Aloha Petroleum Jobs

 Aloha Petroleum 

We have current job openings available at Aloha Petroleum. 

Requisition Number Position 

2019-1616 Fuel Truck Driver Oahu 

2019-1626 Delivery Person – Lubricant Products 

2019-1471 Assistant Store Manager – Aloha Island Mart 

2019-1472 Store Manager – Aloha Island Mart 

2019-1559 Dunkin’ Donuts Restaurant Manager 

Multiple Aloha Island Mart Convenience Store openings 

2019-1572 Sales Associate – Diamond Head 

2019-1623 Sales Associate – Hawaii Kai 

Please visit – www.AlohaGas.com to see complete list of openings. 

Multiple Dunkin’ Donuts openings 

2019-1624 Baker – Dunkin’ Donuts Ualena 

2019-1514 Crew Member Dunkin’ Donuts Store 

Please visit – www.AlohaGas.com to see complete list of openings. 

Please have any interested candidates apply at www.alohagas.com or TEXT ALOHAJOBS to 97211 

If you have any questions please call me or email me. 

Thank you. 

Lisa Katsuda 

HR Manager – Recruitment 

Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. 

Phone: (808) 522-9728 

Fax: (808) 532-2773 

Email: lkatsuda@alohagas.com 

Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii

Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii
Report ID: HR014SRP OPEN JOB VACANCY LISTING
18569 PIFSC Fish Monitor Assoc-Oahu JIMAR/Nat’l Marine Fisheries $ 2,571.00 100% 1 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
11/28/2018
18601 Coral Reef Rsrch Tech-Hawaii UHH/Marine Science $ 1,535.00 50% 1 Burns,John 932-7576
(Hawaii)
11/28/2018
18592 HR Support Assoc I – Oahu Research Corporation of the UH $ 3,250.00 –
$ 3,500.00
100% 2 Lin,Jennifer 956-7106
(Oahu)
11/29/2018
18605 Observation Sys Assoc-Hawaii Natl Astronomical Observatory $ 17.20 100% 1 Nakajima,Masayo 934-5058
(Hawaii)
11/29/2018
18606 AHEC Grants Fac – Oahu School of Medicine $ 15.28 50% 1 Davis,Erica 692-1069
(Oahu)
11/29/2018
18528 Astro Survey Pstdc Flw-Oahu Institute for Astronomy $ 3,455.00 100% 1 Chambers,Kenneth 956-9844
(Oahu)
11/30/2018
18579 JIMAR Cetac Acoust Rsrchr-Oahu JIMAR/Nat’l Marine Fisheries 100% 1 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
11/30/2018
18594 PDC Sr DoD Anlyst (CuOps)-Oahu Pacific Disaster Center 100% 1 okada,scott 891-7922
(Maui)
11/30/2018
18608 NNRM Outrch & Educ Asst-Hawaii Pacific Coop Studies Unit $ 2,509.00 100% 1 Adkins,Edith 933-8807
(Hawaii)
12/02/2018
18609 Endgred Seabird Fld Asst-Kauai Pacific Coop Studies Unit $ 2,509.00 100% 1 Raine,Andre 335-5300
(Kauai)
12/02/2018
18613 VRPPF Plant Propag Asst-Hawaii Pacific Biosciences Research C $ 2,509.00 100% 1 Kaneshiro,Dr. Kenneth Y. 956-3743
(Oahu)
12/03/2018
18544 CRM Splst – Oahu Direct/PCSU/PICHTR $ 2,810.00 –
$ 5,319.00
100% 1 Soltz,Andrew 655-9726
(Oahu)
12/05/2018
18591 CRM Program Tech – Oahu Direct/PCSU/PICHTR $ 2,509.00 –
$ 4,548.00
100% 2 Soltz,Andrew 725-1078
(Oahu)
12/05/2018
18597 JIMAR MTBAP FC Rsrch Asst-Oahu JIMAR/Nat’l Marine Fisheries $ 2,509.00 100% 2 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
12/05/2018
18611 CCRT Watershed Fld Asst-Kauai Center for Conserv Rsrch&Trng $ 2,509.00 100% 1 Porter,Patrick 274-3439
(Kauai)
12/05/2018
18582 PIFSC Biolg Rsrch Tech – Oahu JIMAR/Nat’l Marine Fisheries $ 2,509.00 100% 5 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
12/07/2018

 

18583 PIFSC Biolg Rsrch Asst – Oahu JIMAR/Nat’l Marine Fisheries $ 2,509.00 100% 10 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
12/07/2018

 

18498 Asst Rsrchr (Sea Lvl) – Oahu Joint Inst Marine Atmosph Res 100% 1 Wakazuru-Yoza,Nicole 956-5018
(Oahu)
12/10/2018

 

18603 Makai Watch Assoc – Oahu Social Science Research Inst $ 2,957.00 –
$ 3,434.00
100% 1 Minato,Charissa 277-4710
(Oahu)
12/10/2018

 

18614 INBRE Rsrch Assoc – Hawaii UHH Pharmacy $ 1,788.60 60% 1 Tao,Li 932-7179
(Hawaii)
12/10/2018

 

18604 Marine 30×30 Planner – Oahu Social Science Research Inst $ 4,000.00 –
$ 4,750.00
100% 1 Minato,Charissa 277-4710
(Oahu)
12/11/2018

 

18537 AO Science Pstdc Flw-Hawaii Institute for Astronomy 100% 1 Baranec,Christoph baranec@
hawaii.e
12/12/2018

 

18602 Jr Bi Admin Asst(Lvl I)-Hawaii Natl Astronomical Observatory $ 2,509.00 100% 1 Nakajima,Masayo 934-5058
(Hawaii)
12/14/2018

 

18588 IS Field Assoc I – Oahu Pacific Coop Studies Unit $ 2,582.00 100% 2 Dube,Nathan 266-7994
(Oahu)
12/17/2018

 

18566 YTLA Telscp Test/Oprtr-Hawaii Acad Sinica Ins Astronomy/Phys $ 2,509.00 100% 1 O’Neal,Susan 961-2942
(Hawaii)
12/18/2018

 

18607 CCR Pstdc Rsrch Splst-Oahu School of Medicine $ 2,957.00 100% 1 Tallquist,Michelle 692-1579
(Oahu)
12/31/2018

 

18610 Subaru Night Oper Asst-Hawaii Natl Astronomical Observatory $ 16.21 100% 1 Nakajima,Masayo 934-5058
(Hawaii)
01/04/2019

 

18598 Biostatistics Anlyst-Oahu School of Medicine 100% 1 Taafaki,Munirih 692-1812
(Oahu)
01/07/2019

 

18612 TMA Nat Rsrc Mgmt Splst-Hawaii Pacific Coop Studies Unit $ 3,075.00 100% 1 Medina,Zeda 985-6087
(Hawaii)
01/15/2019

 

Total Number of Job Openings: 46

 Position Description for Theater Fuels Subject Matter Expert 

 Position Description for 

Theater Fuels Subject Matter Expert 

Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) 

Qualifications: 

Incumbent must have knowledge and experience in the fuels career field or any logistics field if previously assigned to Air Force MAJCOM staff or assigned as an exercise planner at Pacific Command (PACOM), Pacific Fleet (PACFLT), Marine Forces Pacific (MARFORPAC), Special Operation Pacific (SOPAC), or Army Pacific Command (ARPAC). Other knowledge and expertise include experience planning Command Post Exercises (CPXs) preferably on the staff of the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), which includes Exercise Control Group (ECG) planning, exercise training objectives development, and writing Master Scenario Event List (MSEL) injects. 

The position requires comprehensive knowledge of specific engagement programs such as Enhanced Preparedness Partnership Program (EPPP) and Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC). Additionally, the position requires extensive knowledge of the Joint Exercise Life Cycle (JELC), Joint Training System (JTS), Defense Readiness Reporting (DRRS), Joint Training Information Management System (JTIMS), Joint Lessons Learned Library (JLLIS), Universal Joint Tasks Lists (UJTL), Mission Essential Tasks Lists (METLs), Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES), Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES), War Mobility Plan (WMP), and Time Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD). 

2-year accredited university degree required. 

10 Years in fuels career field or, 10 years in any logistics field if previously assigned to Air Force MAJCOM staff or assigned as an exercise planner at PACOM, PACFLT, MARFORPAC, SOCPAC, or ARPAC required. 

CPX participation/ planning 1+ year, any PACAF Staff 2+ years, or USAF Fuels 7+ Lvl 

Familiarity with the Joint Exercise Life Cycle (JELC) required. 

Contingency Wartime Planning Course (CWPC) graduate desired. 

Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Certification desired. 

Secret Clearance Required. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Set the Theater (STT) 

Assist PACAF/A4 in developing innovative methodologies for the distribution of PACAF and non-PACAF sourced assets such as War Reserve Materiel (WRM), Airfield Damage Repair (ADR), and Mobility Readiness Spares Package (MRSP). Assist PACAF/A4 in conducting research of commercial seaports and other storage locations to collect pertinent information on host-nation infrastructure and logistics capabilities. Provide PACAF/A4 regular reports and updates including interim progress reviews and briefings to A4 Director and higher authorities within and outside of PACAF. 

Exercise Control Group (ECG) 

Advise and assist PACAF/A4 in developing exercise objectives. Assist in scenario development and conduct detailed training of contingency processes. Establish and staff Exercise Control Group (ECG). Develop exercise training objectives. Develop Master Scenario Events Lists, Joint Manning Documents (JMD), and Start-Ex data. Act as a member of the exercise response cell for the AFFOR Staff. 

Develop and present input for the Concept Development Conference (CDC), Initial Planning Conference (IPC), Mid Planning Conference (MPC), MSEL Development Conference (MDC), Final Planning Conference (FPC) and MSEL Synchronization Conference (MSC). Submit post-conference After Action Reports. 

Attend PACAF/A3Y led Exercise Planning Group (EPG) meetings. Create PACAF/A4 exercise training objectives for each CPX involving PACAF/A4. De-conflict and synchronize MSELs with PACOM or PACAF ECG. Lead PACAF/A4 White Cell. Administer MSEL injects. Respond to inject Requests for information (RFIs) and inputs. Develop after actions and lessons learned reports. 

Provide inputs to PACAF/A4X for monthly Exercises and Engagements interim progress review to PACAF/A4. 

CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION: 

Brice R. Huddleston | Soft Power Solutions, LLC 

Vice President, Program Management 

brice.huddleston@softpowersolutions.com <mailto:brice.huddleston@softpowersolutions.com> 

Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) 

Cell – 571.606.2396 

 Guest Services Associate In Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club At Marriott Vacations Worldwide 

Guest Services Associate In Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club At Marriott Vacations Worldwide 

Apply at: https://careers.marriottvacationsworldwide.com 

Job ID: 36072 

Job Description 

Are you ready to grow your dream career while making others’ vacation dreams come true? Marriott Vacations Worldwide is a world premier organization for Vacation Ownership with resorts at destinations around the globe. Join our team and help deliver unforgettable experiences that make vacation dreams come true. 

Job Summary 

Do you pride yourself on your customer service skills and ability to personalize interactions with guests? Have a strong attention to detail while multi-tasking? Value a cooperative, team-oriented environment? 

If so, the Front Office at Marriott Vacations Worldwide might be the place for you! You will have the opportunity to welcome our Owners and guests “home”, while experiencing our dedication to the well-being of our associates. 

As a Guest Service Associate, you will be interacting directly with Owners and guests from the time they arrive on property until they depart. In addition, your responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing all guest arrivals and departures, and providing accurate information about the resort and surrounding area while delivering a personalized vacation experience for each Owner and guest. 

Follow company policies and procedures; report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager; ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional; maintain confidentiality of proprietary information; protect company assets. Welcome and acknowledge guests according to company standards; anticipate and address guests’ service needs; assist individuals with disabilities; thank guests with genuine appreciation. Speak using clear and professional language; answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships; support team to reach common goals; listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of employees. Comply with quality assurance standards. Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors. 

Marriott Vacations Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture.