Typhoon Texas Waterpark located near Roundrock, Texas will host an in-person job fair for seasonal positions THIS SATURDAY, April 10 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Positions include food and beverage, front gate, in-park events, lifeguard and others. No appointment or pre-registration is necessary.
Applicants age 16 and older should come with resumes to Typhoon Texas, located at 18500 N. SH 130, Pflugerville and wear a mask at the event!
Applications can also be submitted online at the Typhoon Texas website.
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If you’re a strong swimmer who’s looking for a summer job, then look no further.
The city of Jacksonville, Florida is hiring lifeguards for the summer!
Starting pay is $10/hour; applicants must have completed lifeguard training.
Applicants must be at least 15 years old and have completed lifeguard training, which includes a 300-yard swim, treading water hands-free for two minutes and retrieving a 10-pound brick from a diving well.
“Becoming a lifeguard is (a) wonderful opportunity to learn leadership, responsibility and teamwork. Apply now for a rewarding summer job that also looks great on a professional resume,” the city said.
Interested candidates can learn more about these jobs, by calling 904-255-4271 or sending an email to email@example.com
Firehouse Subs is hosting its first-ever national recruitment event this week from April 6 through April 8. Event hours will be from 2p - 5p, (local time) throughout all 1,130+ Firehouse Subs US locations
Stop by your local restaurant for an on-the-spot interview or apply online at Firehouse Subs - National Hiring Events
Open positions include:
- Crew Member
- Week-days, night, & weekend shift available!
Attention #Teens! Looking for a summer job? The minimum hiring age at Firehouse Subs is 16! Search for local job opportunities and apply online today at Firehouse Subs - National Hiring Events
- Please see Work Permits/Age Certificates to learn more about minor work permit requirements for your state.
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The minimum hiring age at Footlocker is 16! Footlocker offers excellent 1st job employment opportunities for young adults looking to gain work experience.
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Retail Sales Associate jobs are entry-level, no experience required opportunities where you can learn new in-demand skills like, customer service, merchandising, cash handling, inventory, marketing, communication, teamwork and more!
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#NationWideUSA - Cedar Point announced it plans to hire approximately 6,500 associates for the 2021 season and will be hosting in-person and virtual National Hiring Day - Saturday, March 13 events.
Register for a Hiring Event near you at Cedar Point National Hiring Day
- Applicants need to be 18 years of age and older to qualify for employment.
- Food & Beverage
- Seasonal (#2021SummerJobs)
Why Cedar Point?
- Get Real-World Experience In How Our Business Operates.
- Develop Skills That Look Good On A Resume Or Application.
- Interact With Different People Of All Ages And Backgrounds.
- Learn About Cash Handling, Inventory, Customer Service, * Food Preparation, Safety And Much, Much More.
Attend a local hiring event to learn more about Cedar Point job roles and immediate hiring opportunities. Register today at Cedar Point National Hiring Day
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Hi, I’m deaf (using cochlear implants) and 18 years old (going 19 this year) with only a high school diploma. Its been hard for me to find a suitable job for a deaf person like me, does anyone have any job suggestions?
- Artistic talent
- Physically very fit
- Cooperative and will try to pay attention as best as I can
Also doing information technology work can be a good area to go into. I would recommend knowing C++ and Java as the top 2 computer programming languages to know.
Landing that first job is challenging but NOT impossible!
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Include the small things
Since your work experience is somewhat limited, focus on emphasizing any other forms of work, including volunteer experience or any extracurricular activities you participated in, including clubs, sports, and other organizations. If you happened to do some tutoring, babysitting, gardening, or dog walking for example include those as well. Even if these are jobs that don’t require a large skill set, the fact you performed them on a somewhat regular basis shows you have a strong work ethic!
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Employers are always looking for job applicants with leadership experience and qualities. If you were a captain for your sports team or the vice president of your student council, be sure to list these positions! You should feel proud of them.
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Consider a job at McDonald's or other fast food establishments. They are a GREAT place to build your experience, skills, and they hire teens!
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Illinois - Six Flags parks in Illinois just announced their hiring initiative for #2021SummerJobs. Application are now being accepted for Ride Operators, Food & Beverage, Aquatics, Security, Customer Service, and more!
Use the Six Flags park link below to see all available positions and submit your application...
Six Flags parks are now being accepted for the 2021 Season. Apply online today!
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Marquette County, MI - The Michigan DNR Parks and Recreation Division just announced plans to hire up to 1,200 seasonal park workers and more than 50 seasonal park rangers to help deliver memory-making outdoor experiences at state parks, state forest campgrounds, harbors and other DNR-managed recreation facilities throughout spring, summer and fall.
Workers earn between $10 and $11.60 an hour and may qualify for academic/internship credit. Park rangers receive state employment benefits and are paid between $17.75 and $24.95 an hour. - DNR Parks and Recreation Division Careers
To learn more about these opportunities and other openings throughout the department go to https://www.michigan.gov
- Applicants are asked to select the work location(s) in which they are most interested.https://www.jobcase.com/articles/39d01c39-4703-4f9d-85e4-fe16e72eebb8)** and
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I'm agreeing w/Judy Allness. At my last IT job 2 project managers had CIs. Most communication in Information Technology is written(eMail, status reports, etc); your written English is excellent. Also, there's a need for ppl in HVAC and electrical trades; some trades schools have pgms that pay while you train. (I wonder if NYSD has help for non-students https://www.nysd.net/).