Twinsburg hiring nearly 130 workers for the spring/summer

Twinsburg hiring nearly 130 workers for the spring/summer

TWINSBURG, OH (WOIO) - The city of Twinsburg is preparing to hire around 130 seasonal employees for the spring and summer months. They will be hiring approximately 10 positions for the golf course, 10 for the service department and 110 for parks and recreation.

"This is one of the busiest times of the year for recruiting for our summer events and recreation in Twinsburg," said Kolette Woloszynek, director of human resources. "While it's busy, it's also an exciting time because there is so much going on and we are able to involve so many of our residents in what we're doing. We want to do whatever we can to continuously improve quality of life in the city."

Some of the positions for parks and recreation include day camp leaders, positions in Safety Town, lifeguards, water safety instructors, concessions and reception for the outdoor pool.

Gleneagles Golf Course is hiring grounds workers for grass cutting and grounds maintenance, as well as clubhouse staff and snack bar staff. There are volunteer opportunities available at Gleneagles as a sStarters and Rangers—, maintaining tee times and assisting golfers and guests..—and ranger, offering free golf for those who give their time. Parks and recreation is looking for volunteers for day camps and safety town, helping to satisfy high school service hours for students.

There are also limited opportunities for bus drivers for day camps. More positions, as well as job descriptions, can be found on the "Jobs" page at To apply, candidates can visit the website and submit an application. Once submitted, appropriate managers will review and contact applicants if they are interested in moving forward.

"Twinsburg is happy to offer so many opportunities, especially to our young adults, to work and give back to the community," said Mayor Katherine Procop. "Our city has an active parks and recreation department and a stellar golf course that relies on hard workers to keep them moving forward."

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