Disney is looking to fill 800 positions at its highly anticipated Aulani Resort, the company’s first property in Hawaii.
Construction workers are currently putting the finishing touches on the resort with much of the major work already complete.
Disney has filled about 100 positions already, most on management and administrative levels. The next round of hiring will focus on filling hourly positions such as house keeping and guest concessions.
Upon opening, the Aulani will offer 359 hotel rooms and 481 time-share units. The property is expected to generate $270 million in annual economic activity.
Source: Star Advertiser