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Part-time

Compensation: $9.50-$11.50

Apr 18
Apr 18
Full-time

Compensation: not specified

Apr 18
Full-time

Compensation: not specified

Apr 18
Apr 18
Apr 18
Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: Minimum wage + tips if applicable

Apr 17

Compensation: Hourly versus Commission (whichever is higher)

Apr 17

Compensation: Base Salary PLUS commissions

Apr 17

Compensation: Salary $5500, Commissions, Comprehensive Benefits, Paid Assistant/Jr. Loan Off...

Apr 16

Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits, plus commissions and sales incentives

Apr 16

Compensation: Industry Standard and Based on Experience

Apr 16

Compensation: $8.00/hour; 90 day Performance Increase, Holiday Bonus, Quarterly Bonus Potent...

Apr 16
Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: Hourly and Commission

Apr 15
Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: not specified

Apr 15
Apr 15

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Apr 14

Hawaii Sales Jobs Keep Stacking Up

One skill you can always count on keeping you employed is the ability to sell. It's the bedrock of almost any type of business and the people who can truly do it well are always in short supply. Another benefit of having this talent is that, with some exceptions, it can be applied in different industries. If you can sell alarm systems, there's a good chance you can sell solar panels. Few other talents can make those jumps.

There is another way to make yourself even more valuable, though. In the Islands, being bilingual can make you much more marketable. Japanese speakers are the most sought after since they can deal with tourists from Japan. That demographic spends more here than any other kind of visitors, which is why companies want to cater to them so much.

This should clue you in that many of these sales positions can also come under Hawaii customer service jobs. Keeping the buyer happy and accommodated is that important to sales, and companies know that. So they're always seeking candidates with the right attitude.

Sales Management Options
For those who already have put some time in on this endeavor, you should consider some of the management jobs in Hawaii that are posted. Some postings do offer training to qualified people, so this could be the time for making the leap upward.

The listings are awaiting you. Our site has companies right now offering Sales jobs in Oahu, Maui, the Big Island & Kauai. After you've seen those, please go over to our Hawaii Retail Jobs as well to see even more openings. At Hawaii Job Engine we're always at work to find the right place for you!

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Hawaii Careers in Business Development a Sure Ticket

Business development is a complex category. It broadly covers a lot of industries and a lot of titles within those as well. What they all have in common, though, is the goal of directly improving and expanding the profit margins and the revenue streams.

Most prominent in this list are the sales manager positions for Hawaii companies. Much of a company's success rides on their shoulders and their ability to get the sale force producing. That's what has made it one of the Hot 25 Demand Positions in Hawaii according to the research people in our state's Labor Department.

In fact, it'll be one of the 10 occupations requiring a Bachelor's Degree that have the most openings each year. You can see the opportunity lining up there quickly for those who can get the job done. Best place for them? The Big Island. It's one of their Top 20 Growth Occupations. Sales manager jobs on Oahu & Maui will be very strong, too, though.

Don't forget that their counterparts have a place here as well. There are other available Business Development jobs in Hawaii. Revenue Manager & Business Analyst Hawaii positions fall here also. As companies search for better returns at a lower cost, the professionals behind these desks will continue to do well.

Other Business Development Areas
Business development doesn't end there, though. It also covers Sales & Corporate Account Manager jobs, as well. It even includes employment for Hawaii Project Managers and Database Administrators who work in certain areas. That's another sure bet sector. Positions for Database Administrators jobs on the Big Island alone are predicted to rocket upwards by over 30%. It's the place to be.

Do your Hawaii Business Development job search right here. No matter where you fit in this category, you can find the right listing here on Hawaii Job Engine. Interested in Business Development Manager jobs in Hawaii? Need a Maui Sales Manager listing to fill? We work tirelessly to bring you the best and latest opportunities out there on our site. If the right one isn't up today, it probably will be very soon!