Hyatt Regency to host job fair

The hotel, scheduled to open in June near Lake Washington, is looking to fill over 100 positions.

The new hotel opening soon near Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, will be hosting a hospitality job fair May 15-16 at the Renton Pavilion.

The Hyatt Regency is looking to fill more than a hundred open positions before its opening day in June.

The job fair will run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days.

Current open positions include rooms, housekeeping, food and beverage, engineering and purchasing departments.

For more information about the upcoming Hyatt Regency, visit http://lakewashington.regency.hyatt.com/.




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