Huliauapaʻa is excited to announce the start of their AmeriCorps program, which is focused on building capacity of ʻāina stewarding non- profit organizations and non-profit agencies in Hawaiʻi to care for our beloved wahi kūpuna. The program will begin September 21,2020 and will run till August 20, 2021. This program spans a little over the course of 10-months, for a total of 1,700 hours of service. Participants will work an average of 40–hours work week with a Huliauapaʻa Partner Host Site, Hui Malama Huleia. Participants will work to build capacity to care for wahi kūpuna at their Huliauapaʻa Partner Host Site. Participants will also receive quarterly training from Huliauapaʻa staff in place based resource management. For more information of question please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Huliauapaʻa website for more information and to apply: https://www.huliauapaa.org/jobs.html
Getting dislocated workers back to work in Kauai jobs with career-changing opportunities in the food systems and conservation fields!
If you’re a Kauai resident 18+ who has been laid off or had work hours reduced due to COVID, and are interested in changing careers to the conservation or food systems fields, this program may be for you! Open positions will be posted here for applicants from August 6th through August 21st, although all positions will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate has been found.
Malama Huleia has 4 temporary (12-week) positions
Full-time Restoration Technicians, Malama Huleia (Lihue)
Description: Involves ground preparation, planting and propagating native wetland vegetation, and clearing invasive species. May also include monitoring of environmental parameters such as water quality, bird species and counts and others. Will work under the guidance of a site manager and may have the opportunity to work with other partner NGO’s and government agencies for additional training opportunities. Duties may include: Removing invasive plant species; Assisting in managing the native plant nursery ; Preparing ground for planting; Planting native plants; Conducting water quality sampling according to established protocols and procedures; Conducting instrument and tool maintenance; Follows established, standardized field procedures for sample collection; records data from sample collection; Assist in community volunteer events; and Understanding and respecting the history and cultural significance of the place.
Qualifications: Ability to do physical work outside in various weather conditions, ability to follow directions, ability to work safely in various environmental conditions, ability to effectively manage time/schedule, and a positive attitude
To Apply: Fill out online application https://forms.gle/q1v6cDqmYmf4Hchr6