Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in any of the vacant positions please submit your resume to hr@patch-hi.org

Family Child Care Recruiter – Oahu Full Time

Responsible for recruiting and providing technical assistance to individuals interested in becoming family child care providers.

  • Maintains a tracking system that follows a potential family child care provider from the initial phone call to becoming a child care provider.
  • Conducts home visits to provide technical assistance to potential family child care providers to assist them in offering quality child care in their homes.
  • Conducts outreach activities to identify potential family child care providers and to promote the business of family child care.
  • Monday – Friday 7:30 – 4:30 with occasional nights and weekends.

Experience:

  • Knowledge of the state’s chid care licensing requirements is highly preferred
  • AA in ECE or related field
  • Previous experience as a child care provider highly preferred
  • Must have a valid drivers license, proof of insurance, and access to a vehicle.

Preschool Open Doors Program Specialist I – Oahu Full Time

Responsible for processing and verifying income eligibility for clients who apply for Preschool Open Doors. Accessing the DHS databases and processing payments to the schools or families who qualify

  • Reviews applications as they are received in the office.
  • Responds to questions from families when they call to ask about progress on their application. Monitors and tracks application progress. Notifies parents of what is missing from their documents to complete the application.
  • Process applications and provides notice to families.
  • Must have excellent computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft applications
  • Possess excellent customer service skills
  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Experience with casework administration
  • $35 – $38K

Child Care Resource & Referral Subsidy Specialist I Full time: Kauai

Assist families in navigating the process of receiving child care subsidies from the Department through email, telephone, or in person. Help families identify and understand the options available to meet their child care needs.

CCR&R Subsidy Support Specialist I : Ensure families’ accuracy and completion of families and license-exempt providers’ paperwork. Qualifications needed include basic customer service and oral communication knowledge and proficiency in utilizing technology, including but not limited to Microsoft 365 and various databases. Knowledge of the state’s child care licensing requirements, experience as a case manager, degree in early childhood education, and previous experience working with parents is preferred.

$35,800 – $38,800

 

All positions are required to attend outreach events in the community and overall support of the CCR&R program. Candidate must provide a valid drivers license as well as proof of insurance.

Oahu, Maui, Kona & Kauai child care Trainer – on call

  • Conducts classes for PATCH
  • Assures the provision of necessary materials and supplies for each class
  • Familiarizes oneself with the training materials and equipment
  • Distributes, gathers and completes the necessary paperwork related to each class
  • Sets up and cleans up before and after each class
  • Returns training materials and necessary paperwork to PATCH offices within a timely manner
  • On-call schedule with varying work hours, which may include nights and weekends
  • Minimum 3 years of experience providing training to adults who work with children.
  • Minimum 12 credits in ECE or Child Development
  • Associate Degree from an accredited college in ECE or related field AND at least 10 years ECE experienceOR
  • Bachelor Degree or higher from an accredited college in ECE or related AND at least 3 years ECE experience

 

All positions are required to attend outreach events in the community and overall support of the CCR&R program. Candidate must provide a valid drivers license as well as proof of insurance.

Child Care Resource & Referral Family Navigator Admin – Full Time Oahu

Enjoy working and helping families? We are looking for a responsible for providing clerical support for the R&R program department with emphasis on subsidy and licensed exempt providers. Responsible for assisting and obtaining information from family choice LE child care providers.

Monday – Friday 7:30 – 4:30pm

Degree in early childhood education or related, preferred.

Experience as a child care provider is preferred.

Previous experience working with parents is preferred.

$31-3$32K

Kauai Island Coordinator – Full Time Kauai

Enjoy working and helping others? Have a passion for early childhood? PATCH is looking for an Island Coordinator to assist with coordination and implementation of PATCH services in the community. Kauai Coordinator is will be managing our Family Child Care Recruitment program statewide.

Assesses child care needs and resources in the respective communities and determines ways in which PATCH might be able to address those needs.

Coordinates child care training classes on his or her island. Includes making arrangements for the facility and trainer including any travel arrangements.

Responsible for implementation of Recruitment program. Conduct monthly training with recruiters and provide guidance to ensure contractual requirements are being met.

Must have a valid driver’s license have access to a reliable vehicle and insurance. Monday – Friday 7:30 – 4:30 with occasional nights and weekends.

BA degree in ECE or related field preferred.

4 years of experience in ECE or related field

2 years of supervisory experience

$46K-$50K

Maui Island Coordinator – Maui Full Time 40 hours

Essential Duties:

· Recruits, trains and supervises employees.

· Ensures compliance with contractual obligations and prepares the necessary reports.

· Monitors respective budgets.

· Conducts staff meetings.

· Responsible for the physical maintenance and operation of his/her respective site.

· Accountable for quality control and implementation of Agency policies & procedures.

· Coordinates and conducts conferences, trainings, focus groups, and workshops that enhance the goals according to PATCH’s strategic plan.

· Develops and implements public awareness campaigns under the direction of the Executive Director.

· Represents PATCH on various boards, tasks forces, and committees as deemed necessary.

· Assesses child care needs and resources in the respective communities and determines ways in which PATCH might be able to address those needs.

· Work closely with Maui County Early Childhood Coordinator.

· Monitors respective budgets and ensures compliance to all contractual commitments of the program he or she is overseeing.

· Establishes and maintains relationships with other organizations as it relates to PATCH’s strategic goals. Includes representing PATCH on various boards, task forces, councils and committees as deemed necessary.

Other Duties:

· Conducts outreach activities to market all PATCH services.

· Connects child care providers and families to community support systems and provides technical assistance.

· Attends statewide staff meetings as required.

· Performs other duties as assigned.

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