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New York Mets
to host job fair
at Citi Field
BY BILL PARRY
Th e New York Mets spent most of the off -season
rebuilding its roster into a legitimate pennant
contender with key additions like new
skipper Buck Showalter and pitching ace Max
Sherzer as well as a host of position players.
Now the team is looking to fortify its off -thefi
Th e Mets will host a seasonal staff hiring fair
at Citi Field on Saturday, Jan. 29, in the Piazza
Club on the fi ft h level of the ballpark.
Th e event will take place in two three-hour
sessions, a morning session beginning at 9 a.m.
to noon and an aft ernoon session from 2 to 5
Th e Mets are hiring for more than a dozen
positions in security, guest experience, hospitality
and other departments.
More information about the job fair, including
a registration form and descriptions of open
positions, can be found mlb.com/mets/team/
All participants will be required to show
proof of full vaccination against COVID-19.
Th e entrance to the job fair will be located at the
Hodges VIP gate, located along the fi rst-base
side of Citi Field. Th ose who drive to the event
will be able to park in Lot G off Seaver Way.
QNS fi le photo
The New York Mets are hosting a job fair at Citi Field looking to fi ll numerous positions off the fi eld on Saturday, Jan. 29.
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