February 3, 2012 by Kristel Fillmore in News


It’s that time of year! Spring is around the corner and we are about to start accepting applications for the 2012 summer season. If you are interested, or know someone who may be interested, please visit: www.moreyspiersapplyonline.com to submit an application. Please note, we do not accept paper applications, only online applications. If you don’t have access to a computer, many libraries offer free computer services or you could visit an internet cafe.

If you have worked for us before, you will notice some changes to our site. We have completely revamped our hiring pages. We are very excited to be working with AcquireTM who developed and is implementing our online application software. Applicants will now be able to view a short description and photo for each position as well as some basic requirements. They will create a user name and password and will be able to log in at any time and see the status of their application. On our end, we can easily forward applications between hiring managers and different departments. We can also send emails to applicants right from the site.

We will begin accepting applications today. Please don’t get discouraged if you don’t hear back immediately. Many of our hiring managers are not yet returned to work for the season and will not actively begin contacting individuals until mid/late March. But, don’t let that keep you from applying early. We do review applications in the order they are received.  And don’t forget, as an associate of Morey’s Piers, you get many perks, including a free Season Pass! Good luck!


Mary Neumeister says:

February 3, 2012 at 12:11 pm

Will you be hiring for full and part time or are all jobs considered part time?  My daughter and I are looking to come down for the season, how early could we start if we were hired?  Thank you!

Denise says:

February 3, 2012 at 3:29 pm

Hi Mary,

Most of our seasonal jobs are weekends from Easter until Memorial Day. Once we hit June, we have a more regular daily schedule. The positions on the website are mostly seasonal, but when we have a full time position, it will also be posted there (and usually we advertise it in the local paper as well).

Sandman says:

February 3, 2012 at 3:59 pm


I know you don’t have many full time positions that come available but when they do, where is good place to look for these postings?

Denise says:

February 3, 2012 at 4:15 pm

We usually list our jobs in the Cape May County Herald (we have 2 listed there now, you can find them online as well as in this week’s edition).

We also post our jobs in industry publications such as: IAAPA, WWA, E&A.

Finally, we list our FT jobs on our own website.

Sandman says:

February 4, 2012 at 1:03 am

Thank you Denise, I will be checking them out.

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