The Office of Public Health Preparedness (OPHP) occasionally has career opportunities for individuals interested in our mission to promote public health and prevent, mitigate, plan for, respond to, and recover from weather and human-caused health emergencies, disasters, and threats.
Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) Job Opportunities (includes civil servant, 89-day hire, and exempt positions).
Other Civil Service Job Opportunities in the State Executive Branch.
VACANT Paid Positions
Eligibility based on academic and professional experience, described in Minimum Qualifications. Click on job title, first time user guide, and apply below.
Hospital Emergency Planning (Downtown, Oahu) | Job # 22-0557 (position # 121806) | Apply here
Plan, develop, and implement projects, policies, and procedures to build, improve, and to maintain state public health and healthcare systems preparedness, response, and recovery capabilities. The Hospital preparedness position coordinates with hospitals/healthcare sector and is DOH liaison with the statewide healthcare coalition on preparedness and response for all hazards.
Planner IV & V (Downtown, Oahu) | Planner V: Job # 216142 | Planner IV: Job # 217148 | Apply here
Coordinate the development of statewide comprehensive public health response plans to all hazards, including human-made disasters or events. The position leads the planning, development, and implementation of multiple, complex special projects, policies, and procedures to build, improve, and maintain state public health and healthcare system preparedness capabilities.
Senior Planner V (Downtown, Oahu) | Job # 21-3073 | Apply here
Oversee and coordinate the activities of the OPHP planning section, which includes the Emergency Operations Planner, the Strategic National Stockpile Planner, and the Hospital Preparedness Program Planner. This supervisory position coordinates the development of statewide comprehensive public health response to all hazards, including human-made disasters and events such as weather- or climate-related emergencies and pandemics.
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC): Volunteer in public health emergency preparedness. To apply or learn more, visit Nā Lima Kāko’o. Volunteers are medical and non-medical.
Internship / Practicum: To inquire about potential opportunities, please contact us.
Last reviewed February 2023