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Looking For A Fun Work Experience? We're Hiring!

Alex Murdoch

Area Manager, Digital Marketing

It’s no secret that 2019 will be one of the most exciting seasons at Canada’s Wonderland. With the addition of our world record-breaking dive coaster, Yukon Striker, and the all-new WinterFest, we’re gearing up for four seasons of fun and we want YOU to come along for the ride!

If you’re looking for a unique job with amazing perks, then look no further.

We’re in the process of hiring more than 4,000 seasonal associates for a wide range of positions across the park, from lifeguards to security guards and everything in between.

Are you at least 15 years old? Do you have a particular skill or interest? Are you working towards a designation? Check out our job listings to see what jobs best suit your skillset. With such a variety of opportunities, there’s literally something for everyone – whether it’s your first job, or a stepping-stone towards a future career.

As a Canada’s Wonderland associate, you’ll not only gain invaluable work experience in a fun environment, but you’ll get access to great perks including free and unlimited use of the park and waterpark during your off hours (yes, that means you can ride Yukon Striker as much as you want), free promotional tickets for friends and family, access to exclusive employee events and activities throughout the season, discounts to partnering Ontario attractions, employee discounts on food and merchandise, and much more!

Working at Canada’s Wonderland is a unique, rewarding and FUN experience. Where else can you call a 330-acre playground your work place?

Be sure to visit our website and submit your resume online to join one of the best teams in town.

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