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Hilo, HI
This position requires the safe and efficient loading and delivery of fuel products. Requirements include: a current Hawaii CDL A license with XT certification; a clean traffic abstract, and...
8 days ago
Aloha Petroleum - Hilo, HI
FUEL TRUCK DRIVER - Hilo PRIMARY PURPOSE: Under minimal supervision ensures the safe and efficient loading and delivery of hazardous materials. ESSENTIAL DUTIES/FUNCTIONS: Has the physical and...
12 days ago
Keaau, HI (18 miles from Hilo, HI)
Pacific Biodiesel is looking for someone to provide grease interceptor and used cooking oil removal from various locations. Position Responsibilities: Operate a vacuum tank unit mounted on a...
30+ days ago
Y Hata Company Limited - Hilo, HI
CDL DRIVER A/B 300 Kanoelehua Ave, Hilo, HI 96720, USA Req #239 Wednesday, February 12, 2020 * Starting at $18.50/hr for B and $21.00/hr for A Position Summary Description: Drives refrigerated...
90+ days ago

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