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Maui Disaster Recovery Jobs Available

The Hawaiʻi State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) announced the availability of of a disaster recovery jobs portal for Maui to help workers and businesses impacted by the wildfires. The portal provides access to all currently available jobs on Maui as maintained by the DLIR.

Individuals may view the job board for available jobs, but employers will need to be registered in HireNet Hawaiʻi to perform candidate searches while job seekers will need to be registered with HireNet Hawaiʻi to post resumes. Click here to enter the Disaster Recovery Job portal.‍

For more information on job fairs and training opportunities, click here.

Apply for and Post Job Openings for the People of Maui via HireMaui

HireMaui is a free community initiative to support thousands of residents suddenly left unemployed after the tragic wildfires on Maui. HireMaui provides a chance for displaced workers to get back on their feet and local companies to fill much needed positions.

The personal and economic consequences of sudden unemployment under tragic circumstances are profound. HireMaui is here to connect people with organizations who are ready to welcome them as employees.

Click here to find jobs and apply for temporary or long-term positions across the state

• Have a job opening you'd like to post? Register to start listing jobs today to find capable workers for positions you need to fill now.

HireMaui is a community initiative powered by the ALTRES Foundation in partnership with State of Hawai‘i Department of Labor and Industrial Relations and other community partners.

Apply for Federal Disaster Assistance

Federal disaster assistance may include financial help with temporary lodging and home repairs, as well as other disaster-related expenses. To apply for assistance, visit or download the FEMA mobile app. Applicants can also call the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362, with language translation services available. The helpline is open and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no cost for Hawai‘i residents to call.

For instructions on how to apply for assistance, watch the following video: