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Thanks to CARES Act funding, the County of Kauaʻi and their Kupaʻa Kauaʻi Initiative, and Malama Kauaʻi’s Aloha ʻĀina Workforce Program, KFBRP has been awarded two new full time positions. That means we are hiring! We have one full time Office Assistant position and one full time Avian Conservation Field Assistant position available. If you are a Kauaʻi resident 18+ who has been laid off or had work hours reduced due to COVID, and are interested in changing careers to the conservation field, this program may be for you! All positions begin August 31st and will run for 12 weeks at $20 per hour. Work will be complemented with career services education including a professional resume writing session.
If you are interested, here’s what you will need to do:
Click on each position listed below to read a full description of the position(s) and instructions on how to apply. Choose the position that suits your interests and will provide you with the best new and diverse skill set through our personalized career coaching. Get your documents ready. You will need a resume, cover letter, and references. Please read a little about what we do here at the Kauaʻi Forest Bird Recovery Project. You must also have an interest in the conservation and preservation of Kauaʻis endangered forest birds.