Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort and Six Flags are retiring
As capacity caps rise and we near the summer season, Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort and Six Flags are all hiring for a number of jobs. This news may come as quite a surprise to many as we heard of the unfortunate layoffs of large numbers of Disney cast members and Universal team members over the past year due to COVID-19 and the financial climate.
Walt Disney World has part-time positions advertised on the Disney Careers website for attractions, custody, merchandise, and fast food. It is said that those who apply must have full availability for each shift, at least three (3) days per week, including nights and holidays. Pay rates start at $ 14 and may vary depending on the role being offered.
Universal Orlando Resort has a list of all current vacancies on its job page. This includes team member shuttle drivers, attraction participants, technicians, driving mechanics, restaurant staff, managers and many more.
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Six Flags hire a variety of positions in their theme parks, including rides, food and drink, seasonal maintenance, water sports, safety, and more. Please visit the Six Flags Jobs page for more information. Select the park you want to work in from the drop-down box.
According to an article in the Los Angeles Daily News, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor spokesman Jerry Certonio said they plan to hire about 2,000 workers.
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As theme parks around the world are ramping up their capacity to prepare for the summer season and understandably increasing guest enthusiasm for visiting the parks, vaccination programs are already well underway and COVID-19 appears to be making Walt Disney World, Universal, Orlando in decline Resort and Six Flags seem to be trying to fill vacancies as soon as possible.