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  • Training Specialist II 10823Camber Corporation(Hawaii, Hawaii)

    Camber Corporation is seeking a Training Specialist II to join our diverse, team oriented Company that is Customer Focused- Employee Driven. The successful candidate will join our team of exceptionally *Positions are contingent upon award* Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in a related area and 4-7 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with standard concepts, pra...
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    Posted Wed 26th March

  • Graphic ArtistHale Koa Hotel(Hawaii, Hawaii)

    Hale Koa Hotel Graphic Artist Designer Looking for a motivated, creative person who enjoys fast-paced environment as a graphic artist in the Marketing Department. Must demonstrate a wide range of illustrating assignments i.e., wall charts, promotional collateral, posters and digital designs. Proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, In-design and Quark, as well as both MAC and PC. Requires excellent p...
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    Posted Sun 30th March

  • HI - Bilingual Japanese - XHTML - CSS - JavaScript - AJAXCyberCoders(Hawaii, Hawaii)

    CyberCoders Matching Great People with Great Companies Learn more about CyberCoders Web Developer - Bilingual Japanese Honolulu, HI; kaneohe, HI Full-Time $35,000 - $50,000 Posted 4/24/2014 Robert Owen is recruiting for this position. Email your resume to Robert Apply Job Details If you are bilingual in English and Japanese and can do basic web development, read on! Do you have experience with XHT...
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    Posted Mon 14th April

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Although tourism is Hawaii's largest industry, the state has much more than surfing and snorkeling to offer. Agriculture also plays a large part in the Hawaiian economy. Hawaii is the only state in the country that grows its own coffee. Hawaii is also the third largest supplier of pineapples in the world and leads the world in macadamia nut and orchid harvests. When it comes to wages, those in Hawaii are paid about 7 percent less on average than those who live on the mainland. Source: Wikipedia.

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