The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) plans, develops, organizes, implements, evaluates, directs, and coordinates all organizational systems and activities concerned with corporate financial administration, general, accounting, resident/client business services, and statistical reporting. Applies principles of accounting and statistical analysis to report on the past, present, and future financial condition of Hale Makua Health Services and all of its subsidiaries, affiliates and programs in an accurate and timely manner. Analyzes and interprets trends requiring management's attention. Has administrative responsibility for all financial activities affecting Hale Makua Health Services.
The Account Clerk performs critical duties essential to the Business Office including but not limited to accounts receivable and administrative functions. Performs other related duties as assigned and must cross-train in duties assigned to other Business Office personnel. Develops proficiency and keeps current with all computer software used in performing assigned tasks.
The Substitute Caregiver’s (Companion, CNA) primary purpose is to sustain the care home residents with whom you work through hospitable, welcoming personal care, homemaking, and befriending.
The Billing Specialist is responsible for billing, collections, and other administrative functions for the Home Health Agency. Performs other related duties as assigned and must cross-train in duties assigned to other Home Health Agency administrative personnel. Develops proficiency and keeps current with all software used in performing assigned tasks.
The Home Health RN admits patients to the agency and coordinates ongoing services for the inter-disciplinary team under the established plan of treatment. Utilizes the case management model in directing and coordinating patient care and ensuring quality care for patients of all ages, neonate to geriatric. Promotes effective and collaborative communication between the disciplines involved in the patient’s care. Provides leadership for an inter-disciplinary team and direction for the accomplishment of individual patient goals. Performs re-evaluation, discharge, and routine nursing and aide supervisory visits as needed. Coordinates care provided by nurses, aides, therapists and social workers for assigned cases, and assures that HHA supervision visits are made every fourteen (14) days.
The Occupational Therapist organizes and conducts occupational therapy programs to facilitate rehabilitation of individuals with mental or physical disabilities. Directs patient participation in selected tasks to restore, reinforce, and enhance performance; facilitates the learning of those skills and functions essential for adaptation and productivity, dismiss or correct pathology and to promote and maintain health in a home care setting.
The Physical Therapist evaluates patient’s level of physical function and develops the plan of treatment. Organizes and conducts medically prescribed physical therapy programs to restore function and prevent disability in a home care setting.
The Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist diagnoses, evaluates and treats patients in the home with speech-language, cognitive-communicative and swallowing disabilities, according to a Plan of Care as ordered by the physician.
The Home Health Aide provides personal care and assigned therapy exercises within the patient’s home; assists patient in reaching the maximum level of self care. Performs all duties in accordance with Hale Makua standards and procedures and governmental regulations.
The Dietitian Coordinator provides oversight of Dietitians and dietetic services at Hale Makua Health Services, including providing consultation and assistance in the planning, organizing, developing, evaluating and directing of the Nutrition Services Department in accordance with applicable regulations and standards as requested. Provide dietitian services, to include developing, implementing and evaluating individual plans of care for residents based on an assessment of nutritional needs and educating residents, families, and staff in nutritional principles, regular and therapeutic diet plans, food selection, and interpret the need for such diets.
The Neighborhood Supervisors (RNs`) supervises and coordinates nursing personnel and the provision of clinical services on the nursing neighborhood to assure residents receive quality care in compliance with state and federal regulations and facility standards. Directs the investigation and the preparation of reports relative to personnel performance, improvement of resident care, budget performance, and safety training.
The Shift Supervisor (RN) is responsible for the efficient functioning of the PM or night shift to provide optimum resident care. Responsible for the necessary management and administrative functions of the Wailuku campus (facility) when the administration office is closed.
The Clinical Advocate Care Partner-Registered Nurse plans, develops, directs, and evaluates resident care. Advocates to assure the highest degree of quality care and well being for Hale Makua residents. Performs comprehensive, focused and on-going nursing assessments. Performs nursing duties within scope of practice. Assumes charge responsibilities as assigned.
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The Licensed Practical Nurse assists with planning, developing, directing, implementing, and evaluating resident care. Advocates to assure the highest degree of quality care and well being for Hale Makua residents. Performs focused and ongoing nursing assessments. Performs nursing duties within scope of practice. Assumes charge responsibilities as assigned.
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The Certified Nursing Assistant or Nursing Assistant provides our residents with routine daily nursing care in accordance with our established policies and procedures, and as may be directed to assure that the highest degree of quality care can be maintained at all times.
Your application must include 10 years of work history including company name, mailing address, phone number, dates employed (months & years), job title, list of duties, supervisor, final wages, hours worked per week, and reason for leaving. List three personal references (not a relative or previous employer), and if applicable: required license, certificate, degree, transcripts, past performance evaluations or samples of work.
Please allow at least three weeks before following up on your application.
*** Hale Makua Health Services is an equal opportunity employer***
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Please complete the employment application and submit it to the Human Resources office (472 Kaulana Street, Kahului) in person, by mail, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax at (808) 871-9267. We are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Meet a few of the 450 professional who make up our family. All of our care partners are committed to improve the well-being of those in our care through compassionate, personalized health services, both in our communities and the homes of our clients.
Teresa Lopes, ADC
Long-Term Care Activities Director
"I started working at Hale Makua in 1976. Hale Makua is my life; I have met thousands of residents and families in my many years here. I look forward to each day and coming to work and helping people. My coworkers are very caring and the most compassionate people I know."
Home Health Receptionist / Clerk
“I started with Hale Makua 30 years ago as housekeeper, then Nurse Aide, Neighborhood Clerk, and now as Receptionist / Clerk in Home Health. These positions were challenging and over whelming at times, but have given me the opportunity to learn, explore, excel, and achieve the best in me. I love Home Health because it has helped shape who I am today.”
Elmer Pere, CNA
Care Home Companion
“Do something today that you will thank yourself for later, is the motto that I live by. I am grateful for working at the care home. It makes my job worthwhile when I see our residents mingling, having fun, and experiencing the reciprocal love and care between staff and residents."