Dinosaur park hiring staff in Secaucus

March 28, 2012 by  

The much anticipated children’s theme park, Field Station: Dinosaur, is due to open over Memorial day weekend close to Laurel Hill Park in secaucus. The park is set to be enormous fun for all the family with life-sized, animatronic dinosaurs and attractions such as a Dinosaur Dig Site, workshops, and games like Dinosaur “Family Feud,” family Olympics.

In anticipation of the success of this new educational park for children, management staff are hiring 150 new employees for the park. These employees will act as  scientists as they perform their duties, wearing zookeeper-type uniforms and educating visiting children about important themes such as climate change and prehistoric birds. The park will hold a countywide job fair on the 13th and 14th of April, 2012.

The park recently organized a job fair in Secaucus. The attendees included many high school students and local residents looking for part-time work. Hiring 150 staff is not an easy task. Management will be looking for people who are good with children and can learn information quickly, as well as able to remember and to teach a wide range of information about dinosaurs and the prehistoric world.

In order to get the right candidates for the jobs, management will, no doubt, have looked to local print companies and printing services to make up flyers advertising the opportunities available and the criteria required to apply. Similarly, it is likely there will be poster and banner printing all over town, printed by local printing companies, alerting residents and features to Secaucus’ great new attraction.