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Hiring underway for Chamorro cultural park

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The developers behind the Lina La Chamorro Cultural Park held a job fair today as they hope to find the right people to work at the Tumon facility, which is scheduled to open at the end of this month. The project is spearheaded by local developer Mark Baldyga and sits on 25 acres of beachfront property.

According to project manager Ernie Galito, they are hoping to find people fluent in the Chamorro language who will work in the replica of an ancient Chamorro village that's being constructed there. These employees include cast members who will perform a daily recreation of pre-contact ancient Chamorro life on Guam.

Other positions they are hiring for include a park manager, retail cashier as well as groundskeepers. You can apply for the positions at the SandCastle up until June 24. Another job fair is planned.

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