The Boca Raton Holds Second Career Fair

As The Boca Raton moves closer to revealing $200 million in enhancements, including hotel upgrades, new bars and restaurants, a spa relaunch and new guest and member experiences, the iconic resort is looking to fill several hundred full-time and part-time positions. To meet the demand for workers of varying skill levels, a Career Fair with on-the-spot hiring will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 2 and November 9 at The Boca Raton’s Mizner Center, Mizner Village Dr,

Those interested can secure an arrival time to attend by contacting Careers@TheBocaRaton.com or visiting TheBocaRatonCareers.com. Along with networking opportunities, complimentary parking and refreshments will be available. Employees at The Boca Raton receive competitive pay, tuition reimbursement, insurance (health, dental, vision), career advancement, paid time off (PTO), 401K plan, free on-site covered staff parking and community philanthropy.

Full-time and part-time positions include:

  •  Culinary (chef, sous chef, cooks, pastry)
  • Food & Beverage (servers, bartenders, host/hostess, runner, stewarding)
  • Engineering (electrician, painter, carpenter, drivers)
  • Guest Experience (concierge, front desk, call center, etc.)
  • Housekeeping 
  • Member Relations, Marketing, Finance, Administrative Assistant
  • Recreation (lifeguard, locker-room attendant)
  • Spa (massage therapist, hairstylist, etc.)
  • Retail / Sales
  • Management positions across departments


“It’s a monumental year for The Boca Raton, as we usher in A New Golden Era for this iconic property,” says Maria Burns-Aladro, Chief Human Resource Officer for The Boca Raton. “We are excited to welcome applicants and new team members to be a part of this wonderful relaunch of our legacy. Our culture has always been steeped in camaraderie, teamwork and passion for our craft, we look forward to welcoming in our future.” 

In October, the resort’s first career fair drew nearly 500 applicants, with about 30% receiving job offers on the spot.

“I am of the belief that you should, first and foremost, hire individuals for their character and warm personalities—you can then teach new associates the skills and help them quickly grow into the role,” says Daniel Hostettler, president and Chief Executive Officer for The Boca Raton. “Our team is comprised of passionate staff who are diverse in their background and skillset. We all share a love of delivering genuine hospitality and creating world-class experiences, which will be the top priority as we set our sights on reclaiming our status as one of the world’s most renowned luxury resorts and private clubs.”

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