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300 Jobs Available At Chukchansi Park

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The company that manages food, beverage and hospitality services for the Fresno Grizzlies is hiring.  The man in charge says experience is not required.  

The line started forming early Saturday outside Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno. Ovations, a subcontractor for the Grizzlies that handles food, beverage, merchandise and hospitality services, has 300 jobs available for the upcoming season. 

Rod Hassett is manager of suites and catering for Ovations.  "We're looking for positions for any food service area from concessions to catering, suites the Cru Club, everything."

David Wright was one of the early birds.   He has a part–time job but he needs more hours.  "Jobs are scarce and I see a lot of people are trying to find jobs.   I hope I'm one of them.   It's a good job."

Ovations, needs a kitchen cook, cashiers, food prep people and catering runners and wait staff. Saturday interest was high as prospective employees filled out job application forms.  "We're getting people with no experience to people with lots of experience.   It's all about needing jobs these days."

It's not too late to apply.   The job fair at Chukchansi Park continues Sunday from 9 in the morning until one in the afternoon.

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