Summer Employment Opportunities Await Job Seekers at Water World’s Job Fair

City of Denver and other municipalities initiating summer job hiring.

Water World is hosting a job fair next Wednesday, offering nearly 1,000 positions for job seekers. The waterpark’s positions range from lifeguards to landscaping to water quality management. As a bonus, employees will receive a free season pass and discounted day tickets for friends and family. To apply for a position at Water World, applicants must be at least 14 years old by May 1. If you are unable to attend the job fair, you can apply on their website.

The waterpark opens on Memorial Day weekend and remains open until Labor Day, providing summer employment opportunities. In previous events, over 600 lifeguards have participated in the 29th Annual Colorado Parks & Recreation Association Lifeguard Games at Hyland Hills Water World. For individuals aged 16 to 24, the City of Denver is assisting in job placements through the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt program. All interested candidates need to provide proof of age and citizenship to be eligible for job matching services within the city.

If you are interested in learning more about job opportunities at Water World or within the City of Denver, please contact the respective organizations. The job fair at Water World is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 8801 N. Pecos St. in Federal Heights

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