Downtown Orlando businesses are hiring

A wide variety of businesses in downtown Orlando are looking to fill open positions, including multiple new restaurants, hotels, and bars.

Dozens of positions are available at service and hospitality businesses in downtown, including hotels like the Marriott, the DoubleTree, and Courtyard by Marriott, as well as multiple restaurants and bars.

Those include Pups Pub, which is celebrating its grand opening this weekend, as well as BellHop, which just opened its downtown Orlando location last month.

Electronic Arts is currently hiring in multiple categories, including software development, marketing, art, and game design, among many others. For more information on the specific positions available, visit the Electronic Arts jobs webpage.

The Eola House hosts open interviews every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 512 East Washington Street. Multiple part time positions are available in park operations, security, and swan boats. No appointments are necessary and all are welcome to stop in anytime during those hours.

Eola Hair Lounge is looking to bring on independent contractors to rent booths. Located across from the Lake Eola Amphitheater at 151 E Washington Street Suite 101, the new business offers a variety of benefits. For more information, visit the Eola Hair Lounge website.

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