Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world’s largest regional theme park company and largest operator of waterparks in North America, is looking for energetic team members who want to work where they play.
Six Flags is hosting National Hiring Week, April 23 - May 2, at all of its US locations.
The company is hiring for a number of rewarding positions in food service, ride operations, lifeguarding, retail, warehousing, janitorial, maintenance, and security.
Applicants may apply online at Six Flags National Hiring Event 2021 for a virtual and contact-free process, where they can be interviewed one day, and start earning the next.
Additionally, for the first time and for a limited time, new employees will receive a Gold Plus membership for themselves and up to three family members.
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I am 16 years old and I love helping people. For the past 3 years I have volunteered in multiple community service programs. I was wondering how can I use my experience doing community service to get a job? What kind of job can I get that is not retail or fast food?
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As the fourth of July sneaks up on us, I think back to two years ago when I spent the holiday working ALL day under the hot sun. I was stuck lifeguarding by myself from 10am-8pm. Since everyone was out on vacation or they already had plans I remember feeling miserable, while all my friends were at the beach.
When I think back to that time, I can't help but feel a little angry that my boss didn’t even offer to pay me time and a half since I watched the pool all by myself, as a 15-year-old, on the fourth of July. Now that I think back, she wasn’t very nice.
Have you ever been forced to work during a holiday?
Not only was I a lifeguard. I was a member of the community. We guided the youth in the right direction. We served lunch to anyone in need. We also had other programs to keep the youth interested in activities and keep them out of trouble. The boys and girls club was a great place for kids to go to for after school activities and events. We also helped with school work. We as active bodies was able to give guidance and show leadership. The kids would give respect because we showed respect.
They never get your checks right and you never get paid in time
Wild Island Family Adventure Park in Sparks, NV is hiring! Job openings within ALL departments including Coconut Bowl Attraction Attendants, Food & Beverage, Cashiers, Lifeguards, & Slide Operators.
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply online for immediate employment consideration. Thank you
The city of Loveland does not pay lifeguards well. The more experience lifeguards do get paid well but the lifeguards coming or the lifeguards with a little experience get paid minimum wages. The city will not allow pool managers more than that minimum wage. Lifeguarding a complicated job and there are so much risk and people depending on you, so lifeguards should get paid more than minimum wage, to begin with. But the city does not seem to care.