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County to Switch to New Recruitment and Hiring Web Portal

March 22, 2016, 4:32 PM HST
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County jobs. Background image of Maui credit: Wendy Osher.

County jobs. Background image of Maui credit: Wendy Osher.

The County of Maui Department of Personnel Services announced that on April 1, 2016, County recruitment will switch to the NEOGOV recruiting system, a program already utilized by the State of Hawaiʻi, City and County of Honolulu, County of Hawaiʻi and the County of Kauaʻi.

County officials say NEOGOV is the nation’s largest public-sector recruiting solution, and is used by over 1,500 public agencies across the US.

Applicant profiles created on the current Candidate Self Service system will not transfer to the new NEOGOV system, and users can create a new profile by visiting the County of Maui website section for county jobs, and following the instructions under “Important Notes.” Candidates who already have an account on will not need to create another one.

To apply for a job with the County of Maui after March 31, 2016, candidates must apply online on the new portal. Applications received on or before March 31st through the current Candidate Self Service system will be processed.

“Transitioning to a new recruitment system will help streamline the application process and make the system more user-friendly for potential County employees,” said Department of Personnel Services Director Lance Hiromoto in a department press release announcement. “The County of Maui strives to recruit the best and the brightest, and I urge all job seekers to consider a career with the County by exploring the new portal,” he said.

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