Hundreds of people turned out Saturday for a second job fair in a week hosted by the Queen's Medical Center.
The job fair opened at 9 a.m. at Manoa Elementary School. The hospital is looking for about 200 people to fill jobs a its Queen's Medical Center West complex in Ewa.
Some of the jobs may go to Queen's employees currently working at the Punchbowl Street hospital. Those people would need to be replaced.
The hospital is looking for nurses, clinical, technical and support service staff. There are full-time, part-time and call-in positions available.
A similar job fair was held November 2nd at the University of Hawaii West Oahu campus.
Queen's purchased the Ewa facility after Hawaii Medical Center went bankrupt. It hopes to open the hospital next spring.