There are currently 2 employment opportunities open for application.
FT / PT: FT
MCAPP seeks an Executive Director who is committed to preventing childhood sexual violence and will provide adaptable, compassionate, and creative leadership. The ED must have experience with or aptitude for the core competencies of a nonprofit leader: planning; fundraising; administration; Board and staff relations; communications and public relations; and financial management. In addition, the ED must exhibit personal and professional integrity and the skills and heart to develop and sustain interpersonal and community relationships.
Executive Director’s Responsibilities:
Report to and partner with the Board of Directors
Implement strategic plans to implement MCAPP’s mission and address challenges and opportunities
Keep current about childhood trauma, healing & prevention practices.
Provide leadership and oversight for the development and delivery of MCAPP’s childhood sexual violence prevention program in a cost-effective, timely manner.
Create annual operating budget and oversee all fiscal operations
Ensure that MCAPP has the resources it needs to support operations and programs
Recruit and hire MCAPP team members and develop and cultivate a safe and positive, productive and organized work culture.
Utilize systems to evaluate program progress and impact
Stay up to date with creative and innovative use of online media education methods and technology.
Provide and deliver written and oral reports in a professional and timely manner (e.g. to the Board and to funders)
Oversee marketing and other communications efforts, and serve as spokesperson to MCAPP constituents, the media, and the general public
Represent MCAPP in coalitions, networks, and alliances; actively engage and energize volunteers, partnering organizations, and funders.
Travel required, as needed, for funding and other networking purposes.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a related field; at least 3-5 years of experience in organizational or nonprofit leadership or management; fundraising, administrative, and program development experience. Residence on Molokai, or desire to move to Molokai.
Desirable qualifications: Master’s or doctorate degree in areas relevant to sexual violence prevention, social work, public health, research, business administration; 6-years+ experience in relevant areas; well versed in all aspects of non-profit leadership and management..
To apply, please email Ehulani Kāne, MCAPP Board President, at firstname.lastname@example.org the following by November 15, 2020: (1) letter describing suitability for--and ability to lead--MCAPP; (2) resume; and (3) writing sample.
Media and Storytelling Intern
FT / PT: PT
Learn about MCAPP’s work to deliver high-quality programs to prevent sexual violence and promote ‘ohana wellbeing in Molokai, through education, leadership development, and community organizing, both online and in person
Help to develop strategic communication for the Molokai community and current/potential MCAPP supporters, particularly focused on people ages 11-26 (e.g., social media, print media, blogs, newspaper, video, etc.)
Support efficient service delivery by building systems and technical capacity; troubleshoot glitches and inefficiencies
Track service delivery metrics and develop timely numerical, narrative, and visual reports
Experience in art, media, and storytelling
Commitment to sexual violence prevention, healthy relationships, and the Molokai community
Experience with digital technology and social media platforms
High school diploma
Enrolled in college full-time
Ties to Molokai
Reports to: The Media and Storytelling Intern reports to the Assistant Manager and collaborates closely with every member of the small MCAPP team.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to subject line Your Name – Social Media Intern.