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Kings Island to host job fair for seasonal jobs, internships

MASON, OH (FOX19) -

Do you know someone looking for a fun summer job? Kings Island is hosting a job fair this Saturday to fill numerous seasonal positions for the 2014 season.

Job opportunities are available and associates are needed in aquatics, food and beverage, park services, security and rides (ages 18 and over for rides). Summer internship opportunities are also currently available in marketing and group sales.

Anyone 15-years or older who has the desire to work this summer can learn more about the different departments and exciting opportunities at visitkingsisland.com/jobs. Applicants are asked to apply online in advance, and then come out to the job fair for an interview.

The job fair will be held March 1 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the park, located at 6300 Kings Island Drive.

Kings Island is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or questions regarding employment, please call (513) 754-5748 or visitkingsisland.com.

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