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Yes you are going to be working with children so obviously a background check will be required.

Answered 7 September 2019

This only applies to rollercoaster operators, property maintenance, and ticket booth agents. First year is on call, and people are called based on seniority. Officially, you can only refuse 3 times a month, but if you're doing over 25-30 hours a week, you can refuse more than that. You can also let them know ahead of time if you don't want to be called specific days. For the next years, you're either on Team A or Team B, and work 2 days one week, 5 days the next, and it alternates. You can asks for different types of prolonged absences, and you can switch work shifts with someone. For on-calls, you'll be doing from 10:50 to park closure at the rollercoasters, 10 to 2 at the ticket booth, and 10:19 - 22:45 OR 6:30 to 17:56 for property maintenance. Once you're on a team, you're guaranteed to do 12.5 hours in a shift, but can leave earlier if you want.

Answered 6 October 2018

No, you have to work at the park.

Answered 6 October 2018

My interview was conducted as a group interview. You're asked a set of questions and your expected to answer truthfully, honestly and to the best of your ability.

Answered 27 August 2017
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