You will be asked questions about what you would do given certain situations and have to take a simple math test (depending on what you’re applying for)
The interview is nice fairly easy. You start off with an introduction of everyone around the room and from there u get put in to groups because it is a group interview. You get asked a series of questions and if you are in point answering the questions and answering them right you should be fine. From there once you pass you get a packet. If I’m not mistaken if you are applying for park services you have to take a math test.
Not a 1 on 1 interview, it was a group interview. They asked you simplistic questions about what would you do working there and asked certain about certain scenarios and how you would handle them. For the most part you just have to be interactive during the interview, so dont just sit there and say nothing the whole time, and if asked a question don't be blunt, give detail to your answer. If you do this, you basically will get the job hands down.
It was a group interview they ask you questions but you have to answer them, a lot of them or you won't get the job
It’s a group interview full of other people applying, they ask simplistic questions. If you get the job, they give you a math test based on how to give change back, then finally a packet to fill out before you go to orientation, then training, then start your job.
Answered - Game Host (Former Employee) - Largo, MD
On the spot. it was really good.
Answered - Camera Operator and Editor (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Answered - In-charge (Current Employee) - Smyrna, GA
Almost non-existent/very easy to pass an interview here
Answered - Guest Relations Representative (Current Employee) - Six Flags New England
Its very easy
The interview process is very easy ,they ask questions based on customer satisfactions
Answered - Ride Operator (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX