Jobs in the City (5/23)

Cincinnati Music Festival
Positions Hiring For: Volunteers
Cincinnati Music Festival Presented by P&G- July 20, 21, 22. The Cincinnati Music Festival Presented by P&G is co-promoted by The Santangelo Group and Ohio Valley Entertainment. Originally called the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival when it was first held in 1962, the Macy’s Music Festival has grown and evolved into a spectacular two-day event on Cincinnati’s riverfront. 2023 represents The Festival’s 59th year of bringing top R&B talent to Cincinnati. Click Here to Apply.
Positions Hiring For: Servers, Assistants, Hosts, Barbacks, and More!
Baru an Elevated Sushi Concept. Baru’s atmosphere was inspired by izakaya, or the beloved Japanese establishments where one can stay, drink, and unwind with friends long into the night. Providing an energetic late night cocktail scene with a plush environment. Welcoming sushi lovers and socializers alike in a sophisticated yet approachable dining experience. We welcome you to stay- drink- and unwind.
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YMCAPositions Hiring For: RN at Camp Ernst
Qualified adults are welcome to apply for this seasonal summer position. Week-long, Sunday, and weekend dates are available. Nurses must have a current RN license in the state of KY before the start of their time working at camp.
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Positions Hiring For: Strategic Transit Engagement to Expand Ridership (STEER) Advisory Committee Member
Metro is seeking applicants to serve on its all-new Strategic Transit Engagement to Expand Ridership (STEER) Advisory Committee to use their collective knowledge and experience with Metro and Access services, as well as their knowledge of community needs, safety concerns, and values, to provide insight and advice to the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority Board and Metro staff. The purpose of the committee is to provide feedback and suggest improvements and recommendations on plans, policies, and services offered by Metro and Access.
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Learning Grove
Positions Hiring For: Multiple Positions
Learning Grove develops and supports innovative quality learning experiences that empower children, youth, and families across diverse communities. They envision a world where all children and youth reach their full potential, and all families thrive.
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Hotel Covington
Positions Hiring For: Bartender
Hotel Covington is looking for an experienced Bartender to join our Food & Beverage team. This person should have craft cocktail experience and a passion for hospitality. Hotel Covington embodies the transformation of a celebrated, century-old downtown building into a modern luxury hotel. The hotel draws inspiration from the local culture and cultivates a following through a sense of civic pride and exciting food & beverage.
Click Here to Apply.
YMCA National Gymnastics Championship & Invitational
Positions Hiring For: Volunteer
YMCA is hosting 1,700 young athletes and their families from YMCAs across the country as they REACH FOR THEIR CROWN and go for the GOLD! Volunteers are needed to make this week a huge success. Events will take place downtown Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Center, Heritage Bank Center, and Memorial Hall. Check out how you can be apart of this spectacular event and learn about specific activities, shifts, dates, locations and times.
Click Here to Apply.

Magical holiday light festivals in NKY

One of the joys of this season is seeing the beautiful lights brightening the chilly winter nights. Northern Kentucky has several of its own light festivals and one of them is this Saturday only (and it’s free). Read below for all the details. 

Drive-Through Winter Wonderland, December 12 from 6:00-9:00 pm: 

The Erlanger branch of the Kenton County Library has created their first “parking lot light festival.” It includes light tunnels, special effects from Cincy Illuminations and a scavenger hunt-style search for animals hidden in the scenes. You can even wave to Santa as you drive by.  

Free event, no registration necessary 

Winter Nights, River Lightsthrough January 15, 6:00-10:00 pm: 

Stroll across the Purple People Bridge, which is hung with hundreds of soothing lavender lights. You can enjoy the beautiful river views and visit the Wish Tree on the Newport side. 

Free event, no registration necessary 

Light Up the Fair, through January 2, 5:30-9:00 pm, open til 10:00 on Fridays and Saturdays 

This incredible light experience takes visitors on a 1.5 mile drive through Boone County Fairgrounds, lit by more than 500,000 individually controlled LED lights. The captivating displays are choreographed to holiday music you play on your radio.  

$6/person, children under 3 are free. No contact ticketing is available. 

These family-friendly events will make the holiday season even merrier. 

About the author: Jill Morenz is the Director of Community Initiatives and Communications for the Catalytic Fund and also runs the NKY Public Arts Network. She is an enthusiastic evangelist for all things NKY.