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Fancy working at the home of music royalty? Paisley Park is hiring again.

The home of Prince is holding a three-day job fair starting on Tuesday at the Courtyard Minneapolis hotel, at 11391 Viking Drive in Eden Prairie.

Those in attendances will be interviewed for three open positions, including tour guides, "merchandise associates" and maintenance.

According to its website, the tour guide and merchandise roles are part-time positions, while the studio is looking for full-time maintenance workers.

Paisley Park held a three-day interview event for 50 positions for the summer season in April, so the fact its holding another one this week suggests it either didn't fill all the positions, or it's added more.

To get an interview for this week's job fair, you first need to register at Eventbrite, which you can do here.

You also need to bring a completed job application, which can be downloaded here, as well as your resume.

Paisley Park held its first job fair last September, ahead of the opening of the Chanhassen complex to public tours in October.

The complex is managed by PPark Management, that offers guide tours taking visitors through the main floor of Paisley Park, including Prince's recording and mixing studios, exhibit spaces, his soundstage and concert hall.

There are also thousands of items from Prince's personal archives on display, including outfits, awards and instruments.

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