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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - With fall approaching Old Tucson will soon be opening its doors and it is looking for employees.  

The company will be holding a hiring fair for both the Nightfall event and seasonal workers, they hope to fill nearly 100 job openings.  Those interested in attending the hiring fair will have a chance to speak with department heads and submit completed applications to the Human Resources Department.  The fair will be held Saturday, August 23 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Old Tucson (201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson 85753); candidates should park in the Old Tucson guest parking lot and enter through the Front Gate.  From that point they will be directed to the Grand Palace Hotel and Saloon for a brief orientation, followed by interviews that will be held as several locations throughout the park.  

According to a release from Old Tucson open positions include bartenders, security personnel, street atmosphere, attractions attendants and cashiers for departments in guest relations, merchandise and food service.  There are several 'behind the scenes' openings as well - cooks, dishwashers, cash office cashiers and much more.

Those interested in a position are encouraged to complete their applications in advance by going online to www.OldTucson.com/join-our-team.  

Due to Nightfall operating hours and Youth Employment hours restrictions, all Nightfall applicants must be 16 years or older.  

For more information about Old Tucson visit OldTucson.com or call (520) 883-0100.  

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