A hospice caretaker and her patient

Careers

Nā ʻOihana

Mahalo for your interest in our organization.

Are you looking for a meaningful, rewarding work experience?

Employer that stands by it's values and supports your professional goals?

Our organization may be the place for you! Kauaʻi Hospice offers competitive wages based on experience. Employees are offered a comprehensive benefit plan to include health, dental, and vision plans, a generous paid time off program, 401K retirement plan, flexible spending plans and other voluntary benefits.

Interested in becoming a part of our growing team?

Please submit your resume and cover letter to info@kauaihospice.org

Open Positions

When you join Kauaʻi Hospice, you’ll become part of a talented and compassionate team dedicated to providing the absolute best hospice and palliative care to the communities we serve.

View Current Job Opportunities Listed Below.

Volunteering

Volunteering with Kauaʻi Hospice provides opportunities for you to engage in rewarding, meaningful work. There are many different volunteer roles, all of which help patients and their families get through a difficult time in their lives.

View Volunteering Opportunities.

Seeking Finance & Data Coordinator

Are you looking to find deeper meaning in your work? Kaua`i Hospice is offering the opportunity to serve as a full-time Finance & Data Coordinator. This position is an integral part of our leadership team. Responsibilities include: reviewing and reconciling account balances, maintaining the general ledger and sub ledgers, and completing assigned month-end close procedures. Reconcile accounts receivable general ledger balances to underlying electronic medical record data and reports in partnership with our Billing & Insurance Coordinator. Prepare and post month end and year end journal entries. Assist in the preparation and review of financial and statistical reporting, cost reporting, department reports and dashboards. Assist with annual financial audit. Ensure that accounting procedures comply with GAAP requirements. Perform other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Executive Director.

 

Minimum Qualifications: 4-year degree in accounting or related field preferred. 3-4 years' work experience in a healthcare accounting environment. 2 years' experience in accounts payable and payroll functions. Salary based on experience. A generous comprehensive benefit plan is offered.

Kaua`i Hospice is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. No phone calls please.

To apply
Send resume and cover letter by May 15th to
Executive Director
4457 Pahe`e Street
Lihu`e, HI 96766
Or email to
jobs@kauaihospice.org

Kauaʻi Hospice is proud to be an equal opportunity employer

 

Our cultural environment is a balance of purposeful and spiritually-rich work with excellent rewards

based on providing extraordinary value.

Ma ka hana ka ʻike

In working one learns. Knowledge can be acquired by doing.