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Kapolei Walmart looking to fill 300 positions

The Kapolei Walmart is scheduled to open in spring 2012. The Kapolei Walmart is scheduled to open in spring 2012.

By Nick Garbisch

KAPOLEI (HawaiiNewsNow) - Walmart is looking to hire 300 employees for its Kapolei location.

According to store manager Janie Whitehead, the jobs come with competitive wages and benefits, as well as opportunities to build a career.

Walmart has set up a temporary hiring center located at 338 Kamokila Boulevard. They will be accepting applications Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

"We're hiring both full- and part-time associates for all areas of the new store, including
supervisory positions," Whitehead said. "Walmart is excited to bring the convenience of our new store along with good jobs to Kapolei. We're also pleased to share with the community that our project is supporting approximately 200 construction workers through Nordic PCL."

According to Walmart, nearly 75 percent of its store management nationwide started as hourly associates with the company.

The Kapolei Walmart is scheduled to open in spring 2012.

Interested applicants can also apply online at www.walmartstores.com/careers.

Copyright 2012 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

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