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Summer Job Opportunities – Wild Waterworks

SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Wild Waterworks outdoor water park has begun recruiting for its 2016 summer operations. In anticipation of an exciting and busy summer we will be hiring approximately 110 dynamic and customer service minded individuals to join our team. Wages will commensurate with qualifications, education and experience.
Mandatory training is provided for all positions. Police checks required for all positions
Weekend and evening work is required, positions are seasonal and do not allow for vacation periods.

If you think you are up for the challenge of the fast paced and a safe, clean, healthy, FUN environment of Wild Waterworks see the positions available below!

LIFEGUARDS
Up to 55 full –time lifeguards required. All applicants must be 16 or older and require a current National Lifeguard Service certificate, CPR (Level C or HCP) and Standard First Aid. Those hired will be required to meet fitness requirements. Applicants not currently NLS certified are invited to apply. Water Instructors certification an asset. Starting wage $ 13.50/hr depending on skills and experience

WATERSLIDE ATTENDANTS
Up to 8 full time waterslide attendants required to dispatch riders and operate 6 water slides in a safe manner within regulations. Bronze Cross and Standard First aid considered an asset. Starting wage- Minimum wage.

MAINTENANCE
Up to 15 full time maintenance staff required with various levels of skills and experience to perform pre-season park maintenance, grounds keeping and janitorial duties. Starting wage minimum wage depending on skills and experience.

ASSISTANT POOL OPERATOR
2 full time assistant pool operators required to assist with the the successful operation of the mechanical plant by performing various duties. Previous experience dealing with pool filtration, water quality and attraction operation would be an asset. Starting wage is $ 13.00/hr depending on skills and experience

SECURITY
Up to 4 full time security staff required. Work involves daytime and, evening shifts. Applicants must possess their private security license as mandated by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.
Starting wage is $ 13.00/hr depending on skills and experience

CASHIERS & SERVERS
Up to 22 cashiers and servers required. Experience with cash, food handling and dealing with customers is required. Starting wage minimum wage depending on skills and experience

GUEST SERVICES
Up to 6 full-time staff for customer service required. Event planning, and administrative duties. Experience with sales, groups, event planning, customer service, cash handling and office administration is required. Starting wage is $ 11.53/hr

FOOD SERVICES - COOKS
Up to 10 full time cooks required for our food concession operations. Previous short order cook experience an asset. Starting wage is minimum wage depending on skills and experience

SUPERVISORS
Up to 9 full-time staff are required to supervise the above mentioned positions under the direction of the management team. These positions are also intended to play an important role in customer service and administration, providing information and services to visitors and provides a level of supervision to the waterpark, handling all park issues as they arise in the absence of the Manager and Assistant Manager. Previous operational experience is required and previous supervisory experience is strongly recommended. Starting wage dependent upon position, on skills and experience. Starting $ 15.56/hr

Applicants are requested to send a detailed resume with cover letter indicating the position requested to:

Wild Waterworks – Attn: Sara Kinnear – Manager
680 Van Wagners Beach Road, Hamilton, ON; L8E 3L8
FAX (905) 561-2297
sara.kinnear@conservationhamilton.ca 

Please be advised that interviews will be scheduled commencing in early January.

Due to the volume of applicants and resumes received we are able to respond only to those applicants selected to attend an interview. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted by April 29th, 2016.

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