Hui Ho’olana is a non-profit educational/spiritual sanctuary on the island of Molokai, Hawaii seeking to fill the position of General Manager to oversee all operations.
The Hui has a 9-month ‘season’ – October through June. Residential workshops cover a wide variety of topics, from photography to meditation. They are scheduled every other week and last for 7-10 days each. These educational workshops provide the primary revenue for sustaining the non-profit.
In addition, the land has become a living sanctuary for native Hawaiian plants, birds, bees and butterflies and is known as the largest private dry land forest restoration project in all of Hawaii.
The role of the General Manager is to incorporate the Vision of the Hui with the technical aspects of operating the facility; this includes overseeing all departments, staff, seasonal volunteers and our year round local team.
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