HONOLULU (AP) - The Hawaii Ethics Commission is starting its search to replace its director, who was fired in June. The commission advertised for the $109,000-a-year position on its website after its former executive director, Dan Mollway, was dismissed based in part on an investigation faulting his management style and "unpredictable work schedule."
The job posting seeks applicants to serve as administrator and chief legal counsel for the commission. The commission is seeking applicants who are graduates of an accredited law schools, licensed attorneys and members in good standing with the Hawaii State Bar.
Applications must be received by September 30.
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