Put Your Teen to Work, Everett Aquasox Annual Job Fair Saturday

April 10, 2012

Everett Jobs, Everett Sports

Wanna work for a frog this summer? Call 425-258-3673

The AquaSox are looking for energetic, reliable & enthusiastic workers to be a part of our Day of Game staff for the 2012 season, and have set a date for the 2012 AquaSox Frog Fair.

The AquaSox Frog Fair job fair will be held on Saturday, April 14th from 12:00-2:30 at the Longfellow Building, located up the street from the AquaSox offices at 3715 Oakes Avenue in Everett.

Please register for this event by calling the AquaSox main office at 425-258-3673.
Job fair applicants will participate in an informational seminar about the AquaSox and the summer jobs that are available. Descriptions of the jobs will be given along with the hours and rates of pay. All applicants will be briefly interviewed before the closing of the fair. Professional attire is expected. All those interested in working for the ballclub this season must be at least 16 years old and able to work the majority of the AquaSox’ 39 home games.

When attending the job fair, all applicants should bring the following:

• Photo I.D.
• Social security number
• Three references

For more information about the job fair, please stop by the main office at 3802 Broadway in Everett, call Alex Dadisman at (425)258-3673, or check online at www.aquasox.com.

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