Six Flags New England looking to hire 3,000 seasonal employees

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Credit: Six Flags New England

AGAWAM, Mass. — Six Flags New England, the region’s largest theme park, is hiring 3,000 seasonal employees for the 2016 season which opens on April 9.

The annual job fair is being held on Friday, February 26 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, February 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be taking place at the Human Resources building at 1756 Main Street in Agawam, MA.

Six Flags New England will be hiring for all positions, including admissions, culinary services, games, lifeguards, loss prevention, park services, EMT, security, entertainment, retail and rides.

“The 2016 season plans to be the BIGGEST year yet, as Six Flags New England introduces two new coaster experiences with Fireball and SUPERMAN ™ The Ride,” said communications managers Jennifer McGrath.

Six Flags promises future employees will receive paid training, benefits, flexible schedules, a fun atmosphere, and free park admission for you and a friend. You must be 16-years-old to apply. Interviews  will be conducted during the job fair, so you’re asked to “dress to impress.” To make everything run smoothly, it’s also recommended that all interested candidates apply online (click here) prior to arriving.

Entertainment auditions will be held on Sunday, February 21 and Sunday, February 28, 2016, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Human Resources Building for actors, dancers, characters, superheroes, drummers and technical staff for spring and summer shows.

The job fair will take place at the Six Flags New England Human Resources building located at 1756 Main Street (across the street from the theme park). For questions contact the Human Resources Building at 413-786-9300 ext. 3100. All applicants are encouraged to come early. Interviewees will be seen on a first come first serve basis with limited positions in specialty areas.