Crystal Springs Resort, Sussex County’s largest employer, will hold a resort-wide job fair on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Minerals Hotel in Vernon, N.J. The Resort, which has venues located throughout the county in Vernon, Hamburg and Franklin, offers an environment brimming with upscale amenities – two luxury hotels, six premier golf courses, 12 dining outlets from casual to gourmet, one of the country’s best wine cellars, two award-wining spas, and indoor/outdoor tropical pools. The open positions include staffing for the areas of food and beverage, culinary, hotel front desk, housekeeping, maintenance mechanics, reservations, spa reception and hospitality, and Red Cross certified lifeguards.
Area Director of Training Steve DiGioia said, "I am very enthusiastic that we will be holding this event. We have some exciting openings and we are encouraged by the initial interest we’ve had to join our resort team. To have the opportunity to hire the next generation of hospitality professionals is very rewarding. We all look forward to what the future will bring to our company, thanks to our new team members." To learn more about the job fair and available positions at the Resort, visit TheCrystalSpringsResort.com and scroll down to the Careers section.
About Crystal Springs Resort
Located in Vernon and Hamburg, N.J., Crystal Springs Resort is the only four-season resort of its kind in the tri-state area. Comprised of two luxury hotels – Grand Cascades Lodge and Minerals Hotel, six renowned public golf courses; 15 acclaimed restaurants highlighted by the four-star Restaurant Latour and its Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning (since 2006) 135, 000 bottle wine cellar; two full-service spas ranked #30 in Spas of America’s Top 100 Spas; the state-of-the-art Minerals Sports Club; multiple indoor and outdoor pools, including the distinctive Biosphere Pool Complex with an underground aquarium, tropical foliage and free form nature pools. Crystal Springs Resort hosts hundreds of weddings, special events, corporate outings and thousands of transient hotel guests each year.