A 3-member short-term group from the Maui County Hearth and Public Security Fee will advocate subsequent steps in deciding on a brand new hearth marshal, after the fee obtained two purposes for the job.
Along with vetting candidates, the group might focus on whether or not the variety of candidates is enough or whether or not extra recruitment needs to be completed.
Commissioners, assembly on-line, voted Wednesday to create the interplay group allowed to help the fee in deciding on a fireplace marshal.
The brand new chief would substitute Hearth Chief David Thyne, who will retire on July 1 after a 33-year profession, together with almost three years as chief.
Fee chair Kyle Ginoza mentioned the fee obtained two purposes for the place because the division’s chief administrative officer earlier than the Could 16 deadline.
He mentioned the place was marketed on The Maui Information from April 16-27 and on the Honolulu Star-Advertiser from April 19-23.
The job that has a beginning wage of $ 158,851. Candidates will need to have at the very least 5 years of fireside management expertise, together with at the very least three years in administrative capability.
Vice President Lisa Vares and committee members Dwight Burns and Donna Sterling volunteered to be members of the short-term group. The scope of the group contains reviewing the recruitment discover, establishing the interview course of and inquiries to ask, and creating rating sheets for candidates. The group would current its stories to the total fee for deliberation.
Ginoza mentioned the subsequent fee assembly date could be decided based mostly on the short-term group’s progress.