Universal Orlando Jobs: How to Apply
ORLANDO, Florida – Universal Orlando is recruiting more than 2,000 employees to work in positions across the park.
The theme park said in a press release it is looking for people who can take advantage of full-time, part-time, seasonal and professional career opportunities.
Jobs are open in different categories in Universal. This includes positions in the internal call center, in the areas of attractions, water sports, gastronomy, cuisine, custody, storage, operations, goods and sales.
Universal Orlando is also hiring more lifeguards for Universal’s Volcano Bay water theme park.
The theme park offers professional career opportunities in the areas of IT, marketing and sales, supports technical service and much more.
According to Universal, there will be specific recruitment events for each position.
Interested parties can apply online here.
Last year, CBS subsidiary WKMG reported that the park had cut 1,123 jobs by the end of 2020. WESH reported that 678 of these workers were self-fired from the park.
During an October earnings call, Comcast, owned by NBCUniversal, said theme park revenue fell 80.9 percent to just $ 311 million, down from $ 1.6 billion in the same quarter of 2019. CEO Brian Roberts said the theme parks were “the single biggest drag for the quarter. ”
WKMG reports that the laid-off workers were given 60 days’ notice.
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