Seasonal Employment

Seasonal Employment

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Current Seasonal Job Opportunities

Job Code 400

JOB DUTIES:
  • Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of various water attractions, while providing professional lifeguarding
  • Opening and closing procedures
  • Enforce proper riding positions and safety procedures in a hospitable manner
  • Scanning and dispatching guests in a cordial manner
  • Ensuring area cleanliness
  • Providing excellent guest service and assistance as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum of 16 years of age
  • Must currently hold or be in the process of attaining a Bronze Cross or NLS certificate
  • Must pass screening; 50 metres for Shallow Water guard and 200 metres for Deep Water guard
  • Current Healthcare Provider(c) certificate (Heart and Stroke) or Level C CPR with AED training (Lifesaving Society or St. John’s Ambulance) (must provide certification at pool training)
  • Must pass an Ellis Lifeguard training course (on-site training)
  • Must be able to exit from a pool/attraction at any point without the use of ladders, steps or a zero depth exit
  • Must attend bi-weekly in-service training
  • Candidate should be energetic, confident and professional
  • Able to work for extended periods of time outdoors
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays
Job Code 507

JOB DUTIES:
  • Delivering exceptional guest service
  • Providing guests with information either over the phone or in person
  • Assisting guests in planning a memorable and enjoyable visit to the park
  • Interacting with all departments in the park to ensure each guest has an enjoyable experience
  • Caring for lost children and persons while reuniting them with their parties
  • Work together with Lost & Found to reunite guests with their belongings
  • Completion of any sales transaction including upgrades, internet orders, voucher redemptions and Group Sales reservations
  • Extensive use of various computerized information and sales systems
  • Resolution of guest issues/concerns
  • Assist Supervisory team in cashing out Associates
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Candidates must be friendly and energetic
  • Must enjoy meeting new people
  • Able to work well in a team environment with a strong work ethic
  • Strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Previous retail sales and cash handling experience a definite asset
  • Must be available to work flexible hours including weekends in April through June and September through October
  • Minimum of 17 years of age
Job Code 701

JOB DUTIES:
  • Assist in providing technical support for all festivals, concerts, group sales events, Park’s fireworks presentations and more as assigned
  • Assist in the set-up and strike of tables, chairs, and small audio/video systems
  • Assist to maintain cleanliness in the workplace and provide a safe working environment for you and others
  • Provide technical support to the Entertainment Department and show programs
  • Perform other duties from time to time as required or assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a Post Secondary related program for 1-year and/or 1-year related part-time work experience
  • Basic knowledge of entertainment audio, lighting, video, staging, and other technical aspects is required
  • Ideal candidates are willing to work in a “hands on” environment and accept responsibility as assigned
  • Able to multi-task and work efficiently
  • Dependable and enjoy the prospect of working in a guest oriented environment
  • Available to start working Mid-April (weekends starting Mid-April and daily starting Mid-May)
  • Able to work weekends in September and October and Statutory Holidays
  • Able to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2) is an asset
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit (to accommodate for both early and late shifts)
Job Code 114

JOB DUTIES:
  • Assist with ensuring the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Ensure compliance with the Ontario Health Regulations and the Employment Standards Act
  • Assist with job training and development of associates
  • Maintain proper receiving/storage/preparation/holding and serving of food according to standards
  • Monitor all cold /hot holding equipment and immediately report any temperature problems
  • Report electrical, mechanical, plumbing and facility problems immediately
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available to maintain department and unit consistency
  • Assist in the completion of the location’s weekly inventory as needed
  • Maintain proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces
  • Guarantee the highest standards of guest service and hospitality
  • Assist with overseeing the cash system and work with the Supervisor to operate efficiently and produce budgeted financial results
  • Assist with the creation and execution of motivational plans
  • Keep staffing levels in line with the days business as instructed by the Area Supervisors
  • Communicate with the Supervisory team on a regular basis to maintain unit consistency
  • Complete administrative duties and paperwork as required and assist in any other duties as assigned 
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Business/Hospitality program and/or relevant experience
  • Able to work independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Previous supervisory experience is an asset
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department food handler’s program
  • Smart Serve certification is an asset
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to work under pressure, produce results, handle numerous tasks at once and meet deadlines
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in February and weekdays starting in May through Labour Day and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
Job Code 116

JOB DUTIES:
  • Ensure the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Provide direction and delegate tasks to all restaurant associates
  • Maintain proper receiving/storage/preparation/holding and serving of food according to department standards
  • Monitor all cold/hot holding equipment and immediately report any temperature problems
  • Report electrical, mechanical, plumbing and facility problems immediately
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available to maintain department and unit consistency
  • Maintain proper cleaning/sanitation practices for food/non-food contact surfaces
  • Guarantee the highest standards of guest service and hospitality
  • Provide guest service, cash, food preparation and equipment training to all restaurant associates
  • May complete the location’s weekly tasks including inventory, associate scheduling, monitoring the Mystery Shopper program and maintaining/controlling the cash system as assigned
  • Keep staffing levels in line with the days business as instructed by the Area Supervisors
  • Provide training, development and ongoing performance feedback including appraisals and corrective action
  • Liaise with Area Supervisors to operate efficiently and produce budgeted financial results
  • Create and execute motivational plans
  • Communicate with the Supervisory team to maintain unit consistency
  • Complete administrative duties and paperwork as required and assist in any other duties as assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Business/Hospitality program and/or relevant experience and/or demonstrates required skills
  • Smart Serve certification is an asset
  • Able to work independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to work under pressure, produce results, handle numerous tasks at once and meet deadlines
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department’s food handler program
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in February and full time hours starting in May through Labour Day and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
Job Code 113

JOB DUTIES:
  • Ensure the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Oversee and assist in the preparation (chopping/grating etc.) of large quantities of food in an efficient manner
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per recipe
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Inventory of all products prepared and stored in fridges and freezers
  • Safe and efficient use of industrial food preparation equipment
  • Assist in ordering and food cost control
  • Assist in other areas of the kitchen as required
  • Any additional duties outlined by the Executive Chef or the Supervisory team
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Culinary program or related course or possess relevant past work experience
  • Past experience in a high volume, fast paced restaurant kitchen environment is an asset
  • Previous leadership experience is an asset
  • Able to follow metric and imperial recipes
  • Sound knowledge of a variety of kitchen equipment
  • Available to work part-time shifts in April and full-time shifts starting in May through Labour Day, and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work flexible shifts including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 101

JOB DUTIES:
  • Cook and prepare food items according to cooking instructions at assigned location
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per “Picture Perfect” system (as designed by the Dept.)
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Practice proper personal hygiene on a daily basis
  • Operate equipment according to manufacturers specifications and department safety policies
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available
  • Address any guest questions and concerns regarding the location/park
  • Assist in any other duties assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum 16 years of age
  • Good communication skills
  • An interest in food preparation
  • Team oriented
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department food handler’s program
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Able to work on weekends in May, June, September and October, and five shifts per week in the summer
  • Able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Able to work in varying weather conditions (depending on your location)
Job Code 108

JOB DUTIES:
  • Prepare large quantities of food (i.e.; chopping/grating) in an efficient manner
  • Cook food items according to instructions at assigned location
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per “Picture Perfect” system (as designed by the Dept.)
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Practice proper personal hygiene on a daily basis
  • Operate equipment according to manufacturers specifications and department safety policies
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available
  • Provide service to our Guests and Associates
  • Assist in other areas of the kitchen and Park locations as required
  • Any additional duties outlined by the Executive Chef
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Previous experience working in a fast paced, high volume kitchen environment is required
  • Current Food Safety certificate required (in park)
  • Able to follow metric and imperial recipes
  • Sound knowledge of a variety of kitchen equipment
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in April and full time hours including weekdays in May
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 209

JOB DUTIES:
  • Provide exceptional and friendly guest service
  • Sell games to our guests; drive sales and per caps
  • Operate games in a safe manner
  • Ensure proper cash handling procedures
  • Address and rectify guest complaints and concerns
  • Assist in maintaining prize display/presentation of game locations
  • Assist in maintaining stock levels of game locations and games area
  • Exceed the park’s cleanliness standards
  • Adhere to the park’s health and safety standards
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum 15 years of age
  • Must pass a sales audition
  • Energetic and enthusiastic personality
  • Self-motivated
  • Display strong verbal communication skills
  • Works well in fast-paced environment
  • Able to work on weekends in May, June, September, and October
  • Required to work five days a week during the summer and flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
Job Code 920

JOB DUTIES:
  • Entering job offer information into JobNet to prepare seasonal associate contracts
  • Documentation of seasonal associates
  • Data entry including keying associate SIN, date of birth, tax, wage, job and location information
  • Process employment system activity changes including ‘Status Change’ and ‘Termination’ forms as required
  • Facilitating park orientation sessions for up to 300 new associates per week
  • Maintain training facilities and training supplies
  • Maintain seasonal associate files by filing personal documents in an accurate and timely manner
  • Respond to inquiries both in person and over the telephone
  • Assist the Recruitment team with prescreening, and reception duties as needed
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a post secondary Human Resources Management program or equivalent is an asset
  • Experience working with Windows’ based programs
  • Data entry experience required
  • Accurate, detail oriented and efficient in the completion of tasks
  • Demonstrate a professional, positive and confident manner
  • Superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to speak in front of large groups
  • Highly organized and able to multi-task
  • Able to work flexible shifts including evenings and on weekends
Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.

Job Purpose:

Ability to draw and sell quickly in a fast paced environment, caricatures or airbrush items and other retail related items to the general public. Artist is expected to be able to complete a sketch within the established time frame of 5 minutes or less while conducting a ‘family friendly’ interaction with the guest. In addition, the Associate will:

Duties:
• Demonstrate and maintain excellent internal and external customer relations.
• Interact with guests with artwork demonstration, selling artwork, mats and frames..
• Requires accurate cash handling both manually, with cash register and documentation of sales.
• Become familiar with and ensure compliance with all KAS and park policies, practices and procedures as well as governmental regulations.
• Keep accurate track of inventory.
• Assure property is clean, orderly, safe, attractive and properly merchandised on a daily basis.
• Solicit and help market sales for KAS for our on-line store and Special Events Services.
• Continue to seek additional revenue opportunities to grow the business at assigned park.
• Communicate on a daily basis with Supervisor.
• Other Duties as assigned by KAS Management.

Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.
Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.

Job Purpose:
Promote, produce and sell a variety of hand painted face paint and Henna designs in open-air studios to the general public In addition, the Face Paint and Henna Tattoo Artisan Associate will:

Duties:
• Demonstrate and maintain excellent internal and external customer relations.
• Interact with guests in a fast-paced environment.
• Requires accurate cash handling both manually, with cash register and documentation of sales.
• Become familiar with and ensure compliance with all KAS and park policies, practices and procedures as well as governmental regulations.
• Keep accurate track of inventory.
• Assures property is clean, orderly, safe, attractive and properly merchandised on a daily basis.
• Solicit and help market sales for KAS for our on-line store and Special Events Services.
• Continue to seek additional revenue opportunities to grow the business at assigned park.
• Communicate on a daily basis with Supervisor.
• Other Duties as assigned by Management.

Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.
Job Code 741

JOB DUTIES:
  • May conduct repairs on fiberglass units including; rides or other projects as assigned which involves preparing fiberglass (sanding and filing) for painting
  • May perform daily preventative maintenance checks on waterslides and subsequent repairs
  • May assist with the fabrication of new fiberglass units
  • May construct new moulds and patterns and select resins to be used
  • May assist with monitoring daily activities of Waterpark Technicians
  • May perform on-the-job repairs while the park is in operation
  • May spray paint ride units and other fiberglass objects throughout the park
  • Perform preventative maintenance on tools and equipment
  • Other duties as required within the Facilities Department
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Interest in or proven skills working with fiberglass or auto body repairs
  • Familiar and comfortable working with a variety of shop tools
  • Able to work at heights of up to 30m
  • Supply both safety and soft sole shoes (non-marking)
  • Must be able to swim if assigned to work on a waterslide
  • Previous experience in mould construction, patterns and lay ups of fiberglass parts is an asset
  • Must have a reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
  • Able to work flexible shifts (starting at 6am) including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License (class G/G2)
  • May require heavy lifting up to 50 lbs
Job Code 762

JOB DUTIES:
  • Issue parts and supplies to maintenance staff and other departments
  • Monitor stock levels and notify purchasing to reorder 
  • Maintain record of pending purchase orders
  • Match purchase orders to goods received in Warehouse
  • Accurately complete inventory control forms
  • Ensure the office receives all paperwork on a daily basis
  • Receive goods and monitor stock levels
  • Deliver office supplies to the administration and maintenance offices as required
  • Ensure food supplies in the maintenance lunchroom are fully stocked
  • Other duties as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • General knowledge of maintenance/hardware supplies and parts is essential
  • Ideal candidates are detail oriented and are well organized, with the ability to work under minimal supervision
  • Able to function in a service oriented environment
  • Available to work a variety of rotating shifts from 6:00am to 11:00pm
  • Candidate must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License, should a position be offered, the candidate must provide an abstract of their driving record
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 716

JOB DUTIES:
  • Maintaining the mechanical areas, equipment and quality of water in the pools and waterways throughout the facility
  • Assist more senior staff in the Utilities Department
  • Responsible for the condition of the assigned areas and equipment and will be instructed on the basics of plumbing, plumbing related mechanical equipment, pool and waterway maintenance and the chemical treatment these waters
  • Organize, document and perform with minimal supervision after having completed the training and becoming familiar with the facility
  • Use colour comparator test equipment, results and understand the automated chemical controls system and its components
  • May assist with training of junior team members
  • May read flow meters, gauges and other recording devises
  • May monitor and inspect plant equipment and systems for normal operation
  • May collect, test and analyze water samples for chemical and bacterial analysis
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in or graduate of an Environmental/Chemical Engineering post-secondary program or previous experience in plumbing, pool maintenance or chemical treatment
  • Positive attitude, a willingness to learn and good work ethic
  • Interact well with other team members and accept direction from more senior staff
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
  • Able to use the colour comparator test equipment
  • Possess a valid Ontario driver’s license (class G/G2)
  • Provide own CSA approved work shoes
  • Must be able to swim as employees may be required to enter the water/pools to clean debris and surfaces
  • Available for rotating shifts starting at 6:00am with a 7 on, 3 off; 7 on, 4 off shift schedule that will cover days, afternoons, on weekends and statutory holidays
Job Code 776

JOB DUTIES:

Operate heavy equipment related to specific elements of the property maintenance program in either of the following areas:
  • Site clean-up (street scrubber, vehicle mounted hot water pressure washer)
  • As required, and with appropriate training, operate machinery to assist in the implementation of other property maintenance programs, including site washdown/recovery (pavement washdown, waste handling/recovery, litter control, pressure washing, general clean-up) or turf maintenance (mowing, trimming, seeding, sodding, fertilizing, aerating, topdressing, irrigating), or vehicle/equipment maintenance (cleaning, sanding, hand painting)
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma preferred
  • Minimum two (2) years experience in the operation and routine preventive maintenance of various types of heavy commercial equipment in a commercial, municipal or golf course setting
  • CCHT (Canadian Certified Horticultural Technician)-Landscape Maintenance designation is an asset
  • Familiarity with Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license (class G/G2) with a clean abstract
  • C.P.R. Basic Rescuer/First Aid is an asset
  • Able to meet the physical requirements of the job including: bending, lifting, utilizing hand tools and working in various weather conditions
  • Able to work co-operatively in a team setting
  • Work a flexible, rotating shift schedule (7 on 3 off, 7 on 4 off)
  • Ability to work 12:00am to 9:00am during the full time operating season, averaging 40 hours per week with frequent overtime
  • Must provide own CSA approved safety footwear
Job Code 760

JOB DUTIES:
  • Issue parts and supplies to maintenance staff
  • Accurately complete inventory control forms
  • Ensure the office receives all paperwork on a daily basis
  • Receive goods and monitor stock levels
  • Deliver office supplies to the administration and maintenance offices as required
  • Ensure food supplies in the maintenance lunchroom are fully stocked
  • Other duties as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • General knowledge of maintenance/hardware supplies and parts is essential
  • Job related experience or enrolled in post secondary related program (including Mechanical Engineering) preferred
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and AutoCAD is an asset
  • Ideal candidates are detail oriented and are well organized, with the ability to work under minimal supervision
  • Able to function in a service oriented environment
  • Available to work a variety of shifts from 6:00am to 11:00pm
  • Must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2), should a position be offered, the candidate must provide an abstract of their driving record
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 420

JOB DUTIES:
  • Maintain park and location cleanliness
  • Sweeping of walkways, grounds and emptying garbage cans
  • Promote hospitality and interact with park guests
  • Operation of compactors

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum 16 years of age
  • Candidates should be energetic, confident and professional
  • Able to work for extended periods of time outdoors
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends
  • Able to work required shifts within the park operating season
Job Code 705

JOB DUTIES:
  • Duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Install, operate, and strike all festivals, concerts, fireworks presentations, group sales gatherings, and other special events related to the Technical & Event Services Department as assigned
  • Provide technical support to other departments as needed
  • Ensure cleanliness in the workplace and provide a safe working environment for yourself and others
  • Repair or initiate repair of all breakdowns in your area of responsibility
  • Provide technical support to the Entertainment Department and show programs
  • Perform other duties from time to time as required or assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a Post Secondary related program for 2-years and/or 1-year related full-time work experience
  • 2-years work experience within the Technical & Event Services Department
  • Operating and set-up knowledge of entertainment audio, lighting, video, staging, and other technical aspects as required
  • Ideal candidates are willing to work in a “hands on” environment and accept responsibility as assigned
  • Able to multi-task, work efficiently and work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
  • Able to work Statutory Holiday
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2)
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit (to accommodate for both early and late shifts)
Job Code 906

JOB DUTIES:
  • Perform alterations and repairs to uniform items including: hemming pants; various embroidery projects; cresting shirts; and damaged uniform repairs
  • Perform special sewing projects for park operation as required including: heavy duty stitching; special design items; and worn material repair
  • Perform laundry duties
  • Perform employee uniform fittings
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Previous sewing related experience a must
  • Experience with industrial machines is an asset (i.e. straight stitch, blind stitch, serging, and walking foot machines)
  • Demonstrate a professional manner
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines and work independently
  • Detail/quality oriented and self-motivated
  • Highly organized and flexible
  • Able to work 5 shifts per week including weekends/evenings
Candidates should send their resume directly to Subway at wonderlandhire@subwaygroup.ca

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Sandwich Artist® greets and serves guests, prepares product, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner while greeting guests and preparing their orders.
  • Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains them to guests accurately.
  • Uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and compute the amount of the bill. Collects payment from guests and makes change.
  • Performs Cash-In Procedure- accounting for all forms of money, bread, etc., during the shift.
  • Prepares food neatly, according to formula, and in a timely manner.
  • Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift.
  • Understands and adheres to proper food handling, safety and sanitation standards during food preparation, service and clean up.
  • Cleans and maintains all areas of the restaurant to promote a clean image. Understands and adheres to the 3-step method for cleaning.
  • Understands and adheres to all quality standards, formulas and procedures as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual.
  • Maintains a professional appearance and grooming standards as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual.
  • Performs light paperwork duties as assigned.
  • Completes University of SUBWAY® courses as directed.

PREREQUISITES:
  • Education: Some high school or equivalent.
  • Experience & Skills: No previous experience required. Ability to understand and implement written and verbal instruction.
  • Physical: Must be able to work any area of the restaurant when needed and to operate a computerized Point of Sale system/cash register. Position requires bending, standing, and walking the entire workday. Must have the ability to lift 10 pounds frequently and up to 30 pounds occasionally.

Candidates should send their resume directly to Subway at wonderlandhire@subwaygroup.ca.
Interested candidates should apply at Wax Hands Fun Zone or email info@waxhandsfunzone.com.

As a Wax Hands artist, you will be creating hand impressions out of wax for Canada’s Wonderland guests.

JOB DUTIES:
  • Create hand impressions out of wax for guests visiting at Canada's Wonderland
  • Promote other products and features for the wax hand
  • Interact with guests (children and adults) in a fast-paced environment
  • Work efficiently while interacting with other team members
  • Operate a cash register and accurately document sales
  • Maintain a clean, neat and safe work area
  • Refill and bring supplies from storage area
  • Promote other products and features for the wax hands
  • Any other duties assigned by management or supervisor
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
  • Artistic background is an asset but it is not a requirement as training is provided
  • Ability to multitask, stand for long periods of time and work in fast paced team environment.
  • Very good communication and customer service skills (second language is an asset)
  • Ability to communicate with children and adults
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Ability to work in varying weather conditions

Interested candidates should apply at www.waxhandsfunzone.com or email their resume to info@waxhandsfunzone.com.