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Click below to find out more about current open positions

 
  1.     Learning & Performance Improvement Solutions Project Coordinator/Associate Project Manager
  2.     Learning & Performance Improvement Instructional Designer
  3.     Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union Talent Development Specialist/Sr. Talent Development Specialist
  4.     Hawaiian Telecom Manager Technical Training
  5.     HMSA Manager Organizational Development
  6.     Queens Health Systems Coordinator, Learning and Development
  7.    Central Pacific Bank Talent Acquisition and Employee Relations Manager
  8.    Kapi'olani Community College | Learning & Development Positions
  9.    FEAH | Facilitators and Seminar Speakers

 

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Project Coordinator/Associate Project Manager

Learning & Performance Improvement Solutions is looking for a Project Coordinator/Associate Project Manager to join our growing team and support a large training client initiative! LPI Solutions has been helping companies create customized learning solutions that produce results for the past 14 years. Our team loves learning and our greatest joy is helping our clients ensure their employees have the knowledge and skills needed to be successful.

The primary responsibility of the Project Coordinator/Associate Project Manager would be to support the training team in the development and execution of a training plan for a successful system implementation.

The Project Coordinator/Associate Project Manager would be responsible for:

·       Creating a project schedule with milestones, required tasks and sub-tasks

·       Providing assignments to Subject Matter Experts and Training Team members

·       Tracking status of activities assigned and providing status updates

·       Facilitating and/or taking meeting notes for training meetings

·       Creating and follow-up on action items after meetings

·       Developing and sending training team communications

·       Organizing training documentation

·       Creating and maintaining a SharePoint training site

·       Learning systems to support quality checks, data building and testing of training materials

·       Researching and securing training facilities, equipment and supplies

·       Maintaining training budget

·       Scheduling meeting and training events and activities

We are looking for people who:

·       Have a passion for quality work and creating engaging learning experiences

·       Have excellent communication and people skills

·       Are comfortable with ambiguity

·       Work as a team and support one another

·       Are critical thinkers and are not afraid to ask questions or suggest improvements

·       Continuously learn and improve

Ideal candidates must have:

·       Project management skills

·       Experience coordinating training programs

·       Excellent skills in Microsoft Office Suite

·       Good knowledge of Microsoft Project and SharePoint

·       Ability to work independently and as part of a group to accomplish individual and team objectives

·       Experience working in a fast-paced environment with multiple deadlines

Position Details:

·       Hours: 8 hours per day

·       Length: 12 to 18 month contract with potential to extend

·       Location: Only in-state candidates should apply. Work must be done at client site on Oahu.

Interested In Applying:

Interested applicants please apply by sending an email and resume to learn@lpisolutions.com.

 

Posted 01/20/2020   


 

 
















 

 

 

 

 

 






















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructional Designer

Learning & Performance Improvement Solutions is looking for an Instructional Designer to join our growing team and support a large training client initiative! LPI Solutions has been helping companies create customized learning solutions that produce results for the past 14 years. Our team loves learning and our greatest joy is helping our clients ensure their employees have the knowledge and skills needed to be successful.

The primary responsibility of the instructional designer will be to work with Subject Matter Experts to assess, design, develop, implement and evaluate learning programs.

The instructional designer would be responsible for:

·       Facilitating content development meetings with Subject Matter Experts

·       Assessing learning needs

·       Reviewing system and process documentation

·       Learning client software

·       Creating course outlines

·       Developing participant and facilitator guides

·       Creating job aids

·       Writing assessments

·       Developing self-guided practice exercises to be implemented after the training

We are looking for people who:

·       Have a passion for quality work and creating engaging learning experiences

·       Have excellent communication and people skills

·       Are comfortable with ambiguity

·       Work as a team and support one another

·       Are critical thinkers and are not afraid to ask questions or suggest improvements

·       Continuously learn and improve

Candidates must have:

·       Experience developing training programs/curriculum for adult learners

·       Excellent skills in Microsoft PowerPoint and Word

·       Ability to work independently and as part of a group to accomplish individual and team objectives

·       Experience working on training materials in an environment where processes and systems are being developed simultaneously

The Ideal candidate will also have:

·       Ability to create courses in Articulate, Camtasia, Captivate and/or other eLearning tools

·       Project management skills

·       Ability to facilitate train-the-trainer and training sessions

Position Details:

·       Hours: 6 to 8 hours per day

·       Length: 12 to 18 month contract with potential to extend

·       Location: Ideal candidate would reside on Oahu to be able to meet at client site. Remote candidates may still apply.

Interested In Applying:

Interested applicants please apply by sending an email and resume to learn@lpisolutions.com.

 

Posted 01/20/2020   


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

GREAT CAREER OPPORTUNITY!

Talent Development Specialist / Sr. Talent Development Specialist

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is currently seeking a dynamic, business-focused, collaborative Talent Development Specialist to join our Talent Development Team.  The Talent Development Specialist designs and delivers learning solutions and opportunities to achieve the goals of business and its employees, creating learning courses and materials using instructional design methodology, monitoring effectiveness of learning opportunities, effectively managing and/or facilitating internal and external learning opportunities, and managing key vendor relationships.  As a Talent Development Specialist, you will also enforce the data integrity and operations of the learning management system (LMS) and online performance management system and maintain and update department Standard Policy Manuals.

The Ideal candidate will have:

  • Four-year college degree (business related preferred); or equivalent work experience including talent development certificates and/or certifications.
  • 1-3 years training experience or equivalent in a corporate environment
  • 1-3 years credit union or banking experience or equivalent preferred

·       Proven instructional design and learning evaluation background

·       Proven training, presentation or group facilitation skills

·       Project management experience preferred.

·       Ability to work cohesively with others; fosters team environment

·       Ability to work effectively with little or no guidance; is a self-starter

·       Ability to assertively ask questions and confidently but respectfully challenge ideas

·       Ability to handle all confidential matters professionally; able to balance the “need to know” vs. company’s or employee’s privacy

·       Ability to manage time well; is detailed oriented, able to effectively prioritize and handle multiple priorities

·       Ability to effectively coach others; identify problem/issue and guide the appropriate behavior

For more information and to apply, go to www.hawaiiusafcu.com/careers

 

About HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is a local, not-for-profit, federally insured financial cooperative, owned and operated by our members since 1936.  We are dedicated to helping members achieve their financial goals and our employees reach their career aspirations.  We are committed to our community by extending ourselves through our time, efforts and resources.  Our motto, Life matters means celebrating life’s experiences and creating fulfilling work opportunities, not just jobs.

We offer great benefits, including free medical, paid time-off, 401(k), education assistance, identify theft protection services, and much more!

   

Posted 01/20/2020   










 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


Hawaiian Telecom Manager Technical Training


 

Summary

Hawaiian Telcom provides installation, service delivery and maintenance of telecommunication services (voice, data and video) through its network elements within a central office environment and in the field.  The Manager is responsible for the overall success related to the development and delivery of training in support of the Customer Service organization and the Company’s core objectives.  The Manager works closely with the Technical Training staff and management within Customer Service and other departments to identify training needs/gaps while utilizing internal resources, vendor partners and available technology to meet those needs/gaps. 

 

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Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

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Responsible for the overall delivery of training to the Customer Service organization:

-       Managing the Technical Training staff to assure appropriate training is being delivered to meet the expectations of our Customer Service organization

-       Development and updating of training curriculum and material to meet the business needs

-       Plans and works with Technical Training Staff and management to develop and manage the training plan and schedule

-       Forward looking to move the organization into other training delivery methods and media that will improve upon training effectiveness

-       Updating of training records in regards to Technical Training to include the Company’s Learning Management System

 

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Accountable for the compliance to corporate business and safety policies:

-       Security and safety of Company assets

-       Meeting or exceeding Company metrics impacted by the Technical Training group

-       Ensuring adherence to Company Polices, Strategies and Regulatory requirements

-       Financial management of the operating budget

 

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Works with other Network Services Support team members in the development of standards, practices and methods of procedures and its incorporation into the technical training curriculum what will improve operational effectives in support of Company core objectives.

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Click here to see more details and to apply for this position.


Posted 11/13/2019   


 

 

 

 

 
 
 





























 
 

Exciting Opportunity – Manager, Organizational Development

 

At HMSA we believe that “together, we improve the lives of our members and health of Hawai`i.  Caring for our families, friends, and neighbors is our privilege.”  By focusing on the people (our employees) who help serve our communities and members, we can fulfill this impactful purpose.  HMSA is looking for a candidate to join our Organizational Development & Effectiveness team.  Are you an experienced and energetic organizational development professional who enjoys making a difference?  Are you able to create, implement, lead and manage strategies that help to solve organizational and human resource challenges?  Are you looking for a dynamic and stimulating opportunity to lead a team that impacts real organizational learning and growth?  If this describes you, we invite you to apply by submitting an application for our Manager, Organizational Development position.

 

Manager, Organizational Development Link:  Manager, Organizational Development Posting  

 

Posted 11/6/2019    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

     

        

       

       

      Learning and Development Coordinator (Job ID: 125130)

       

      PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      The Learning & Development Coordinator is responsible for providing all levels of support to the Learning and Development (L&D) team and L&D leader. Manages administrative functions related to the Learning & Development programs and processes, and maintain strong relations with the team, employees, and vendors. Has a wide degree of creativity, personal organization, and proactive problem solving ability. Supports existing programs in the areas of communication, marketing, and customer service, as well as the administration of the Learning Management System, setting up and maintaining courses, tracking participation, and creating reports.

       

      • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Bachelor’s degree in education, human resources or related field; or four (4) years work experience that provides comparable training and experience in administration and coordination of learning and development programs may be substituted for the educational requirement.

      • In addition to the education requirement, three (3) years experience in education, training, human resources, or administrative experience with demonstrated ability to complete projects independently, and perform problem solving

      • Experience to demonstrate:
      • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and other comparable PC-based programs.
      • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively at all organizational levels, both verbally and in writing.
      • Ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team and develop partnerships with other departments.
      • Experience with PeopleSoft ELM (or other LMS) and SharePoint preferred.
      • Event management experience preferred. 

      To view the full job description, visit https://hrweb.queens.org/psc/careers/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant and enter 125130 into the keyword search box. For further inquiries, please contact Lori Bonner at lbonner@queens.org.

       

       

       

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      Talent Acquisition and Employee Relations Manager

      Central Pacific Bank


      Position Summary
      : Under the direction of the EVP, Human Resources, this position plays a key role in developing and executing the Bank's talent strategy. The ideal candidate is able to create and effectively implement innovative talent acquisition strategies, employment branding initiatives and sourcing talent for key positions using methods that anticipate and address future needs. Experience in full-cycle recruiting, sourcing and employment branding is required in addition to having a sharp eye to identify talent and a steady commitment to ensure employee satisfaction and retention. This position is also responsible for facilitating employee relations and resolving human resource issues on behalf of the company while handling Manager development with training and mentoring to help managers effectively and proactively deal with employee issues and concerns. Exceptional active listening skills and ability to and address employee concern to encourage a supportive atmosphere in the workplace is a must.


      Minimum Qualifications:

      Bachelor's degree from a 4-year accredited university
      6+ years staffing/recruitment/employee relations experience. 5+ years supervisory OR 3+ management experience. Must be analytical and possess attention to detail. Must be able to work before/after normal business hours to include weekend and holidays. Proficient in the use of the PC and MS Office applications. Must be able to effectively communicate at all levels of the Bank’s staff members and external customers.


      Central Pacific Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer


      Apply online
       HERE (
      Search for "Talent" on this page and select the posting that comes up.)

      Posted 06/29/2019  

       

       

       

       

       






















































       



       


         































       

       

       


















       



















       











































       


       







































       













































































































       


       































































       

        

       




















































































      Kapi'olani Community College Learning Development and Delivery Positions

      The Office of Continuing Education and Training - Global Learning & Development unit (OCET-GLAD) is seeking casual hire (as needed) subject matter experts, curriculum specialists, instructional designers, and instructors to develop and deliver continuing education courses in the following areas:

      • Hospitality and/or Tourism
      • Music or Music Ethnocology
      • Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness
      • Career Success & Planning
      • English as a Second Language
      • Global Business Protocol, Language, and Culture (Highest Need: Japanese, Chinese, and Korean)
      • Global Business – Communication, Leadership

      Minimum Bachelor's Degree required.  Please note that our hiring needs change to meet global business trends, so positions may change or be added throughout the year. 

       

      To see full job descriptions, please visit www.hirenethawaii.com and enter OCET-GLAD into the keyword search box.  Casual Employment Applications can be downloaded at https://ohana.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/docs/application-for-employment/.  Please be sure to notate the Hirenet# on the application.  

       

      For further inquires, please contact kccocet@hawaii.edu




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      FEAH Facilitators and/or Seminar Speakers


       

      The Financial Education Alliance of Hawaii (FEAH) is looking for facilitators and/or seminar speakers to offer fun, engaging and valuable learning experiences to its community. FEAH holds quarterly seminars and monthly training sessions in the evenings for employees of financial institutions. 

      • Facilitators will break up a class into multiple 2-hour sessions. Depending on the length of a class, the class could be broken anywhere between two to four night sessions (e.g. for a class that's originally 6 hours, it would be broken into 3 2-hour sessions). A different class is offered each month. Most facilitators do one class every 3-4 months.
      • Seminars are 2 hours long and held quarterly.

      The topics of the courses or seminars are negotiable, but should target the personal and professional development of employees in a financial institution setting. This opportunity is great for those looking for additional income and flexible scheduling.  Compensation is competitive. 


      If you are interested, please contact Jodi Graham, 1st Vice President at jodi.graham@alohapacific.com



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