Its very easy
The interview process is very easy ,they ask questions based on customer satisfactions
Answered - Ride Operator (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX
It is fairly easy. Just be honest and think about what kind of experience you would want when going to an amusement park. If you are familiar with working at a job where you deal face to face with customers and their wants, the questions during the interview are fairly easy to answer.
Answered - Retail Lead (Former Employee) - Valencia, CA
You go in and do a background check, and you take a simple math test if you apply for a position that will handle cash. They ask why you applied, how you'll benefit the company and other questions similar to those.
Answered - Team member (Former Employee) - Arlington, TX 76010
They give you situational questions like "give me a time when..." and then you have to give them an answer, then there's a math portion.
Answered - Ride Operator/Cashier (Former Employee) - Eureka, MO
You are interviewed with 5 other people and you sit in a room, the person talks for a few minutes then ask everyone the same questions.
Answered - Ride Operator (Seasonal) (Current Employee) - Austell, GA
Answered - Cash Control Agent (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX
The swim test is easy. Asking questions on why you want to become a lifeguard. You have to pass a written test. When working at water park have to pay attention to your water zone because of audits. Have to press the audits. If fail three audits then you have go back training again.
Answered - Lifeguard (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
It is great. They don't make it seem hard.
Answered - Rides Operator (Former Employee) - Valencia, CA
Easy interview process however you have to appear twice for two separate interviews, afterwards you have to appear for training on two separate days all in all the process can take up to two months before you ever make any money.
Answered - Security/Motor Supervisor (Former Employee) - Township of Jackson, NJ