Myrtle Beach water park sets job fair for 225 seasonal workers

sjones@thesunnews.comMarch 13, 2013 

Children go under water then 'bob' out into the air. More than 100 children registered to participate at Myrtle Waves in a Guinness World Record attempt for largest swim lesson, taking place simultaneously in 24 countries and 46 states/territories in the US. The lesson, taught by Myrtle Beach Riptides head coach and CEO Jim Smith (pictured), stressed safety and swim basics. Myrtle Waves marketing manager Carla Shaw said they wanted to raise awareness about drownings and help beat the second leading cause of unintended, injury related death of children ages 1-14. Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com

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— Myrtle Waves Water Park has scheduled a job fair April 4 to fill 225 seasonal jobs.

The park is seeking employees for all departments, including admissions, retail, food and beverage, lifeguards and aquatics, maintenance, first aid and various supervisory positions.

Candidates may apply online at http:/myrtlewaves.com/jobs.aspx. Applications will also be available during the job fair and interviews will be conducted onsite.

The water park is located at 10th Avenue North Extension and U.S. 17 Bypass.

Contact STEVE JONES at 444-1765.

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