LIHU’E – Flip Flop Shops coach Z Zumwalt had to work at the Kukui Grove Center on Saturday.
But the drudgery wasn’t that bad, as Coach Z shared a small business shift with his daughter Sydney at the mall’s Father’s Day celebration, where Deja Vu Surf Hawai’i invited guests. special representatives to talk about the unique, Kaua’i -makes fishing accessories like gaffs and other stainless steel items.
“We’re hiring,” said Koa Kubera, the director of human resources for Target Kaua’i, who debuted in the Target store with a table in the food court. “Everyone is getting super excited. We are recruiting for all positions in the new store, and applications can be filled at target.com/career.
Kubera said that if someone goes to target.com/career and searches for “Lihu’e,” only team leader positions are currently listed.
“We will have the team member positions like cashiers and others listed by the end of the month,” Kubera said. “We are reaching out to the community right now. We have connected with the Kukui Grove Center and plan to attend as many community events as possible. We want to reach out to underserved communities so that when the store opens, the people who are in the store are the same as those in the community. “
Target Lihu’e currently offers benefits of a 10% employee discount, $ 15.75 per hour to start, and the ability to work up to 40 hours per week.
All positions, including on-demand, seasonal and regular hours, are available.
The community’s vein spread to the 16th Annual Father’s Day Auto Show presented by Harvey Maeda and Kaua’i Classic Cars, where car enthusiasts could bring in non-perishable food and cash. for the benefit of the Kaua’i Independent Food Bank, whose board chair, Donna King, was present. to help distribute prizes.