IHS is seeking qualified caring individuals to assist the homeless of Oahu. If you want to make a difference in Hawaii’s community, IHS is the employer for you. IHS offers competitive wages and benefits including paid vacations and 401(k).
We currently have openings for:
All candidates: As a condition of employment, all applicants must meet requirements of the particular position and agree to a pre-employment drug test, TB test, criminal background check, reference check, credentialing process, and medical assessment if it is job applicable.
Applicants may apply in person, or send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to:
Attn: Workforce Excellence/HR
350 Sumner St
Honolulu, HI 96817
E-mail: email@example.com (Microsoft Word or PDF only) or Fax: (808) 537-2697
Fillable Employment Application
Fillable Voluntary Self Identification
IHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a Drug & Alcohol-free Workplace.
Duties listed are not all inclusive.
Responsibilities: Provides administrative support to Housing & Employment Director and other Housing Staff as needed to include creating and maintaining client databases. Professionally receives, screens, directs and/or takes messages for all incoming calls for clients and manages daily appointment calendars, especially supporting the Housing program by pre-screening calls, following up on appointments and assisting with client paperwork. Ensures efficiency of the Housing program and confidentiality of records and documentation of services. Creates permanent housing opportunities by developing an inventory of available housing units for program eligible clients with varying price ranges. Will counsel and chart according to the service plan/community resources and refers clients to community resources and assists them in meeting tenancy requirements. Meets the outcomes and documentation requirements as directed by funding sources and IHS policy.
Requirements: Minimum HS diploma/GED equivalent. Preferred Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in the field of Human Services. Minimum 1 year of office and/or administrative experience supporting multiple staff. Must be highly organized and detail-oriented. Must be able to communicate effectively with a diverse population both verbally and in written form in a clear and concise manner. Must have excellent command of the English language. Ability to work under pressure while in stressful situations. Knowledge or training in mental health/substance abuse issues preferred. Has excellent people and problem-solving skills. Proficiency in Microsoft and related software applications. Able to work independently, prioritize, multitask and document daily activities thoroughly. Knowledge of local and community resources that offer assistance to eligible families.
Responsibilities: Cooks, prepares and serves meals to residents in an efficient, safe, sanitary and healthy manner. Maintains the cleanliness/sanitation of the kitchen, meal preparation and storage areas. Responsible for the appropriate utilization of meal supplies/donations and conducts inventory as instructed. Supervises and orients in-house and community volunteers in the areas of meal preparation and service. Professionally greets volunteers and donors, issues receipts as required. Works collaboratively to with volunteers, other guest services and program staff to ensure consistency of services to all guests. Delivers and serves meals and/or picks up donations as needed.
Requirements: Ability to work and communicate with diverse populations of varying comprehension levels. Ability to multitask, work independently and exercise good judgment. Good written communication for effective documentation, knowledge of safe food handling/preparation and kitchen safety and sanitation. Two years of prior food preparation experience and ability to push pull and lift up to 50 pounds required. Must have drivers license and clean abstract. Must be able to work various days and schedules.