South Suburban Parks and Recreation plans to get a jump on the busy spring and summer hiring seasons by hosting job fairs on March 5 and 12. The goal is to attract candidates to fill hundreds of …
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South Suburban Parks and Recreation plans to get a jump on the busy spring and summer hiring seasons by hosting job fairs on March 5 and 12.
The goal is to attract candidates to fill hundreds of part-time and seasonal positions, many of which are unique to the parks and recreation industry. Additionally, attendees can find out what it's like to work for the district.
The March 5 fair will be at Buck Recreation Center, 2004 W. Powers Ave., Littleton. The March 12 fair is at the Lone Tree Hub, 8827 Lone Tree Parkway. Both fairs run from 2-6 p.m.
Like many other employers in Denver-metro's tight labor market, South Suburban is experiencing an overall decrease in the number of teens applying for typical first jobs, such as working in a restaurant or lifeguarding, according to a news release.
The job fairs will allow prospective employees of all ages the opportunity to meet with staff, learn about openings and apply for positions.
Jobs include lifeguards, cooks, servers, park maintenance workers, sports instructors and more. For more information, visit ssprd.org/job-fair.
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