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First Hawaiian Bank hiring for its call center at job fair Tuesday

  • COURTESY FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK

    FHB is hiring for full-time positions at its call center in Honolulu.

First Hawaiian Bank is hosting a Call Center Job Fair at its Kalihi branch on Tuesday.

The bank is hiring for full-time positions at its call center in Honolulu. On Tuesday, bank representatives will be available from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to conduct on-site interviews at the First Hawaiian Bank Kalihi Banking Center at 2250 North King St.

Applications will be accepted in person on Tuesday, or ahead of time online at fhb.com/jobs. Applicants should arrive with their resume, and be prepared for on-the-spot job interviews.

“By keeping our call center in Hawaii, we are able to provide employment opportunities in Hawaii and continue to serve our customers with the aloha spirit,” said Jaylene Tsukayama, direct banking manager, in a news release. “It’s a great opportunity for someone who wants to join a company celebrating over 160 years of service in Hawaii and recently recognized as one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work for eight years in a row.”

First Hawaiian Bank offers medical, dental, vision coverage, company-sponsored retirement plans, tuition and education opportunities, a childcare subsidy, transportation subsidy and paid vacations and holidays, among other benefits.

All new hires undergo a three-month training period. Visit fhb.com and click on careers for more information.

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