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Knights have many jobs to fill

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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    Karen Schieber, left, merchandise manager for the Charlotte Knights, talks to applicants at a job fair held Tueday night at the Charlotte Convention Center. It was the second night for team leadership where they took more than 1,000 applications for jobs during the coming season at BB&T BallPark in uptown Charlotte. his took place on 02.25.14.
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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    Chris Semmens, right, vice president of sales for the Charlotte Knights, talks with job applicant Marcus Worthy. The team had two nights where they took more than 1,000 applications for jobs during the coming season at BB&T BallPark in uptown Charlotte. This took place on 02.25.14.
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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    An applicant holds his resume in line to get into a Charlotte Knights job fair held Tueday night at the Charlotte Convention Center. It was the second night for team leadership where they took more than 1,000 applications for jobs during the coming season at BB&T BallPark in uptown Charlotte. This took place on 02.25.14.
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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    The Charlotte Knights had two nights where they took more than 1,000 applications for jobs during the coming season at BB&T BallPark in uptown Charlotte. This took place on 02.25.14.
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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    The Charlotte Knights had two nights where they took more than 1,000 applications for jobs during the coming season at BB&T BallPark in uptown Charlotte. This took place on 02.25.14.

The Charlotte Knights accepted more than 1,000 applications at a food service job fair held Monday and Tuesday nights at the Charlotte Convention Center.

The Knights, whose Class AAA baseball organization is moving this season from Fort Mill to the new BB&T Ballpark in uptown, are hiring for a variety of seasonal employees. Team officials said they need concession workers, dishwashers, cashiers, banquet servers, bartenders, level supervisors and more.

Ovations Food Services, which will handle food services for the Knights, conducted interviews.

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