About Hawaiian Telcom
Over the last two decades our mission has evolved dramatically. First in the area of communications – Internet, wireless, and data transmission – and then into broader digital applications that improve our customers’ worlds every day, whether they’re residential, business or government. Hawaiian Telcom has become deeply engaged in a wide variety of new products and services. From the fiber that feeds your 4G wireless network to digital television. From VoIP Hosted Voice to virtual colocation. From enabling new office towers with fiber for greater connectivity to laying new undersea cables across the Pacific to Asia. Today, Hawaiian Telcom is offering 1 Gig broadband service, providing state-of-the-art cloud services for businesses, and expanding Hawaii’s largest next-generation fiber network. We employ more than 1,300 technology, communications and customer service professionals.
We serve Hawaii, our home. And we’ll continue to serve Hawaii as we grow and expand.
All of us at Hawaiian Telcom are proud to be recognized as Hawaii’s Technology Leader.
Hawaiian Telcom Careers
Hawaiian Telcom employees share a commitment to innovation and a passion for delivering a superior, "Always on" customer experience.
We strive to be an employer of choice. As an equal opportunity employer, we seek to promote and hire the best-qualified individuals, placing them in positions that showcase their abilities, enable career advancement and open doors to new opportunities.
In addition to excellent compensation, Hawaiian Telcom also provides its employees with a generous array of benefits that include: medical and dental coverage for employees and their dependents; life insurance; Long Term Care insurance; and a 401(k) plan with matching Company contributions. And through our annual performance compensation program, eligible employees can also share in the Company's success at achieving its financial goals.
We invite you to join the Hawaiian Telcom team!
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Hawaii's Largest Technology Employer
Hawaiian Telcom is transforming itself into the state's leading integrated communications, technology and entertainment provider. We offer job seekers an opportunity to develop a fulfilling career across a wide range of roles and technologies.
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I have been working at Hawaiian Telcom full-time (More than a year)
Very good leadership.and a great outlook for growth
Some employees have a negative attitude
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Keep building a positive working environment
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Hawaiian Telcom (Honolulu, HI) in November 2014.
4 step interview process, I made it all the way until the 3rd interview which was the 'interrogation room' as I would call it. It's been a while since I've been a stay at home mom, but some of the questions they ask are just ridiculous and make you draw a blank. You have to either have a ton of experience or be a great liar to answer correctly the questions they ask and scenarios they give
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Hawaiian Telcom is the largest full-service provider of communications services, products and solutions in Hawaii. We have been a telecommunications provider in Hawaii for more than 120 years. Our market consists of 86 central offices serving an area of approximately 6,263 square miles on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Hawaii, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai. We are the incumbent ...
Mission: Our Mission is to grow a profitable and innovative communications company with a passion for delivering superior service to our customers and a commitment to our employees and Hawaii’s community.