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Great Wolf to host job fair Tuesday

Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange is hosting a job fair on Tuesday, May 4 to fill 110 local positions.

Great Wolf Lodge, located at 150 Tom Hall Parkway, will be hiring for all positions, with lifeguard, housekeeping and food and beverage roles being the greatest need. 

This fair is being held at 16 locations nationwide as Great Wolf Lodge looks to hire nearly 2,000 new employees across the brand’s U.S. resorts, according to a press release.  

Appointments are strongly encouraged and can be scheduled by texting the phrase “GREATWOLFEVENT” to 2500. 

Additionally, a small number of walk-up appointments will be accommodated at each location.

“We recognize the pandemic has created a number of employment challenges nationwide. We’re pleased to expand our hiring efforts and offer some exciting career opportunities as more families look for the type of fun, safe getaway Great Wolf Lodge provides,” said Bryan Robinson, Chief People Officer for Great Wolf Resorts in a press release. “You’re part of the Pack when you work for Great Wolf Lodge, and we take care of our Pack, and each other, by providing a safe and enriching work environment, competitive pay, comprehensive benefits and some fun perks only we can offer.”

In addition to insider access to the pools and slides, employee perks and benefits include competitive medical packages, vacation, and parental leave. 

For more information on working at Great Wolf, visit https://jobs.greatwolf.com/benefits.

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