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Six Flags Over Georgia to fill 2,400 positions for 2012 Season

From Six Flags Over Georgia 

The search is on for individuals interested in becoming roller coaster operators, cotton candy makers and funnel cake fryers. 

Six Flags Over Georgia, the largest theme park in the Southeast, is looking to fill 2,400 seasonal positions to help kick off the park's 45th anniversary season when it opens on Saturday, March 17.

Interested applicants must complete an online application at sixflagsjobs.com.  Applicants are encouraged to complete applications by Friday, January 20 to be considered for an invitation-only hiring event that will take place in late January.  All applicants must be 16 years of age or older.

Positions are available in the following areas:

•  Food Service                              
•  Park Services                                                                
•  Toll Booth Attendants                     
•  Merchandising                                
•  Ride Operations
•  Games
•  Loss Prevention
•  Ticket Services
•  Security Officers
•  Cash Control
•  Human Resources
•  Marketing Research

Selected candidates will be notified of an interview date and time via e-mail.  No walk-up interviews will be available.

For more information on Six Flags Over Georgia, visit sixflags.com/overgeorgia.

 

 

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