Job Resources 2016-10-28T20:39:49+00:00

Job Resources

There are many different job and employment resources offered through government, state and county agencies and organizations. Be proactive and explore your options for full-time or part-time jobs and job placement services using these resources.

Are you an HC&S employee looking for information as you explore options for new workforce and career training opportunities, and employment resources? Please complete our brief ONLINE SURVEY to help us understand your interests and enable us to respond to your needs. View our Continuing Education & Training Resources page to learn more about the full range of educational programs and services offered at UH Maui College.

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HireNet Hawaii
www.hirenethawaii.com

Hawaiʻi’s one stop online site for job seekers and employers. Job seekers are able to create and post their resumes online, find available jobs in Hawaii, assess their skills, get career information, review the latest labor market data, locate suitable training, and much more. With a search engine that “spiders” company and government websites, newspaper postings, and corporate job boards for employment opportunities in Hawaii, job seekers have access to the largest job bank in the State at no cost.

TTY/TDD: 808-586-8844

Workforce Development Division/
WorkSource Maui
labor.hawaii.gov

The One-Stop Center on Maui dedicated to providing free services to job seekers and employers, including job search assistance, personal career planning services, training opportunities, HireNet Hawaii support and a library resource center.
Location:  2064 Wells Street, Suite 108, Wailuku, HI 96793 Map/Directions
Ph: 808-984-2091
Fax: 808-984-2090
One Stop Brochure[PDF]

This video is used with permission from Workforce Development Division / WorkSource Maui.
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Hawaiʻi Green Jobs Initiative
greenjobshawaii.hirenethawaii.com

The Hawaiʻi Green Jobs Initiative is part of the Department of Labor & Industrial Relations’ (DLIR) Research & Statistics Office. Partners include a Green Workforce Intelligence Network composed of government and industry representatives. Features current green job openings, information about local green training programs and training providers, and Hawaiʻi’s green labor market.

CareerLink
maui.hawaii.edu/careerlink

The mission of CareerLink is to create options and opportunities for University of Hawaii Maui College, University of Hawaii Center – Maui students and graduates in response to the dynamic economic and workforce development needs of Maui County. Offers services including Job Center Online, Career Fairs and Internships.
Location: University of Hawaiʻi Maui College, 310 W. Ka’ahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732, Ka Lama Building 207.
Ph: 808-984-3318

Student Employment & Cooperative Education, University of Hawaiʻi (SECE)
sece.its.hawaii.edu/sece

Students and Alumni are encouraged to browse through the job listings on the (SECE) job database for part-time, full-time and casual employment with both University and Non-University employers. Eligible students must be currently registered for 6 or more credits and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Work at UH
workatuh.hawaii.edu

The University of Hawaiʻi’s 10-campus system offers a wide range of career opportunities throughout the State of Hawaiʻi. Employment within the University system includes competitive compensation and benefits, a supportive work environment, and the opportunity to build a lifelong commitment to education by joining the ranks of our renowned scholars and researchers and dedicated staff.

County of Maui Employment Opportunities
www.co.maui.hi.us

Browse job listings, job descriptions, and linked benefit information for employment opportunities with the County of Maui.

Department of Personnel Services
200 S. High St
Kalana O Maui Building
6th Floor
Wailuku, HI 96793
Ph: 808-270-7850

Hawai‘i Workforce Infonet (HIWI)
www.hiwi.org

A useful website that provides job seekers and employers useful information on employment, wages, job and training information available in Hawai‘i. HIWI is Hawaii’s labor market information system maintained by the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations’ Research and Statistics Office. It is specifically designed for employers, job seekers, researchers and analysts, and others seeking economic and workforce information. HIWI provides easy access to a complete set of data tools in one web site.

Veterans’ Employment and Training Services (VETS)
www.dol.gov/vets

Provides resources and expertise to assist and prepare Veterans to obtain meaningful careers, maximize their employment opportunities, and protect their employment rights.
Regional Office: Veterans’ Employment and Training Service
U.S. Department of Labor
830 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 315
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Ph: 808-522-8216 (Ann M. Greenlee) Fax: 808-586-9258

MEO, Community Services Department
www.meoinc.org

A private non-profit Community Action Agency providing outreach and information, and administering human service programs to low-income persons, the youth, elderly, immigrants, ex-offenders, and persons with disabilities and medical needs.
Location: 99 Mahalani Center, Wailuku, HI 96793 Map/Directions
Phone: 808-249-2970

MEO, Employment Core Resources for Low Income Persons (ECLIP)
www.meoinc.org

Supports unemployed or underemployed low-income persons whose family household income is at or below 200 percent of the applicable Federal Poverty Guidelines for Hawaii. Prepares and assists unemployed or under-employed low-income persons in obtaining and maintaining employment.
Contact: Melanie Jaramillo
Phone: 808-249-2970

MEO, National Farm Workers Jobs Program (NFJP)
www.meoinc.org

A job training and employment assistance program for farmworkers and their families. Case Managers provide assistance to find employment, job training, and support services.
Contact: Rona Alexander
Ph: 808-249-2970

Tips for Job Seekers

  • Search among different online job databases
  • Review your resume with friends, family and any job resource services available to you
  • Prepare and practice for an interview
  • Contact different organizations to see what services they offer to support you
  • Apply for jobs using online services like HireNet Hawaii
  • Be on time and professionally dressed for interviews
Student filling out a job application
An employer shows a student their company

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