How to Apply for a Job at a Public Charter School

As a courtesy, the SPCSC posts job listings on its website.

 

Each charter school does its own hiring. If you are interested in working at a charter school, please use the charter school directory or the information in the job listing here to contact the school directly.  You can find a complete list of Hawaii's charter schools including contact information in our school directory or a complete directory in PDF.  For information on teacher transfers between Hawaii Department of Education (DOE) schools and Hawaii charter schools, see this memo.

  • State Public Charter School Commission - Executive Director
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: May 10, 2016
    Position Overview
    The State Public Charter School Commission seeks an Executive Director with a passion for high quality public school education to help continue the transformation of Hawaii’s system of charter schools while embodying the values of Hawaii. Serving thousands of children throughout the State, Hawaii’s charter schools have been a source of innovation and community engagement in learning. The new ED will sustain and continue the progress Hawaii’s charter school system has made since the Hawaii Legislature passed Act 130 of 2012, which redefined the governance of charter schools in Hawaii and created the Commission, and will help lead Hawaii’s charter schools to new levels of achievement and success.
     
    The ED will be a collaborative leader with sound judgment and decision-making abilities, excellent oral and written communication skills, strong organizational and analytical skills, excellent interpersonal skills, results oriented with initiative and flexibility.
     
    Qualifications
    Candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in education, business, public administration, law,management or related field. Graduate degree preferred. Experience working with all levels of stakeholder groups including boards. Possesses high professional standards, values learning and embraces high quality education.
     
    How to Apply
    Interested candidates should send resume with cover letter and salary requirements to:
     
    INKINEN & ASSOCIATES
    1003 Bishop Street, Pauahi Tower, Suite 1477
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
    Website:  www.inkinen.com
     
    Equal Opportunity Employer
     

  • State Public Charter School Commission - Information Systems Manager
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: April 27, 2016 or until filled
    Position Overview
    The Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission seeks an Information Systems Manager.  The Commission is a nine-member body appointed by the Hawaii Board of Education that is responsible for the authorizing and oversight of Hawaii’s public charter schools. The Information Systems Manager reports to the Chief Operations Officer and, among other duties:
    • Plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the information systems for the Commission and subsystems and/or interfaces with several other governmental agencies, including the Department of Education (“DOE”).
    • This position is responsible for systems analysis, applications development, database management, project management, budgeting, systems support and resolution of highly unusual or difficult problems in order to meet program requirements or provide necessary services.
    • Works collaboratively with DOE, charter schools, and other agencies to identify procedural, technical, and data issues and concerns, assess needs, and develop solutions and guidance.
    • Plans and organizes personnel and technical resources for the development, implementation and maintenance of information systems.
    • Works with stakeholders to define system requirements for projects; develop specifications and scopes of work; establishes project schedule; identifies milestones and deliverables.
    • Develops and posts requests for proposals to hire consultants or vendors to design, develop and/or implement systems according to specifications; evaluates and selects contractor; develops and executes contract.
    • Maintains management control over all phases of IT projects and takes appropriate steps to successfully complete projects in a timely manner and within budget; monitors performance of contractors.
    • Consults with applicable State agencies to utilize State IT resources, and to ensure compliance with State requirements related to IT.
    • Oversees and manages Commission data, technology, and data and network security systems; maintains technical aspects of Commission website; provides problem resolution support for Commission information systems; prioritizes program projects and/or services.
    • Plans and conducts training directly or coordinates the procurement of such services to train Commission staff on use of computer programs or services.
    • Drafts policies and procedures as necessary; provides documentation for system use; provides advisory-guidance services to Commission and charter schools regarding matters related to information systems.
    • Prepares and administers program budget and expenditure plan.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Knowledge of the principles and practice of information systems analysis; principles and methods of system development for new systems and enhancements to existing information systems; data processing technology and techniques; information technology principles, concepts and technical aspects; principles and practices of project management; pertinent functions and mission of the Commission and charter school program including laws, rules, policies, procedures, systems and applications.
    • Capacity to plan, direct, coordinate and implement complex IT systems and systems analysis; manage large and complex IT projects; apply problem solving techniques to difficult and complex situations; write clear and concise reports and correspondence; conduct training and informational sessions; develop and justify budget and expenditure plans; establish and maintain effective working relationships with charter schools and government agency staff; and communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in the area of computer or information sciences.
    • Six (6) years of progressively responsible professional work in information technology which involved systems analysis, design, administration, security and access management, database design and management, installing and maintaining computer software applications, hardware, telecommunications, and web or network infrastructure.
    • Experience in organizing, scheduling and coordinating a group of activities in order to attain project and program objectives within time, resource and budgetary limitations; demonstrated performance of work assignments in a manner which clearly indicates awareness of problems and the ability to solve them.
    • Excellent communication skills .
    • Valid Hawaii Driver’s license
     
    This is an exempt, excluded position.
    How to Apply :
    Interested candidates should respond in confidence by e-mail with cover letter, resume, and professional references to:
    Yvonne Lau
    Acting Executive Director
    Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission
    1111 Bishop Street, Ste. 516
    Honolulu, HI 96813
     
    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • State Public Charter School Commission - Pre-K Professional Development & Quality Assessment Specialist
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: April 22, 2016 or until filled
    Position Overview:
    The Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission seeks a Pre-K Professional Development & Quality Assessment Specialist.  The Commission is a nine-member body appointed by the Hawaii Board of Education that is responsible for the authorizing and oversight of Hawaii’s public charter schools.  The Pre-K Professional Development & Quality Assessment Specialist reports to the Pre-K Grant Manager and shall:
    1. Provide ongoing supervision, mentoring and support to the Pre-K Coaches based on data and information gathered during periodic observations to assigned charter school pre-K classroom teacher and educational assistant:
      • Develop relationships with SPCSC, Pre-K Grant Manager, Pre-K Coach, school administrators and teaching staff;
      • Use research-based, effective methods of coaching to support quality early learning teaching;
      • Assist the Pre-K Coach in developing a coaching plan along with each teaching team using assessment data as foundation and measurement tool;
      • Conduct weekly meetings, at minimum, with the Pre-K Grant Manager and Coaches reviewing and brainstorming coaching strategies and implementation plans;
      • Develop at least 10 in-service professional development opportunities for teachers and educational assistants participating in the grant per year
      • Encourage high quality interactions at all implementation levels
      • Oversee the implementation of selected individual child formative assessment tool and collaborate with the coaches to identify individualized coaching strategies and goals
    2. Shall assist with planning of the timeline to coordinate with the statewide calendar of support activities and professional development.
    3. Shall provide program orientation to prekindergarten classroom teachers, including direct support in setting up new classrooms.
    4. Conduct workshops or other learning opportunities for school administrators, pre-K teachers and education assistants throughout the school year.
    5. Participate in initial Teacher Coaches professional development and regular, on-going training that addresses all areas of support that the coaches will be providing to assigned prekindergarten classrooms in schools, including but not limited to CLASS, Teaching Strategies GOLD, Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS), and Ages and Stages (ASQ).
    6. Assist the Pre-K Coach in conducting workshops or preparing for meetings for school administrators and community partners.
    7. Meet monthly with school administrators to share updates on the program and any issues that have developed.
    8. Participate in community meetings and share information about the PDG charter school    pre-K program.
    9. Conduct outreach activities with community agencies to support the transition of children into the prekindergarten classroom and into the kindergarten classroom. 
    10. Participate in monthly early childhood meetings, e.g., district Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools (STEPS) meetings to support children as they transition into Kindergarten.
    11. Performs other related duties as assigned.                                               
     
    Qualifications:  
    A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in early childhood education which shall include:
    1. Successful completion of early childhood education coursework;
    2. Three years of successful teaching in an early childhood classroom;
    3. At least two years of industry experience in coaching and mentoring teachers;
    4. Knowledge of the components of high quality prekindergarten programs including developmentally appropriate practice in instructional planning, curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment of young children; learning through play; project-based learning; child development; equity, fairness, and diversity; the early childhood learning environment; reflection as a tool for teacher growth; and professionalism within the early childhood community;
    5. Has reliability certification in CLASS, ECERS, and ASQ observation, assessment and screening tools;
    6. Able to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with the State Public Charter School Commission, School Administrators, Teachers, EAs, other department personnel, families, and community partners;
    7. Experience in collaboratively planning, facilitating and co-leading engaging evidence-based professional development sessions;
    8. Experience in overseeing effective individualized coaching and mentoring and provide professional development to the teacher coaches which resulted in improved instructional practices and student outcomes; and
    9. Knowledge of ability to train others on effective family engagement strategies and the understanding of the impact of family engagement as a predictor of school readiness.
     
    This is an exempt, excluded position.
    How to Apply:
    Interested candidates should respond in confidence by e-mail with cover letter, resume, and professional references to:
     
    Yvonne Lau
    Acting Executive Director
    Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission
    1111 Bishop Street, Ste. 516
    Honolulu, HI 96813
                                                                                               
    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • State Public Charter School Commission - Pre-K Coach
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: April 22, 2016 or until filled
    Position overview
    The Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission seeks a Pre-K Coach for the Preschool Development Grant.  The Commission is a nine-member body appointed by the Hawaii Board of Education that is responsible for the authorizing and oversight of Hawaii’s public charter schools.  The Pre-K Coach reports to the Pre-K Professional Development and Quality Assessment (PDQA) Specialist, and works collaboratively with the Pre-K Grant Manager, and shall:
    1. Provide ongoing mentoring and support based on data gathered during regular observations to assigned charter school pre-K classroom teacher and educational assistant: Develop relationships with teaching staff; Use research-based, effective methods of coaching to support high quality early learning teaching; Develop coaching plan for each teaching team using assessment data as foundation and measurement tool; Conduct weekly meetings, at minimum, with teaching teams reviewing coaching strategies; Develop professional development opportunities for teachers (at least ten in service days per year with arranged substitute teacher); Encourage and promote high quality teacher-child interactions; Assist in the use of the selected individual child formative assessment tool.
    2. Assist ongoing mentoring and support based on data gathered during regular observations to assigned charter school pre-K classroom teacher and educational assistant:
    3. Provide program orientation to prekindergarten classroom teachers, including direct support in setting up new classrooms.
    4. Conduct workshops or other learning opportunities for school administrators, pre-K teachers and education assistants throughout the school year.
    5. Participate in initial Teacher Coaches professional development and regular, on-going training that addresses all areas of support that the coaches will be providing to assigned prekindergarten classrooms in schools, including CLASS, Teaching Strategies GOLD, Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS), and Ages and Stages (ASQ).
    6. Assist the PDQA in conducting workshops or preparing for meetings for school administrators and community partners
    7. Meet monthly with school administrators to share updates on the program and any issues that have developed.
    8. Participate in community meetings and share information about the PDG charter school pre-K program.
    9. Conduct outreach activities with community agencies to support the transition of children into the prekindergarten classroom and into the kindergarten classroom
    10. Participate in monthly early childhood meetings, e.g., district Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools (STEPS) meetings to support children as they transition into Kindergarten.
    11. Performs other duties as assigned.
     
    The State Public Charter School Commission seeks an enthusiastic individual who has strong interpersonal and communication skills who is able to work with pre-K teachers and school administrators to build on or further develop a high quality prekindergarten program.
     
    Qualifications
     The candidate must hold at least a four-year undergraduate degree preferably in Education with an emphasis in early childhood education, or closely related field.  The ideal candidate should possess at least:
    1. Five years of successful teaching experience in an early childhood classroom;
    2. Knowledge of the components of high quality prekindergarten programs including developmentally appropriate practice in instructional planning, curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment of young children; learning through play; project-based learning; child development; equity, fairness, and diversity; the early childhood learning environment; reflection as a tool for teacher growth; and professionalism within the early childhood community;
    3. Able to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with the teachers, EAs, school administrators, other department personnel, families, and community partners;
    4. Experience in planning, facilitating and co-leading professional development sessions;
    5. Experience in effective coaching and mentoring which resulted in improved instructional practices and student outcomes; and
    6. Knowledge of effective family engagement strategies and the understanding of the impact of family engagement as a predictor of school readiness.
     
    This is an exempt, excluded position.
    How to apply
    Interested candidates should respond in confidence by e-mail with cover letter, resume, and professional references to:
     
    Yvonne Lau
    Acting Executive Director
    Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission
    1111 Bishop Street, Ste. 516
    Honolulu, HI 96813
                                                                                               
    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • State Public Charter School Commission - Applications and Start-up Specialist
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: March 14, 2016 or until filled
    Position Overview
    The Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission seeks an Applications and Start-up Specialist. The Commission is a nine-member body appointed by the Hawaii Board of Education that is responsible for the authorizing and oversight of Hawaii’s public charter schools. The Applications and Start-up Specialist reports to the Chief Operations Officer and, among other duties:
    • Manages and coordinates all aspects of the application process for new charter schools, including communicating with prospective and current charter applicants and potential organizational strategic partners for charter schools; organizing, facilitating, and conducting orientations for prospective applicants; recruiting, selecting, and training application evaluators; preparing recommendation reports; and recommending and implementing necessary process improvements;
    • Administers pre-contracting and pre-opening requirements and facilitates the start-up process for approved charter applicants and pre-opening charter schools;
    • Helps coordinate all aspects of the charter school contract amendment process, including requests for and oversight of preparations for changes to grade levels served;
    • Helps coordinate and implement the charter contract renewal process;
    • Assists with managing related content of the Commission’s website, annual report to the Hawaii Board of Education and State Legislature, and other communications; and
    • Performs other related duties as assigned;
    • In performing all duties, is familiar with, monitors, and anticipates national best practices and developments in authorizing, applications, and oversight of the start-up process; proactively develops, recommends, and implements local strategies based on national best practices.                                    
     
    Qualifications
    The candidate must hold a four-year undergraduate degree. 
    The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to write reports, memoranda articles, website content, other documentation, and correspondence, and to deal effectively with charter applicants and strategic partners, policymakers, and the general public.
    The ideal candidate should possess at two years of professional work experience demonstrating communications skills. Familiarity with public policy, charter schooling, governmental and regulatory functions, and Hawaiian cultural awareness are strongly desirable.
     
    This is an exempt, excluded position.
    How to Apply
    Interested candidates should respond in confidence by e-mail with cover letter, resume, and professional references to:
     
    Yvonne Lau
    Acting Executive Director
    Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission
    1111 Bishop Street, Ste. 516
    Honolulu, HI 96813
     
    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • State Public Charter School Commission – Educational Specialist
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: March 14, 2016 or until filled
    Position Overview
    The Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission seeks an Education Specialist. The Commission is a nine-member body appointed by the Hawaii Board of Education that is responsible for the authorizing and oversight of Hawaii’s public charter schools. The Education Specialist reports to the Commission’s Academic Performance Manager and assists with academic monitoring and Title I compliance of charter schools under the state Charter Contract. Duties will be split evenly between the two areas of responsibility.
     
    Responsibilities include:
     
    • Monitoring and providing technical assistance on Title I implementation and compliance to charter schools that qualify for Title I funding;
    • Understanding the parameters of supplemental services provided by Title I;
    • Informing charter schools of changes in laws and requirements;
    • Serving as a liaison between state agencies, including the Hawaii Department of Education, and the Commission and the charter schools to support Title I schools;
    • Providing support to charter school initiatives as related to school Title I financial plans and system-wide initiatives;
    • Participating in comprehensive needs assessments, consolidated monitoring, and technical assistance to Title I schools; and
    • Participating in Title I Linker meetings and trainings for charter schools.
    • Performing academic monitoring functions for the Commission;
    • Conducting school visits and classroom observations; and
    • Working with school leadership teams as they set academic targets and collecting data to monitor progress toward implementation of plans and meeting student outcomes.
     
    Qualifications
    The ideal candidate will have experience in school administration and be well versed in school improvement, school turnaround principles, and education reform. Familiarity with charter schooling and Hawaiian cultural awareness are strongly desirable. The position requires strong organizational, analytical, and oral and written communication skills.
     
    This is an exempt, excluded position.
    How to Apply
    Respond by e-mail with resume, cover letter, and professional references to:
     
    Yvonne Lau
    Acting Executive Director
    State Public Charter School Commission
    1111 Bishop St., Ste. 516
    Honolulu, HI 96813
     
    Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science Public Charter School - Social Studies Teacher
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: May 12, 2016 or until filled.
    Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science PCS seeks the following position for the 2016-2017 school year:

    Social Studies Teacher
    Grade 9-12

    Summary:
    · Create and deliver instruction for social studies curriculum.
    · Classes could include US History, World History, Modern Hawaiian History, Participation in Democracy, Psychology, Humanities, and Geography.
    · Develop and expand curriculum.
    · Monitor student progress.
    · Communicate with students and parents.
    · Teach afternoon elective.

    Education, Experience and Qualifications:
    · Valid Hawaii Teaching Certificate with grades 9-12 social studies endorsement
    · Prior relevant teaching experience.

    Knowledge of Hawaii State Standards; student/classroom management techniques; common academic, social, behavioral and developmental problems of students.  Ability to implement effective classroom management and student care methods and techniques; speak and work effectively with students, teachers, parents and community members; assess students' progress and modify learning activities and methods as necessary.  

    Desired competencies include self-motivation; enthusiasm; collaboration; high work standards; critical thinking; creativity; flexibility; and initiative.
    How to Apply:   E-mail resume and letter of interest to haaspcs@gmail.com .  

  • Waialae Elementary Public Charter School - Special Education Certified Teacher
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: May 4, 2016
    Waialae Elementary is seeking a Special Education licensed teachers who is looking for a challenging career facilitating learning at Hawaii's premiere progressive education charter school. 

    Waialae's Beliefs About Learning (waialae.edu) are unique - we seek a candidate who understands how kids learn and has a clear idea of what is truly important for a child to learn, understand, and be able to do.

    This position will be working in a quasi-inclusive environment with a single grade level (grade 1 or 2) and four classrooms on a six person team (1 general education teacher per classroom with one SPED teacher and a part time teacher per grade level team). Teamwork and collaboration are essential. 

    After reading our website thoroughly to clearly understand our mission, vision, beliefs about learning, and history, prepare and submit: 
    a) Resume stating your qualifications and relevant experience, 
    b) Statement of interest that answers the question "Why are you an excellent candidate for Waialae?" in the form of a written letter, a video, or some other format that best helps you to tell us more about yourself (max three minutes of audio or video, one single-spaced page, or the equivalent); 
    c) Written response to the question, "How do children learn, and what is important for a child to understand?" (max one page, single-spaced).
     
    Please submit these elements to:
    Kapono Ciotti
    CEO / Head of School

    via email:
    kciotti@waialae.edu

    via post or in person:
    Waialae School
    Attn: Kapono Ciotti, CEO / Head of School
    1045 19th ave
    Honolulu HI, 96816

  • Waialae Elementary Public Charter School - Part-Time Teacher
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: May 6, 2016
    Waialae Elementary is seeking Part Time Educators who are looking for a challenging career facilitating learning at Hawaii's premiere progressive education charter school.
     
    Waialae's Beliefs About Learning (waialae.edu) are unique - we seek a candidate who understands how kids learn and has a clear idea of what is truly important for a child to learn, understand, and be able to do.
     
    This position will be working in a quasi-inclusive environment with a single grade level on a six-person team (1 general education teacher per classroom with one SPED teacher and a part time teacher per grade level team). Teamwork and collaboration are essential.
     
    The ideal candidate will have a teaching license (State of Hawaii), but candidates with a degree in education or relevant field plus experience will be considered.
     
    19 hours per week.
    Must be able to work flexibly between 7:55 and 2:00 daily.
    Exact schedule to be determined.
    Current student teaching candidates who can commit to the schedule are welcome to apply.
     
    After reading our website thoroughly to clearly understand our mission, vision, beliefs about learning, and history, prepare and submit:
    a) Resume stating your qualifications and relevant experience,
    b) Statement of interest that answers the question "Why are you an excellent candidate for Waialae?" in the form of a written letter, a video, or some other format that best helps you to tell us more about yourself (max three minutes of audio or video, one single-spaced page, or the equivalent);
    c) Written response to the question, "How do children learn, and what is important for a child to understand?" (max one page, single-spaced).
    Please submit these elements to: Kapono Ciotti, CEO / Head of School
     
    via email:
     
    via post or in person:
    Waialae School
    Attn: Kapono Ciotti, CEO / Head of School
    1045 19th ave
    Honolulu HI, 96816

  • The Volcano School of Arts & Sciences Charter School - Middle School Math Teacher
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    Description:
    VSAS Charter School seeks a student-centered and innovative Middle School Math Teacher (full-time position) for the 2016-2017 school year. This Teacher will deliver innovative and effective Math instruction to middle school level learners in grades 6 - 8. We are seeking a candidate who is passionate about student growth and learning, a knowledgeable and skilled mathematics instructor, and capable of becoming an active participant in Volcano's unique culture. Essential to the success of the VSAS Mathematics program is engaging, challenging, relevant learning that motivates students and inspires them to excel in learning. We are interested in a candidate with good communication skills who enjoys professional inquiry and collaboration.  
     
    Qualifications:

    ·Teacher license

    ·B.S. degree in Math or a related field from an accredited university or college

    ·A minimum of two years of middle level teaching experience is strongly preferred

    ·Ability to use the natural environment of Hawaii as a natural Math laboratory

    ·Knowledge and experience using project-based learning and a willingness to participate in middle school projects

    ·Knowledge of the Common Core State Standards

    ·Professionally responsible

     
    How to apply:
    Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy to:
     
    Kalima Cayir
    Education Director

  • The Volcano School of Arts & Sciences Charter School - Kindergarten Teacher
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    Description:
    VSAS Charter School seeks a student-centered Kindergarten Teacher (full-time position) for the 2016-2017 school year. This Teacher will deliver effective, rigorous, and caring instruction to Kindergarten students. We are seeking a candidate who is passionate about student growth and learning, knowledge about early childhood development and learning needs, and capable of becoming an active participant in Volcano's unique culture. Essential to the success of the VSAS Kindergarten classroom is instruction grounded in social skills that are essential to establish a culture of learning. We are interested in a candidate with good communication skills who enjoys professional inquiry and collaboration.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Teaching license
    • A minimum of two years of early childhood teaching experience is strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of early childhood development and learning
    • Knowledge of Common Core State Standards Professionally responsible
    • Ability to use the natural environment of Hawaii as an outdoor classroom
     
    How to apply:
    Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy to:
     
     
    Kalima Cayir
    Education Director

  • West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) - High School History Teacher
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) is a public charter school located on the Kona Coast of Hawai`i Island.   WHEA seeks a High School History Teacher for 2016-2017 school year.  The ideal candidate would be an experienced “Highly Qualified History, Hawaii State Licensed Teacher.” Position will focus on grades 9-12.  Pay to commensurate with DOE salary. Applicant must be an excellent team player and have a skill set that applies to a project based learning environment.
     
    This position is one that makes up the WHEA teacher team. This team creates and implements a project-based curriculum that integrates language arts, science, social studies and electives.  This team position requires flexibility, drive and excellent communication skills.  Projects may be physically demanding and could include hiking, ocean swimming, and intense gardening therefore applicants must be active and appreciate the outdoors. Applicants must be willing to spend the majority of their time outdoors in a hot humid environment working on year-long projects alongside students. Teachers need to allow students to lead while maintaining clear direction and focus of project goals within the framework of the team structure.  A working knowledge of google docs and sheets is preferred, a willingness to learn is required.
    Interested applicants should send their resume to employment@whea.net . Or contact 327-4751.

  • West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) - Middle School Science Teacher Grade 6
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) is a public charter school located on the Kona Coast of Hawai`i Island.   WHEA seeks a Middle School Science Teacher for 2016-2017 school year.  The ideal candidate would be an experienced “Highly Qualified Science, Hawaii State Licensed Teacher.” Position will focus on grade 6. Pay to commensurate with DOE salary. Applicant must be an excellent team player and have a skill set that applies to a project based learning environment.
     
    This position is one that makes up the WHEA teacher team. This team creates and implements a project-based curriculum that integrates language arts, science, social studies and electives.  This team position requires flexibility, drive and excellent communication skills.  Projects may be physically demanding and could include hiking, ocean swimming, and intense gardening therefore applicants must be active and appreciate the outdoors. Applicants must be willing to spend the majority of their time outdoors in a hot humid environment working on year-long projects alongside students. Teachers need to allow students to lead while maintaining clear direction and focus of project goals within the framework of the team structure.  A working knowledge of google docs and sheets is preferred, a willingness to learn is required.
    Interested applicants should send their resume to employment@whea.net . Or contact 327-4751.

  • Hawaii Technology Academy - High School Humanities Educator
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline - Until Filled
    Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of High School Humanities Educator (Oahu) for the 2016-2017 school year.Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree English Literature, History, Social Sciences or a related field of Education and a minimum of three years experience teaching a wide range of high school English, History or Humanities based elective courses. Master’s degree in English, History, Education or Curriculum and Instruction and a Hawaii State Teacher’s license preferred but not mandatory. Duties include but are not limited to: providing daily face-to-face and online instruction to students in courses that could include a variety of High School English, History and/or humanities based elective courses; serving as a High School Advisor; holding tutoring sessions with individual students; organizing subject specific field trips and projects; researching and developing best practices in blended learning curricula for high school students; and working collaboratively with Administration and the High School team. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA’s program so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets, pedagogical approach to teaching and learning and will preferably have experience in creating and delivering face-to-face and virtual courses.  
    Interested candidates should visit www.myhta.org to complete the online application and upload their resume and letter of interest.

  • Kihei Charter School - Middle School Science Teacher
    Island: Maui Application Deadline: Until Filled

    Description:

    Kihei Charter School seeks a student-centered and innovative full-time Middle School Science Teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. Teacher will deliver innovative Science instruction to middle level learners in grades 7 & 8. The successful candidate must possess a breadth of Science and Technology knowledge designed to cultivate critical thinking skills, and enhance the understanding of scientific methodology and effective lab practices. Essential to the success of the KCS Science program is the capacity to foster relationships with outside partners and Science-based professionals in support of the instructional program. Additionally, critical to their skillset is the ability to be instructionally flexible by integrating outside collaborations that make science engaging and relevant to the lives of students.

     

    Qualifications:

     

    ·         A B.S. degree in Science or a related field from an accredited university or college

    ·         A minimum of two years of middle level teaching experience is strongly preferred.

    ·         Ability to use the natural environment of Maui as a natural science laboratory

    ·         Knowledge and experience using Project-based learning and a willingness to participate in annual middle school projects

    Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and teaching philosophy to:

     

    personnel@kcsohana.com


  • Kihei Charter School - Technology and Engineering Teacher
    Island: Maui Application Deadline: Until Filled

    Kihei Charter School – Middle School

     

    Kihei Charter School seeks a student-centered and innovative full-time Technology and Engineering educator for the 2016-2017 school year.  As a Technology and Engineering teacher, it is very important to be able to demonstrate an ability to develop and deliver an innovative approach to technology and engineering instruction and the ability to participate in school-wide Project-Based Learning.  The Technology and Engineering teacher must possess a wide breadth of subject knowledge and a high level of skill designed to enhance instruction, student inquiry and cultivate critical thinking.

     

     

    Qualifications:

     

    At a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and/or Engineering from an accredited college or university

    Experience with Project Lead the Way is very desirable

    Proficiency in web foundations and design, 3D printing and fabrication and computer science application

    Teacher licensure for middle school in the state of Hawaii is preferred

    At least two years of teaching experience, preferably in a public charter school

    Willingness to collaborate with colleagues as Project-based leaning is a school priority

    Able and willing to work with the IT department when needed

    A TEAM player who can "roll with the punches"

    Able to show Integrity, Respect and Accountability

    A belief that "effort creates ability"

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

     

     

    personnel@kcsohana.com


  • Hawaii Technology Academy - High School English Educator
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: Until Filled
    Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks candidates for the position of High School English Educator (Oahu) for the 2016-2017 school year.Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree English Literature or Language a related field of Education and a minimum of three years experience teaching a wide range of high school English courses including grammar and writing courses. Master’s degree in English,Education or Curriculum and Instruction and a Hawaii State Teacher’s license preferred but not mandatory. Duties include but are not limited to: providing daily face-to-face and online instruction to students in courses that could include a variety of High School English courses including Expository Writing; serving as a High School Advisor; holding tutoring sessions with individual students; organizing subject specific field trips and projects; researching and developing best practices in blended learning curricula for high school students; and working collaboratively with Administration and the High School team. Flexibility, creativity and innovation stand at the heart of HTA’s program so the ideal candidate will be versatile in terms of skill sets, pedagogical approach to teaching and learning and will preferably have experience in creating and delivering face-to-face and virtual courses.  
    Interested candidates should visit www.myhta.org to complete the online application and upload their resume and letter of interest.

  • Lanikai Elementary Public Charter School - Registrar
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: April 26, 2016

    Lanikai School believes that we must teach to the whole child. In addition to the core academic subject areas, our students have the privilege of also engaging in art, physical education, technology, library, music and Hawaiian Studies as part of their Lanikai School experience. We currently have two classrooms per grade level, about 330 students total.


    Lanikai is hiring for the following position:

     

    ·        Registrar

     

    Qualifications:  Some College, Office Experience (minimum 2 successful years), Computer Skills, MealTracker, eSIS, and Infinite Campus experience preferred.

     

    How to apply:

     

    View full job listing and application instructions at http://lanikaischool.com/employment/ .

  • Kihei Charter School - English/ Language Arts Teacher
    Island: Maui Application Deadline: Until Filled

    Kihei Charter School seeks a student-centered and innovative full-time Language Arts educator for the 2016-2017 school year.  As a Language Arts teacher, it is very important to be able to demonstrate an ability to develop and deliver an innovative approach to Language Arts instruction, to include Project-Based Learning.  The Language Arts teacher must possess a wide breadth of subject knowledge and a high level of technology skills designed to enhance instruction, student inquiry and cultivate critical thinking.

     

     

    Qualifications:

     

    ·         At a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in English/Language Arts from an accredited college or university

    ·         Teacher licensure for middle school in the state of Hawaii

    ·         HQ, Highly Qualified status in English/Language Arts

    ·         At least two years of teaching experience, preferably in a public charter school

    ·         Willingness to collaborate with colleagues as Project-based leaning is a school priority

    ·         A TEAM player who can "roll with the punches"

    ·         Able to show Integrity, Respect and Accountability

    A belief that "effort creates ability"

     

    Click here for more information.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

     

    Email: personnel@kcsohana.com

    Website:  http://kiheicharter.org/index.php/349​


  • Ke Kula ʻo Samuel M. Kamakau, LPCS - PCS Custodian
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: Until Filled
    PCS Custodian
     
    Ke Kula 'o Samuel M. Kamakau, LPCS
     
    Hawaiian Immersion Charter School, Kaneohe
     
    Provides cleaning and maintenance of school buildings, surrounding grounds and walkways, and performs other related duties as assigned,
    General Experience Requirement:
    One (1) year of progressively responsible work experience in one or a combination of the following areas: (a) janitorial or related custodial work
    such as sweeping, dusting and cleaning of buildings; (b) grounds maintenance work experience including such activities as cleaning, watering, fertilizing, trimming, mowing, sweeping and raking; (c) general labor experience such as moving materials, furniture and equipment; loading and unloading trucks; carrying, unloading and stacking tools and supplies.
    Please send a resume to kamakau@kamakau.com .

  • West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) - Multiple Positions- School Year 2016-2017
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    2016-2017 School Year Positions
     
    West Hawaii Explorations Academy (WHEA) is a public charter school located on the Kona Coast of Hawai`i Island.   WHEA is looking for Highly Qualified Hawaii State Licensed Educators and tutors in the following areas. Pay to commensurate with DOE salary.
    Middle School Part Time Tutor- Math
    High School Math and Science Teacher
     
    Applicant must be an excellent team player and have a skill set that applies to a project based learning environment. The WHEA teacher team creates and implements a project-based curriculum that integrates language arts, science, social studies and electives.  This team position requires flexibility, drive and excellent communication skills.  This position may be expected to engage in projects that may be physically demanding and could include hiking, ocean swimming, and intense gardening therefore applicants must be active and appreciate the outdoors. Applicants must be willing to spend the majority of their time outdoors in a hot humid environment working on year-long projects alongside students. Teachers need to allow students to lead while maintaining clear direction and focus of project goals within the framework of the team structure.  A working knowledge of google docs and sheets is preferred, a willingness to learn is required.
    Interested applicants should send their resume to employment@whea.net . Or contact 327-4751.

  • SEEQS: the School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability - Multiple Positions for 2016-2017 School Year
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
    SEEQS, the School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability, is accepting applications for middle school teachers in the areas of math, science, English Language Arts, and Social Studies as well as Special Education.  We seek passionate, energetic individuals who love learning and who love collaborating to help others learn. As SEEQS is a young and growing school, all faculty members are key players in helping SEEQS carry out its mission and in setting the stage for future years. SEEQS faculty members are team players committed to making the SEEQS vision– the school culture, academic excellence, and interdisciplinary, community-based work– a reality.
     
    SEEQS is accepting applications for the following positions for the 2016-2017 School Year:

    Middle School Math Teacher
    Middle School Science Teacher
    Middle School English Language Arts Teacher
    Middle School Social Studies/ History Teacher
    Special Educator (inclusion model)
    Performing Arts Teacher(part time)
     
    Visit the  Work at SEEQS  page and click on the position to see job description and instructions for applying.

  • Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha Public Charter School - Educational Assistant III
    Island: Kauai Application Deadline: March 29, 2016

    Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha PCS seeks the following position for the 2016-2017 school year:

    Educational Assistant III
    2016-2017 school year
    Grades K-2, Full Time

    Summary:

    Provides assistance to a professional educators, counselors, social workers, and others by performing a variety of instruction-related and/or counseling or guidance support tasks; and performs other related duties as assigned. Must be able to work independently.  On occasion, supervision may be close because of the introduction of new techniques, equipment, and activities, but incumbents are expected to function independently once instructions have been provided and/or demonstrated.

    Work situations may include, but are not limited to, assisting in a fully self-contained classroom, teaching a variety of subjects for one class, or a variety of subjects for multiple grade levels or classes.

    Position also involves interaction with students as their primary duty and thus require knowledge and application of interpersonal skills and techniques, and also the ability to work effectively and cooperatively as a support person. Knowledge of instruction, testing and learning related methods and techniques; social behavioral and developmental problems of students.

    Education, Experience and Qualifications:

    Must be fluent in the Niihau Dialect

    Graduation from high school or equivalent

    Must have at least 5 years experience in the kind and quality as described in the job summary above.

    In addition the Applicants must meet one of the following requirements.

    1.      48 semester credits, baccalaureate level courses, from an accredited institution of higher education recognized by the Hawaii Department of Education. The forty-eight (48) credits may be from various program or academic subject areas. In addition, of the 48 credits from baccalaureate level courses, 3 must have been for math and 3 for English courses.

    2.      An Associate in Arts (AA) or Science (AS) degree or higher from an accredited institution recognized by the Hawaii Department of Education. The credits earned for the degree must include a minimum of 48 credits for courses that are baccalaureate level.

    3.      Successful completion of the ParaPro Assessment provided by the Education Testing Service (ETS).

    How to Apply: 
     
    Submit the following documents to Tia Koerte at tia.koerte@kekulaniihau.org :
     
    •          cover letter explaining background and experience in early childhood education
    •          resume
    •          Two (2) current signed letters of recommendation
     

  • Kua o ka La Public Charter School - SPED EA III
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled

    Kua O Ka La PCS seeks the following position for the current 2015-2016 school year:

    Educational Assistant III, Special Education (SPED) – .75%
    Current 2015-2016 school year
    Grades 3-12

     

    Summary:

    Provides assistance to professional educators, counselors, social workers, and others by performing a variety of academic and non-academic instruction-related and/or counseling or guidance support tasks; and performs other related duties as assigned.

    Education, Experience and Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s Degree, Associates Degree, or ParaPro Certification.  Eligibility determined by the Department of Education.
     

    How to Apply: 

    All candidates are selected from DOE Form 106 Applicant Eligible List.  SPED positions are funded via DOE.

     

    Please feel free to contact HR@kuaokala.org or call #808-965-3744 for application information. 


  • Kamaile Academy Public Charter School - Pre-K Teacher
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: March 29,2016

    Pre-K Teacher, Bargaining Unit 05

    Description:

    Primary responsibility shall be the instruction of students.  Instruction shall include student guidance, discipline, welfare, and safety as well as effective teaching of the assigned subjects.

     

    Position Description:   http://media.wix.com/ugd/b6eadc_34d83fdb537946648fc91c6169c81790.pdf

    How to Apply: 
    Submit the following documents to Natalie Zisko at nzisko@kamaile.org :
     
    •          cover letter explaining background and experience in early childhood education
    •          resume
    •          three (3) current signed letters of recommendation
    •          three (3) professional references

  • Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science Public Charter School - Educational Assistant III, SPED
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until Filled
    Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science PCS seeks the following position for the 2016-2017 school year:

    Educational Assistant III, Special Education (SPED), Ohana
    2016-2017 school year
    Grades K-8, Full Time

    Summary:

    Provides assistance to professional educators, counselors, social workers, and others by performing a variety of academic and non-academic instruction-related and/or counseling or guidance support tasks; and performs other related duties as assigned.

    This position requires travel to multiple sites on a daily basis.  Daily access to a vehicle, car insurance, and valid driver license are required.

    Education, Experience and Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s Degree, Associates Degree, or certificate with a minimum score of 459 on the ParaPro Assessment.  Experience working with children.  Eligibility determined by the Department of Education.  

    Must be ethical and honest.  Must have excellent interpersonal, organizational, time management, follow-through, and oral and written communication skills. Must be extremely flexible and able to work independently.  Must be knowledgeable and comfortable working with technology and software programs, and be able to acquire additional skills for use of software, databases or other information systems as necessary.

    Must be able to meet professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, honoring schedules, coordinating resources in and effective and timely manner, and demonstrating respect for others.  Must be able to successfully analyze information, manage complexity, report results, enter data, and observe school and district policies as well as state and federal laws with attention to detail, confidentiality, and thoroughness.  Must accept responsibility and be self-motivated.  Must maintain a high level of confidentiality with regard to employees, students and parents and work effectively with school staff, district personnel, and the general public.

     
    How to Apply: 

    For SPED Educational Assistant positions funded by the Department of Education, HAAS is limited to interviewing from the DOE generated Applicant Interview Eligible List – Form 106.

    To apply for these positions in order to get on the list, you can go through the DOE website or follow this link:   https://ehr.k12.hi.us/hrprod/faces/p/ap/pages/ApJobPostings.jspx

    Click on “Classified” to view the employment opportunities.  
    Type in keyword “educational assistant”.  The first page will show you results 1-10 of 18.  
    View the next 8 and you will find “Educational Assistant I, II, III - Public Charter Schools (Statewide)”.

  • Kawaikini Public Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Kauai Application Deadline: Until Filled
    2016-2017 School Year Positions Ads

    Kumu Alaka`i (18 Pepeluali 2016):

    Auhea oukou e na makamaka olelo Hawaii!

    Ke imi ia nei na kumu alakai he elua ma ke kula haahaa o ke kula hoamana o Kawaikini ma Puhi, Kauai. He koina ka walewaha ma ka olelo Hawaii a me ke aloha i na kamalii, a me ka palapala lae pua hoi.

    Ke imi ia nei no hoi na kumu alakai o ke kula waena / kiekie no hoi: no ka papa epekema, olelo Hawaii a me ka makau `olelo Pelekania (7-12). Hoike ia na pono o ua mau kulana nei i lalo iho nei. No ua mau kulana nei, he maikai ka walewaha ma ka olelo Hawaii, aole nae he koina.

    Ina he hoihoi paha kou i ka hana pu me na kamalii / opio a me ke ola hoi o ka olelo makuahine o nei aina aloha, e kelepona mai ia Alohilani Rogers:
    (808) 632- 2032. Eia hoi, ma www.kawaikini.com hoi ka palapala noi hana.

    Greetings to all who love the Hawaiian language!

    Two kumu alakaʻi for elementary are being sought to work with students at Kawaikini Public Charter School in Puhi, Kauai. Requirements are fluency in the Hawaiian language, love for children, and a B.A. degree.
     
    We are also looking for a secondary Science teacher and English Language Arts teacher (7-12). Position requirements are shown below. Proficiency in Hawaiian language is preferred, but not a requirement for these positions.

    Further requirements:

    Two Elementary Teachers are needed for grades Kindergarten – 6 in a Hawaiian Language Immersion public charter school in Puhi, Kaua`I for the
    2016-17 school year.
    Job Description: Position requires responsibilities as grade level lead and curriculum planning, cultural protocols, school to community participation, and other duties.
    Qualifications: Hawai`i licensed, highly qualified teacher required, `Olelo Hawai`i preferred.

    Science and Lab teacher needed for grades 7-12 in a Hawaiian Language Immersion public charter school in Puhi, Kaua`i for the 2016-17 school year.
    Job Description: Position requires responsibilities as department lead and curriculum planning for grades 6-12, STEAM advisor, cultural protocols, school to community participation and other duties.
    Qualifications: Hawai`i licensed, highly qualified teacher required, ʻOlelo Hawai`i preferred.

    Hawaiian Language teacher needed for grades 7-12 in a Hawaiian Language Immersion public charter school in Puhi, Kaua`i for the 2016-17 school year.
    Job Description: Position requires responsibilities as department lead and curriculum planning for grades 6-12, STEAM advisor, cultural protocols, school to community participation and other duties.
    Qualifications: Hawai`i licensed, highly qualified teacher required, ʻOlelo
    Hawai`i preferred.

    English Language Arts teacher needed for grades 7-12 in a Hawaiian Language Immersion public charter school in Puhi, Kaua`i for the 2016-2017
    school year.
    Job Description: Position requires responsibilities as department lead and curriculum planning for grades 6-12, cultural protocols, school to community
    participation, and other duties.
    Qualifications: Hawai`i licensed, highly qualified teacher required, `Olelo Hawai`i preferred.

    Science and Lab teacher needed for grades 7-12 in a Hawaiian Language Immersion public charter school in Puhi, Kaua`i for the 2016-17 school year.
    Job Description: Position requires responsibilities as department lead and curriculum planning for grades 6-12, STEAM advisor, cultural protocols, school to community participation and other duties.
    Qualifications: Hawai`i licensed, highly qualified teacher required, ʻOlelo Hawai`i preferred.
     
    If you are interested in working with children and in the continuation of the mother tongue of this beloved land, call Alohilani Rogers: (808) 632-2032. The
    application can be found at www.kawaikini.com .

  • Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo Public Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: March 04, 2016 or Until Filled
    Aloha mai kākou,
     
    Ke ʻimi ʻia nei he mau limahana e komo pū mai ma ka hana Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo no kēia mau kūlana i hoʻolaha ʻia iho nei.
     
     
    E nānā i ka hoʻolaha i pākuʻi ʻia, inā hoihoi kekahi a i ʻole kamaʻāina ʻoe i kekahi i ke noi kūlana, e leka uila mai (hr@kaumeke.net ), e kelepaʻi mai (808) 933-0975 a i ʻole e lawelima iaʻu ka leka hoihoi, ka moʻomōʻali hana a me ʻelua (2) leka kākoʻo. ʻO ka lā palena pau no ke noi ka lā 4 Malaki 2016. 
     
    Mahalo nui,
    na Mikihala
     
     
    ******
    We are looking for employees to join us at Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo in the following positions.
     
     
    Please view the attached job announcements, if anyone is interested in applying or you know someone who is interested in applying, please email, fax or hand deliver the following documents to my office: 
     
    1) letter of interest, 
    2) resume; and 
    3) two (2) letters of support.

  • Na Wai Ola Public Charter School - Director/Principal
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until filled
    Director/Principal SY 2016-2017 (Mountain View)

    Nā Wai Ola Public Charter is accepting resumeʻs at this time for a new Director or Principal for next school year 2016-2017. We are a Pre-K - 7th grade school located in Mountain View on the Big Island.

    Applicants must have previous experience. Knowledge of Charter Schools and Hawaiian culture a plus. Please send a cover letter, resume and references to  mandaya@nawaiolapcs.org  or fax to:  Melissa Andaya (808) 968-0778.

  • Mālama Honua Public Charter School - Certificated Elementary Kumu and Assistant Kumu
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: February 26, 2016
    The MHPCS search committee is looking for transformative educators to serve as the school’s teaching team and provide leadership for both the remarkable opportunities and challenges inherent in this unique start-up position. 
     
    Mālama Honua PCS is hiring for the following position for the 2016-2017 School Year.
    • Certificated Elementary Teacher
    • Assistant Teacher
     
    How to apply:
    View full job listing and application instructions at  http://www.malamahonuapcs.org/join-our-team

  • Laupahoehoe Community PCS - Data Organization: Academic Performance and Student Behavior Intern
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until filled
    Job Description
    The Data Organization: Academic Performance and Student Behavior Intern ensures the integrity of school data. This person also functions as the assistant to the primary Data Coordinator. This person will make the data accessible and easy to understand so it may be usedto support teaching, learning, and other related purposes.

    Job Duties
    ● Perform collection and entry of data in accordance with school’s guidelines and
    standards
    ● Sort, organize, and maintain data; both hard copy and electronic versions
    ● Update school database(s)
    ● Assist staff in data entry when required
    ● Prepare data for reporting, meetings, and presentations as requested
    ● May assist with data analysis for quality improvement purpose
    ● Other duties as assigned

    Desired Qualifications
    ● Effective communication and organizational skills
    ● Proficient communication skills
    ● An attention to detail and copy editing, and an ability to work in small group
    environments
    ● Experience with Windows Office Suite (e.g. Excel, etc.) and Google Apps for Education
    To Apply
    Send a resume and letter of interest to: tracy.jardine@lcpcs.org

  • Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science Public Charter School - STEAM Coordinator
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: February 7, 2016 or until filled
    Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science PCS seeks the following full time position funded through 6/30/16.  
    Further employment is contingent upon additional funding.

    STEAM Coordinator

    Summary: Plans and implements Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) activities at HAAS.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned:
    1. Prepares a long-term vision of how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics will be incorporated into HAAS through a STEAM model, including a budget and assessment methods to gauge success.
    2. Creates and utilizes data collection tools to build curriculum that is relevant and desired among HAAS students, while staying current with high-need fields for post high school student success.
    3. Develops differentiated curriculum that integrates CTE, as well as college-prep.
    4. Works collaboratively with CIA Directors and other teaching staff to evaluate and develop the implementation of STEAM projects and project goals.
    5. Seeks and actively applies for grant funding opportunities and contests to maintain and grow the STEAM program.
    6. Advises and supports implementation of STEAM in Out-of-School time programs, such as through the development of after-school and summer STEAM opportunities.
    7. Seeks and pursues professional development opportunities for teachers to implement STEAM curriculum within their classroom.
    8. Prepares a variety of materials, resources, and experiences to enrich project-based learning through STEAM.
    9. Maintains organization of STEAM lab (e.g., tracks inventory of STEAM materials and assists in ordering of replacement materials/supplies). 
    10. Maintains annual budget.
    11. Keeps up to date on current technology, as job appropriate.
    12. Provides active supervision of students during all programming activities.
    13. Provides students with positive reinforcement when meeting expectations and corrective feedback when needed. 
    14. Uses effective positive interpersonal communication with youth and adults. 

    Education, Experience and Qualifications:
    Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in education or related field (preferred).  
    Minimum of two years’ experience in a related field.
    Knowledge of: Principles of educational philosophy, psychology, budgetary procedures, rules and regulations of the Department of Education.
    Experience managing, mentoring and directing students and adults.
    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    Ability to work flexible hours and travel as needed.
     
    How to Apply: 
    E-mail resume and letter of interest to haaspcs@gmail.com .  

  • Kamaile Academy Public Charter School - School Custodian II
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: March 1, 2016
    School Custodian II, Bargaining Unit 01, (BC02)/Full-Time Position w/ benefits

    Description:
    Performs routine manual work in cleaning and maintaining school buildings and the surrounding campus area; performs heavy lifting and other strenuous tasks and simple building maintenance and repair work; and performs other related duties as assigned. Cleans and maintains working areas; classrooms, restrooms, and offices. Duties include: sweeping, mopping or scrubbing, polishing floors and furniture, removing trash, dusting, providing supplies and minor maintenance. Must be able to lift/carry 50-75 pounds. Ability to spend extended periods standing. Willing to work flexible hours. Must be able to pass a medical physical examination at own expense.
    How to Apply: 
    Submit the following documents to hr@kamaile.org

  • Waimea Middle Public Conversion Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Hawaii Application Deadline: Until filled
    Waimea Middle School is recruiting the following positions for the 2015-16 SY: 
     
    • Substitute Teachers, Aides, Support Staff, Bus Drivers, Custodian, Meal Tracker Clerk - vacancy announcement
     
    To apply, go to the school website and see the specific Vacancy Announcement for the position you are interested and you will see instructions on how to submit an application.  Different positions have different application procedures.  
     
    Questions:
    • Contact: Michelle_Kauhi@wmpccs.com
    • Phone: (808) 887-6090 Ext. 222

  • Waialae Elementary Public Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: See position
    Waialae School, a PreK - 5 Progressive Education School seeks qualified applicants to fill the following positions:
     
    School Registrar – Full Time
    • Applicant must have demonstrated knowledge of the processing of enrollment at a charter school
    • Applicant must demonstrate exemplary communication and organization skills
    • Applicant must understand and embody the mission, vision, and beliefs about learning of Waialae School 
    • Perform all duties assigned by the CEO
     
     Application Deadline: December 24, 2015
     
    Director of Special Programs – .75 FTE
    • Applicant must have demonstrated knowledge of and experience in the operations of after school care, enrichment, intersession, and/or summer school programs
    • Applicant must demonstrate the ability to budget and manage finances
    • Applicant must demonstrate experience and success in managing and supervising staff
    • Applicant must demonstrate exemplary communication and organization skills
    • Applicant must understand and embody the mission, vision, and beliefs about learning of Waialae School 
    • Perform all duties assigned by the CEO 
     
    Application Deadline: December 24, 2015
     
    Adult Supervisors –Hourly Part Time
    • Adult Supervisors Needed to Supervise Elementary-Age Students in Kaimuki (lunch and recess)
    • Part Time: Approximately 10:45 am - 1:00 pm (Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri) and 10:45-12:30 (Wed).
    • Pay starts at $8.50 / hour with possibility for advancement.
     
    Application Deadline: Rolling 
     
    Paraprofessional Tutors to work with students with Special Needs - Hourly Part Time
    • Required job duties include educational / behavioral supports for students and data collection.
    • Must be able to communicate and work well with elementary-aged students, teachers, administration, and support staff and work flexible hours up to 19 hours per week.
    • Starting pay is $13.88 / hour. High school diploma required, experience with children preferred, experience as a paraprofessional tutor / 1:1 skills trainer ideal.
    • Multiple positions available immediately opening background check.
     
    Application Deadline: Rolling 
    Please submit a resume and letter of intent to kciotti@waialae.edu

  • Kamaile Academy Public Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Oahu Application Deadline: Open until filled
     
    Kamaile Academy has an immediate vacancy for the following position
     
    Special Education Part-Time Teacher (SpEd PTT)

    Description
    The Part-Time Teacher provides direct instructional services to a class/individual students to achieve the objectives established for the programs designed to be appropriately operated with temporary and part-time staffing. Services include lesson planning, evaluation/grades, maintaining records, and overall classroom management.

    Salary: Class A: $22.43/ hour (BA or BS required)

    Application Instructions: Submit resumes to awinslow@kamaile.org in either 'pdf' or 'doc' format; or mail to or drop off at 85-180 Ala Akau St. Waianae, Hi 96792.
     
     
    Kamaile Academy is also looking to hire for the following positions for the 2015-2016 school year:
     
    • Special Education Teacher - see here for a description of this positio n
    • Elementary Teacher - see here for a description of this position
    • Math/Science Teacher & Coach - see here for a description of this position
    • Language Arts/History Coach - see here for a description of this position
     
    Positions are located at Kamaile Academy (Waianae, Hawai’i), which is a Public Conversion Charter School that are included in Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association Bargaining Unit 05.

    Please send resumes to awinslow@kamaile.org

  • Ke Kula ‘o Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory Public Charter School - Multiple Positions
    Island: Oahu Application deadline: Until filled
    Ke Kula ‘o Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory Public Charter School is a family-based, Hawaiian language medium school offering a comprehensive multi-level (PK through Secondary) educational program. As an indigenous language laboratory school program, Ke Kula ‘o Kamakau is committed to the ongoing development of Hawaiian language education through research, teacher training, and resource development.
     
    Kamakau seeks the following positions for the 2015-2016 School Year:
    • Elementary Teachers (FT, Hawaiian speaking only)
    • Secondary Teachers (FT, Hawaiian speaking only)
    • Educational Assistants, all levels (FT, Hawaiian speaking only)
    • IT Coordinator (Part Time)
    Qualifications for Instructional Staff:
    Fluent in the Hawaiian language, Bachelor’s Degree and relevant experience
     
    Qualifications for the IT Coordinator:
    Fluent in the Hawaiian language or willing to learn, Bachelor’s Degree and relevant experience
     
    How to Apply:
    E-mail resume and a letter of interest to kamakau@kamakau.com