Leverage your unique abilities to plan, build and operate technology that will drive the future of banking and business.
If you want to make a difference in company operations, thrive in solving challenges and aspire to be at the forefront of technology innovation in Hawaii, consider applying your talents as an IT Professional at Bank of Hawaii.
"My manager believes in self-development which is awesome! He’s allowed me to attend conferences and take several certification courses. There are so many opportunities here to do self-development that will later help me advance my career."- Ruth E.
Interview with Ruth E.
What was special about your onboarding experience?
I met a recruiter through a business school event. I had let him know that I was interested in getting an internship, but the Bank of Hawaii internship program was not until summer of the following year. He did suggest trying for a student assistant position and maybe trying for the internship later when the applications came out later that year. After going through the student assistant and internship program I was lucky enough to join Bank of Hawaii as a full time employee post-graduation.
What makes working at Bank of Hawaii special?
“The people.” I put the people in quotations because I really consider them as ohana. Everyone is so warm and welcoming. Even as an intern they invited me to lunch outings, employee engagement events, and even milestone celebrations like someone’s retirement. Everyone is ready to help each other out, even if you’re not on the same team, I know I can count on any of them during any hour of the day. Everyone really wants only the best for you.
What opportunities have you been able to take advantage of to advance your career?
My manager believes in self-development which is awesome! He’s allowed me to attend conferences and take several certification courses. I was able to go to Nashville to attend an IT finance conference where I learned best practices, financial management applications, and made meaningful connections with other IT finance professionals. I also was lucky enough to get certified in Information Technology Infrastructure Library and Crucial Conversation. Currently, I am working on an IT Support Professional course and improving my public speaking skills. There are so many opportunities here for self-development that will later help me advance my career.
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