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Pacific Radio Group Lahaina Job Fair This Saturday

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   September 20th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Featured, Maui News

By Wendy Osher

The Pacific Radio Group Job fair attracts a wide range of applicants and employers alike. File photo by Wendy Osher.

Job seekers have an opportunity to find employment options at the upcoming West Maui Job Fair hosted by Pacific Radio Group.

The four-hour event begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 24 at the Lahaina Cannery Mall.

A number of hotel and resort properties are among the featured employers this year including:  the  Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club, Aston Hotels & Resorts, Wyndham Vacation Ownership, and Starwood Hotels.

Retailers looking for employees are: Maui Divers Jewelry, Na Hoku/Pearl Factory, and the Maui Clothing Company.

A variety of other work opportunities are available at ‘Ulalena Maui Theatre,  Nursefinders, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and Workforce Development/Worksource Maui, and more.

Job seekers have an opportunity to meet face-to-face with potential employers.  Resumes are welcome, with some employers providing on-site interviews and applications.

The event comes at a key time for those looking for employment.

First Hawaiian Bank economist, Dr. Leroy Laney delivered his Maui Economic Forecast on Friday saying, even though the end to the recession occurred some time ago, Maui is the only county in the state that continues to lose jobs.

Pacific Radio Group hosts job fairs during the busy holiday and summer seasons.  The events have been held in both West and Central Maui.

Pacific Radio Group stations include: KPOA 93.5 FM, 99.9 KISS FM, DaJAM 98.3 FM, Native 92.5 FM, KNUI 900 AM, and KMVI ESPN 550 AM.

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  • https://www.facebook.com/BluvenomV8 Dean Frendo

    Maui County needs more trade jobs! Mechanics in the automotive and heavy truck field are scarce to find employment.I am one of them.I and many others were sent home with severance pay due to the eco downturn in 10/2008 and some have recoverd and some haven’t.To survive we are lucky to have the Gov. EBT foodstamp program to feed our ohana but not even that is enough.Just thought I’d share this with you all.Mahalo for reading! DKF of Kahului.