Knott’s Berry Farm Is Hiring

The Knotts Berry Farm logo.

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The Knott’s Berry Farm logo.

Knott’s Berry Farm will be hiring through an online fair as it arranges to reopen after a year of pandemic restrictions. The online recruitment day will take place on March 13th and offer around 1,700 jobs. Available positions include amusement operators, food services, merchandise, park services, cleaning, lifeguards, and more.

Candidates can register through the link below for more information regarding the jobs and interviews with recruitment teams. Virtual orientation will be included to aid employees in their preparation for work.

The park extends flexible working hours to its employees, and benefits such as discounts, rewards, recognition programs, and exclusive events.

“As our community slowly reopens, we are excited to introduce a virtual recruiting day that offers a safe and informative way to connect new prospects with our recruiting teams now,” said Jon Storbeck, the general manager of Knott’s Berry Farm.

Orange County is expecting to move into the less restrictive red pandemic tier this week. The county needs to have a case rate of 4 to 7 per 100,000 people, a positivity rate of 5% to 8%, and a Health Equity Rate of 5.3% to 8% for that to happen.

Once the county reaches the tier, more businesses and organizations will open. Stores could allow for a bigger capacity of people inside at a time, and establishments that have been closed throughout the entire duration of the pandemic, like movie theaters, could reopen at 25% capacity.

Orange County Could Move Into Less Restrictive Red Tier as Early as Tuesday – NBC Los Angeles

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