The City Team is now accepting applications for Director and Deputy Director positions in various city departments, as described below under Specific Requirements.
Please submit a resume with appropriate references by mail to:
1130 North Nimitz Hwy, #A151
Honolulu, HI 96817
Attn: Transition Committee
- Your submission must be delivered to the above address by December 7, 2012.
- Your submission must be mailed and delivered via U.S. Postal Service. Submissions by any other means will not be accepted.
- Applicants selected for interview will be notified either by mail or phone by December 31, 2012.
- Due to the large response anticipated, unless applicants are selected for interview, they will not be otherwise notified.
- Please do not call Caldwell Headquarters, which is staffed by volunteers who are not involved with the selection process.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (per Hawaii Revised Statutes section 78-1)
Citizenship and residence; exceptions.
(a) All elective officers in the service of the government of the State or any county shall be citizens of the United States and residents of the State for at least three years immediately preceding assumption of office.
(b) All appointive officers in the service of the government of the State or any county who are employed as department heads and deputies or assistants to a department head shall be citizens of the United States and residents of the State for at least one year immediately preceding their appointment; provided that the foregoing one year residency requirement may be waived by the appointing authority when the appointive officer is required to have highly specialized or scientific knowledge and training and a qualified applicant who is a resident for at least one year is not available to fill the position. All others appointed in the service of the government of the State or in the service of any county or municipal subdivision of the State shall be citizens, nationals, or permanent resident aliens of the United States and residents of the State at the time of their appointment. A national or permanent resident alien appointee shall not be eligible for continued employment unless such person diligently seeks citizenship upon becoming eligible to apply for United States citizenship.
(c) All persons seeking employment with the government of the State or in the service of any county shall be citizens, nationals, or permanent resident aliens of the United States, or eligible under federal law for unrestricted employment in the United States, and shall become residents of the State within thirty days after beginning their employment and as a condition of eligibility for continued employment.
“Resident” means a person who is physically present in the State at the time the person claims to have established the person’s domicile in the State and shows the person’s intent is to make Hawaii the person’s primary residence.
(d) The appointing authority may approve the appointment of persons without consideration of the requirements under subsection (c) when services essential to the public interest require highly specialized technical and scientific skills or knowledge for critical-to-fill and labor shortage positions.
(e) For the positions involved in the performance of services in planning and executing measures for the security of Hawaii and the United States, the employees shall be citizens of the United States in addition to meeting the requirement of residency in subsection (c).
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS (click on the following)
Royal Hawaiian Band
Budget and Fiscal Services
Design and Construction
Parks and Recreation
Planning and Permitting