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FREDERICK, MD -If you are searching for a fun seasonal job, look no farther than the Frederick Keys! The team is holding its annual job fair on Tuesday, February 25 and Wednesday, February 26. Interviews take place from 5-7 p.m. in the Mattress Warehouse Club on the club level of Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium.
Individuals interested in joining the Keys need to attend the job fair only ONE NIGHT. Interviews are handled on a first-come-first serve basis. There is no limit on how many positions someone can interview for (though bat boys must be 16 and older).
All roles pay an hourly rate. The Keys WILL NOT be interviewing for any full-time positions. In addition to interviews conducted by Keys staff, Spectra representatives will be in attendance to interview candidates for positions in concessions and merchandise. Department heads will contact candidates selected for employment in the weeks following the job fair. Interviewing for an available position does not guarantee employment.
To take place in the job fair individuals need to fill out an application by clicking here. This can also be accessed by visiting frederickkeys.com, going to the Nymeo Field at HGS tab and clicking on “job opportunities.” Those who plan to interview for a position(s) should bring a copy of their resume.
The Keys plan to interview for the following roles:
-Bat Boys (16 and older only)
-Ticket Sellers and Ticket Takers
-Birthday and Picnic Hosts
-Music and Message Center
The Keys season begins on Thursday, April 9. A link to the entire schedule for the Keys 2020 season is available here and fireworks shows are scheduled for Friday and Saturday night home games and other select days during the season. Ticket plans are currently available, with plans including the choice of a John Means bobblehead or a Keys pennant. Fans can stay tuned to the latest team news by following the team on Twitter (@frederickkeys), Facebook and Instagram (@frederickkeys).
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.