Sales (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 17, 2014
Pros: free lunch, free drinks, discounts, long breaks
Cons: working in the sun
a typical day at work id come in all my co-workers great you with a warm hello or hi you doing then everyone grabs there schedule and performs there duty. I worked closely with some supervisors who helped with any questions i needed help with. the hardest part of my job was working in the hot sun and the most enjoyable part was break time.
food operations (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 5, 2014
Pros: free tickets and discounts on everything u purchased at the park
Cons: little hours u work, short breakes and the distance of the park
a typical day at work is usually busy all day depends on where iam assigned at for the day iam usually setting up the area for customers I serve drinks and food and also restock the desert counter and refill the coffee and hot chocolate machine. If iam on patio I clean tables for the guest sweep the floors, take out the trash, collect trays, and also – more... restock the condiment table. I've learned food safety and lots of great customer service. management was awesome everyone was understanding and made it a organized environment to work in. my co-workers at SeaWorld all great personality's and were easy to get along with. the hardest thing to do was cash when its a rush and also make customers food exactly how they wanted it listening was the key when there is a big crowd!!!. the most enjoyable was when u made a customer happy with your service. – less
Performed daily systematic process in utilizing behavioral analysis and marine mammal education for guests and animal interactions in a team-based environment utilizing operant conditioning and instrumental techniques.
Fun environment, great crews, experienced/understanding management
Beverage Host (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – October 27, 2014
Pros: working culinary provides free lunches!
Cons: uniforms are a little baggy for my tastes.
Working for the Entertainment park as an entry level employee allowed me to see the business side of things from I once started fifteen years ago, and having the experiences I had over those years allowed me to work very well with management there, and we maintained a fun environment with employees that came to understand how the business worked. Alas, – more... it was temporary because it was seasonal work for a short time. I take from the experience a better understanding of being a crew member, and learned from fellow managers more ways to handle various employee issues and concerns. I'd show up to work with a smile, and leave with one all the same. The day-to-day work was easy, and I always looked to help in any other areas I could. The hardest part? Perhaps wearing the uniforms. – less
Beverage Host (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – October 24, 2014
Pros: cheap food for employees, good work environment, and connected with everyone
Set up facilities for events including tables, dishware, glassware, silverware, linens and other amenities according to the event order requirements and manager’s direction. Assist in breaking down after events and returning all event items to proper location. Provide assistance to customers and ensure optimal level of satisfaction in restaurant. Greeting – more... patrons once they are seated. – less
Productive and fun place to work in a fast food resturant.
Cashier and Stocker (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – October 17, 2014
Pros: free lunch, long breaks
My typical day at work was operating a cash register, stocking the freezers, and cleaning the patio for the guests to sit down and eat. I learned a lot working at SeaWorld. I learnt the proper way to stock the freezers, and the proper way to clean the patio. My manager was disrespectful at times and didn't care what was really going on. My co-workers – more... were always up beat and fun to be around. The hardest part of my job was having to make sure your line of customers was taking care in a fast and appropriate manner. The most enjoyable day was watching all the children come into the restaurant with a smile on their faces. – less
Food and Beverage Attendant (Former Employee), Orlando, Fl – October 17, 2014
Pros: discounts and free tickets
Great place to work if your in high school. Food was okay. management was crazy co workers were great to work with. Got to see lots of see animals and test the rides before the people would come in and ride them.
Toll Hostess (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – September 27, 2014
Pros: gettting into the park for free.
Cons: no benifits or full time
A typical work day was being able to meet new people everyday and help them with any questions they had.I learned that being polite can get you very far.My management was very helpful and supportive.My co-workers were fun and outgoing.The hardest part of the job was trying to please every every customer,The most enjoyable part was getting to work at – more... a theme park. – less
Guest Relations (Former Employee), San Diego CA – August 28, 2014
Pros: free admission into the park
Working for Seaworld San DIego was a fun and great experience interacting with guest and the park animals. Typical day at seaworld greeting the guest as they arrive. Process their vouchers and turn them into day passes to enter the park. Managment was by far thee best i have ever worked for everyone worked together a solution was always created for – more... every error.
The main thing i enjoyed from this job was after a long day walking to the Killer Whale tank and just sitting there for couple hours and just enjoyig waching them swim. – less
Seasonal Supervisor Culinary Operations (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – August 19, 2014
Having been at SeaWorld for as long as I was I learned much about work ethic. I learned what it is to provide world class service, I learned the basics of cash handling, with greater training I went more into depth with cash handling, being Serve Safe certified I know the basics of food handing, having worked in a high level kitchen for a year broadened – more... my knowledge for cooking, sanitation, food safety, food temperature, food prep. The typical work day consisted of all of what i learned, i had to cook in the mornings, make sure my food temped at the right temperature, and taste test the food to make sure it was edible and tasty. On occasions I'd go out on the service line to assist guests with their orders, being that we were the busiest restaurant in the park their was always something to do. I'd also oversee the staff when the supervisor wasn't present, i'd also be in charge of sending my team on brakes and lunches. Management and my team definitely never failed to help one another, we were one big family and everyday was a joy to work with them. The hardest part of the job would be when we would be short staffed, we have to work twice s hard just to get by, therefore leaving us to be behind and having to possibly stay overtime. I loved my job at SeaWorld hearing people have a great time and enjoying the food is a definite plus for the hard work I always put in. – less
Photographer (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – July 25, 2014
Everything about Seaworld is great! Management, employees, park-visitors. They've establish a culture based on fun and integrity. Human Resources department truly knows how to hire the right kind of people for their vacancies.