We’re looking for someone dynamic, reliable, passionate and ready to Konbit with us and help Kay Tita’s mission flourish.
This experienced operations manager will help Konbit Cafe strive for excellence and will aid us in building a positive reflection of our Haitian community. Your leadership will cultivate a vibrant environment where our team and customers feel welcome and appreciated.
Commitment: We're specifically looking for someone with the availability of 30+ hours per week including some weekends. Please only submit an application if you have this availability.
Salary: $19.95 - $25.00 per hour
Kay Tita is a social impact non-profit organization that serves as a conduit providing changemakers in Haiti with a safe space and the resources they need to increase their impact, develop skills, and establish critical partnerships.
The organization was founded by David Pierre-Louis in 2010 after the devastating earthquake in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Named after David's mother, Augusta Bienvenue, who goes by Tita,
Kay Tita (pronounced: kai tea-tah) means Tita's House.
“Konbit', pronounced 'KOHMB-BEET, It is a virtue deeply embedded in many indigenous cultures that implies 'coming together for the public commons or communal good.’In our Haitian history, it is a traditional form of cooperative communal labor. Whereby the able-bodied folk of a locality helps each other prepare their fields. It is a time for solidarity and cooperation.
Konbit Cafe, is a Haitian Specialty Coffee window service cafe nestled in the heart of the University District. We boast a well-crafted Haitian-inspired menu with coffee sourced directly from our farmer friends in the northern hills of Dondon, Haiti. Konbit Cafe is a portal/window into the community Kay Tita fosters throughout Haiti.
We hope our guests will use this transparent approach to our organization to learn about our culture and find ways to engage with us directly through celebration, action, hope, awareness, and learning. Every purchase directly supports our community.
Impact Hub Port-Au-Prince takes an authentic approach to developing community, inspiring members through sustainable practices. Emphasizing progressive inclusivity and transparency, Impact Hub aims to preserve and expand Port-Au-Prince’s creative and thriving entrepreneurial culture. We hope to reach maximum effectiveness with the intentional practice of accountability. Guided by love, respect, honor, and trust, we always seek to refine, elevate, and restore the health of our community.
will direct a training and operations program within Impact Hub called GeoHaiti. GeoHaiti trains adults on geospatial information systems (GIS) that serve to improve community disaster resilience. Training topics include community communications, water and sanitation management, environmental preservation, public health measures, community disease surveillance, sustainable infrastructure, and hazard analysis.
Kay Tita will be the greenest commercial building in Haiti since it will be constructed according to The Living Building Challenge (LBC) standards, considered the most rigorous environmental performance standard. People from around the world use this regenerative design framework to create spaces that produce more energy than they utilize.
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