Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville to hold in-person job fair for seasonal positions

Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville will hold an in-person job fair for seasonal positions April 10. (Photo Courtesy Typhoon Texas)
Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville will hold an in-person job fair for seasonal positions April 10. (Photo Courtesy Typhoon Texas)

Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville will hold an in-person job fair for seasonal positions April 10. (Photo Courtesy Typhoon Texas)

Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville will host an in-person job fair for seasonal positions April 10 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Positions include food and beverage, front gate, in-park events, lifeguard and others, according to a press release. No appointment or pre-registration is necessary.

Applicants age 16 and older should come with resumes and wear a mask at the event, according to the release. Applications can also be submitted online at the Typhoon Texas website.



Perks seasonal hires receive include free admission on days off and complimentary friends and family passes, according to the release.

Typhoon Texas, located at 18500 N. SH 130, Pflugerville, will open for the summer season on Memorial Day weekend.

By Megan Cardona
Megan Cardona is the Hutto reporter for Community Impact's Pflugerville/Hutto edition. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, Megan worked at UTA's student newspaper The Shorthorn for two years before joining Community Impact.


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