|ENGINEER V – OAHU||The Engineer V supervises the planning, design, construction, maintenance and/or operation of a number of major and complex engineering projects; or works independently on advanced planning, design or research projects involving elements of a highly critical or unprecedented nature; and performs other related duties as assigned. |
Engineers at the V level perform work characterized by many, varied complex features due to the breadth, diversity, or intensity of assignments. They plan and conduct work for which precedent criteria or techniques are inadequate or are controversial. They work as specialists in a technical field, and may perform staff advisory services for an engineering organization. They apply intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in a broad area of assignment and related fields. They perform advanced work in their engineering field and provide technical guidance on critical problems or projects of a highly specialized nature. As a supervisor, the engineer reviews work prepared by other professional engineers or by contract architect-engineer firms.
|HEAVY TRUCK DRIVER – HALAWA TO KALIHI, OAHU||Operates a truck having a factory-rated capacity of 5 tons and over, or a tank truck having a capacity of over 1200 gallons as a major work assignment, and performs operational maintenance; may perform manual work tasks in connection with general construction and maintenance work; and perform other related duties as assigned|
|MARINE CARGO SPECIALIST I (MAUI)||The Marine Cargo Specialist I is responsible for the day to day activities of coordinating, controlling and assuring the expeditious and safe movement, handling and stowage of incoming and outgoing cargo and coordinating traffic movement at terminal areas to prevent undue congestion and delay within assigned harbor areas and performs other related duties as assigned.|
|MARINE CARGO SPECIALIST I (OAHU)||The Marine Cargo Specialist I is responsible for the day to day activities of coordinating, controlling and assuring the expeditious and safe movement, handling and stowage of incoming and outgoing cargo and coordinating traffic movement at terminal areas to prevent undue congestion and delay within assigned harbor areas and performs other related duties as assigned.|
|PROGRAM BUDGET ANALYST IV – OAHU||The Program Budget Analyst IV conducts program analysis and evaluation, budget analysis and recommends funding levels for programs in the State’s program structure; conducts system studies; performs budget analysis work which regularly encompasses complex problems; assists in the formulation and execution of the budget for State programs; and performs other duties as required. |
This class reflects responsibility for reviewing the six-year plans of varied State programs. A position in this class also participates in studies of program analysis and evaluation involving issues and problems of limited scope. Work is performed in accordance with instructions and is subject to periodic review while in progress.
|SECRETARY III – OAHU||A Secretary serves as a trusted personal assistant which require a close and confidential relationship with the manager or administrator served; an overall awareness of the activities and administrative framework of the organization; and the performance of a variety of clerical and minor administrative duties which are auxiliary to the work of the manager or administrator served. |
The Secretary III serves as a Secretary to the manager of a statewide program or programs and an organization of substantial complexity and size or scope; and performs other related duties as assigned.