[Coral-List] Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources Administrator

David.A.Gulko at hawaii.gov David.A.Gulko at hawaii.gov
Tue Dec 4 16:11:05 EST 2012

The State of Hawaii Department of Land & Natural Resources is currently 
recruiting a Division of Aquatic Resources Program Administrator (EM-07). 
As the division chief, the sole position in this class has responsibility 
for administering the State's aquatic natural resources programs, 
including management of the State's coral reef resources, habitats and 
MPAs. The administration of the division's functions and operations is 
accomplished through the supervision of branch managers and supervisors.

The position has statewide responsibility for planning, administering, 
directing and coordinating the activities and operations necessary for the 
conservation, development, and management of the State's aquatic natural 
resources. Program functions include conserving, protecting, and enhancing 
the State's renewable resources of aquatic life and habitat; managing 
commercial and non-commercial use of the State's aquatic resources; and 
enhancing opportunities for public recreational fishing.

For more information, more detailed requirements, supplemental questions, 
and to apply, please visit the State of Hawaii Department of Human 
Resources Development at: 


The recruitment number for this position is: 212444. This recruitment is 
continuous and can be closed at any time.

Dave Gulko, Aquatic Biologist IV - Coral Reefs, NRD Incident Response
Division of Aquatic Resources
Hawai?i Department of Land & Natural Resources
1151 Punchbowl Street, room 330
Honolulu, HI  96813

(808) 587-0318 (o), (808) 587-0115 (fax)
(808) 294-4280 (cell)
david.a.gulko at hawaii.gov

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