based education. Medical and dental offered. Paid time off: Holiday.
An entry level position, the ʻĀina Stewardship & Learning Assistant supports the care and cultivation of ʻāina and the maintenance of equipment/facilities, while contributing to the implementation of learning programs and activities for Papahana Kuaola. This position supports the continual improvement of learning spaces and materials in order to positively impact kanaka and ʻāina in alignment with the mission and goals of the organization.
Position Duties & Responsibilities
1. Maintains and improves ʻāina, facilities, and equipment to organizational expectations.
2. Supports delivery of learning activities and materials.
3. Assumes other responsibilities as needed and/or assigned by the ʻIliʻilikauhale ʻĀina
Coordinator or Director.
A. Education: None required.
B. Experience: Any experience indicative of a growing interest in mālama ʻāina and learning
through work on ʻāina.
C. Knowledge: Familiarity with Hawaiian history, culture, and resource management.
D. Abilities and Skills: Good communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work efficiently
as a member of a team. Ability to communicate at a basic level in the Hawaiian language.
E. Other: Position involves significant and sustained physical activity.
Proficient in written and spoken Hawaiian language. Experience as a cultural practitioner and working
with Native Hawaiian learners. following qualities:
Additionally, the ideal candidate to this position exhibits most/all of the
Friendly and approachable
Positive attitude and growth mindset
Able to offer and receive critical feedback in a graceful way Places priority on commitments
Enjoys working with children
Fundamental commitment to aloha ʻāina
Experience in ʻāina-focused cultural practice
Broad cultural skills and knowledge
Experience in specific cultural practice(s)
Connection to ʻĀina Connection to Culture
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To apply, submit a cover letter and a résumé of no more than 2 pages to email@example.com. There is no application deadline for this position. Applications will be accepted and evaluated as they are received. Qualified applicants will progress to an interview, and applicants who do not meet the minimum qualifications will be notified by email of that determination.