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New Mililani senior home looking for 70 workers

Tricia Medeiros Tricia Medeiros

MILILANI (HawaiiNewsNow) - It's rare these days to find a company that's willing to hire more than 70 new workers, but that's exactly what a new senior home hoped to accomplish Sunday.

The job fair was for "The Plaza at Mililani," which is a 128-unit rental assisted living community, near Mililani Mauka District Park.

The company is looking for all sorts of workers, from nurses to cooks to housekeepers.

It's for seniors who are over 62 years old and can't live at home, but are not quite ready for the nursing home.

"We provide assistance in bathing, dressing, medication, scheduled activities, scheduled transportation, they get all their meals, housekeeping, it's a beautiful apartment and it's a social environment for them," said Tricia Medeiros, regional director of The Plaza Assisted Living.

The Plaza at Mililani will hold its grand opening on Feb. 1. The company is still accepting job applications, as well as applications from seniors who want to become residents.

You can visit their website www.PlazaAssistedLiving.com for more information.

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