The Del Mar Fairgrounds offers a fun, enthusiastic, and service-oriented working environment. If you would like to join our team and promote our renowned guest services, click the links below to find out more about our current job opportunities and how to apply.
Temporary and Seasonal Employment
Temporary employment opportunities are listed here. The majority of temporary jobs are for the San Diego County Fair, and are posted in the spring. Temporary/seasonal employment positions do not allow employees to have multiple jobs at the same time. Temporary/seasonal employees must decide which job to accept, if offered more than one position.
San Diego County Fair Vendor Jobs
Each year outside vendors offer employment opportunities at the San Diego County Fair. For these positions, you must apply directly with the commercial or food vendor. Job openings are usually posted in May and June.
Permanent employment opportunities are listed throughout the year. Positions are quickly filled, so please check back regularly to see new opportunities.
Jobs with the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club (you will be redirected to the DMTC website)
Human Resources Office Hours
The HR office is open 8:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday; closed on State of California holidays. The office is located on the southeast corner of the Fairgrounds (see the Fairgounds map).
Transactions for PST refunds are available through the savingsplusnow.com website.
I-9/Work Permit Requirements
If you are selected for employment, you will be required to furnish documents that establish your identity and eligibility to work in the United States, in compliance with the Immigration and Reform Act of 1986. Some of the unexpired documents that may be used to establish identity or eligibility include:
- U.S. Passport or U.S. Passport Card.
- Driver's license or ID card issued by a state.
- School ID card with photograph.
- U.S. Social Security card.
- Original or certified copy of a birth certificate.
You will not be permitted to start work until this documentation is provided. If you are younger than 18, you must furnish a completed Work Permit before you can begin your employment with the 22nd DAA. You can obtain a Work Permit from the school you are attend, or the school district office.