Creative Director (Freelance) (Current Employee) – Burbank, CA – November 7, 2017
Walt Disney Company | Creative Director (Freelance) 2015 – Present I have provided ongoing hands-on creative design and creative team management for Disney, ESPN, and Disney Consumer Products. • Designed Anaheim Angels logo, uniforms and merchandise resulting in multi-millions of sales.
Walt Disney Imagineering: Show Mechanical Intern (Current Employee) – Lake Buena Vista, FL – November 7, 2017
The Walt Disney Company is world-renowned for its quality entertainment and its standards to create such content. Working for Disney means being surrounded by great people every day who also embody the values representing the Company. As an Imagineering intern, I was still treated as a valued member of my department and my opinion was always respected and considered in meetings. My supervisor was quick to give me advice in the right direction when I needed it but did not provide complete solutions for me. This gave me space to grow my thoughts and ideas and apply them to real world applications.
Great work environment, lenient lunch schedule, great company values
Disney College Program Summer Alumni Intern (Former Employee) – Lake Buena Vista, FL – November 5, 2017
The Walt Disney Company was an amazing place to work. They created a safe and enjoyable work experience. There was proper training and I felt very comfortable going into work each day. The management was always there to answer questions and offer support.
Manager, Onboarding Services (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – November 3, 2017
Working on services utilized by the enterprise that impact all Disney segments, guests, fans and viewers was very unique and challenging. Teams are very well supported to continually improve and provide cost effective features and processes. Turnover a bit problematic as knowledge investment is threatened due to contractor pool and temporary full time positions (project hires) are finite in assignment length.
Management team member (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 3, 2017
Culture is important with Disney. If you have a passion for the brand you will find success. They love to promote from within, I started as a cast member and within my 9 years with the company I moved up to an ASM position. I walked away with management skills and strong metric skills. It isn't all fun though, the Holidays is the biggest time of year, people tend to think its lighthearted and easy, but you really put in work during the holidays. I truly enjoyed my time with the company.
discount on product, Cast Member exclusive gifts, Park Entry
part time cast members get very few hours during the year, Full time only available to ASM and higher.
Vendor and stocker (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 2, 2017
The area and position I worked was very hard often physically demanding as well as mentally, I found this very challenging and struggled with the way my management dealt with many things. I have enjoyed working here for the most part, however the particular contract I am on is not ideal. I think I would enjoy it more if I was full time/part time. However keep in mind this was only my particular work area.
Look development artist for "Bolt " (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – November 2, 2017
I enjoyed and appreciated my wonderful time at Disney. It was a great job with great people working for a great company. Positive energy. Loved the wonderful talent and working with such amazing people on a team together.