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Department of Public Safety recruiting new officers

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The Department of Public Safety is looking to fill Adult Correction Officer (ACO) vacancies on Hawaii, Kauai and Maui.   The recruitment opened this morning on the Department of Human Resources and Development (DHRD) jobseekers webpage and will end on Thursday, February 27 at midnight. 

To qualify, you must meet all of the requirements listed on DRHD's webpage.  Applicants must be a high school graduate or have a GED.  You also must pass a Physical Agility Test and have one year of responsible work experience which shows that the applicant possesses the ability to relate effectively with people in following the instructions of a supervisor and giving or exchanging information.  If selected, applicants will move on to the Basic Corrections Training.

For a full list of requirements and information on how to apply to become an ACO, please go to the DHRD Jobseeker listings by clicking on the links below:

Hawaii - http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hawaii/default.cfm?action=jobbulletin&JobID=814454

Kauai - http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hawaii/default.cfm?action=jobbulletin&JobID=814528

Maui - http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hawaii/default.cfm?action=jobbulletin&JobID=814552

 

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