The County of Maui is a four-island county, consisting of the islands: Maui, Moloka`i, Lana`i, and Kaho`olawe. The County of Maui is the second largest of four counties in the State of Hawai`i comprising of an estimated 164,637 population. (2015, U.S. Census Bureau) The County of Maui provides a range of services, including public safety (police, fire and public prosecutor), sanitation, social services, culture and recreation, transportation, planning and zoning, and the construction and maintenance of streets and highways.

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Note:  Employees appointed to temporary positions may also gain membership in the civil service upon satisfactory completion of an initial probation period of at least six months. Once you become a member of the civil service, you become eligible to apply for promotion and transfer opportunities to permanent as well as other temporary positions. Serves in a trainee capacity in the major functional areas of the county's Housing Program; receives orientation in and learns the principles, techniques, laws, methodology and work processes pertinent to the program, and performs other related duties ... view job details

Performs sub-professional work in organizing, implementing and conducting assigned recreational programs and activities at designated parks, playgrounds and facilities; and performs other related duties as required. Distinguishing Characteristics:. These classes are characterized by their responsibility to organize, implement and conduct assigned functions within the framework of established recreational programs or activities. Level I: This level is distinguished by its primary responsibility for conducting assigned  recreational programs and activities.The following are examples of duties an... view job details

Plans, directs, organizes, coordinates and oversees all activities of the County of Maui's elections program, including voter registration, elections, informational and educational programs; and performs other related duties as required. Distinguishing Characteristics:. This class is distinguished by its overall responsibility to plan, direct, organize, coordinate and oversee all activities and programs relative to the administration of election laws, which includes voter registration, elections, and informational and educational programs for the County of Maui. The following are examples of d... view job details

Performs skilled technical work using Geographic Information System (GIS) software and applications under the supervision of higher-level staff; creates, enters, verifies and edits GIS data and other related datasets; digitizes, scans, processes, georeferences and orthorectifies maps, imagery, remote sensed data and other documents; creates maps, plans, exhibits and other GIS products; and performs other related duties as required. Distinguishing Characteristics:. This Geographic Information System Technician series is distinguished by its responsibility for performing skilled technical work i... view job details

Participates in the clerical work relative to the registration of voters and preparation for elections; and performs other related duties as required. Note:  This is a full-time,. temporary. position with the possibility of employment until the end of the election season. Position may be terminated at. any time. due to failure to perform required job duties.The following are examples of duties but are not limited to the following:. Registers voters, updates, maintains, and prepares the general county register.. Reviews and checks applications for registration, re-registration, and absentee app... view job details