Dallas, Texas – The State Fair of Texas, a cherished annual event, has officially commenced its hiring process at the historic Dallas Fair Park, marking the advent of yet another lively season.
Soliciting applications for nearly 2,200 seasonal positions, the Fair this year proffers a starting wage of $17.82 per hour, a robust 17% hike from the previous year’s hourly wage of $15.21. The spectrum of roles is diverse, ranging from coupon sales, creative arts, and games, to essential services like guest services, livestock, maintenance, and plumbing among others. An exhaustive list of these positions is readily available for perusal online.
Perennially, the Fair contributes to the local economy by creating over 7,000 seasonal job opportunities. These include 4,800 positions provided through collaboration with a multitude of partners, encompassing contractors, food and beverage concessionaires, operators of rides and games, vendors, members of the cleaning teams, and security personnel.
For interested parties seeking further information or looking to apply for these seasonal openings at the State Fair of Texas, the website BigTex.com/Jobs serves as the prime portal.
This is how to apply for the available State Fair of Texas job positions
Understanding the digital divide and accessibility issues, specific facilities have graciously offered their computing resources to individuals lacking internet access. They can now apply online at these locations:
- Cornerstone Baptist Church, situated at 1621 South Boulevard, with operational hours extending from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
- Park South YMCA, located at 2500 Romaine Avenue, opens its doors Monday through Thursday, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Fridays from 7 a.m. to noon.
- TR Hoover Community Development Center, located at 5106 Bexar Street, welcomes applicants on Tuesdays, between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The much-anticipated 2023 State Fair of Texas, operating under the exhilarating theme “Explore the Midway,” is set to open its doors on Friday, Sept. 29 and will entertain fairgoers until Oct. 22.