Farmer’s Market Project Coordinator

Location: Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795

We are a community health center located in majestic Waimānalo, on the Island of Oahu.

Vision
Waimānalo Health Center is dedicated to the continuous advancement in quality healthcare while assuring universal access for all. We believe that our values of AlohaMālama I Ka PonoMālama I Ka ʻOhana, and Mālama I Ka ʻĀina, enable our patient-centered healthcare home services to deeply focus on the shared role of healing oneself, ʻohana, community, and ʻāina over generations.
Core Values and Guiding Principles
Our values at Waimānalo Health Center promote Hawaiian-centered diversity, equity, and inclusion by welcoming all members of the Koʻolaupoko community to access our holistic services ranging from traditional Hawaiian healing practices to Western medicine.
 Aloha: We listen to people with our full attention, seeking to know them and understand their health care and wellness needs and aspirations for themselves, their family and community.  We will respond, to the best of our abilities, as caring, compassionate, engaged, and professional partners in healthcare.
 Mālama I Ka Pono: 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.
 Mālama I Ka ʻOhana: We believe that wellness embraces the whole family, and we welcome their participation in the healthcare of their loved ones.  Our belief extends from the Ahupuaʻa of Waimānalo throughout Koʻolaupoko where we build the foundation for good health and wellness for everyone, and we seek collaborative partners who share our values and vision.
 Mālama I Ka ʻĀina: We understand the importance of one’s sense of place and the holistic nature of health and wellbeing. Through integrative services we support the balance of body, mind, and spirit, while respecting one’s cultural connectedness to the ‘āina of Hawai'i. Ka Mauli O Ka ‘Āina A He Mauli Kānaka: The Life of the Land is the Life of the People. We are seeking a dedicated, talented and team-oriented Call-In Family Medicine Provider to join our `ohana to support our mission and values.

SUMMARY

The Project Coordinator will collaborate with members of the interdisciplinary team to provide quality care to patients to promote wellness and achieve optimal health outcomes by addressing Social Determinants of Health. The project coordinator will assist the Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Department by providing health education and outreach services to participants in the community. This position will assist in recuitment and promotion of programs that address health needs and strive toward optial health outcomes. The main responsiblity will be to promote and assist with projects that address prevention of chronic health outcomes including but not limited to food insecurity, pre-diabetes and hypertension. The project coordinator will provide team-based, patient-centered approach, in concordance with principles of the Patient Centered Health Care Home.   

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Computer and medical office training or experience preferred
  2. Experience with maintaing a Farmer’s Market preferred
  3. Patient care training or expereince preferred
  4. Familiarity with communities served  preferred
  5. Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively with indivdiuals, groups and professionals in a culturally appropriate manner
  6. Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team
  7. Maintains strick coonfidentiality of all patients and employee information in compliance with HIPAA regulations

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

  1. Bachelorʻs Degree is preferred
  2. Expereience in a Health Care Setting is preferred
  3. Basic Life Support certification is required.
  4. Two-Step Tuberculosis clearance is required.
  5. Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 is required

BENEFITS

  1. Health Benefits (Medical, Dental Drug, Vision) – Employee coverage paid by WHC
  2. Discounted Medical and Dental services provided by WHC
  3. Paid Holidays – 10 Full days and 2 Half Days
  4. Paid Time Off (PTO)
  5. Paid Wellness Hours
  6. Wellness Bucks - $200 annually
  7. Group Term Life Insurance
  8. Supplemental Group-term Life Insurance & AD&D Insurance
  9. Employee Retirement Savings Pan 403(b) – Employer match 50% of employee contribution up to a maximum of 3% of employee wages
  10. Flexible Spending Program
  11. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  12. Pre-tax Commute Plan
  13. Longevity Benefit – After 10 or more years of service
  14. Tuition Assistance Program
  15. Free Parking
  16. and more.....

Contact Information

Contact: Malulani Eccleshall, Waimanalo Health Center
Email: MEccleshall@waimanalohealth.org
Phone: (808) 954-7173

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