Mānoa Heritage Center is a 3.5-acre “living classroom” dedicated to promoting an understanding of Hawaiʻi’s cultural and natural heritage. The campus comprises of Kūkaʻōʻō Heiau and its surrounding gardens of native and non-native plants, the historic Kūaliʻi home, LEED-certified Visitor Education Hale, Hogan House, and Caretaker’s Residence/Maintenance Facility. MHC’s educational programs seek to bring people closer to their own heritage and communities.
Grounds Maintenance is a regular part-time position that performs a broad range of duties to maintain MHC’s grounds. The position is a part-time exempt position reporting to the Caretaker. Starting wage is $15/hour.
Grounds Maintenance is responsible for ensuring that MHC’s grounds are maintained. Responsibilities include:
Frequently walks, stoops, bends, squats, climbs stairs, walks on uneven ground, and reaches at, below, or above shoulder level. Occasionally may lift items 16-50 pounds, push items 20 pounds, kneel, twist, or grasp/pull/carry/push equipment.
Typical equipment and tools include maintenance and landscape tools/equipment such as a blower and rake.