Its on overall good company. they have an employee cafe but only get a provided meal if you are in culinary department, if not then your paying for your food... you learn a lot about the ocean and marine animals but let me just warn you that Seaworld has HORRIBLE management. If you dont get into the "click" then good luck advancing within the company. They promote based on friendship so most new managers have no real experience as a manager and it really effects the department and stresses out other team members. Overall though, if your going to work there for your love of animals, then your in the right place, otherwise, its a dead end job. In my department in 2018 alone i've seen about 40 managers (full time employees) get laid off. NO JOB SECURITY. Go for Part-time and have a second job.
Working at SeaWorld was nice for my first job. I learned valuable customer service skills and how to function in hectic environments. A typical day in my position would include going to a lead or supervisor to figure out what I am doing that day. Tasks could be anywhere from washing dishes to working the grill. The hardest part of the job was the hours it demanded such as working eight hours a day, four days in a row. It was manageable since it was summer time but now that I am in school it isn't possible.
Going into work was very simple and organized. Any time that I needed assistance or clarification, they are very quick to respond and help. I've developed many friendships with many other departments as well. I would say the most difficult part of the job would be becoming a captain and having to take on that leadership goal along my peers. But the part I love the most is being able to perform and entertain the guest and also hearing from guest all of the positive feedback of the product.