Employment

Kids Hurt Too Hawaii is now hiring for three full time positions. Please see below. Applications will be accepted through August 31, 2018. We wish to hire for each position by September 16, 2018

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Michael Moore at [email protected]

Job Title: Training Coordinator

Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) is seeking a qualified individual to serve as a full time Training Facilitator. This position would work with grieving children, youth and caregivers who have been exposed to crime under our Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Project. We are seeking an individual with substantial knowledge of the communities on Oahu and Hawaiian cultural values and standards. More information can be found on our website at www.kidshurttoo.org.

Scope

The Training Coordinator is an exempt position hired and released by the Executive Director. The Training Coordinator oversees all staff, contractor and volunteer training for Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) under the VOCA contract; supervises assigned paid and volunteer personnel and reports to the Program Director.

Professional Requirements

Master’s degree in a social work or human services field preferred; 5 plus years’ experience working with victimized, traumatized, grieving (loss of one or both parents), and/or foster children and youth; experience facilitating groups for children, youth and adults; experience supervising staff and volunteers; experience in program evaluation; experience in conducting training of professional staff, and developing, preparing and presenting other presentations; experience in collaboration and/or networking with the community; experience working with volunteers.

The Training Coordinator will have experience and be expected to work with a diverse population; provide an environment that encourages youth leadership; demonstrates an attitude of compassion, empathy, and positive regard; effectively manages change. Knowledge of Microsoft office programs, a valid driver’s license, insurance, and own vehicle is required.

Major Functions

  • Completes Children’s Grief and Trauma Facilitator and Mentor training;
  • Oversees annual training of all agency and contracted personnel in the best-practices training methods of the agency.
  • Assists in the recruiting, screening, interviewing and training of new staff and volunteers, assuring compliance with contractual requirements of background checks;
  • Coordinates peer support groups, implements and provides technical assistance to training and mentoring programs;
  • Acts as an adult mentor and resource person for youth workers and participants;
  • Attends monthly team meetings and management meetings;
  • Handles crisis calls and conducts crisis interventions and intakes;
  • Makes referrals for additional services;
  • Schedules activities with children and youth on and off site;
  • Develops activities for and assures engagement of children and youth in programs;
  • Trains, develops and supervises Facilitators, facilitator volunteers, other volunteers as assigned, and participants in groups and outings;
  • Assures compliance with organization’s program policies and procedures;
  • Assists with development and provision of all other agency training as assigned;
  • Assists with collection of data needed for monthly, quarterly and annual reports;
  • Makes recommendations for program development, training improvements and program quality.
  • Assists with fundraising;
  • Performs all related duties as assigned.

Job Title: Facilitator

Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) is seeking a qualified individual to serve as a full time training Facilitator. This position would work with grieving children, youth and caregivers who have been exposed to crime under our Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Project. We are seeking an individual with substantial knowledge of the communities on Oahu and Hawaiian cultural values and standards. More information can be found on our website at www.kidshurttoo.org.

Scope

The Facilitator is a non-exempt position hired and released by the Executive Director, and reports to the Training Coordinator. The Facilitator supports the Training Coordinator to complete all training for KHTH. The Facilitator facilitates child, youth and adult groups under the VOCA-KHTH Project.

Professional Requirements

Master’s degree in a social work or human services field preferred; 3 years’ experience working with victimized, traumatized, grieving (loss of parent or parents), and/or foster children and youth; experience facilitating training and groups for children, youth and adults; some experience supervising staff and volunteers; experience in program evaluation; must become capable of conducting KHTH facilitator training, and other presentations; experience in collaboration and/or networking with the community; experience working with volunteers. The Facilitator will have experience and be expected to work with a diverse population; provide an environment that encourages youth leadership; demonstrates an attitude of compassion, empathy, and positive regard; effectively manages change. Knowledge of Microsoft office programs, a valid driver’s license, insurance, and own vehicle is required.

Major Functions

  • Assists with annual training of all agency and contracted personnel in the best-practices training methods of the agency.
  • Facilitates child, youth and caregiver peer support groups, implements and provides technical assistance to training and mentoring programs;
  • Acts as an adult mentor and resource person for youth workers and participants;
  • Attends monthly team meetings;
  • Handles crisis calls and conducts crisis interventions and intakes as needed;
  • Makes recommendations for referrals for additional services;
  • Develops activities for and assures engagement of children and youth in programs;
  • Trains, requests and supervises volunteers and participants in groups and outings, if assigned;
  • Assures compliance with organization’s program policies and procedures;
  • Assists with all other agency training as needed;
  • Assists with collection of data needed for monthly, quarterly and annual reports;
  • Makes recommendations for program development, training improvements and program quality.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Job Title: Case Manager

Kids Hurt Too Hawaii (KHTH) is seeking a qualified individual to serve as a full time Case Manager. This position would work strictly with grieving children, youth and caregivers who have been exposed to crime under our Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Project. We are seeking an individual with substantial knowledge of the communities on Oahu and Hawaiian cultural values and standards. More information can be found on our website at www.kidshurttoo.org.

Scope

The Case Manager is a non-exempt position hired and released by the Executive Director, and reports to the Program Director. The Case Manager oversees all client cases served under VOCA funding.

Professional Requirements

A qualified individual will have a Bachelor’s degree in a social services or related field, and three years’ experience providing case management with the target, or a crossover, population. An appropriate candidate will be able to manage and address the needs of families served by the VOCA-KHTH Project, particularly those that have arisen as a result of exposure to crime. This could be child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, or any other crime that may have created trauma for the family.

 

Services shall include assisting families with referrals for their children needing further evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, learning support, transportation, advocacy, or other needs as a result of exposure to crime, and; healthcare or immunizations. Services may include assisting families to navigate the legal system to obtain supports offered to victims of crime, and transportation.

Major Functions

  • Provides face to face contact with children and families served. Completes and submits documentation of services provided within one working day.
  • Assists, when applicable, with the intake process by helping the family to complete the consents for release of information and all other forms related to services at KHTH.
  • Creates, with the family, a Case Management Service Plan with goals and objectives according to policy and the individual needs of the family served.
  • Participates in the individual service planning meeting with the family and any other relevant team members, as needed.
  • Maintains case records of assigned families in accordance with agency and project quality assurance standards.
  • Participates with other service providers to accomplish joint services planning and to facilitate the provision of services to child and family; ensures that services are provided and helpful to persons served.
  • Respects the cultural values and beliefs of the family.  Provides services with the expected outcome for families served identified in the project scope.
  • Maintains confidentiality of persons served, and an ethical code of conduct at all times.
  • Complies with current policies for health and safety procedures at all times.
  • Assists with the training of new staff members on client needs, as appropriate.