Grand Hotel To Hold Job Fair

Grand Hotel To Hold Job Fair

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POINT CLEAR, Alabama -

The Grand Hotel in Point Clear is looking to hire 60 employees.

The Marriott Resort will hold a job fair Thursday Sept. 12th in the Magnolia 4 Ballroom in the Conference Center from 10 a.m.- P.M.

The Grand is looking to hire:

Cooks

Bartenders

Housekeepers

Groundskeepers

Pro shop attendant

Recreation attendant

Prospective employees are encouraged to complete an online application at www.pchresorts.com prior to attending the job fair. A limited number of computers will be available at the event. For more information or any questions, contact human resources at the Grand at
(251) 990-6333.

Parking is available across the street from the resort on Scenic 98.

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