All concessions employees are required to be TABC & Food Handler's certified. To obtain your certificates, follow the links below:
FOOD HANDLER'S CERTIFICATE
The Fall Festival requires a FULL TEAM of Farm Hands to operate efficiently and to bring our guests an excellent experience! Please Note: This is AN OUTDOOR EVENT! We close only when weather is extreme or due to severe circumstances. We require that employees work flexible schedules and that they are available each Saturday and Sunday in October. Employee hours will vary depending on the attendance expected for the specific weekend and need for extra Farm Hands. BONUS PAY is not awarded if an employee misses scheduled work days. Training and Orientation are MANDATORY for ALL employees! We schedule a set weekend for BOTH and a Rainout Date, in case. Training and orientation cannot be rescheduled for an applicant. He/she will forfeit an opportunity to be a part of the team this season for failing to show.
Thank you for your interest in working for Barton Hill Farms. Our Farm Hands' attendance is very critical during our season. We understand some applicants have a busy schedule and are unable to meet our work criteria. Please check back with us next year and, if your schedule has cleared up, we'd love to have you join our team!
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