Speedway Holding Job Fairs

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Ohio-based Speedway LLC will hold job fairs at various locations throughout central Indiana this week. The company is looking to hire more than 100 employees for full-time and part-time positions.

Speedway says some of the available positions include entry-level leadership positions such as shift leader and co-manager trainees. Other available positions include customer service representatives and food service specialists. 

The job fairs will be held Thursday, March 31 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m at the following Speedway locations:

  • 8955 S US-31, Indianapolis
  • 5259 W 10th St., Indianapolis
  • 5025 Lafayette Rd., Indianapolis
  • 704 East SR 32, Westfield
  • 10908 E. US Hwy. 36, Avon
  • 965 N. German Church Rd.
  • 6741 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis
  • 6201 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis
  • 14091 Trade Center Ave., Fishers
  • 10010 Pendleton Pike, Lawrence

Speedway says interested candidates should attend in person but those unable to attend can complete an application online

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