Students may only apply to 5 jobs at a time. In order to begin working at BYU–Hawaii and the Polynesian Cultural Center, all new hires must complete the Form I-9 to verify their eligibility to work in the United States. As part of the I-9 process, prospective employees are required to provide certain documents to prove identity and work authorization.
Please click here to see the list of acceptable documents, which are acceptable as verification for identity and work authorization. You must bring with you the actual documents. No photocopies are allowed.
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- For individuals who have a disability or need special assistance completing their application, please contact the Human Resources office in the Lorenzo Snow Administration Building, Room #136, lower level near the Aloha Center Ballroom entrance. You may also contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at (808) 675-3713.
- Computer kiosks are available to apply for jobs outside of the Human Resource office in the Lorenzo Snow Administration Building or in the Aloha Center.
BYU–Hawaii does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, age, color, sex, disability, veteran's status, or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal laws, rules or regulations. BYU–Hawaii’s commitment to equal opportunity includes and applies to:
- Recruiting, hiring, and training
- Upgrading, promoting, and transferring
- Discipline, layoff, and termination
- Conditions and privileges of employment
- Compensation and benefits
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BYU–Hawaii prohibits sexual harassment and inappropriate gender-based behavior involving BYU–Hawaii personnel, students, campus visitors, or vendors. Such behavior violates Title IX federal law, university policy, and the CES Honor Code and may be grounds for discipline or discharge. The vice president of student development and services is designated by BYU–Hawaii as its Title IX coordinator and has the responsibility to coordinate BYU–Hawaii’s efforts to comply with Title IX and its implementing regulations, including any investigation of complaints communicated to BYU–Hawaii alleging either non-compliance with or actions prohibited by Title IX regulations. For more information or to report a concern, please contact the Title IX coordinator at (808) 675-4819 or by email at email@example.com
Notice of Availability of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The BYU–Hawaii Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available on the university website.
The report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety topics such as crime prevention, fire safety, crime reporting policies, sexual misconduct, and other important matters related to safety on campus. The report contains crime statistics for the three previous calendar years for crimes reported on campus; in off-campus property owned or controlled by BYU–Hawaii; and on public property immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus, including the Polynesian Cultural Center.
This report is prepared and distributed annually by the BYU–Hawaii Campus Safety & Security.
If you would like to receive a copy of the report, contact the BYU–Hawaii Campus Safety & Security at (808) 675-3503. This information is required by law in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act and is provided by the BYU–Hawaii Campus Safety & Security.