HONOLULU (KHON2) — Though the COVID-19 pandemic has put many out of the job, some companies are looking to hire hundreds of people.
“We hope everyone gets back to their careers, but we can fill the gap until then,” said a company official with Domino’s Hawaii.
Here’s a list of companies who are looking to hire in the state.
The City and County of Honolulu
The city is offering temporary contract employment. They are looking to fill jobs for Clerical/Customer Service, Entry Professional, and Specialty positions.
Applications must be received by Aug. 31.
The company is hiring full-time and part-time positions at all levels at most of its eight Oahu locations.
Here’s a quick look at the positions available:
- Store Manager (Full-time)
- Assistant Store Manager (Full-time)
- Inventory Control Supervisor (Full-time)
- Store Supervisor (Full-time)
- Head Cashier (Full-time and Part-time)
- Cashier (Full-time and Part-time)
- Sales Associate(Full-time and Part-time)
- Stocker (Full-time and Part-time)
- Human Resources Recruiter (Full-time)
- Marketing Specialist (Full-time)
Applicants are encouraged to apply online here.
Board of Water Supply
If you care about our island home and want to work with others to make a difference in our community, consider working for the Honolulu Board of Water Supply (BWS) and join our team dedicated to protecting Oahu’s drinking water. The BWS, a semi-autonomous municipal water agency with the City & County of Honolulu, is currently hiring for various civil service and non-civil service positions:
Contract (temporary) positions: For more information and instructions on how to apply for one of these openings, visit the BWS Jobs website: www.bwsjobs.com
The fast-food chain wants to hire over 100 full-time and part-time employees. This will be for all six of the chain’s locations on Oahu: Dillingham, Kapahulu, Mililani, Navy Exchange (NEX), Pearl City and Waipahu.
Employees in non-managerial positions can earn up to $17.50 within the first year. Managers will start with an annual salary of $75,000, according to company officials.
Officials add that benefits include medical, dental, paid time off, 401k, discounts on food purchases and more.
Job seekers can apply in person at any Popeyes Hawaii location or visit popeyeshawaii.com/careers to apply online.
The pizza company is hiring 200 people for all of its 22 locations on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. The company says that drivers are paid wages, mileage, tips, and benefits. Company officials also add that they handle the taxes and insurance coverages.
Experineced managers earn between $65,000 and $100,000 a year.
Domino’s says that flexible schedules and temporary work are available depending on what happens with schools and the tourism industry.
Click here to apply: jobs.dominos.com.
The CVS chain is looking to hire around 100 to 150 people for both full-time and part-time positions within the next 30 days. Company officials add that as the expected need for services rise, around 200 to 400 roles are estimated to be filled in the coming months.
New permanent full- and part-time positions include:
- Pharmacy technicians
- Store Associates
Job seekers can apply at cvs.jobs.
Tamura’s Fine Wine & Liquors
The family-owned company is looking to fill dozens of positions at a number of Tamura’s locations. Here’s a quick look at the positions they’re hiring.
- Chill/Frozen Clerk
- Fish Cutter
- Grocery Clerk
- Line Cooks
- Meat Cutters
- Poke Clerks
- Produce Clerk
- Warehouse Clerk
To apply for the position, click here.
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