People who work for the Department of Land and Natural Resources are committed to fulfilling the agency’s mission of managing and conserving the state’s natural and cultural resources for future generations. With nearly 900 employees working throughout the state, job opportunities within the department require various levels of education and expertise ranging from a high school education up through advanced degrees. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a conservation enforcement officer, aquatic or wildlife biologist, environmental engineer, archaeologist or cultural historian, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is the place for you.
|08/06/21||Architecture Branch Chief||EX100380|
|10/09/21||Building Maintenance Supervisor, Kona||21-0482|
|11/06/21||Deputy Registrar of Conveyances||21-0634|
|11/30/21||Historic Preservation Archaeologist IV||EX122489|
|11/30/21||Historic Preservation Archaeologist IV||EX100379|
|08/16/21||Land Agent – Lihue, Kauai||21-0383|
|12/06/21||Natural Resources Management Specialist III-IV||21-0665|
|10/30/21||Office Assistant III, Maui||21-0580|
Please check the website regularly for updates.
Due to the rising safety concerns of COVID-19, the State of Hawai’i Recruitment is suspended until further notice.
We will update this website if any changes come along.
For more information, please visit dhrd.hawaii.gov