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CIVIL SERVICE JOBS

A civil service appointment is made through the merit-based, civil service recruitment and selection procedures.

An 89‐day non civil‐service appointment is made without the benefit of the civil service recruitment and selection procedure for a period not exceeding 89 consecutive calendar days or less than 20 hrs/week for 37 consecutive weeks.  89-day non-civil service appointments may be utilized when there is an immediate need to fulfill relatively short-term operational needs.

Exempt appointments are exempted from civil service pursuant to 76-16, HRS.  Employment is considered “at will,” which means that you may be discharged from employment at the prerogative of your department head or designee, subject to all applicable Federal and State employment laws.

Public Information Officer

Office of the Director

Accountant IV

Fiscal

Accountant III

Fiscal

Accountant III

Fiscal

Management Analyst V

Fiscal

Program Budget Analyst V

Fiscal

IT Band B (Database Analyst)

ITS

IT Band A (Database Analyst)

ITS

IT Band B (System Analyst)

ITS

IT Band B (System Analyst)

ITS

IT Band A (System Analyst)

ITS

IT Band A (System Analyst)

ITS

Secretary I

ITS

Office Assistant IV

Internal Support

Human Resources Specialist IV (R & R)

HR

Human Resources Technician VI (R & R)

HR

Human Resources Assistant IV (R & R)

HR

Human Resources Technician VI (T & C)

HR

Program Specialist V (Grant Specialist)

Special Program

Program Specialist V (Grant Specialist)

Special Program

Procurement & Supply Specialist III

Special Program

Program & Supply V (Legal & Policy Staff)

Special Program

Civil Right Specialist V

Litigation

Secretary II

Litigation


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OTHER JOB INFORMATION

  • Hawaii State law requires that all State employees be Hawaii residents for the duration of their employment with the State. To learn more, please see: Information Sheet – Suspension of Residency Requirements for Applicants
  • Requirements for retirees of the State of Hawaii, Employees’ Retirement System, who are Returning to Work.
  • Job Fair Appearances – to be announced.
  • Don’t see a job that interests you? Submit a Job Interest Card to be notified by the Department of Human Resources Development about recruitment for positions in the Executive Branch in your area of expertise.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Policy:  The Department of Human Resources  has rescinded the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for new hires assigned to work in congregate settings effective immediately.
  • Non-Discrimination Policy:  The Hawai‘i Department of Law Enforcement is committed to maintaining an environment free from discrimination, retaliation, or harassment on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or disability, or any other class as protected under federal or state law, with respect to any program or activity.
The following video tutorial will help you understand the process in order to apply to a State government position via our recruitment website.

Questions?

For more information about employment opportunities with the Department of Law Enforcement and the application process, please contact the Human Resources Office by phone at 808-587-5036 or by email at [email protected] (preferred).

The State of Hawaii is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable State and Federal laws relating to employment practices.