Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources hires workers
HONOLULU (KHON2) – The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources is recruiting from its Resource Conservation and Application Division (DOCARE) as well as for the Kupu ‘Äina Corps program.
DLNR is looking for entry-level resource conservation and enforcement officers.
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Duties include inspecting fishermen’s catches, checking game caught in public hunting areas, patrolling on a jet ski, and responding to crimes in state parks and small craft harbors.
To apply, go to the state employment site Jobs.hawaii.gov/careers December 4.
If you are interested, submit your application as soon as possible before the close of the application period. The last time the department hired for these positions, the application period ended within hours due to the large number of applicants.
Those hired will attend the DOCARE Recruit Training Academy in Honolulu.
In addition, DLNR is also hiring 130 full-time and part-time workers for the Kupu ‘Äina body program.
Those hired will work in natural resource management, agriculture, conservation, renewable energy or other professions related to sustainable development.
Applications are accepted from Tuesday November 16 at https://www.kupuhawaii.org/aina/
The deadline for submitting applications for the first round is Monday, December 10, 2021.
The goal of these jobs is to help those who have been affected by the pandemic to gain employment in the environmental sustainability industry. Sustainability organizations are also encouraged to serve as a host site.
Anyone 17 and older will be considered, but Kupu said workers between the ages of 20 and 40 are the group identified in the legislation funding the program.
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The money comes from $ 5 million in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act, which was legislated for this use in Hawaii.