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Employment Opportunities at HBA

We employ individuals with a desire to contribute to an educational institution in a Christian setting. Together, HBA’s faculty and staff lend their God-given talents to serve, change lives and help shape the future leaders of tomorrow.

Employment benefits include:

  • 100% paid premiums for medical/dental insurance (single)
  • Group life insurance
  • Tax-deferred annuity plan (403b)
  • Flexible spending program
  • Tuition discount
  • And much more!

Current Openings

Vice President of Academic Affairs

To apply for this position, submit a Non-Teaching Application

JOB/POSITION TITLE: Vice President, Academic Affairs
STATUS: 12 months (Exempt)
REPORTS TO: President
OFFICE/CAMPUS: President’s Office / TBD

PRIMARY PURPOSE: To lead assigned academic functions of the school. To support the President in his effort to lead HBA in the accomplishment of its mission to provide students with a college preparatory education and the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Assist in the development and implementation of long range fiscal and strategic plans in support of HBA’s academic and enrollment management requirements.
  • Assist in the evaluation of the progress of programs in accordance with established goals and objectives.
  • Implement policies established by the President.
  • Keep the President apprised of the status of ongoing programs under the Vice President’s purview and issues that surface that can impact HBA’s operation.
  • Empower, supervise, and evaluate the performance of the following administrators:
    • Principal, Elementary
    • Principal, Middle School
    • Principal, High School
  • Other administrators as assigned by the President
  • Assist the campus Principals in the following areas:
    • Safety Issues
    • Security Issues

OTHER DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

Develop relationships with community leaders, including school board members, leaders of the Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention (HPBC) and local and mainland Christian supporters.

Other duties as assigned by the President

CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:

  • Christ-like Conduct: Imitate the life of Jesus Christ and take on his behavior, mindset, choices, and character and apply it to everyday life. Exhibit love, humility, compassion, and servanthood, and allow God the opportunity to work in us and to manifest His Glory within us.
  • Passion for Our Calling: Respond to God’s passion in our hearts to complete the things He calls us to do. Acknowledge that passion encompasses more than the work, it taps into one’s whole life purpose. Reward of wages and prestige are peripheral to using the God-given gifts and talents to have an effect on the greater good and an impact beyond oneself. Yield passionately to God’s calling to live a life full of joy, satisfaction and true fulfillment.
  • Teamwork: Promotes teamwork through building consensus to develop mutual trust, respect, and commonality of goals. Supports team decisions, collaborates with others to develop team solutions, builds consensus, and resolves conflict.
  • Customer Focus: Organizes and prioritizes resources to focus on and exceed customer expectations. Makes it "easy to do business with" HBA. Demonstrates understanding, helpfulness, sensitivity, and concern of the needs and feelings of external and internal customers.
  • Effective Communication: Listens carefully to feedback and others' views and asks clarifying questions to confirm understanding. Clearly states views and opinions. Actively takes responsibility to ensure there is mutual understanding in all viewpoints and communication. Adapts oral and written communication to the needs and interests of the target audience. Openly shares information in a timely manner with others who need that information.
  • Results Orientation: Can be counted on to achieve assigned or promised results in a timely manner by utilizing resources effectively. Clarifies expectations and measurements of performance. Seeks guidance or other resources needed. Takes personal ownership for results by holding self and others accountable for results. Shows strong desire and drive for success by identifying and overcoming obstacles. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and is persistent in using extra effort to achieve results. Focuses efforts on, and strives to attain, results that are important to the Registrar's Office and HBA.
  • Practical Thinking and Decision-Making. Identifies, defines, and focuses on specific problem or issue. Determines information needs and collects, analyzes, interprets, and develops it for use in making decisions. Makes timely and appropriate decisions driven by the information, the needs of the organization, and the need for innovation and creativity to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Continuous Improvement. Strives to continually improve one's own job performance and to better the work environment, work quality, results, and how the work is done. Accepts both the need for and positive potential of change in the workplace. Is willing to take managed risks to test approaches that may better satisfy a customer's needs or to meet HBA's needs and goals. Develops alternative and imaginative solutions and approaches to problems. Actively looks for opportunities to redesign and improve work methods and makes changes to improve operating efficiency and quality of output.
  • Supporting and Leading Change. Participates in all aspects of both the organizational and -process oriented change cycles to accomplish the goals set for their particular level of responsibility. Identifies, plans for, and leads change needed to support HBA’s mission and values.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Equipment and Software Use: Computer, tablets, mobile devices, copier, electric typewriter, calculator, and multi-line telephone. MS Office, Google docs/calendar, Finalsite, Sr. Systems, and Naviance.
  • Work Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday -Friday (8 hours/day). Some weekday after-hours and Saturday work may be required.
  • Mental Demands: High attention to detail, concentration, and alertness. Ability to handle multiple assignments with minimal supervision; ability to retain and recall information, and works cooperatively with staff.
  • Physical Demands: Majority of the job is spent sitting in a confined position. Most of the work requires periodic visual/mental concentration on work demanding precise eye/hand coordination.
  • Social Demands: Ability to communicate with all stakeholders in a friendly and concise way.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his/her life and demonstrate a living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message”, the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination. Active member of a local Southern Baptist church, affiliated with the Hawaii Baptist Convention.
  • Skills/Knowledge: Education background with classroom teaching experience, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and knowledge of school programs and policies. Ability to work with a variety of people; team player.
  • Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree required from an accredited university or college. Education major and Master's degree preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum (5) five years K-12 classroom teaching experience with previous supervisory, management, and administrator experience. Public Relations, marketing, and business experience a plus.

Director of Institutional Advancement

To apply, submit a Non-Teaching Application

Job/Position Title: Director of Institutional Advancement
Office: Institutional Advancement
Reports to: President
Status: 12 month (exempt)

Primary Purpose: Lead the development and maintenance of HBA’s community of supporters, which includes donors, mainland supporters, alumni, faculty and staff, parents, students, and others. Institutional advancement encompasses development, communications, and marketing functions.

Essential Duties/Functions:

  • Work with the president and development officers to develop and oversee the implementation of a plan to raise financial and other support for the school
  • Work with the Director of Communications to develop and oversee the implementation of a communications and marketing strategy for institutional advancement
  • Direct and supervise institutional advancement staff
  • Oversee development and production of all institutional advancement publications and mail outs

Other Duties/Functions:

  • Maintain good public relations with community representatives.
  • Chair institutional advancement meetings.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with potential donors.
  • Participate in school functions.
  • Provide information to HBA board of directors as requested.
  • Serve as official spokesperson for the school as directed by the president.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

  • Equipment Use: Computer, copying machine, fax machine
  • Work Hours: Normally 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday; some evening and weekend events to attend
  • Mental Demands: Creative thinking skills, ability to work with diverse groups of people, ability to perform tasks simultaneously.
  • Physical Demands: Sitting in meetings for extended periods. Occasional travel to the mainland.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his or her life; demonstrate a living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message,” the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination. Be an active member of a Southern Baptist church.
  • Skills/Knowledge: Excellent verbal and written communication. Good organizational skills. Outstanding interpersonal relationship skills. Strong management/leadership skills. Proficiency in computerized word processing and presentations. Strong understanding of the organizational structure of the Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Baptist basic doctrines and practices.
  • Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.
  • Experience: Minimum of three years of demonstrated working experience in development, sales or marketing, and public relations. Minimum of three years of general management experience.

Admissions Officer

To apply, submit a Non-Teaching Application

JOB/POSITION TITLE: Admissions Officer
OFFICE/CAMPUS: Admissions/Sagert
REPORTS TO: Admissions Director
STATUS: 12 month, Exempt

PRIMARY PURPOSE: The Admissions Officer is responsible for developing and coordinating the Admissions Program for the Middle/High School (MS/HS).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Assist in the development and coordination of the Admissions program for the MS/HS.
  • Receives applications for Admission.
  • Set up orientations, interviews, and testing for admission candidates.
  • Organize admissions committees for selection of candidates and send decisions in a timely manner.
  • Counsel parents of candidates who have been refused admission.
  • Assist new students with their adjustment to Hawaii Baptist Academy (HBA) by conducting a visitation day prior to the start of the school year.
  • Work with the Bento Campus Elementary Principal on promotion of the 6th grade students.
  • Assist the director in working with the HBA Senior Administration (President and Vice President) regarding total HBA enrollment and the budget.
  • Assist Admissions Director in overseeing financial aid volunteer program for MS/HS.
  • Represent the MS/HS on the financial aid committee.
  • Work with the communications/public relations department to assist in developing advertisements, brochures, videos, and exhibits for promotion of HBA, its academic and Christian environment.
  • Represents HBA, as directed by the Admissions Director, at monthly Hawaii Association of Independent Schools Admissions Directors’ meetings and at school fairs and other schools’ visitation programs.
  • Supervise the MS/HS Admissions Secretary
  • Attend regularly scheduled and special meetings.
  • Ensure that the admissions guidelines/policies are followed.

OTHER DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Substitute teaches as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test) Chief Test on site Administrator. HBA is a designated test site for the December SSAT.

CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:

  • Christ-like Conduct: Imitate the life of Jesus Christ and take on his behavior, mindset, choices, and character and apply it to everyday life. Exhibit love, humility, compassion, and servanthood, and allow God the opportunity to work in us and to manifest His Glory within us.
  • Passion for Our Calling: Respond to God’s passion in our hearts to complete the things He calls us to do. Acknowledge that passion encompasses more than the work, it taps into one’s whole life purpose. Reward of wages and prestige are peripheral to using the God-given gifts and talents to have an effect on the greater good and an impact beyond oneself. Yield passionately to God’s calling to live a life full of joy, satisfaction and true fulfillment.
  • Teamwork: Promotes teamwork through building consensus to develop mutual trust, respect, and commonality of goals. Supports team decisions, collaborates with others to develop team solutions, builds consensus, and resolves conflict.
  • Customer Focus: Organizes and prioritizes resources to focus on and exceed customer expectations. Makes it "easy to do business with" HBA. Demonstrates understanding, helpfulness, sensitivity, and concern of the needs and feelings of external and internal customers.
  • Effective Communication: Listens carefully to feedback and others' views and asks clarifying questions to confirm understanding. Clearly states views and opinions. Actively takes responsibility to ensure there is mutual understanding in all viewpoints and communication. Adapts oral and written communication to the needs and interests of the target audience. Openly shares information in a timely manner with others who need that information.
  • Results Orientation: Can be counted on to achieve assigned or promised results in a timely manner by utilizing resources effectively. Clarifies expectations and measurements of performance. Seeks guidance or other resources needed. Takes personal ownership for results by holding self and others accountable for results. Shows strong desire and drive for success by identifying and overcoming obstacles. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and is persistent in using extra effort to achieve results. Focuses efforts on, and strives to attain, results that are important to the Registrar's Office and HBA.
  • Practical Thinking and Decision-Making. Identifies, defines, and focuses on specific problem or issue. Determines information needs and collects, analyzes, interprets, and develops it for use in making decisions. Makes timely and appropriate decisions driven by the information, the needs of the organization, and the need for innovation and creativity to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Continuous Improvement. Strives to continually improve one's own job performance and to better the work environment, work quality, results, and how the work is done. Accepts both the need for and positive potential of change in the workplace. Is willing to take managed risks to test approaches that may better satisfy a customer's needs or to meet HBA's needs and goals. Develops alternative and imaginative solutions and approaches to problems. Actively looks for opportunities to redesign and improve work methods and makes changes to improve operating efficiency and quality of output.
  • Supporting and Leading Change. Participates in all aspects of both the organizational and -process oriented change cycles to accomplish the goals set for their particular level of responsibility. Identifies, plans for, and leads change needed to support HBA’s mission and values.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Equipment and Software Use: Computer, tablets, mobile devices, copier, electric typewriter, calculator, and multi-line telephone. MS Office, Google docs/calendar, Finalsite, Sr. Systems, and Naviance.
  • Work Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday -Friday (8 hours/day). Some weekday after-hours and Saturday work may be required. Approximately eight Saturdays may be required, and three may be full days.
  • Mental Demands: High attention to detail, concentration, and alertness. Ability to handle multiple assignments with minimal supervision; ability to retain and recall information, and works cooperatively with staff.
  • Physical Demands: Majority of the job is spent sitting in a confined position. Most of the work requires periodic visual/mental concentration on work demanding precise eye/hand coordination. Setting up for testing, interviews, and orientations may require moving small equipment (e.g., screen, computer) and supplies (e.g., displays, yearbooks, refreshments).
  • Social Demands: Ability to communicate with all stakeholders in a friendly and concise way.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his/her life and demonstrate a living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message”, the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination. Active member of a local Southern Baptist church, affiliated with the Hawaii Baptist Convention preferred.
  • Skills/Knowledge: Education background with classroom teaching experience, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and knowledge of school programs and policies. Ability to work with a variety of people; team player.
  • Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree required from an accredited university or college. Education major and Master's degree preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum three years classroom teaching experience. Public Relations and Administrative experience a plus.

Elementary Vice Principal

To apply for this position, submit a Non-Teaching Application

JOB/POSITION TITLE: Elementary Vice-Principal
OFFICE/CAMPUS: Principal’s Office / Bento
REPORTS TO: Elementary Principal
STATUS: 12 months, Full-time, Exempt

PRIMARY PURPOSE: The position is responsible for assisting the school principal in the leadership, coordination, supervision and management of the school programs and operations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Assist the principal in the overall administration of the school; interpret and enforce school policies and regulations.
  • Assist the principal in developing and maintaining an effective educational program consistent with HBA’s mission and philosophy, policies and goals of the Board of Directors.
  • Assist the principal in the transformation of HBA’s culture into a results-oriented collaborative learning community.
  • Assist the principal in the collaborative development, implementation, and ongoing refinement of the school’s Strategic Master Plan and serve as an integral team member for the school’s accreditation process.
  • Assist in the facilitation of organizational efficiency by promoting and maintaining open communication among all stakeholders.
  • Assist in the planning and implementation of a systematic method of supervising the instructional program through the use of learning walks, observations, documentations, and follow-up conferences.
  • Assist the principal in planning and implementing a professional development/growth program for teachers and staff.
  • Assist the principal in implementing an induction program for beginning teachers.
  • Manage discipline of students, reporting to parents, and coordinating with teachers and counselor.
  • Prepare and revise scheduling, school calendar and handbook, and coordinate with middle/high school, supplemental programs and other offices.
  • Assist in curriculum development, budgeting, instructional services, programs, conferences, workshops, and faculty meetings.
  • Coordinate student activities and programs, i.e.; field trips, seasonal programs, and PTF.
  • Ensure the safety of students and staff.
  • Manage and lead teacher assistants.
  • Serve as administrator in charge in the absence of the regular principal.
  • Maintain records and files and prepare reports as needed.
  • Maintain and model high standards of professionalism.

OTHER DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Represent the principal at school and community functions.
  • Assist the principal in providing an atmosphere conducive to learning and teaching.
  • Other duties as assigned.

CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED OF ALL EMPLOYEES OF HBA: An employee of HBA must demonstrate the following core competencies:

  • Christ-like Conduct. Imitate the life of Jesus Christ and take on his behavior, mindset, choices, and character, and apply it to everyday life. Exhibit love, humility, compassion, and servanthood, and allow God the opportunity to work in us and to manifest His Glory within us.
  • Passion for Our Calling. Respond to God’s passion in our hearts to complete the things He calls us to do. Acknowledge that passion encompasses more than the work, it taps into one’s whole life purpose. Reward of wages and prestige are peripheral to using the God-given gifts and talents to have an effect on the greater good and an impact beyond oneself. Yield passionately to God’s calling to live a life full of joy, satisfaction, and true fulfillment.
  • Teamwork. Promotes teamwork through building consensus to develop mutual trust, respect, and commonality of goals. Supports team decisions, collaborates with others to develop team solutions, builds consensus, and resolves conflict.
  • Customer Focus. Organizes and prioritizes resources to focus on and exceed customer expectations. Make it “easy to do business with” HBA. Demonstrate understanding, helpfulness, sensitivity, and a concern of the needs and feelings of external and internal customers.
  • Effective Communication. Listens carefully to feedback and others’ views and asks clarifying questions to confirm understanding. Clearly states views and opinions. Actively takes responsibility to ensure there is mutual understanding in all viewpoints and communication. Effectively adapts oral and written communication to the needs and interests of the target audience. Openly shares information in a timely manner with others who need that information.
  • Results Orientation. Can be counted on to achieve assigned or promised results in a timely manner by utilizing resources effectively. Clarifies expectations and measurements of performance. Seeks guidance or other resources needed. Takes personal ownership for results by holding self and others accountable for results. Shows strong desire and drive for success by identifying and overcoming obstacles. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and is persistent in using extra effort to achieve results. Focuses efforts on, and strives to attain, results that are important to the mission of HBA and specific department goals.
  • Practical Thinking and Decision-Making. Identifies, defines, and focuses on specific problems or issues. Determines information needs; collects, analyzes, interprets, and develops it for use in making decisions. Makes timely and appropriate decisions driven by the information, the needs of the organization, and the need for innovation and creativity to accomplish assigned tasks.
    Continuous Improvement. Strives to continually improve one’s own job performance and to better the work environment, work quality, results, and how the work is done. Accepts both the need for and positive potential of change in the workplace. Willing to take managed risk to test approaches that may better satisfy a customer’s needs or to meet HBA’s needs and goals. Develops alternative and imaginative solutions and approaches to problems. Actively looks for opportunities to redesign and improve work methods and makes changes to improve operating efficiency and quality of output.
  • Supporting and Leading Change. Participates in all aspects of both the organizational and process oriented change cycles to accomplish the goals set for their particular level of responsibility. Identifies, plans for, and leads change needed to support HBA’s mission and values.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Equipment and Software Use: Computer, phone, copier. MS Office, Google docs/calendar, Finalsite, Sr. Systems
  • Work Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00p.m., Monday – Friday, occasional work required during weekends and evenings.
  • Mental Demands: Exercises good judgement, able to make sound decisions, shows attention to detail, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Physical Demands: Sitting/standing for extended periods, light manual labor
  • Social Demands: Ability to communicate with all stakeholders in a friendly and concise way.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his/her life and demonstrate a living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message”, the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination. Active member of a local Southern Baptist church, affiliated with the Hawaii Baptist Convention preferred.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of practices, methods, and techniques used in the administration and supervision of all programs in the school, skill in oral and written communications, ability to motivate others to reach their fullest potential; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school officials, parents, students, teachers, support staff and associates.
  • Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accredited university or college. Master's degree preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum (5) five years classroom teaching experience. Work experience in educational administration is helpful.

After School Enrichment Program Coordinator’s Assistant

To apply for this position, fill out a non-teaching application.

JOB/POSITION TITLE: After School Enrichment Program Coordinator’s Assistant
OFFICE/CAMPUS: ASEP/Elem.
REPORTS TO: Program Coordinator
STATUS: 12 Months (Non-exempt)

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

To assist the program coordinator with proving a safe and well-supervised environment for after school, holiday and summer enrichment programs that enhance the learning experiences of students in grades K-6.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Assist the coordinator in developing After School Enrichment Program goals and objectives.
  • Assist the coordinator in observing and directing leaders in carrying out respective duties.
  • Assist the coordinator with the program, schedule, and curriculum for the summer, holiday care, and intersession periods.
  • Assist the coordinator in the coordination and supervision of after school programs conducted by independent contractors.
  • Assist coordinator in preparing for staff meetings.
  • Handles registration for all ASEP, Holiday Programs and Summer Adventures. This includes filing, processing forms, formatting and spreadsheet data entry.
  • Collate and mail communication and information to parents.
  • Assist with the formatting and design of the annual ASEP brochure.
  • Prepare and maintain the front table information and supplies.
  • Accurately record and process funds (i.e. drop-in, late fees, refunds etc.).
  • Answer phone calls and address questions and concerns.
  • Maintain a positive business relationship with families of students. This includes assisting parents as needed.
  • Maintain a positive supervisory working relationship with all staff. This includes encouraging open dialogue about individual concerns, difficulties and new ideas.
  • Discipline children as necessary.
  • Write behavior and accident reports.
  • Maintain an inventory of office and ASEP supplies and equipment.
  • Coordinate off campus activities/field trips as necessary.
  • Assumes coordinator’s daily and supervisory responsibilities in his/her absence.
  • Assists Supplemental Programs as needed (i.e. registration, inventory etc.).

OTHER DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:

  • Other duties as assigned.

CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:

Christ-like Conduct: Imitate the life of Jesus Christ and take on his behavior, mindset, choices, and character and apply it to everyday life. Exhibit love, humility, compassion, and servanthood, and allow God the opportunity to work in us and to manifest His Glory within us.

Passion for Our Calling: Respond to God’s passion in our hearts to complete the things He calls us to do. Acknowledge that passion encompasses more than the work, it taps into one’s whole life purpose. Reward of wages and prestige are peripheral to using the God-given gifts and talents to have an effect on the greater good and an impact beyond oneself. Yield passionately to God’s calling to live a life full of joy, satisfaction and true fulfillment.

Teamwork: Promotes teamwork through building consensus to develop mutual trust, respect, and commonality of goals. Supports team decisions, collaborates with others to develop team solutions, builds consensus, and resolves conflict.

Customer Focus: Organizes and prioritizes resources to focus on and exceed customer expectations. Makes it "easy to do business with" HBA. Demonstrates understanding, helpfulness, sensitivity, and concern of the needs and feelings of external and internal customers.

Effective Communication: Listens carefully to feedback and others' views and asks clarifying questions to confirm understanding. Clearly states views and opinions. Actively takes responsibility to ensure there is mutual understanding in all viewpoints and communication. Adapts oral and written communication to the needs and interests of the target audience. Openly shares information in a timely manner with others who need that information.

Results Orientation: Can be counted on to achieve assigned or promised results in a timely manner by utilizing resources effectively. Clarifies expectations and measurements of performance. Seeks guidance or other resources needed. Takes personal ownership for results by holding self and others accountable for results. Shows strong desire and drive for success by identifying and overcoming obstacles. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and is persistent in using extra effort to achieve results. Focuses efforts on, and strives to attain, results that are important to the Registrar's Office and HBA.

Practical Thinking and Decision-Making. Identifies, defines, and focuses on specific problem or issue. Determines information needs and collects, analyzes, interprets, and develops it for use in making decisions. Makes timely and appropriate decisions driven by the information, the needs of the organization, and the need for innovation and creativity to accomplish assigned tasks.

Continuous Improvement. Strives to continually improve one's own job performance and to better the work environment, work quality, results, and how the work is done. Accepts both the need for and positive potential of change in the workplace. Is willing to take managed risks to test approaches that may better satisfy a customer's needs or to meet HBA's needs and goals. Develops alternative and imaginative solutions and approaches to problems. Actively looks for opportunities to redesign and improve work methods and makes changes to improve operating efficiency and quality of output.

Supporting and Leading Change. Participates in all aspects of both the organizational and -process oriented change cycles to accomplish the goals set for their particular level of responsibility. Identifies, plans for, and leads change needed to support HBA’s mission and values.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Equipment Use: Computer (word processing, desktop publishing and electronic spreadsheet applications), two-way radios, and first-aid kit, audio/visual equipment.

Work Hours: Generally - Regular school: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.

During school intersessions and summer breaks: 8 hour day between 7:00 am – 5:30 pm.

Mental Demands: Prioritizing tasks and projects, analytical and critical thinking ability, attention to detail, concentration, decision-making, flexible.

Physical Demands: Sitting for extended periods. Must be physically fit to participate in recreational activities and be able to walk around campus throughout the day to actively supervise and observe staff and students as needed.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of their life and; demonstrate living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message”, the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination.

Skills/Knowledge: Good verbal and written communication skills. Enjoys working with children. CPR and first aid certified. Computer literate.

Innovative: Able to think creatively and “outside of the box” and open to new ideas.

Education/Training: High School Graduate.

Experience: At least one year prior experience working with children.

After School Enrichment Program Leader

To apply, submit a Non-Teaching Application.

Job/Position Title: ASEP Program Leader
Office/Campus: After School Enrichment Program
Reports to: ASEP Coordinator STATUS: 10 Months (Non-Exempt)

Primary Purpose
To provide a conducive and safe environment of child care for HBA elementary students during post school hours and holiday and summer periods.

Essential Duties/Functions:

  • Plans, develops and implements various learning and play activities for assigned group of children.
  • Assist students with homework problems.
  • Supervise the activity of assigned children.
  • Discipline children as necessary, using appropriate methods.
  • Direct the efforts of the assigned junior leader or aide.
  • Prepare and/or pick up snacks for assigned group.
  • Attend staff meetings.
  • Assist in daily clean up.

Other Duties/Functions:

  • Other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

  • Equipment Use: Sport and playground equipment, two-way radio, and first-aid kit.
  • Work Hours: 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Other hours as needed during intersession and summer breaks.
  • Mental Demands: Must be alert and aware of children’s safety, decision making analytical and critical thinking ability, attention to detail.
  • Physical Demands: Working in the sun, monitoring the activity of numerous children at play.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Spiritual: Must have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of their life and; demonstrate a living relationship with Jesus Christ as described in “The Baptist Faith and Message”, the tenets of the Southern Baptist denomination.
  • Skills/Knowledge: Enjoys working with children. Good verbal communication skills. Knowledge of appropriate multiple discipline methods. First aid and CPR certification.
  • Education/Training: Graduation from high school.
  • Experience: Nine months experience working with elementary age children in various settings

Substitute Teacher

To apply, submit a Teaching Application.

Requirement: bachelor's degree.

Contact Us

Phone: (808) 595-6119

Meet Our Staff

Stephen Arita
Human Resources Director
Location: Administration Building
Email: sarita@hba.net

 

Norma Pacarro
Human Resources Specialist
Location: Administration Building
Email: npacarro@hba.net

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