Hostess (Former Employee) – Mitchellville, MD – November 15, 2018
A good place to work for young teens to start out as a first job, to learn and gain the customer service experience, people skills, working on cashier, operator, and learning many more learning experiences
Hostess/Cashier (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 15, 2018
I met many new people here and lifelong friends. My manager was great but when it comes down to being less than 5 mins late you get in trouble, and I couldn't even call in when I had a medical emergency.
Employee (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – November 14, 2018
Working at Six Flags wasn't the hardest but it was really hot. a typical day would start with restocking the building and cleaning. then it would move onto opening and throughout the day you can drink water. the place that I worked didn't have AC so it was really hot and the fan they had put in there had broken so it felt as if I was standing in a desert for up to 6 hours a day with a 45-minute break
Gift Shop Cashier (Seasonal) (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 14, 2018
Great company to work for with flexible hours, lots of benefits and weekly pay. Hardest part of the job is it can get very busy and overwhelming at times. Overall you get to meet a lot of new people while working, as coworkers and guests
A place you can really improve your social skills and make lots of friends
Ride Attendant (Current Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – November 13, 2018
A typical day at work during the summer was good very busy but I think thats a good thing. because the more busy it was at work the more hours you got.but it started to get slow later on because of the weather and then on top of that school was starting back for students, and that means less hours for you. So I highly recommend applying for this job in the summer its a easy hire and its a good pay!
Cashier and Cook (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – November 13, 2018
well everyday at worked I would learn something new. that job has taught me to be very independent. the only issue was the management some were not fair at times and some were just lazy and wouldn't do there jobs.
Information Systems Supervisor (Former Employee) – Gurnee, IL – November 11, 2018
I worked for Six Flags Great America for three years and some change, but it truly felt like half a year. The workplace culture here is unbeatable. Everyone is helpful, prompt, and understanding. Management is superb. You can ask them absolutely anything and they will always get an answer to you one way or another. If you ever needed help, you could ask anyone in uniform and they would drop what they were doing to assist you. As with most jobs, the hardest part was dealing with customers. Often times, I was in the field to fix a machine that had kept a customer from going about their day, which they always loved to remind me about.
Great management, friendly coworkers, top-notch environment, CEO visits.
Supervisor/Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, Texas – November 10, 2018
I still currently work at Six Flags Fiesta Texas as an Admissions Supervisor and it is a fun job if you are willing to put the work in. Many times you feel underpaid when the park reaches high attendance days as it is a lot of work trying to manage your team while assisting multiple guest with various issues. Taking a leadership role with any company is a big responsibility but with Fiesta Texas we try to satisfy all guest as we want them to come enjoy the park again but that sometimes isn’t always the case, just be prepared to handle many unusual (first time) issues.
Endless opportunities, Friendships, Experience to learn new departments
I would not suggest working here , everything is just bad !
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 10, 2018
If you are a teenager and planning on working at six flags I would not recommend you do . They have transportation but if you are taking the transportation they provide that is about $70-$80 out of your check every week !! Which isn’t leaving you with much because you will barely be making $280 on top of that you have to pay for your uniform jacket$17 ,hat $7-$10, shirt $13 , pants $15. The leads there are very unprofessional and disrespectful. Also after paying for the bus you must pay for the food you eat and you can only eat at one place which is a workers break place which service the same food so that’s takes another $30-$50 dollars out your check every week and the environment over all is just very hostile
Human Resource Clerk (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – November 9, 2018
I've worked for this company for almost five years and had a great time! I was once very shy and to myself, but now I feel like i'm open to start a conversation. This was my first job and would choose this job again if I had to go back in time and choose my first job.