Pros: large break area, bonus at end of year
Cons: the sun
Typical work day was to arrive at work, clean up the ride, or take the previous operator off their shift. A lot of sunlight in the eyes, and dealing with people, whether reasonable or difficult.
I learned a lot about how to deal with people, of all kinds. Dealing with people and little kids, and a smile and courtesy go a long way, but also people can be incredibly rude anyways, but don't get hurt over it.
Management was pretty good, difficult to fill out applications though because I don't know much if anything about my management and I had four supervisors.
My coworkers were great, usually easy to talk to or discuss things such as working out basic ride troubleshooting or who should go on break first.
Hardest part of the job was just dealing with the sun, and the heat, and keeping hydrated. Dealing with guests could be quite difficult but it paid off in the end at some point.
Enjoyable part was just being able to talk and enjoy time with my coworkers on lunch break or on the double operator rides. It made the experience a lot more fun, especially at night when the number of guests dwindled so we didn't have as many people coming in to ride the ride so we could chat while we cleaned.