New Britain Bees to hold job fair to fill staff for 2016 season

New Britain Bees tweeted this photo about the job fair and said "Buzz on by our Job Fair to join the Hive!"

A minor league baseball team in Connecticut is in need of game day staff and to solve that problem they are holding a job fair next month.

The New Britain Bees will hold a job fair at New Britain High School on March 12.

Buzz on by our Job Fair to join the Hive! Read about it:— New Britain Bees (@newbritainbees) February 29, 2016

The Bees need to fill the following game day staff positions for the 2016 season: Ushers Ticket takers Vendors Merchandise Parking lot attendants Box office assistants Bat boys Cleaning crew Security,The Bees will also interview for the team's promotional crew. Those positions include: On-field host Public address announcer Music coordinator Video board operators Camera Team mascot performerThe food service provider of the Bees is the Legends. They are also looking to fill the following positions: Seasonal interns Stand managers Servers, cashiers Warehouse workers Cooks Dishwashers Vendors Administrative help.All applicants must be 16 years old or older and those in attendance will be receive first consideration for 2016 season.

The first game of the inaugural season for the New Britain Bees is on April 21 at New Britain Stadium. The New Britain Bees is a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.

For more information, click here, email or call 860-826-BEES (2337).

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