Start a rewarding career in public service and receive excellent benefits including:
• Retirement benefits
• 13 state holidays (14 on an election year) annually
• Comprehensive health insurance
• 21 days of vacation and 21 days of sick leave per year
• Options for flexible working hours, alternative workweek program, or part-time work
• Options for life insurance and additional retirement savings programs

Employment opportunities at the Department of Taxation have professional growth potential and are available on all islands.

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State Civil Service Positions

None at this time.

Other Civil Service Positions

Other civil service positions at the Department of Taxation are filled through the Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD) State Recruiting Office. Vacancy announcements and applications for these jobs are available on the State Recruiting Office website at

State Non-Civil Service Positions

Special Enforcement Section (SES) Investigator

Investigate businesses for suspected violations of state tax laws for civil enforcement purposes. These businesses include, but not limited to, cash-based businesses, transient accommodations operations, and other entities.

Learn more at Special Enforcement Section (SES) Investigator.

Application Forms

  • Directions on how to apply and application forms are attached to the end of each job listed announcement.
  • For [other] civil service jobs, you must apply through DHRD. Learn more at

Residency Requirements

Hawaii State law requires that all State employees be Hawaii residents for the duration of their employment with the State. To learn more, please see: Information Sheet – Suspension of Residency Requirements for Applicants.


For more information about employment opportunities with the Department of Taxation and the application process, please contact the Personnel Office by phone at 808-587-1503 (preferred) or by email at [email protected]

The State of Hawaii is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable State and Federal laws relating to employment practices.

Page Last Updated: November 2, 2020