In our 36-year history, Hospice Maui, a private, non-profit organization, is honored to have earned the community’s trust as the respected hospice leader on Maui.

We are always looking to add professionals to our team who seek the opportunity to contribute to a positive change in people’s lives and in society. We have recently opened our state-of-the-art five-bed hospice home in Wailuku, staffed 24 hours per day. Join us in making a difference every day to patients and families coping with end-of-life illness.

We provide full-time staff with a comprehensive benefits package including medical, vision, dental and complimentary medicine insurance (chiro, massage, acupuncture), vacation, holiday, sick pay, and a 401(k) plan after one year of employment.

Whether you are responding to an open position that we have posted, or are expressing interest when we have no such postings, we are happy to hear from you.

Please send your resume, cover letter, reference and any salary requirements to

The following positions are available at Hospice Maui at this time:

Human Resources Manager

We are seeking a Human Resources Manager to join our team for up to 30 hours per week. The ideal candidate possesses an understanding of the hospice community and its core values of presence, compassion and forgiveness.

The HR Manager is responsible for developing the human talent necessary to support the achievement of the financial, compliance, and strategic goals of Hospice Maui, positively contributing to the long-term success of the organization’s core purposes, and its culture. The HR Manager is responsible for day-to-day Human Resources tasks and responsibilities, anticipates and addresses talent needs through strategic recruiting, staffing, and training.

An individual in this position must also motivate and retain existing staff by anticipating and responding to human resource issues as they arise, and ensuring that the organization clearly and consistently communicates its culture to all employees. The HR Manager is additionally responsible for developing the leadership skills of Department Managers, administering employee benefit programs; including retirement plans, health insurance and other insurance carriers, as well as maintaining day-to-day HR records and personnel forms.

In order to accomplish this, the HR Manager must have a broad knowledge of human resource legal requirements, trends, and practices and be well aware of their impact on the management and operation of a team-and people oriented agency.

The HR Manager partners with the Executive Director, studying market trends, and developing short and long-term plans for driving employee engagement and retention. The HR Manager is expected to model effective communication and leadership in the organization, while consistently applying Hospice Maui’s policies, management practices, and legal requirements.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

3+ years of experience in Human Resources as a generalist, specialist, or manager in lieu of degree.

Read, write, and communicate using English language sufficient to perform job functions

Availability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

Preferred Qualifications

Professional in Human Resources certification or equivalent.

2 years of experience working with management teams in a Human Resources leadership role.

1 year of experience with specific Human Resources software programs, e.g., Ceridian HR

3 years of experience in management

Experience with MS Office, i.e., Word, Excel, Outlook.

Job Type:  up to 30 hours per week

Director of Clinical Services

Hospice Maui is seeking a Clinical Director for our growing team of hospice and palliative care specialists.

In this leadership role, you will ensure quality patient care, direct, coordinate and control all aspects of the clinical functions, perform regulatory compliance, and manage staff. We are looking for someone who can build trust, is committed to the team, and holds themselves and others accountable. If patient care is your passion–we want to hear from you!

We hold sacred the work that we do: caring for the dying and their families with compassion and honesty. This is our core value. We seek a person who shares and embodies that perspective.

Our hospice program serves the uniquely culturally diverse and spiritually rich community of Maui. The right candidate for this position will hold the highest respect for the diversity of our community and of our workplace.

Minimum Qualifications for Director of Clinical Services:

BSN, Registered Nurse with a current and unencumbered license for the state of Hawaii

Proven effective managerial or supervisory experience to direct, train and develop a staff of clinicians to provide top level care to our patients

Understanding of business growth, financial management, personnel development

Strong clinical skills for mentoring, training and use in the field to ensure education of staff skills

Leadership qualities that include the ability to listen, inspire and motivate others, set expectations, empower others, lead a team to great results

Essential Functions for Director of Clinical Services:

Employ qualified personnel and ensure adequate staff education and evaluations; in collaboration with the CEO and Manager of Human Resources, determine the hiring, orientations, retention, evaluations, discipline, counseling or termination of the hospice’s team associates

Work closely with the Medical Director to ensure quality patient care and staff competency

Work closely with the CEO, the Medical Director, the Spiritual Care staff, and others to deepen staff skills in the cultivation of compassion through self-awareness.

Adhere to budget requirements regarding labor, pharmacy, DME, and medical supply costs

Review all higher level of care patients including respite, general inpatient and continuous care

Serve as liaison to and conduit between the Administrator, Case Managers, clinical staff on his/her respective team, patients, their families, and the community

This is a salary, exempt position.

Required Experience:

Management: 2 years

Spiritual Care Counselor

We are currently seeking a part-time Spiritual Care Counselor to cultivate an ongoing awareness among the clinical staff and volunteers of the singular opportunities that the dying process often creates for patients and families, to foster opportunities for finding meaning in and reconciling their life, and for finding meaning in their dying, forgiving and asking forgiveness from others, and coming to closure with those close to them.

This position will provide and/or supervise spiritual care services, which include but are not limited to:

1. Participating in establishing, and periodically updating, the Plan of Care;

2. Reviewing the Spiritual Assessment, reviewing it as required by COP’s, and seeing that it is updated appropriately;

3. Participating in Interdisciplinary Group meetings as required;

4. Ascertaining and assuring that patient and family spiritual needs are being met, within the constraints of hospice care;

5. Providing counseling to hospice patients/families when directed by the IDG;

6. Developing and maintaining working relationships with pastoral care providers in the community;

7. Being available and willing to be in an appropriately supportive counseling role with other Hospice Maui staff; and

8. Performing other duties as assigned.

Preference is given to candidates with at least three years experience in a field in which counseling is the primary focus. A master’s degree in a field in which counseling is required, along with a demonstrable interest in spiritual care at the end of life. Applicants must have a valid Hawaii Driver’s License and a reliable vehicle.

Job Type: Part Time 24 hours per week

Hospice Social Worker

Hospice Maui is looking for a licensed MSW with a minimum of one (1) year experience in a healthcare setting to join our interdisciplinary team as a Hospice Social Worker and provide direct services to patients and caregivers in their homes and in our 5-bed facility.

This is a part-time position with flexible hours and full-time potential and includes rotation of on-call after hours, weekends and holidays.

The successful applicant will be able to effectively assess psycho-social needs, provide individual, family and group counseling, conduct crisis intervention, discharge planning, and community referrals. We are looking for an individual who possesses strong assessment and counseling skills, along with cultural sensitivity and a deep commitment to patient advocacy at the end of life. Preference is given to individuals with hospice or home healthcare experience. LSW is required, LCSW preferred.

Job Type: Part Time 24 hours per week

An Equal Opportunity Employer. Job applicants are evaluated on the basis of merit, qualifications and competence without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or other non-job related factors.

Background check and pre-employment drug testing required.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to:

Mahalo for your interest in Hospice Maui.