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Biltmore Estate Job Fair For 120 Jobs

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Biltmore Estate has scheduled a Job Fair at the iconic home and grounds in Asheville.

Biltmore Estate will create up to 120 jobs with its new Antler Hill Village. That area is 15 acres and includes the Winery, all of the new guest offerings around the Village Green and the farm area. it's set to open in May.

Biltmore will host the spring job fair to fill a variety of employment opportunities across the estate on March 2 from noon until 5:00pm.

some of the available positions include Food & Beverage; Dining & Culinary, Retail Sales, Hotel Housekeeping & Guest Services, Winery Guest Services & Retail, Security, Biltmore House Guest Services, Ticketing & Sales Hosts, -Parking & Transportation Hosts and Outdoor Center Guides & Farmyard Interpreters

If you have questions about the job fair, you can email Biltmore Estate at employmentquestions@biltmore.com or call(828) 225-6122.

First time job applicants can download a job application by clicking here. Most positions require the ability to work weekdays, evenings, weekends, and holidays.

If you have applied within the last 3 months (since Dec 2, 2009), you're asked to RSVP by e-mailing at employmentquestions@biltmore.com or by calling (828) 225-6122.

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