POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J., March 7, 2014 – The Jersey Shore will start focusing on a successful summer beach season this weekend, as state Department of Labor and Workforce Development (LWD) staff join representatives from Jenkinson's Boardwalk to link local employers with job seekers interested in summer jobs in this beach community.
The annual summer job fair will be held this Sunday, March 9, and again on Saturday, March 15, from noon to 3 p.m. on both days at the Jenkinson’s Pavilion Restaurant at 300 Ocean Avenue. LWD staff who will work the event are volunteering their time to assist in the recruitment.
“With all the cold weather and snow we’ve been experiencing, it’s time for some pleasant thoughts of warm weather and fun on the boardwalk,” said Christine Karaska, and LWD staff and volunteer who has helped to organize job fairs in the Ocean County community for the past 17 years. “I encourage students, retirees, teachers on summer break and older workers to come to the Jenkinson’s job fair. Employers are looking to hire for a variety of positions and will conduct some interviews on the spot.”
Applicants are asked to bring two forms of identification and their Social Security number. Employers are hiring game operators, arcade workers, beach badge checkers, cashiers, beach maintenance workers, counter helpers, ice cream scoopers and more. Candidates may download applications at http://myjenkssouth.com, or for more information contact Christine Karaska at (732) 793-5060.