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Two Job Fairs Planned for Busch Gardens and Water Country USA

WILLIAMSBURG-Busch Gardens and Water Country USA will hold in-person job fairs on April 22 and April 24 as they prepare for the upcoming summer season. The theme parks are hiring new ambassadors for area hosts, ride operators, lifeguards, and are looking to fill positions in the culinary department as well as other roles.

Jobs start at up to $13 per hour with a $200 sign-on bonus.

The in-person job fairs will be held Thursday, April 22 from 4pm to 8pm and again on Saturday, April 24 from 9am to 6pm at the Busch Gardens Training Center. Qualified candidates will receive on-site job offers. The first 50 applicants each day will also receive a free ticket to either Busch Gardens or Water Country USA. Virtual interview options are also available.

For more information about job opportunities at Busch Gardens and Water Country USA, click here.

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