OLYMPIA - The 2016 Thurston County Fair is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to apply for summer job opportunities at the fairgrounds! Applicants must submit their application online by 11 p.m., Sunday, July 17, to be considered for one of the 40 open positions.    

Temporary fair workers help make the fair clean, safe, and fun for fairgoers of all ages. Job duties include tasks like washing tables and cleaning facilities and equipment for two-legged and four-legged fairgoers, selling and collecting tickets, assisting with managing fair parking, and helping with office duties like data entry and answering phones, along with many other tasks and duties that keep the Thurston County Fair running smoothly. Temporary fair workers will earn between $9.47 and $11.00 per hour.

Temporary fair workers must be at least 16 years old and submit a Thurston County employment application and disclosure form. Applications must be received by 11 p.m., Sunday, July 17.  To apply online, please go to http://agency.governmentjobs.com/thurstonwa/default.cfm.

For more information on the temporary fair jobs or the 2016 Thurston County Fair, contact the Thurston County Fair Office at (360) 786-5453 or visit www.ThurstonCountyFair.org.


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