Staff sought for Sky Zone Surrey trampoline park to open Jan. 30

Facility on 124th Street will be the company's 109th location internationally

Sky Zone Surrey is slated to open on Jan. 30.

SURREY — Operators of a new indoor trampoline park on 124th Street are looking for employees.

More than 100 full- and part-time positions will be filled at Sky Zone Surrey, a 26,000-square-foot facility which is due open Saturday, Jan. 30 at 11125 124th St., Surrey.

Managers of the facility will host a job fair Tuesday (Dec. 29) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at nearby Aria Banquet Hall, 12350 Pattullo Pl., Surrey.

Sought are court monitors, cashiers, event hosts, concession staff and more. The company is looking for “young applicants aged 17 and over, athletic in mindset and great with children.”

They are not hiring any supervisory positions at this time, as “we want to promote from within,” states a job fair advisory.

“The rapid pace of promotions and added responsibility will encourage front-line staff to work hard so they can advance in our organization. We also encourage cross-training so that employees learn many new skills that can assist them in their daily lives.”

Sky Zone Surrey will be the 109th such facility to open internationally, and the ninth in Canada.

Similar Extreme Air Park facilities operate in Langley and Richmond.

“We pioneered the indoor trampoline park many years ago,” said Cody O’Neil, general manager of Sky Zone Surrey.

The facility will feature courts for Dodge Ball and Open Jump, Foam Pits and Sky Slam basketball area.

Scroll down to view a Sky Zone promo video.


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