Tampa, Fla. (December 27, 2017) – The 2018 Florida State Fair is looking to hire 300+ individuals to work in a fun and exciting atmosphere at one of the largest events in Florida. Part-time and seasonal positions are available including event services, barn workers, ticket scanners, warehouse workers, custodians and more. Jobs will start between mid-January through mid-February.
“The Florida State Fair is looking for enthusiastic individuals for both part-time and seasonal positions. Between our exhibits, family living competitions, delicious food and much more we attract over 500,000 people in twelve days. We wouldn’t be able to give our guests the experience they’ve come to expect without our dedicated team and staff,” says Cheryl Flood, Executive Director at the Florida State Fair Authority.
Shifts and hours are varied. Must be available to work flexible hours including, but not limited to, on-call, late nights, early mornings, weekends and holidays during the Fair.
Interested candidates should complete an application at http://floridastatefair.atsondemand.com. Positions are listed until all openings are filled.
About Florida State Fair:
The Florida State Fair, first held in Tampa in 1904, has become one of the largest events in the state, attracting more than 500,000 people during its 12-day run. Over 90 years since its inception, the Florida State Fair now boasts the largest carnival Midway in the USA, a robust agricultural program, a circus, interactive animal exhibits and new attractions each year. As the first State Fair of the year, the Florida State Fair is the first to debut new and unique fair food such as the Pizza Cone, Redneck Burger, Bacon Ice Cream and so much more! It’s affordable family fun at its best. For more information, about the Florida State Fair visit www.floridastatefair.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.
About the Florida State Fair Authority
The mission of the Florida State Fair Authority and its Board of Directors is to create positive entertainment experiences through: the annual Florida State Fair; a variety of year-round events; quality competitive programs; a commitment to agriculture, education and community service, and a focus on new opportunities.
The Florida State Fair Authority does not receive state, county or city tax dollars. Operations are funded by revenue generated by the annual Florida State Fair and the rental of Fairgrounds facilities to outside entities throughout the year. For more information about the Florida State Fair Authority, go to www.floridastatefair.com.