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Colonial Williamsburg Hosts Virtual Job Fair

WILLIAMSBURG-Colonial Williamsburg is seeking additional workers in food and beverage and hospitality. A virtual job fair is scheduled for April 14 from 9am to 5pm. Available positions include housekeepers, room attendants, night turn down attendants, guest service managers, restaurant managers, cooks, cocktail servers, servers assistants, and table service assistants. To register for the job fair, click here.

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