Employment Opportunities

Registry Specialist – Oahu (40 hours per week)

PATCH is seeking a Registry Specialist II to support the Registry Program. This individual will be responsible for assisting Registry Specialists with processing practitioner applications, preparing statistical reports, identifying and supporting practitioners’ professional development goals.

Essential duties include:

Assist in reviewing Registry applications and determining the position the individual is eligible to hold in a licensed child care center. Performs follow-up calls to providers. Attends Registry Approval Panel meetings. Enters data on the Registry and professional development. Compiles statistical data and prepares program reports. Provides career counseling, technical assistance, and professional development information for practitioners. Oversees Registry Specialist I in the scanning procedures. Provides client outreach, program marketing, and neighbor island career counseling as needed. Represents the Registry program at various community committees, task forces, councils and events as deemed necessary. Counsels practitioners on available funding and training opportunities, professional development programs, and community resources as a way to enhance work performance and support career development goals. Reviews and tracks mandatory practitioner training requirements as required by DHS, i.e.: initial, ongoing, and Safe Sleep trainings

Minimum qualifications requirements:

Previous experience interacting in a multi-cultural community.
Previous experience in staff supervision.
Knowledge of State’s child care licensing requirements is preferred.
Knowledge of community child care issues and resources is preferred.

Education requirements:
Associate degree in Early Childhood Education or related field and six month experience working in an Early Childhood setting.
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to hr@patch-hi.org.

To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to hr@patch-hi.org.

Home Visiting Training Specialist – One position each for Kauai, Hilo & Kona (40 hours per week)

PATCH is seeking to fill three Home Visiting Training Specialist positions — based out of our Kauai, Hilo and Kona offices.  These individuals will be responsible for scheduling and providing face to face, online, basic and advance wrap around trainings, training support and Career Counseling to home Visitors within the Home Visiting Network.

Essential Duties:

Scheduling and providing trainings for Home Visitors.  Assuring the provision of necessary materials and supplies for each class, which includes familiarizing oneself with training materials and equipment.  Distributing, gathering and completing the necessary paperwork related to each class.  Creating and submitting all required reports.  Providing technical assistance and training support to Home Visitors.

Minimum qualification requirements:

Minimum three years’ experience providing training to adults who work with children.
Experience in Home Visiting is highly preferred.
Experience dealing with culturally diverse populations, preferably in a home visiting setting.

Education requirements:

Minimum 12 credits in ECE of Child Development.
Associate’s Degree from an accredited college in ECE or related field AND 10 years of ECE or Home Visiting experience.
Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited college in ECE or related fields AND at least three years of ECE or Home Visiting experience.

To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to hr@patch-hi.org.

PATCH Trainer (Part Time)— Maui, Molokai, Kona (Big Island)

The PATCH Training Program seeks an experienced individual to teach child care training classes.

Minimum of an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field required. Previous experience in child care setting and training adults required. On-call position. Must be able to work flexible hours, have excellent communication skills, and have a valid drivers license with clean driving abstract and access to an insured vehicle.

This position is part-time, and will require evening and weekend hours.

If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to the relevant Island Coordinator at the address listed here.

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