Thu Mar 10 2022 17:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach in Seaside Heights and Jenkinson's Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach will both be hosting job fairs March 12 and 13. As two of Ocean County's largest employers, both companies are looking to fill over 400 jobs at each of their locations.

"Ocean County's summer tourism industry brings a lot of business to the area, including thousands of summer jobs," said Ocean County Commissioner Joseph H. Vicari, who serves as the liaison to the Ocean County Division of Business Development and Tourism. "These jobs are a great opportunity for our local residents, from teenagers, and college students to our seniors and summer visitors, to earn money and help build our economy."

The Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach job fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 12 at the Casino Pier Arcade, 800 Ocean Terrace, Seaside Heights. Job positions are available in the arcade/gamer, amusement park, waterpark, food, marketing, security and maintenance.

For more information on the job positions that are available and job descriptions, visit https://casinopiernj.com/jobs/.

The Jenkinson Boardwalk job fair is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. on March 13 at the Boardwalk Bar and Grill, 401 Boardwalk, Point Pleasant Beach. Job positions that are available include game operator, ropes course facilitator, ride operator, gift shop and candy store associates, food and beverage, concessions, grounds attendant, arcade attendant, busser, beach gate attendant, beach attendant and security.

For more information and to learn about employee discounts, scholarships, free employee access, great employee benefits and more, text "jenksjobs" to 855-544-0779 or visit https://jenkinsons.com/joinourteam/

"More and more visitors continue to be attracted to our beaches and boardwalks during the summer months and our area businesses need to have the staff to help run businesses smoothly," Vicari said. "These job fairs are a great way to find out what is available for summer employment. I encourage our residents – full time and part time - to take advantage of these opportunities."