Data Management and Data Entry Kumu for Incarcerated Learners

Part-time, temporary position

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Who you are

A compassionate and committed individual who believes that technology education can make a difference in the lives of incarcerated women. You are experienced and/or comfortable teaching incarcerated women online, and you are knowledgeable enough to teach data management and Microsoft Excel basics, with the goal of preparing learners to seek data entry type work upon release. You have excellent communication skills and emotional intelligence, are reliable, and can work well with a small team.

Who we are

Purple Maiʻa Foundation is on a mission to educate and empower the next generation of culturally grounded, community serving technology makers and problem solvers. From our origins in 2013 as a small, startup nonprofit teaching Native Hawaiian kids to code, we’ve become a team of over 30 educators, developers, digital creators, and innovators who run programs for the lāhui in youth technology education, local workforce development, entrepreneurship, and design. We work remotely and in person, across ka pae ʻāina and beyond. We seek the purple-ness in everyone we serve and are on a journey to grow into serving our community members who are incarcerated.

With us on this journey is Worknet, an innovative non-profit that prepares prison inmates for a successful reentry into community living to reduce recidivism. Worknet works with clients while they are in prison at least 6 months prior to release with programs that cover art, pro-social skills, individual development plans, and problem solving. Worknet continues to assist when they reenter the community with offender reentry services, such as help finding jobs, securing housing, obtaining a driver’s license, and restoring identity documents. Worknet designs client services based on current criminogenic research and evidence based practices. 

Desired Qualifications

  • Formal study or certification in education, data science, or a related field
  • Experience working with incarcerated learners
  • Experience teaching on Zoom and ability to adapt to and use a new learning management system (LMS)
  • High emotional intelligence and great communication skills
  • Able to teach 3 times per week during either  9-11 am or 1-3 pm class times

Hours & Pay

This will be a part-time, hourly position with a timesheet. We estimate the workload will be 14-16 hours/week and no more than 19 hours/week. The pay rate is $30/hour. We’re looking for someone who can start asap. This is a temporary position (several weeks of planning and then 8 weeks of course implementation). Continuation is contingent on available funding.

How to Apply

Send a resume and email describing your interest and qualifications to