How would you like to work down the shore this summer? Uhhh, yes, please.
Jenkinson’s Boardwalk in Point Pleasant is holding a Job Fair on Sunday, March 13th from 12pm – 3pm, at Boardwalk Bar & Grill, according to Jenk’s official website.
Even though it’s below freezing outside, it’s time to start thinking about summer.
There are over 400 jobs available for anyone 14 years old and up. Keep in mind, positions for 14 and 15 years old are limited.
There are full time and part time positions available in so many different areas like Food & Beverage, games operators, ropes course facilitator, ride operator, gift shop associate4s, candy store associates, concessions midway, grounds attendants, arcade attendants, bussers, beach gate attendants, beach attendants, and security.
Make sure you bring two forms of ID. Here are some perks of the job…you’ll get an employee discount, free employee access, and more.
You can also apply by texting JENKSJOBS to (855) 544-0779 or print out an application here and drop off or mail to 500 Boardwalk, Point Pleasant, NJ 08742.
Here’s an idea. You and a bunch of your friends should all go and apply for jobs so you can spend the summer together having fun in the sun.
I would love to work that balloon game, where you have to throw the darts, pop the balloons, and then win a stuffed animal.
Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, and marital status.
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