Parents And Children Together (PACT) is one of Hawaii’s leading private non-profit family service agencies and is a leader in the design and delivery of a broad range of innovative social and educational services. PACT is an active partner with numerous community efforts, coalitions, initiatives, schools and other providers, and is a prominent advocate for the needs of Hawaii’s most socio-economically challenged citizens.


Job Opportunities for External / Internal Applicants
Recruitment # Program Island Job Title Status Closing Date
1552 Early Head Start Oahu Parent Child Educators II and III Full-Time 11/13/14
1573 Early Head Start Oahu Parent Child Educator Aides On-Call 11/13/14
1622 Early Intervention and Family Strengthening Services Oahu Developmental Screening Specialist Full-Time 11/06/14
1623 Economic Development Center Oahu Vocational Technology Specialist Full-Time 11/06/14
1624 Family Peace and Shelter Services Oahu Group Facilitator On-Call 11/06/14
1618 Family Peace and Shelter Services Oahu Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate On-Call 11/06/14
1626 Family Peace and Shelter Services Oahu Visitation Monitor On-Call 11/06/14
1627 Family Peace and Shelter Services Oahu Security Guard On-Call 11/06/14
1607 Head Start Oahu Assistant Teacher Full-Time 11/06/14
1572 Head Start Oahu Program Aides On-Call 11/13/14
1605 Head Start Hilo / Kona – Hawaii Education / Disabilities Specialist Part-Time 11/06/14
1589 Head Start Hilo – Hawaii Preschool Teacher Full-Time 11/06/14
1559 Head Start Kona – Hawaii Family Advocate Full-Time 11/06/14
1611 Head Start Kona – Hawaii Program Aides Full-Time 11/13/14
1570 Head Start Hilo – Hawaii Program Aides On-Call 11/13/14
1571 Head Start Big Island – Kona Program Aides On-Call 11/13/14
1616 Lanai Intensive Support Services / Family Peace Center Lanai Comprehensive Family Services Specialist On-Call 11/06/14
1619 Maui – Family Peace Center Maui Group Facilitator (CSAC) On-Call 11/06/14



For employment opportunities, please contact us at:

Parents And Children Together
Human Resources Department (Attn: Recruitment)
1485 Linapuni Street, Suite 105
Honolulu, HI 96819
Tel: 808-847-3285 (Human Resources)
Fax: 808-848-7187


To access detailed descriptions of the current postings from MS Outlook:  While at your Inbox, press Ctrl+7 and click on Job – Internal Postings.

To access the current postings from Outlook Web Access (OWA): Click Public Folders | General Documents | Job – Internal Postings.

To Program Designee:

–          Please be sure to print and post job postings at your program site(s) for all to view.

–          REMINDER: To insure timely ad placements and job postings, please forward  Request to Post & Recruit Forms

for next week’s recruitment by Wednesday, November 05, 2014


Parents And Children Together is an equal employment opportunity employer.


New Kapolei campus is named Hookele

Construction of the elementary school is scheduled to be completed in April

Nanea Kalani
Honolulu Star-Advertiser

A new elementary school being built in Kapo­lei will be called Hoo­kele Elementary to convey the idea of navigating 21st-century learning.

The Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously approved the recommendation from a committee made up of community and education representatives…

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
17 September 2014

Ground Transport, Inc. has immediate positions open at our Waipahu and Campbell base yard locations for School Bus Drivers and School Van Drivers for the safe transporting of Regular Education and Special Education Students to and from schools on Oahu.


• Prefer a CDL “A” or “B” License with (P) Passenger and (S) School Bus Endorsements. However, not required – we offer paid training to obtain a CDL License.
• This position is part-time (permanent) with a split schedule to accommodate AM and PM school routes for Regular Education Students. In addition, drivers are assigned to fieldtrips as required by the company.
• You will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and DOT Physical (paid by company).
• Obtain the following documents: clean traffic abstract and driver history record, clean criminal abstract and Negative TB Clearance.


• No CDL license is required for this position. You must be 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license.
• This Position is part-time (Permanent) with a split schedule to accommodate AM and PM curb to curb routes for Special Education Students — Waipahu, Ewa, Ewa Beach and Kapolei areas.
• You will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and DOT Physical (paid by company).
• Obtain the following documents: clean traffic abstract and driver history record, clean criminal abstract and Negative TB Clearance.
• Ground Transport, Inc offers training to upgrade to a CDL “C” or “B” license.

BENEFITS FOR BOTH POSITIONS: Excellent Hourly Pay, Medical (drug, vision and dental), Paid Holidays, Vacation Pay, Group Life Insurance, 401k and Profit Sharing with company matching.


91-303 Kaiholo Street – Campbell Industrial Park 

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DOE to send out postcards about public school bus routes

Tannya Joaquin
Hawaii News Now

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – For the first time, the Department of Education is notifying parents of public school students about bus routes and pickups by postcard.

They should arrive by Wednesday, July 30th. That’s two days before thousands of students head back to school…

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Hawaii News Now
29 July 2014

Honolulu Star-Advertiser

All on the line

Kapolei’s big offensive line could be the key to the Hurricanes’ success this season

Nick Abramo
Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The only football head coach in Kapolei history is quick to point out that big doesn’t necessarily translate to talented or powerful.

But big, as coach Darren Hernandez concedes, is a good place to start when it comes to the Hurricanes’ offensive line. And it’s this gigantic line that will either propel Kapolei to success or leave the team short of its goals of a first OIA championship…

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
29 July 2014


After Care will run from after school-5:30pm (some sites until 6:00pm). If you are interested in working with school age children…you have a passion for impacting the lives of our future….want make a difference in a child’s life, WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU!!! Duties include but are not limited to following a structured daily routine, planning and conducting a meaningful variety of activities, keeping the children safe, accounting for all children throughout the day, and communicating with parents on a daily basis.
We are hiring now due to time needed to clear background checks…policies are now in place that NO ONE can step foot on campus until they receive full clearance!!!

Keoneula-4 Contact Kristin 689-1385 ext 7
Makaha-2 Contact Zanai 695-7910
Nanakuli-1 Substitute Contact Tia 262-4538

compensation: Based on qualifications and certifications.
non-profit organization

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Nanakuli Middle School students taught lesson in sustainability

Jim Mendoza

NANAKULI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) – The entrance to Nanakuli High and Intermediate School is bordered by the greenest spots on campus. It’s where Ti leaves, fruit trees and medicinal plants grow. Teacher Renolds Fruean works with seventh and eighth graders who belong to Makahiki Club 96792.

“Wherever we can, wherever kids step, that’s where we want our mark to be left,” he said.

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5 May 2014

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Councilmember Pine attended the groundbreaking ceremony for Kapolei Elementary School II on Wednesday, April 3, 2014.

Located in the Mehana subdivision, the “new school is designed to serve up to 750 students in a Twenty‐First Century Learning Environment with spaces for students in grades in Pre‐K through 5. Facilities will include classrooms, a cafeteria, administrative space, class gardens, play areas, and a data center.”

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Kapolei Elementary School II – Rendering

The school will also “be designed to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver rating equivalent under LEED 2009 for Schools. Design considerations to promote sustainability include minimizing energy consumption, incorporating renewable energy sources, providing daylighting, reducing water usage, managing indoor air quality, minimizing site disturbance, and using materials with low volatile organic compounds.”

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Kapolei Elementary School II – Location

Source: Kapolei Elementary School II Environmental Assessment

Images at War’s End

The Battleship Missouri Memorial, in collaboration with Kapolei High School, presents a photo display of images and memorabilia from the USS Missouri. The Images at War’s End exhibit will provide rare photographic perspectives from the end of World War II in Asia and the Pacific Islands. The photographs were selected from among tens of thousands of images in the collections of the National Archives at College Park, Maryland, largely unseen images taken by US Navy and Army Signal Corps photographers during the weeks and months surrounding the end of World War II.

The exhibit will also include a series of unedited, soundless, documentary film recordings taken aboard the USS Missouri as World War II was concluded in formal ceremony on September 2, 1945 in Tokyo Bay.

Opening: Saturday, December 21, 2013
Exhibit on display through February 22, 2014
Kapolei Public Library: 1020 Manawai St.