Employment 1st

Meeting the Needs of Employers on the Big Island since 1998.

Disability Networking

Networking with other employers of disabled individuals, as well as participants is a key component of Disability Networking.  A vocational assessment is the most important process available for assembling the information needed for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities to make well-grounded career decisions and to better assist the new Employer with job related skills and/or needs.

Save-the-Date

Save-the-Date for the 2020 SPIN Conference April 18, 2020 on Oahu

What IS Supported Employment Anyway?

Supported Employment refers to service provisions where people with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, mental health and traumatic brain injury, among, others, are assisted with obtaining and maintaining employment.

For more Information on Supported Employment please contact: ensupervisor@enhawaii.com

Community Job Listings

Employment Network Hawaii seeks dedicated, honest workers. Please check out our “Job Search” Page to find out more information:

Job Search

What a Disabled Person Can Bring to Your Company:

Positive, Rewarding, and Reliable. Persons with disabilities can bring many benefits to your company which will have a positive impact in many ways.

Meeting the Needs of Employers on the Big Island. If you would like to join us at our next networking event or would like more information please call (855) 930-6200 or email contact@enhawaii.com and ask for Britney!