Perfect If you Dont Want to Advance
Ride Operator (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 23, 2018
As A Ride Operator, your day begins with you helping in the operating of one of the many rides we have for our guests. You're staffing your position for roughly 40 minutes to an hour at a time before you're relieved to go to a different position. Your day is planned out on a small daily schedule you receive when you start your shift. Ive learned how to manage my time and work effectively trying to get the guests on in a quick and safe manner. Of course their are some types of guests that bother you, trying to get their way, but i dont let them bother me. I've learned how to deal with people in a professional manner at this job. The culture is high schoolish and cliquey, everyone has their own sets of friends. Ive tried multiple times to advance and become a lead (a shift manager), but im not considered a favorite amongst my peers or management team as they promote all their friends. Overall its a great place to start or end your working career, but trying to become a manager, you might want to look elsewhere.
Discounts, easy money, chill days, surrounded by friends
Management plays favorites