Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

Be the nurse you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Health!    BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)  to join the team in Wailuku . We believe our clients and... more
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Job Summary: As delegated by and under indirect supervision of clinic nursing supervisor, and with direction from charge nurse, staff nurse, or practitioner, supports practitioner and clinical team to accomplish pr... more
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Careers With Purpose Join our not-for-profit organization that has provided over 100 years of housing and services to seniors with a commitment to quality care and service in a Christian environment. Facility:... more
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Be the nurse you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Care!    BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN)  to join the Maui team  We believe our clients and their families deserve... more
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Job Details Job Location :    Bristol Hospice - Hawaii - Honolulu, HI Position Type :    Full Time... more
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Nurse Practitioner - FNP

CVS Health  •  Full-time  •  Kapolei, Hawaii 96707, United States  •  $43.94 - $94.63 / hour  •  3w ago
Bring your heart to CVS Health. Every one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric healt... more
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Job Description Founded in 1921, Straub Medical Center includes a 159-bed hospital in Honolulu, a network of neighborhood clinics and a visiting specialist program that reaches throughout the state of Hawai'i. With o... more
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CNA Days 6:00AM - 2:30PM

Ohana Pacific Health  •  Part-time  •  Kaneohe, HI  •  $19 - $21 / year  •  3w ago
Start your caring career with Ohana.  Scholarship opportunities available if you are currently enrolled in a State Approved Nurse Aide Training Program. Ohana’s CNA Float Pool is also available if you are interested... more
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Job Description Founded in 1921, Straub Medical Center includes a 159-bed hospital in Honolulu, a network of neighborhood clinics and a visiting specialist program that reaches throughout the state of Hawai'i. With o... more
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Be the nurse you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Health!      BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN)  to join the team in Wailuku and Kihei . We believe our clien... more
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Outpatient Registered Nurse - RN

Fresenius Medical Care  •  Full-time  •  Lahaina, HI  •  $39.28 - $57.11 / hour  •  1m ago
Description Lend direction as well as a caring attitude. Bring a smile and your vital knowledge to everyone, every day. Brighten prospects for patients and your career. Connect with your goals and change lives... more
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Job Description The Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Group is comprised of over 700 employed physicians and advanced practice providers. Together with our four medical centers (Kapi‘olani, Pali Momi, Straub, and Wilcox... more
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Job Description RN Castle Benefits: Evening Shift Differential: $2/hour Night Shift Differential: $6/hour Weekend Shift Differential: $1/hour No Parking Fees Located in Kailua, Adventist Health Castle has b... more
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Job Description Located in Kailua, Adventist Health Castle has been one of the area's leading healthcare providers since 1963. We are comprised of a 160-bed hospital, eight medical offices, home care services, urgent... more
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License Practical Nurse / LPN

Ohana Pacific Health  •  Full-time  •  Koloa, HI  •  $31 - $37 / hour  •  1m ago
Are you looking to work for mission driven and passionate warriors like yourself? Looking to grow within an organization? The Company: We are Ohana Pacific Health. We positively impact thousands of lives... more
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Job Summary: Coordinates services to patients and assists them in accessing Kaiser system. Acknowledges concerns and takes appropriate action to address issues. Serves as role model. Supervises assigned staff. E... more
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Be the HHA Caregiver you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Health!  We are seeking an exceptional Full-Time/Part-Time Personal Care Aide to help clients enjoy a higher quality of life in the comfort of their own ho... more
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Job Summary: Under direction of Registered Nurse and medical orders of the Practitioner, provides direct and indirect nursing care in outpatient setting. In addition, orients and serves as a resource to LPN Clinic/... more
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Job Details Job Location :    Bristol Hospice - Hawaii - Honolulu, HI Position Type :    Full Time... more
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Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Location: Honolulu Hawaii Specialty: Long-Term Care (LTC) Unit: LPN, Long Term Care (LTC) Gross Pay: TBD Schedule: Rotating - 5 x 8, 14:30:00-22:30:00, 8.00-5... more
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Job Summary: Provides first line supervision at one site for nursing and other professional staff providing direct patient care which may include one or more of the following clinical/care services for hospice and/o... more
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Job Description Founded in 1921, Straub Medical Center includes a 159-bed hospital in Honolulu, a network of neighborhood clinics and a visiting specialist program that reaches throughout the state of Hawai'i. With o... more
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Hourly Caregiver

Aloha TLC Home Care, LLC  •  Full-time  •  Hawaii County, HI, US  •  4w ago
Title: Hourly Caregiver Hourly Pay: $18.00/hour We're looking for a caring and dedicated healthcare worker to join our team in Hawaii. The ideal person will have worked in healthcare before and really care about pr... more
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Be the nurse you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Care!      BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN)  to join the team in Kapaa and Anahola . We believe our clients... more
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Recruitment Number 24-0339 The immediate vacancy is with the Department of Health located in Lihue. The starting monthly salary is at the minimum rate of pay advertised above. A continuous recr... more
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Be the nurse you always wanted to be at BAYADA Home Health! BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking a full time Registered Nurse (RN) to join the Oahu Visits team. We believe our clients and their families... more
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Job Description Founded in 1921, Straub Medical Center includes a 159-bed hospital in Honolulu, a network of neighborhood clinics and a visiting specialist program that reaches throughout the state of Hawai'i. With o... more
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Job Description Founded in 1921, Straub Medical Center is a fully integrated nonprofit health care system with a 159-bed tertiary care hospital in Honolulu, a network of neighborhood clinics and a visiting specialist... more
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DATE POSTED: 8/09/2020 JOB TITLE: PER DIEM CNA RECRUITMENT NO .: KCH 20-130 (Per Diem, No Benefits) JOB LOCATION: KONA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL – Medical Surgical Unit 1 PAY AMOUNT: * $21.24 PER HOUR JOB DUT... more
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Job Description Located in Kailua, Adventist Health Castle has been one of the area's leading healthcare providers since 1963. We are comprised of a 160-bed hospital, eight medical offices, home care services, urgent... more
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Hawaii has more to offer nursing professionals than just beautiful beaches, a rich culture, and surfing. The Aloha State is also the second highest-paying state for RNs in the country, right behind California, and healthcare practitioners are the seventh largest occupation title in the state. So if you’re in search of nursing jobs in Hawaii, know that there’s plenty of opportunity here. Take a look at what else you’ll find both on the job and off.

Quick Facts About Hawaii Nursing Jobs

  • Does Hawaii belong to the Nurse Licensure Compact? No.
  • How much do nurses make in Hawaii?The average annual salary for RN jobs in Hawaii is $113,220, compared to the national average RN salary of $89,010.
  • Where can I learn more about Hawaii requirements for nurse licenses? Check out the Hawaii Board of Nursing for the latest information regarding applications, renewals, verifications, and more.

What to Know When Pursuing Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

More than 1.4 million people live in the Aloha State, and more than 9 million visitors come here every year. Whether you’re caring for residents or vacationers, you’ll be kept busy, which is excellent news for RNs, LPNs, and CNAs. Choose full-time, part-time, contract, temporary, or per diem employment, or you could even decide on travel nurse jobs — Hawaii has options.

In terms of your patient base in Hawaii, the median age of residents is around 40, and people ages 65 and over make up just over 20% of the population. There are roughly equal numbers of women and men, and 51% of people are married. Around 33.5% of married couples have children, while 14% have children but are not married. Additionally, Hawaii is home to more than 250,000 military personnel and their families.

Want to stand out from the competition? Be sure cultural competence is part of your skill set when pursuing nursing jobs — Hawaii is a diverse state. An estimated 37% of Hawaiians are Asian, 22% are White, 19% are two or more races, 10% are Hispanic or Latino, 9% are Pacific Islander, and about 2% are Black. If you’re bilingual, be sure to call it out on your resume and during your job interview, as it could help you communicate with patients who are more comfortable speaking a language other than English.

Working in Hawaii

Not surprisingly, tourism is the largest industry in Hawaii, followed by hotels and motels, public schools, health and medical insurance, and hospitals. Wondering what leading acute care employers are on the islands? The top hospitals for customer experience in Hawaii are:

  • Adventist Health Castle (Kailua)
  • Hilo Medical Center (Hilo)
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital (Honolulu)
  • Pali Momi Medical Center (Aiea)
  • The Queen's Medical Center (Honolulu)
  • Tripler Army Medical Center-Fort Shafter (Honolulu)

There are also a number of rural health clinics and community health resources that need nursing professionals like you. If you prefer to focus your search for post-acute nurse jobs in Hawaii, you’ll have no trouble finding assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities that are hiring.

So what would a commute look like if you were living on one of the islands? It takes just over 27 minutes for Hawaiians to get to work, which is marginally longer than the national average. The majority of residents (67%) drive solo to work, 14% carpool, and almost 7% take mass transit.

You may be wondering where to send your kids while you’re working. The Hawaii Department of Education offers a variety of Out-of-School Time (OST) programs for working families. But what about your pets? Don’t worry. Hawaii has lots of pet sitters who can take good care of your dogs and cats. They might even see more beach time than you do!

Living in Hawaii

If you love nature and the great outdoors, there are few states that can compete with Hawaii, which is the only U.S. state that is entirely composed of islands. The eight major islands by population are:

  • Oahu
  • Hawaii (aka The Big Island)
  • Maui
  • Kauai
  • Molokai
  • Lanai
  • Niihau
  • Kahoolawe

Whether you prefer to surf, hike, paddle board, kayak, mountain bike, swim, or just go for walks, Hawaii offers near-perfect backdrops year-round. Haleakalā National Park (Maui) and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Big Island) are two of the many destinations that offer sights and terrain you simply can’t find anywhere else in the country.

To appreciate the culture and heritage of Hawaii and the Pacific Islands, explore the Bishop Museum, established in 1889 to honor Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop of the Kamehameha royal family. From oil paintings to model canoes to contemporary murals, the museum features millions of objects and is among the world’s most expansive natural history specimen collections.

When it comes time to eat, Hawaii offers much more than the poke bowls for which it has become renowned. If you live here, chances are Spam musubi, loco moco, lau lau, and shaved ice are the dishes you hold dear. Looking to dine out? You’ve got your choice from fine dining to food trucks and everything in between.

Because of the micro-environments found at varying elevations on the islands, the weather can be quite diverse. That said, there are really only two seasons in Hawaii: summer (May through October) and winter (November through April). In the summer, the daytime average reaches 85 degrees; in the winter, it’s around 78 degrees.

Thanks to the fantastic weather and culture, island life isn’t cheap. Hawaii’s cost of living index is around 193.3 (based on a national average index of 100). The average price of a home in Honolulu is nearly $800,000 and a one-bedroom rental is around $2,175 per month. To take some of the edge off, remember that an RN’s paycheck in the state averages six figures.

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