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JOB TYPE: 0.50 FTE part-time with opportunity to grow into full-time based on funding availability
SALARY: part-time starting at $35,000 salary, with benefits and 401k
LOCATION: Kailua, HI
Hui o Ko’olaupoko (HOK) is looking to hire an Executive Director to provide overall strategic and operational management to further the organization’s mission of protecting ocean health by restoring the ‘āina: mauka to makai. Candidates should have a strong knowledge of ecosystem and natural resource management and an understanding of the cultural and environmental issues effecting the Ko`olaupoko moku. The Executive Director is supported by the current HOK Board of Directors and HOK staff including the Project Manager, Volunteer Coordinator, and part-time Accountant.
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If you are interested in a paid, 11 month internship with HOK, please visit the KUPU website to apply and be sure to indicate your interest in working with us!
Each year, Kupu offers hundreds of internship opportunities that create positive environmental, cultural and community impact across Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region. Individuals looking to explore training, experience and skills in the growing green jobs sector can apply one of the various programs. Kupu offers various individual-based and team-based opportunities, ranging from short term positions to year long positions, where individuals work alongside and receive valuable mentorship from experts in an environmental related field.
The individual internship opportunities were created for participants to gain in-depth professional development experience in the various green economy sectors. Participants are placed with a single organization, usually for up to a year, which allows them to delve deeper into their assigned projects. These programs are ideal for college students and young professionals who have previous work experience, study or strong interests in natural or cultural resource management, sustainability and/or environmental education.
HOK is always looking for interested individuals to help us with our programs and projects, offering a wide range of opportunities for internships. If you are interested and feel as if you can contribute to our mission, contact us or check our Internships page for more information!