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2 job fairs coming up for the Charleston Riverdogs!

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Are you ready for the Charleston RiverDogs' annual Food & Beverage Job Fair? Interested folks can apply for gameday working positions with the Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees.

The first one is being held this Saturday, rain or shine at Riley Park!

A second job fair is being held in March specifically for the gameday staff including ticket takers, ushers, ID checkers, parking attendants and the Kids Zone's operators

"We pride ourselves in having one of the finest and friendliest staffs in all of Minor League Baseball," said RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echols. "Our employees fully embrace what it means to be a RiverDogs staff member, and it shows through every day in how hard they work to uphold it."

Those interested in being considered for work are invited to come to Riley Park and fill out an application on-site.

Here are the details:

  • 1st Job Fair (see above): Saturday February 23rd, 9:00am-1:00pm
  • 2nd Job Fair (see above): Saturday March 9th, 9:00am-12:00pm

Please bring your resume with you. For information on the F&B Job Fair, please contact Joshua Shea at jshea@riverdogs.com or call (843) 723-7241. And for more information about the Riverdogs, click here.

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