A fun place to work where you put smiles on peoples faces.
Pros: fun job, opportunities for advancement, co-workers are about the same age, and fulling happiness.
Cons: short benefits, low pay. outdoor temperatures, and variable hours.
Opening the park is the best part of the day. As a worker of high level, your duties are to start the ride, run the ride, and test the ride yourself. Making sure that the ride is ready for the guests that come to the park.
I have learned a lot about time management while at work, and working in different positions. I have also learned about the management – more... systems that give opportunities for advancement. particularly advancements happen rather quickly if you are interested. Starting off as a regular worker then getting promoted to head worker in charge, then lead, then supervisor, then area supervisor.
Another interesting fact is while working you learn almost every aspect of the particular ride; the dangers, what signs to recognize them, and potential hazards to keep the guests safe.
Evnethough it seems like it is a lot of information most of the co-workers in these positions are in college, or high school. That made the job more interesting because they have overflowing positive energy.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with the summer time heat, and repetition of doing the same action over and over. The most enjoyable part of the job was making the guests smile. Most guests are nervous and scared before getting on the ride, but when they get off they are smiling, laughing, and extremely happy that they did it. As an operator that makes me feel like I did a good job by keeping them safe. . – less