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Medieval Times hiring for more than 35 positions at Scottsdale castle

Apr 12, 2021, 3:05 PM
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Scottsdale Castle (Courtesy photo/Medieval Times Dinner & Tourna...
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Scottsdale Castle (Courtesy photo/Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament)
(Courtesy photo/Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament)

PHOENIX — Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Scottsdale is looking to fill more than 35 positions as tourism ramps up amid declining COVID-19 metrics.

Those interested can apply online for positions that include bartenders, servers, kitchen staff, guest services and more.

“We are excited to grow our team by offering a variety of fun positions throughout the castle,” Drew Barnes, marketing and sales manager at Medieval Times Scottsdale, said in a press release.

Perks include a $250 sign-on bonus, free tickets, discounts, gym and tuition reimbursement and more, Barnes said.

The castle at 9051 E. Via de Ventura will continue to limit capacity and follow the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community mask ordinance, in addition to distancing parties and sanitizing diligently.

The company opened its only Arizona location in 2019 and has nine other castles across the country, with the first being opened in Kissimmee, Florida, in 1983.

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Medieval Times hiring for more than 35 positions at Scottsdale castle