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Darien Lake seeks to fill seasonal positions

Rochester Business Journal
March 4, 2014

Darien Lake Theme & Water Park Resort is looking to fill some 2,500 seasonal positions, including ones at its amusement park, waterpark, lodging, entertainment, food and retail departments.
 
The employees will support weekend and holiday operations starting May 10, with daily park operations beginning June 13. More than 50 percent of eligible employees from 2013 plan to return to Darien Lake this season, the park said.

Immediate opportunities are available in food services, park services, ride operations, retail, accommodations, campground housekeeping, games, gift shop sales, aquatic operations, skilled trades and park maintenance, entertainment, guest services and safety and security.

“It’s hard not to have a fantastic summer when you’re around great people in an environment that’s as fun as Darien Lake,” said Jan Peters, director of human resources, in a statement.
 
Interested applicants can apply online at www.DarienLake.com/jobs. 

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