Are you ready to give back to your community and help protect our island from invasive species? Here is an opportunity to work outdoors and mālama the ʻāina.
The Maui Invasive Species Committee is hiring 15 full-time 4 to 5 -month temporary field positions for the coqui frog control crew. The typical work shift is from 1 pm to 11:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. Shifts may vary depending on operational needs.
The starting salary is $14.89/hour. Work involves mixing 50 lb bags of citric acid with water into solution, hiking in rough terrain while carrying fire hose to spray coqui frog infested areas, and maintaining detailed records of work including GPS tracks.
MISC will provide all necessary safety equipment and gear. To align with current Covid-19 distancing requirements, applicants may be asked to use their personal transportation to reach field worksites and will be reimbursed.
Applicants must have a current driver’s license, reliable personal transportation, vehicle insurance, and a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
Applicants selected for the positions must be available on either July 6th or 8th to meet with human resources personnel.
To be considered for a position, fill out this online form, and upload a resume with your work history and two professional references as well as a cover letter. Any questions about the application process can be sent to Adam Knox at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes must be received by June 26th.
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