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Hawaii recruiting conservation and resources enforcement officers statewide

  • COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES / 2018

    Hawaii Conservation and Resources Enforcement Academy graduates on Nov. 30.

  • COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

    The state today began recruiting Conservation and Resources Enforcement officers to fill vacancies across Hawaii.

The state today began recruiting Conservation and Resources Enforcement officers to fill vacancies across Hawaii.

Both permanent and temporary positions are available, according to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement, and posted on the state of Hawaii jobs website.

No previous law enforcement experience is required.

Potential officers must meet the minimum qualifications:

>> Be at least 21 years old

>> Have two years of general work experience

>> Meet federal and state firearms regulations

>> Be able to swim 100 meters within three minutes

>> Hike one mile within 20 minutes

>> Have a valid driver’s license

All applicants are subject to background and fingerprint clearances, and pre-employment drug testing.

“Since these positions do not require any previous law enforcement experience, we expect a large number of people will be interested in applying,” said DOCARE Enforcement Chief Jason Redulla. “We have a limited number of positions available and anyone interested in applying should do so as soon as possible.”

Salaries listed for Conservation and Resources Enforcement Officers on Maui and Kauai range from $3,712 to $5,711 a month.

Questions can be directed to the state recruiting office at 587-1111.

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