Any pre-existing condition physically limiting the employee in the demands noted below, the employee MUST disclose in advance of hiring. The employer must be aware of reasonable physical accommodations in advance.
The physical demands of this project must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of all employment positions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk, hear, and see.
*Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Our main job site is very sunny and hot, often between 90 and 100 degrees for most of the day. You must be able to work in a hot environment on a regular basis.
The employee will be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) including but not limited to:
You must be able to work in long sleeves, high vis vest or shirt, long pants, steel-toed boots, mask, eye protection, and hard hat, which are required PPE. We will provide gloves, hearing protection, and sunscreen.
Nearly all of our work locations are on Maui, Hawaii, with few administrative positions that are working remotely. Our current project is building eight 4-plex, 2-story buildings in South Kihei for Paradise Ridge.
The construction entrance to Paradise Ridge is off of Keonekai by the park on Liloa. See Google Map.
Do not approach the job site as a candidate. Only invited candidates and employees are permitted on-site with a management escort.
If your position requires you to drive your vehicle onto the job site you must also provide:
*The insurance coverage for your vehicle on the job site is specific to your employment duties and not associated with your personal driving.
A current government-issued ID is required for any position with our company and does not necessarily have to be a Driver’s License. What is required, however, is reliable transportation to ensure that you can arrive at the job site in time for muster each and every workday, and depart after the workday ends. Intermittent scheduling due to rides and/or unreliable transportation is not ideal.
All employees are required to understand, read, and speak English. English does not have to be the employee’s first language. All employees may be subject to a language proficiency test to confirm skills in hearing, reading and speaking English.
Valley Isle Enterprises, Ltd leases its employees from ProService. ProService provides timecard tracking through a Smartphone app called iSolve. When you are hired, you will be emailed a link to onboard yourself in iSolve with employment paperwork and work authorization verification, including ID.
The iSolve app works by geofencing, which means you are clocked in when you arrive to any of our job sites based on your location. In order for geofencing to work, the smartphone’s location function must be operating properly.
If you do not have or cannot operate a smartphone, this is not a requirement for the position. However, the employee must disclose this to the company and the company can manually clock in and out the employee.
Every employee is expected to work for the hours supporting their duties. If you were hired as a full-time employee, you are expected to work 40 hours per week. Any time off must be approved of in advance unless an emergency situation develops. If you are hired as a part-time/as-needed employee, you are expected to arrive and depart when scheduled, and communicate any changes with site administration as soon as possible.
For Paradise Ridge, our workday is Monday - Friday daily, not including holidays. Work on other job sites may be offered on holidays on a limited basis if you request. The average workday is from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.
*Please note: the Paradise Ridge project access gates cannot be opened before 7 am as a courtesy to our neighbors on the access road.
The entire project team will muster at the parking area at 7:30 am and check in with your crew for announcements and/or training.
It is expected that during working hours, employees will work on the duties for which they were hired. Employees are not permitted to use, play with, or utilize their phones except on their lunch or break times. In the instance of an emergent call and/or incident occurring that the employee needs to actively monitor their phone, please notify your foreman immediately. If the employee cannot stay off their phone, this may not be the right environment for them.
Any and all posts of any kind from any person (employee, contractor, inspector, visitor, or anyone else) cannot include any direct or indirect information, photos, or videos of ANY KIND of any work site.
Photos and videos are NOT PERMITTED at any job site at any time. All information and photographs/videos belong to the owner of the property.
More details on this are provided in the Employee Handbook.
The Hawaii Smoke-Free Law prohibits smoking in any enclosed public space; in any place of employment; or within 20 feet of doorways, windows, or ventilation openings of buildings. Smoking is a health hazard to smokers and those exposed to their smoke. Employees are expected to be courteous and respectful of the rights of others. Therefore, smoking is permitted in designated outside areas and while on lunch/meal break only. This policy also applies to electronic cigarettes. All smoking breaks must be authorized by your supervisor. Cigarette butts must be properly disposed of in provided receptacles. Violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
All job descriptions are subject to change at any time. Any job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions and does not exclude or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Valley Isle Enterprises, Ltd will provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants without regard to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, gender, genetic information, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law. Valley Isle Enterprises, Ltd will provide reasonable accommodations to allow an applicant to participate in the hiring process.