Salary: $5,600 to $6,812 per month (SR-26, Step C to H)
Note: Hiring rates will be based on availability of funds, the applicant’s qualifications, and other relevant factors.
Conducts the management of State lands in a county-wide district, and represents agency interests relative to land management, conservation and land development projects in the district; and performs other related duties as assigned.
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Basic Education: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
Specialized Experience: Four and one-half years of progressively responsible professional experience which demonstrated knowledge of Hawaii land laws, real estate laws and terminology, the real property appraisal process, various types of land titles and legal instruments affecting land transactions; and the ability to gather and analyze land transaction data, prepare reports of findings, including conclusions and recommendations, and meet and deal effectively with others.
Supervisory Aptitude: Demonstration of aptitude or potential for the performance of supervisory duties through successful completion of regular or special assignments which involve some supervisory responsibilities or aspects of supervision, e.g., by serving as a group or team leader; or in similar work in which opportunities for demonstrating supervisory capabilities exist; or by the completion of training courses in supervision accompanied by application of supervisory skills in work assignments; and/or favorable appraisals by a supervisor indicating the possession of supervisory potential.
Substitutions Allowed: Relevant substitutions as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements will apply.
Driver’s License: Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of appointment.
The information provided above represents a summary of the complete Minimum Qualification Requirements (MQRs). To view the complete MQRs in their entirety, CLICK HERE.
The State of Hawai’i complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodations in completing an application, any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the selection process, please call 808-587-0936 for assistance.
PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM
The PSLF Program is a federal program that is intended to encourage individuals to work in public service by forgiving the balance of their federal student loans. To qualify, the individual must have made 120 qualifying payments while employed by a qualifying employer. For more information, please click: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS
The Department of Human Resources Development (HRD) will use electronic mail (email) to notify applicants of important information relating to the status and processing of their applications as part of our ongoing efforts to increase operational efficiency, promote the conservation of green resources, and minimize delays and costs.
Please ensure that the email address and contact information you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you. We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails or fail to check your email-box in a timely manner. In addition, please be aware that you may no longer receive notification about applications submitted if you choose to disable the Job Application Emails feature in your Account Settings.
The examination for this recruitment will be conducted on an unassembled basis where the examination score is based on an evaluation and rating of your education and experience. It is therefore important that your employment application provide a clear and detailed description of the duties and responsibilities of each position you held.
In-person interviews and/or further testing in Hawaii may be required at the discretion of the hiring agency. If in-person interviews and/or further testing is a requirement, applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements and are referred to the vacancy must be available to participate in person and at their own expense in this required phase of the selection process.
Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. In addition to employment availability and score, the referral of qualified applicants may be based upon other factors including date of receipt of the application.
CLICK HERE for further information about Equal Employment Opportunity, the Merit Civil Service System, Citizenship and other requirements, Reasonable Accommodation, Veterans Preference, Examination Requirements, and the State Recruiting Office’s Levels of Review.
YOUR JOB BENEFITS WITH THE STATE OF HAWAI’I
The State of Hawaii offers its employees who are members of the civil service a range of benefits. Some benefits are offered as a result of collective bargaining agreements and changes may occur.
A summary of these benefits, which is based on full-time employment, is listed below.
Note: Benefits for NON-CIVIL SERVICE appointments will be provided by the hiring department at the time of interview.
With Civil Service modernization, effective July 1, 2002, 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. As a temporary member of the civil service, you will be eligible to apply for promotion and transfer opportunities to permanent as well as other temporary positions. You may also enjoy other rights and benefits afforded to members of the civil service, with the exception of return rights and placement rights associated with a reduction-in-force of a permanent member of the civil service.
You may be eligible for 13 paid holidays each year; 14 holidays during an election year.
You may earn vacation leave at a rate that other employers find tough to match – 21 days each full year from the FIRST year of employment. This compares to an average of 10 days offered by private companies. You may accumulate up to a total of 90 days (720 hours) of vacation.
Paid Sick Leave
You may earn sick leave at the same rate as vacation – 21 days per year from the FIRST year, and there is no limit on the amount you can accumulate. Expectant mothers may also use sick leave for pre-natal or post-natal check-ups or any illness related to pregnancy. Plus, unused accumulated sick leave may eventually be used to increase your retirement benefits in certain situations.
Reasonable time off with pay may be provided for jury or witness duty, a death in the family, some military duty, and donation to the Blood Bank. Leave sharing donations may be granted to eligible employees who have serious personal illnesses or injuries or need to care for a seriously ill or injured family member. Various leaves without pay may also be granted with full re-employment rights.
The State pays a part of the premiums for each employee’s enrollment in a State sponsored Medical, Drug, Vision, and Dental Plan. For more information, visit the Employer Union Trust Fund website www.eutf.hawaii.gov for coverage and options.
Group Life Insurance
The State provides a free life insurance policy for employees.
The State contributes to a retirement plan for eligible employees. Generally, employees under the Hybrid Plan with 10 years of credited service and who have reached 65 years of age or have 30 years of credited service and have reached 60 years of age may retire and receive benefits. To find out more about the options you have, go to http://ers.ehawaii.gov.
Premium Conversion Plan
Participating employees may increase their take-home pay by having the State deduct the cost of health care premiums before payroll taxes are withheld.
Flexible Spending Accounts
Eligible employees can reduce their federal and state income taxes and social security taxes through a tax-savings benefit program called Island Flex. This program allows employees to set aside money from their paychecks to pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses and eligible dependent care expenses on a BEFORE-TAX basis.
Participating employees may increase their take-home pay by having the State deduct qualified transportation expenses (i.e. eligible parking fees, monthly bus passes for TheBus, fare coupons for The Handi-Van, Vanpool Hawaii participation fee, etc.) through pre-tax payroll deductions.
The State offers employees a voluntary pre-tax retirement savings plan designed to give employees a tax break today and an opportunity to build a retirement nest egg through voluntary payroll deductions. Several types of investment options are available.
Temporary Disability Insurance
Qualified employees may be eligible to receive benefits for a disability caused by a non-work related injury or illness under this program.
As an employer, the State also contributes to an employee’s social security account.
Promotions & Transfers
For employees with membership in the civil service, the State offers promotion and transfer opportunities throughout the State Executive Branch.
Training & Continuing Education
The State supports developmental activities related to an employee’s work. In many departments there are numerous in-service training opportunities available. Sabbatical leaves with pay are available for qualified employees.
The State may pay for certain business related travel expenses including mileage reimbursement for use of a personal car during work, airfare, meals and lodging expenses for trips to neighbor islands or out of state.
Incentive & Service Awards
The State has a program that recognizes employees for their years of service and provides cash awards for their superior accomplishments and other contributions that improve State operations.
Union & Collective Bargaining
Employees have the right to join the union for collective bargaining with the State and employee representation. Some employee unions provide discounts, insurance and other opportunities. Employees may also decide not to join a union, however, employees are required to pay union service fees unless the employee’s job is excluded from collective bargaining.
The above information is solely intended as a summary of the benefits available to State of Hawaii employees and is subject to change. Whether or not you are entitled to a particular benefit will depend on your specific appointment and employment status (included, excluded, exempt, non-exempt). Please refer to the appropriate collective bargaining agreement or executive order and all applicable laws, rules, policies, or plan documents for further details. Nothing herein shall be deemed as creating an employment contract, promise of employment, promise of continued employment, or obligation of any kind on the part of the State of Hawaii.
CLICK HERE for more information on the State of Hawaii’s Benefits At-A-Glance.
The State of Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please read the following information carefully.
A. At a minimum, applicants must submit a cover letter, detailed resume, list of recent professional references, as well as responses to the required Supplemental Question(s).
DHRD and the hiring agency will use the information you provided to determine whether you meet the Minimum Qualification Requirements (MQRs). Failure to provide complete and detailed information may result in your application being delayed, rejected, or assigned a lower rating.
B. Your resume must include the following for EACH employer: employer’s name, complete employment dates (Month/year to Month/year), your official job title, and a detailed description of your job duties with the employer as they directly address each of the Requirements.
C. You must submit verification (e.g., copies of official transcripts or diploma) in order to receive credit for education. In general, proof of education downloaded from and/or submitted through the internet will not be accepted. Education obtained outside the United States must be comparable to education earned at a regionally accredited school in the United States. We also reserve the right to request further information about your academic program, evidence of comparability, or an original transcript.
D. To receive credit for substitute, temporary assignment, or volunteer experience, applicants must submit an official letter of verification from the employer. The letter should include the job title, complete employment dates, number of hours worked per week, a description of the professional duties performed, and a contact name and phone number.
E. Applicants must meet all Minimum Qualification Requirements (MQRs), as of the date of application.
F. Any information you submit may be verified.
G. It is your responsibility to provide complete and accurate information which will clearly substantiate whether you meet the MQRs.
H. Possession of the required number of years of experience will not in and itself be accepted as proof of qualification for the position. Your overall experience must have been of such scope and level of responsibility so as to conclusively demonstrate that you have the ability to perform the duties of the position being sought.
I. Supporting documents must be either electronically attached to your application or submitted to our office at: State of Hawaii Department of Human Resources Development, 235 South Beretania Street — 11th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813.
J. In submitting your application, you certify that the information you are providing DHRD and the hiring agency is complete, accurate, and true to the best of your knowledge. Any misstatement of fact provided during the application or selection process may result in corrective action, including termination from service.
In order to receive credit for your academic training, you MUST SUBMIT a legible copy of your OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS by attaching it to your online application, if you have not already done so.
NOTE: If you are using relevant work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree to fulfill the Education Requirement, clearly describe this work experience in your application. In order to receive credit, this experience must be comparable in scope, level, and quality to knowledge and skills gained via completion of study leading to a Bachelor’s degree as specified in the Minimum Qualification Requirements.
In order to receive credit for your academic training, you MUST SUBMIT a legible copy of your OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS by attaching it to your online application.
How many years of progressively responsible professional work experience as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements, do you possess?
If you answer “No Experience” to question #5 above, indicate “N/A’ below.
If you possess the Specialized Experience provide the following information. Address each change in employer or positions with the same employer separately.
The information for each employer should include:
A. Employer’s name, your official job title, employment dates (month/year to month/year) and average number of hours per week spent collectively on duties described below.
B. Describe this employer, including type of organization (government or private firm, etc.).
C. Describe the primary function of your position, and your major duties and responsibilities.
D. Describe in detail your experience with this employer in the following areas (1-4). In each of these areas, please articulate how your experience demonstrated knowledge of Hawaii land laws, real estate laws and terminology, the real property appraisal process, various types of land titles and legal instruments affecting land transactions; and ability to gather and analyze land transaction data, prepare reports of findings including conclusions and recommendations, and meet and deal effectively with others; or indicate n/a if you did not have such experience with this employer:
1) Progressively responsible experience in land management, including activities such as preparing transactions for the acquisition and disposition of land; inspecting public lands for violations of contractual agreements, statutes, land laws, rules, and regulations, and enforcing compliance with the foregoing;
2) Progressively responsible experience in property management, including the efficient utilization and maintenance of real property which involved such activities as the acquisition/disposition of real property, property valuation, preparation and solicitation of bids, establishment of rental rates, selection of tenants, and the protection/maintenance of property;
3) Progressively responsible experience in the appraisal of real property, including the estimation of property values based on factors that affect the value of the property (location/environment, highest and best uses for which property is suitable/capable, age of property, physical/functional condition of improvements, potential for future development, availability of adequate utilities, probabilities of community growth/decline, and value increase/decrease due to economic conditions);
4) Progressively responsible experience in developing/maintaining real property classification/valuation systems such as developing construction and depreciation indexes, valuation tables, methods for gauging the values of different classes of real property, and procedures for uniform and equitable appraisal of real property.
E. Did this employer have a particular department or section responsible for activities such as described in 1-4 above, or contract an outside firm to perform such duties? If yes, what was the relationship of these entities to your position?
Be specific and complete in your responses. Employers and each position held must be identified in your resume. We do not make assumptions.
If your write up and resume are unclear, you may be asked to provide a copy of your official Job/Position Description, including Organizational Chart.
Do you possess supervisory aptitude as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements?
If you stated that you possess the Supervisory Aptitude, provide the following information to address your relevant background:
A. Employer and your official job title;
B. Dates you performed such duties (Month/year to Month/year);
C. Brief description of employer, services provided, and clientele served;
D. The primary function of your position;
E. A detailed description of the duties you performed which demonstrated your supervisory aptitude or potential;
F. IF applicable only, provide the number and job titles of positions you supervised, and a description of your supervisory duties; and
G. How did your duties and level of authority differ from those of your supervisor?
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