We are a community health center located in majestic Waimanalo, where our mission is to provide the highest level of primary and preventative health care services, with special attention to the needs of Native Hawaiians and the medically underserved, and improving the health and wellness of individuals and their `ohana (family) regardless of their ability to pay. We are committed to improving the quality of life for the people of Hawaii.
Mlama (stewardship)- We listen to people with our full attention, seeking to know them and understand their healthcare and wellness needs and aspirations for themselves, their family and the Waimnalo community. We will respond, to the best of our abilities, as caring, compassionate, engaged and professional partners in healthcare.
`Ohana (family)- We believe that wellness embraces the whole family and we welcome their participation in the healthcare of their loved ones. Our belief extends to the Waimnalo community-at-large where we build the foundation of good health and wellness for everyone, and we seek collaborative partners who share our values and vision.
Pono(rightness and balance) - We know that quality healthcare starts with people’s trust in our services and the excellence of our care for them and the resources entrusted to us to meet their needs. We are committed to maintaining their trust by treating people with respect and confidentiality, and by being open about our organizational practices and results, seeking to continuously improve our work.
We are seeking a dedicated, talented and team-oriented Community Outreach & Education Worker to join our `ohana (family) to support our mission and values.
The Community Outreach & Education Worker (COEW) actively participates in special activities of the Community Services Division by assisting individuals, families, groups and communities to develop their capacity and access to resources, including health insurance, food, housing, quality care and health information. This position is responsible for conducting outreach, providing enrollment assistance and follow-up for eligible individuals interested in applying for entitlements and assisting individuals with enrollment into public benefit programs. This role provides assistance with accessing clinical and supportive care services offered at the Waimnalo Health Center and in the community. This position is also responsible for providing resource and agency referrals for patients and clients when needed.
Employment Type: Full Time
Compensation: $15.00 to $15.00 / Hourly