Jul 09 2024
Malama Law Group |Honolulu|Full Time, $15.25 - $22.88 / hour
Job Description

KKV is Hiring!  

KKV was founded by community leaders in 1972 in response to a lack of health services for Kalihi's low income, largely-immigrant Asian and Pacific Islander residents. Together we work to advance health, to inspire healing, to foster reconciliation, and to celebrate abundance in the ahupua'a of Kalihi through strong relationships that honor culture and place.

Understanding health as wellbeing in the broadest sense, KKV pioneers holistic approaches to addressing the needs and aspirations of its culturally-rich community. KKV's 200+ staff care for more than 15,000 Kalihi residents a year in over 20 different languages and dialects from nine locations.   

In 2014, Kokua Kalihi Valley began a process to develop a new framework of health that accommodates the full spectrum of strengths, challenges, desires, and needs of the community. Through careful and continual listening and engagement, a more universal view of health and wellness is emerging centered around what matters to indigenous and island people. This view, named Pilinahā, looks at four vital connections that people seek in their lives: To your best self, to others, to place, and to past and future.   

KKV is recognized nationally as a leader in Social Determinants Of Health (SDOH) programming with a 50 year history of implementing innovative programs, and annually hosts hundreds of visitors and students interested in studying KKV's community-and culturally-based approach.  

Last year, KKV won first place in the Innovations Showcase Competition put on by the Social Determinants of Health Academy. We were recognized for our Hui Hoaka Covid response program. Framed by indigenous Hawaiian values, the program has coordinated staff and volunteers from across KKV and the community to provide a broad array of support for patients and their family members. The program has been highly successful because of its effort to provide deep listening and culturally safe communication; to provide access to resources such as food, supplies, lāʻaulapaʻau, and economic support; and to collect stories and data that will aid KKV in improving care integration and establishingbest practices for SDOH services.



Transports patients between Kuhio Park Terrace, Kalihi Valley Homes, Hauiki Homes, Kokua Kalihi Valley main clinic, and other health care sites in the Honolulu Area.  Transports confidential records, mail, and other items between health care sites as necessary.  Records, maintains, and submits accurate vehicle and passenger logs. Checks and maintains vehicles in good mechanical, exterior, and interior conditions. Picks-up and drops-off vehicles at designated auto repair shops for maintenance or repair services.

Special consideration given to multicultural/multilingual candidates and those with a connection to the ahupuaʻa of Kalihi.

Salary Commensurate with Experience. 


  • Skills/Knowledge:

    Ability to work with multi-cultural staff and client populations, required.

    Demonstrate excellent driving habits and sense of direction, required.

    Demonstrate effective verbal communication skills, required.

    Ability to prioritize driving requests, required.

    Ability to be trained to operate electronic shuttle management platform, required.

    Bilingual/ bicultural skills, preferred.

  • Education/Training:

    High school graduate, required.

    Possess valid and current State of Hawaii driver’s license, required.

    Possess and maintain clean driving abstract, required.

    Possess clean criminal background check, required

  • Experience:

    One-year experience working as driver, required.

    One-year experience working in community health settings, preferred

    One-year experience working/living in public housing project, preferred.

    Lives in the Kalihi Valley area, preferred.

SCHEDULE:  Full Time M - F 40 hour work week. Work hours may be flexible to meet department needs as determined by supervisor with consistent and predictable attendance. 


  • 4 Employer Sponsored Health Insurance Plans to choose from (2 Kaiser & 2 UHA):  KKV pays 100% of employee Medical Health Insurance Premium (single coverage) for the base UHA 3000 or KP 101 Plan Medical/ Dental/Vision/Drugs.     
  • Generous Holiday Schedule: KKV observes all States Holidays (13 - 14 full days @ 5 hours per day and 2 half days @ 2.5 hours per day is paid)  
  • Paid Time Off: .0654 hours of PTO is accrued per hour worked. PTO is paid out upon separation with company. 
  • Retirement: KKV will contribute 8.5% of employee’s annual compensation toward Tax Sheltered Annuity after Employee has completed 2 eligible years of service (a minimum of 1000 hours of service each year). Employees are 100% vested in retirement plan.  
  • Flexible Spending Plans: Employees of KKV will be able to participate in the KKV Cafeteria Plan (Medical Spending & Dependent Care) from the inception of employment.  
  • Transportation Benefit: Eligible employees may receive a bus pass benefit after 3 month probation period. Employees will pay $25 and KKV will subsidize $65.  
  • Bereavement Leave: After 3 month probation eligible employees can take paid time off for Bereavement Leave 12 where no travel is required, 20 hours for out of state travel.  
  • Jury Duty: Time off for Jury duty: KKV will pay employees the difference between normal rate of pay and sum provided by the court for a maximum of 1 month.  
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program: KKV is a qualifying employer for the PSLF and the Temporary Expanded PSLF program.  
  • Lifestyle benefits in partnership with HR Symphony by Altres   

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