Recovery Specialist/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Ft. Wayne, IN – August 17, 2016
I worked for Park Ctr Inc for 7 yrs, I was able to work in my field of study as a Case Manger, Recovery Specialist assisting client with everyday ADL, shopping, visiting needed Dr's appointments. and all that applies in the communty. Attended staffing for clients reporting increase or decrease in behaviors. Writing treatment plans for the State including the needs of implemention for clients.Ensuring there is stability as clients live on their own.
Valet Attendant (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – August 4, 2016
This was one of the best/ worst jobs I ever had. the Valet company that didn't allow you to take tips and work attendance was not enforced ever. that's why this company lost all of there contracts in Knoxville.
Valet Parking (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – July 6, 2016
when working in these areas acquired an experience to value people and tasks performed in empresas.Me like interacting with people. I like being part of a esquipo seeking out a task ahead. I consider myself a positive person, willing to face challenges to grow as a company and as a person. hablo Spanish mas que ingles.
Some days were better than others, but it was good to see so many smiling customers.
Janitor, Six Flags White Water (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – April 19, 2016
This was my 1st job and i'll always be grateful for it. A days work would have me sore, but there was always a moment that left me laughing. I learned that when your hard work isn't acknowledged that should motivate you to work even harder. The short breaks was a con, but seeing everyone smiling everyday was a pro.
Area Manager (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – March 8, 2016
Park Inc. was a good job, one of those jobs where what you put into it was essentially equal to what you get out. The management structure is good, with both centralized management at company HQ and strong leadership at satellite sites.
i didnt think that driving in circles all day would be interesting ..but it had its Perks . you met different types of people some business peoples some families its interesting just to listen to how some of the rest of the world talks and thinks
Work was very rewarding at times always had something new you would have to learn.
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – September 23, 2015
Working for Splash Lagoon Indoor Waterpark and Resort was fun at times but some days you would really have to be on your guard. Reason for being on your guard some days is being a lifeguard when you have lots of little children in an area at one time always had you up on your feet. I also worked in park services which was enjoyable however the pay was not the greatest.
Comps for food, always getting days of when requested
Helped run the bar program for a trendy restaurant/bar.
Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 16, 2015
● Opened and closed a high-end, high-volume restaurant/bar. ● Managed inventory. ● Set and exceeded monthly, quarterly and annual sales goals. ● Assisted in securing a 4-star rating, which includes bringing in new business and maintaining a high level of service. ● Managed up to 15 employees. ● Balanced all sales and accounts on a nightly basis
Michigan Adventure -Seasonal Help (Former Employee) – Muskegon, Mi. – January 3, 2015
I have been there 5 seasons now and enjoy working with guests that come into the park. I keep myself busy cleaning my assigned bathroom and outside sweep in and outside of park keeping it clean. Management works with mostly young kids as there is very few Seniors work about 15% maybe. Sometime their friendly and take care of problems that a raise I in most part have no problem with them. Their supervisors range in ages 17 - 23 in most part with a few older no seniors that I know of. I get along with with all the kids as their all younger then I am as well as management. Hardest part of job is this past season watching so many workers from my area walking around and really no supervision to handle whats going on. Otherwise love working there but always looking for something I can do without working just a seasonal job.
fun place to work if you like people
not really listening to people with ideas that are helpful.
Historical Interpreter (Former Employee) – Youngstown, NY – November 25, 2014
A typical day consisted of getting into uniform, marching drills, raising the flags of the fort, talking to visitors and demonstrating muskets and cannons on the hour. I learned more about history than I have ever learned in one setting, and I love history. I learned how to safely handle gun-powder and firearms as well as how to talk to groups of people and young children. The management worked very closely with us on a daily basis and were instrumental in teaching us how to do our jobs. My co-workers were largely students from my college but not entirely, and were fun to spend time with, both at work and after hours. The hardest part of the job was the thick woolen uniforms in the heat of summer and all the physical activity (marching, digging and hauling) we had to do while wearing them. The most enjoyable part of the job was doing musket firing demonstrations and cleaning the guns as a team after a long day of work.
knowledge, atmosphere and getting to help educate the public.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – March 20, 2014
My days were busy working mostly on the phone assisting customers with inquiries for merchandise, checking inventory in the computer programs as well as pulling from the warehouse shelves the items they had requested. I was also responsible for generating all sales and purchase orders, monthly reports, accounts payable and receivable, monitoring and adding shipping fees to invoicing, data input, and file maintenance. I used Word, Excell, Access, MS Money. Enjoyed and worked well with management and co-workers. I thoroughly enjoyed working with the customers.
Kings Island (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 29, 2014
A good day at work are the days it was not to cold or not to hot. A bad day is when its really hot or really cold, but I seem to never complain about that. I've learned that their are some really nice people and really mean people, but I'm a really friendly person. My manager use to be on me. He/she loved me and the work I've done. The co-workers were okay some were cool and some were so stuck up. The hardest part of the job was to keep up. The most enjoyable part was to meet new people.
Park Services (Former Employee) – Austell, GA – August 24, 2013
Professionally greeted park guest upon entering the park and throughout the park as needed. Park cleanliness was maintained through clearing debris from the grounds and dumping full trash receptacles throughout park at checkpoints.