Second and Final BlueClaws Job Fair on February 26th

Event runs from 5 pm - 8 pm at FirstEnergy Park

By Lakewood BlueClaws | February 11, 2019 8:53 AM

The BlueClaws will hold a second job fair at the ballpark on Tuesday, February 26th. 

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LAKEWOOD, NJ - The BlueClaws will host a second Job Fair for those looking to work for the team this year on Tuesday, February 26th at FirstEnergy Park. The Job Fair will run from 5 pm until 8 pm.

The Food & Beverage Department is looking for staff to work at food and drink portable locations around the concourse, and in the concession stands as cashiers and food runners, among other positions.

Additionally, the BlueClaws are looking for staff that will serve on the Clean Team, work in the Kids Zone, and in the parking lot.

"We have been fortunate to have an outstanding group of Gameday Staff workers over the years, as they play such an important role in our operation," said Kevin Fenstermacher, BlueClaws Assistant General Manager. "We look forward to this last Job Fair to complete our staff for 2019."

All those who attend the job fair will be interviewed, and anyone interested in a position for the season must attend the job fair.

Applications are available by clicking here and can be filled out in advance and returned to the BlueClaws or be filled out at the Job Fair itself.

All positions are part-time and run from April through the team's last home game. Applicants must be at least 16 years to work (a 15-year old can apply but cannot actually work until their 16th birthday). Hourly wage depends on the position as some supervisory positions start above the minimum wage. 

With any questions, please call Steve Woloshin at 732-901-7000 ext 120.

The BlueClaws are the Jersey Shore's top stop for affordable, family entertainment.

2019 BlueClaws ticket packages and group outings are currently on sale by calling 732-901-7000 option 3 or online at BlueClaws.com. Opening Day is April 4th as the BlueClaws kick off their 19th season at FirstEnergy Park.

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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