DCCA Employment Opportunities

Discover a great career opportunity with the State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

The State of Hawaii is one of Hawaii’s largest employers and offers a competitive compensation package. Public employment requirements and other information regarding working for the State of Hawaii can be found on DHRD’s website.

The following are non-Civil Service (Exempt) positions available at the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA). A complete list of positions at the department is available at the following links: civil service positions and exempt positions.

For more information, or to apply, please see each posting’s complete position details. Interested applicants also need to submit Form 278 to the hiring office indicated on the recruitment notice.

Insurance Branch Positions

INS Fraud Investigator IV (Fraud)

This position will be responsible for initial case assessment, development and execution of an investigation plan, including gathering and preserving evidence, preparing reports and assisting the attorney assigned to the case with all phases of prosecution. (Position Details #102779)

 CIAF Insurance Examiner I (Captive Insurance)

This position performs duties relating to financial analyses and compliance procedures as they relate to the operations and practices of licensed captive insurance companies.  (Position Details #120976)

 CRF Insurance Examiner II (Market Conduct)

The Market Conduct Examiner is the coordinator of the market regulation, including market analysis and market conduct activities of the Insurance Division.  The examiner will be responsible for implementing Chapter 431, Article 2D, HRS.  Training of Division personnel on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ core competencies for market regulation will be a primary duty.  Other duties include coordinating the market analysis and market conduct examinations on the practices of insurance companies doing business in Hawaii. (Position Details #120950)

CIAF Insurance Examiner II  (Captive Insurance)

This position will be responsible for the examination and financial analyses of the operations and practices of captive insurance companies. (Position Details #118104)

CIAF Insurance Examiner III (Captive Insurance)

This position provides technical support by conducting financial surveillance of captive insurance companies, monitoring for solvency, coordinating field examinations of captive companies, and analyzing captive applications and business plan amendments within the context of applicable Hawaii Statues.  (Position Details #116591, #116592)

IERF Insurance Examiner III (Financial Surveillance and Examination)

This supervisory position will be responsible for providing technical support to the Branch Chief in carrying out the functions of the branch. The technical support includes regulatory surveillance, financial as well as market conduct, of domestic and nondomestic insurance companies; monitor for solvency; and ascertain whether their method of operation will be hazardous to policyholders, creditors, or the public. (Position Details #102732)

Health Insurance Actuary 

This position provides actuarial analyses of health insurance legislation, analyzes and evaluates proposed filings, and recommends new or amended regulations and statutes. (Position Details #120421)

Health Costs and Regulatory Analyst 

This position manages administration of the health insurance rate review grant, and implement strategies to meet work plan timelines.  The analyst prepares health insurance rate review enhancement project proposals, reports, and other ancillary materials to support the health insurance rate review improvement efforts at the Health Insurance Branch.  (Position Details #121504)

Health Insurance Premium Rate Analyst

This position analyzes and evaluates proposed filings involving long-term care, health coverage, rate changes and new insurance products; provides recommendations based on analyses of statutes and rules, national standards, and whether the proposed filings are in the public’s interest. The analyst conducts supporting research and recommends actions to the supervisor and commissioner.  (Position Details #120530)


Business Registration Division

CRF Investigator IV 

This position is responsible for planning and conducting investigations into violations of the securities and franchise laws, which may involve long-term complex cases that require a comprehensive financial investigation analysis and the ability to adjust the investigative strategy and plan to ensure the prosecution of such violations. (Position Details #102086)