I just recently applied and i didn't see it anywhere on the website, if anyone has any info thank you in advance! They may be operating the ride, working on line control and ride seating, running and explaining the games, and engaging with visitors in a friendly manner for any questions or comments a guest may have. This park works to accommodate all guests and employees in any ways possible. Well, that sounds like a case of the parks not communicating.
The hiring process at Coney won't likely begin until early April. The first weekend the rides are open is likelythefirst weekend in May this year. The pay isn't that great but I really enjoy working there. Great little park and generally great guests. I'll be entering my tenth season working at Coney. And even though I only work there on weekends, I still enjoy working there.
And of course this yar is Coney's th anniversary! Well, that sounds like a case of the parks not communicating. But doesn't KI offer some ride nights for it's employees? I know atConey, it's become a tradition the last few years to take a spin on Round Up after the rides close at 11pm on July 3rd. July 3rd is perhaps the busiest day ofthe season, so a spin on that ride is a nice way to celebrate the end to a long day! Along with the rides nights, which happen once a month, most departments have incentive programs throughout the summer.
Also, last year they offered some sort of medical insurance. At Cedar Point we have a ride night on a different ride every Monday night I don't know what the atmosphere is like around KI, but at CP besides the material benefits free entry etc. There will be days where you want to rip their throats out, and some where you can't live without them, but at the end when it's time to go home you'll realize just how attached you really are So I moved 5 hours from home for a minimum wage job, makes perfect sense to me I really enjoy that merchandise discount even though I still have yet to use it in the 2 years I've worked at the park.
I really didn't mind it, I still enjoyed my time up there. They say in orientation that it's the "same as a platinum pass", which includes the ERT. This is supposed to surprise us when a Kings Island Platinum Pass will not get at least one poster here admitted for two consecutive days on the second weekend that Carowinds was open?
Cedar Fair has some very serious admissions issues, and many of them seem to have to do with training their people what the policies are Is that poster going to Carowinds opening weekend this year to see if things have improved from last season? If I were the admissions associate, I wouldn't have let that poster in either, I would have gotten a supervisor Gate Central is rarely wrong about the status of a ticket.
This year, if all things go right, that poster is more likely to be found at Six Flags Over Georgia Getting into another CF park with an employee ID is frustrating, too. I had no problems my first day at CP. I can't even think of why Gate Central would randomly reject one pass. I can see why they thought it wasn't the computer's fault, because they probably had never seen it happen before, but still You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community.
Already have an account? Sign in with Facebook. Posted December 25, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I have already applied! I already applied too. Much of the work revolves around providing food, care, merchandise and entertainment for all the visitors and helping those who come or are interested in coming to the park.
The person who holds this job will check voicemails, make phone calls, calculate payroll hours, run reports, and resolve payroll conflicts, amongst other small tasks. They will be communicating with the Operations Management Team and other operations associates. Those on the security team work to protect those at the park by monitoring park access and preventing dangerous items from entering by using metal detectors.
You will be interacting with guests in this position and operating on a team of other security officers to maintain safety and decorum within the entirety of the park.
In this position, you will be using large equipment and pulling items to deliver throughout the park, taking inventory, rotating stock, and working with Kings Island associates. A warehouse attendant will be doing physical labor and operate in all weather conditions.
An admissions worker will be the first to greet a guest as they enter the park and be prepared to answer any questions they may have. One may work at the sales window, parking Tolls booth, processing center, or at the turnstiles. They may scan tickets, inform guests of ways to enhance their visit, take professional photos, and interact with guests in a positive and friendly way. This job is to ensure the safety and well-being for those in the waterpark.
A lifeguard monitors various locations, makes sure guests are using the slides and activities in a safe and proper manner, and, if needed, is responsible for helping or rescuing a guest that may be hurt or in trouble.
Food and Drink worker: This position takes care of all the dining experiences within the park, from the coffee shop to a sit-down restaurant. There are various opportunities to work in this field, such as serving, bussing tables, hosting tables, training new members, bartending or working as a barista. When operating in this position, an employee will be communicating with guests and making sure they are having a safe and fun experience. They may be operating the ride, working on line control and ride seating, running and explaining the games, and engaging with visitors in a friendly manner for any questions or comments a guest may have.
At the call center, employees interact with patrons over the phone in a positive and friendly manner. It is their job to respond to any questions or concerns someone may have and give appropriate information to guests as requested.
A guest service employee will work as part of a team to handle guests in an organized and positive way. They will work with questions, concerns, and unhappy or unsatisfied customers and work with them to find solutions to any problems.
Those working in entertainment will strive to create productions that guests of all ages will enjoy. Kings Island is constantly looking for for musicians, songwriters, dancers, actors, technicians and scenic carpenters to put on high-quality, enjoyable productions. The park uses an online application that must be completed and submitted.
Upon approval, one will then be asked to come to an in-person interview. They use an online application only. There is no in-park or in-person initial application that can be completed. A full legal name must be used on the application. Make sure all answers are truthful and accurate in representing the person that is applying.
Review all sections of the application to ensure every field is complete before submitting. Unless you are applying for a higher management position, no resume is requested.
Kings Island is hiring for amusement park operations, park administration and maintenance. Seasonal, part-time and full-time. Kings Island was founded in and is one of the top seasonal amusement parks in North America. Apply Online Step 1 – The first step of the online application process is to find a position that you’re interested in submitting an application for. Kings Island Application & Careers Kings Island is an amusement park located in Mason, Ohio. Its main purpose is the entertainment of families and children with roller coasters, rides, games, and events.