SplashDown Beach has seasonal employment opportunities for all ages. Our operating season runs from mid May until mid September. If you are looking for a responsible summer job, with competitive pay and great hours, please apply. Prior to application, know that we strictly enforce conduct, attendance, uniform and dress policies. You can download a printable version of the application here.
Customer Service Representatives
Customer service employees handle ticket sales, administrative duties, security, parking and help run the Arcade. These positions are interchangeable; therefore you are expected to be flexible in learning all job skills within this area.
Our grounds and janitorial crews are considered the most important department in the park. The job responsibilities include everything from power washing decks, cleaning rest rooms, cleaning spills, trash collection and general cleaning to daily park standards. This department works a number of hours before the park opens and after the park closes. This group does get the “dirty” work, but we pride ourselves in keeping SplashDown Beach one of the cleanest parks in America!
Ellis and Associates Guards–Join the Best of the Best! Lifeguards at SplashDown Beach are a huge part of our success. This department has the most employees. We are an Ellis and Associates approved facility and provide all lifeguard training. All lifeguards are subject to mandatory weekly training after initial certification. This rigorous, continuous training allows us to maintain our award-winning safety standards and ensure we meet guests expectations. For more information regarding the Ellis and Associates lifeguard training program, click here.
- Dress to Make a Good First Impression
In an interview, first impressions do matter. What you are wearing tells employers a lot about how serious you are about getting the job.
- Be Conscious of Good Interview Etiquette
Be on time for your interview. Employers expect employees to arrive on time to work. They may see a person who is late to an interview, when he or she is supposed to be showing his or her best side, as someone who will have difficulty arriving on time to work or meeting deadlines if hired.
Find out a little bit about the company you want to work for. Visit the location in person if it is a store or building open to the general public. Visit the company’s website and talk to anyone you might know who works there. What kinds of products or services does the company make or sell? What types of people work there? What are the typical hours this position requires? What are some of the day-to-day tasks that the job involves?
It sounds funny – and it looks even funnier – but practicing out loud for your interview will help you sound more polished and concise and less nervous in the actual interview. List a few key things you want the employer to know about you, and review common interview questions.
- Be Prepared to Ask the Interviewer Questions
This is where your research comes in. Employers want to know if you’re truly interested in the position. They also want to know that you have all the information you need to make a decision, if offered the job.
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