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Resource Center Worker - Lahaina and Central

Job summary

Provides oversight of the physical premises to ensure security and safety of the residents. Monitors the resident clients to ensure they are in compliance with certain of the rules and regulations for the facility.

Summary of Essential Job Functions  

  1. Provides general oversight of the Center to ensure security of the premises and safety of the residents. Has access to all living units, within certain restrictions, on a 24 hour basis.
  2. During an assigned shift, enforces rules, settles disputes, imposes penalties, and oversees and records daily chore performance.
  3. Oversees the general cleanliness of the property by performing independent checks and monitoring and instructing the chore people in the techniques of cleaning, ( i.e. restrooms facilities are cleaned and stocked, weeds are pulled, lanai’s are kept uncluttered, trash picked up, etc..)
  4. Communicates general repair requests to the Operations Manager.
  5. Is thoroughly familiar with the rules and regulations of the facility and understands the vision and philosophy of the mission.
  6. Is trained in the use of First Aid and CPR and performs those skills as required.
  7. Performs fire evacuation drills and quarterly inspections on all apartments for damages and cleanliness.
  8. Cleans apartments after clients exit and do laundry as necessary.
  9. Performs searches on apartments and lockers as necessary.
  10. Prepares daily and weekly written records, incident reports and eviction notices as required.
  11. Using a company vehicle provides transportation for donations such as clothes, furniture, and food for the Center.
  12. Participates with staff in assigning living units and beds to clients.
  13. Will be required to assist with minor maintenance repairs.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements

  1. Must have High School diploma or equivalent.
  2. 2 years experience in work involving human institutional services.

Abilities Required

  1. To read, write and comprehend the English language
  2. Must be familiar with computers, Microsoft Word
  3. To interact with clients from all walks of life and from all backgrounds, withholding judgment and treating all with fairness and respect
  4. To effectively communicate, present, information and respond adequately to questions from clients
  5. To identify and define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
  6. To interpret rules and procedures to clients having different levels of comprehension and competence
  7. To maintain firm but friendly control over a number of residents with varying needs and backgrounds
  8. To maintain routine records
  9. To perform CPR and first aid
  10. To understand and consistently enforce the rules, regulations, policies and objectives of the Resource Center
  11. To utilize a desktop computer for basic word processing and data entry functions
  12. Demonstrate fairness
  13. Act at all times with honesty and truth
  14. Required to lift or move up to 50 pounds

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Additional Information

Download the PDF – Resource-Center-Worker-Operations PDF

Week End Operations Worker, HMOW

Job summary

Provides oversight of the physical premises to ensure security and safety of the tenants and staff.

Summary of Essential Job Functions  

  1. Provides general oversight of the affordable housing complex to ensure security of the premises and safety of the residents.
  2. Has knowledge of the rules, regulations and expectations for tenants at HMOW.
  3. During an assigned shift, enforces rules with impartiality and fairness.
  4. Resolves minor conflicts between tenants.
  5. Enforces children’s curfew times.
  6. Accurately documents any incidents to ensure proper paper trail.
  7. Maintains property log book, entering pertinent data as required.
  8. Communicates general repair requests to the Maintenance Supervisor as noted.
  9. Is thoroughly familiar with the rules and regulations of the facility.
  10. Registers tenant vehicles and provides information to Supervisor.
  11. Calls MPD as needed and provides police with accurate information.
  12. Is trained in the use of First Aid and CPR and performs those skills as required.
  13. Provides new tenants with initial inspection and explains the features of the unit and the house rules.
  14. Provides security when outside vendors need to enter units.
  15. Delivers letters from Leasing office or Director of Operations and invoices from accounting.
  16. Reads electrical meters monthly and accurately log for billing purposes.
  17. Lock and unlock park property as a courtesy to County of Maui.
  18. Through routine checks on property, notes and reports to supervisor, any unusual activities or behavior on the property
  19. Communicates accurately and completely between shifts to ensure proper flow of information.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements

  1. College preferred, Must have High School diploma or GED.
  2. Security background; Experience in report writing

Abilities Required

  1. To read, write and comprehend the English language.
  2. To interact with clients from all walks of life and from all backgrounds, withholding judgment and treating all with fairness and respect.
  3. Must be able to lift more than 25 pounds
  4. Extensive walking and climbing stairs is a must.
  5. Must effectively communicate present, information and respond adequately to questions from tenants and public.
  6. To rules and procedures to tenants having different levels of comprehension and competence.
  7. To maintain firm but friendly control over a number of residents with varying needs and backgrounds.
  8. To maintain routine records
  9. To perform CPR and first aid.
  10. To understand and consistently enforce the rules, regulations, policies, and objectives of HMOW.
  11. Demonstrate fairness.
  12. Act at all times with honesty and truth

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Additional Information

Download the PDF – Security-Worker-HMOW

Cook/Kitchen Worker

Job summary

Under the direction of the Director of Food Services, prepares and coordinates daily meals for residents in the emergency program at our Westside and Central facility.

Summary of Essential Job Functions  

  1. Maintenance and supervision of kitchen and food storage areas which serves 3 meals per day to up to 65 clients per meal.
  2. Maintains the organization of systems for sorting, storing, preparing and distributing fresh, frozen, canned and packaged food.
  3. Assist in training and supervision of client, Community Service and volunteer workers in the areas including, but not restricted to, nutrition, food preparation, serving meals, and kitchen procedures.
  4. Cooks and prepares a variety of nutritious meals.
  5. Coordinates preparation of meals by volunteers.
  6. Ensures that meals are prepared ahead and stored for use in case of emergency or for times when cook is not available.
  7. Ensures that the kitchen and equipment is maintained in a safe and clean manner.
  8. Must wear closed shoes and dressed appropriately. (See employee’s Handbook)
  9. Other duties as may be assigned

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements

  1. High School Graduate or GED.
  2. Minimum of one year experience working in food services preferably in an institutional setting.
  3. Current, clean TB certificate.
  4. Should have valid Hawaii drivers license

Abilities Required

  1. Possess a broad working knowledge of cooking methods, food preparation techniques, and safety and health regulations.
  2. Well developed interpersonal skills.
  3. Ability to work with and empathize with the homeless population.
  4. Strong organizational skills.
  5. Fluent in the English language.
  6. Ability to supervise the work of resident volunteers.
  7. Able to work flexible hours.

Physical Abilities Required

  1. Close vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust and focus.
  2. Ability to stand, walk, talk, and sit and use the arms and hands.
  3. Ability to bend over while picking things up for lifting and cleaning.
  4. Occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds.

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Additional Information

Download the PDF – Kitchen-Worker

Want to apply?

Get in touch with the form below. You can also email your resume or apply at either facility:

Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers

Central: 670 Waiale Road Wailuku, HI 96793

West Side: 15 Ipu’Aumakua Lane Lahaina, HI 96761

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Central Center
670 Waiale Road
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Phone: (808) 242-7600
Fax: (808) 244-0821

Westside Center
15 Ipu’Aumakua Lane
Lahaina, Hawaii 96761
Phone: (808) 662-0076
Fax: (808) 662-0074

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