Six Flags St. Louis managers again are seeking applicants to fill nearly 2,500 positions for their 2013 season, which kicks off Friday, March 29.
Six Flags public relations manager Elizabeth Gotway said the staff will host two VIP Job Fairs at the theme park in Eureka from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 2 and 9. The fairs will be held at the park's human resources office.
To become a VIP and get fast-tracked in the process, click here to apply online before the job fairs.
Gotway said the theme park offers competitive wages, flexible schedules, great benefits and a wide variety of jobs. Six Flags' benefits include unlimited admission for employees and free passes for family and friends, in addition to scholarship opportunities.
She said Six Flags staffers began receiving applications in early December, indicating there are many people already looking for spring and summer employment. In addition to the job fairs, Six Flags representatives will visit select schools throughout the winter to offer information on summer employment opportunities.
The park offers positions ranging from entry level to seasonal management. While two of the most common areas associated with working at Six Flags are in ride operations or in the food service department, Gotway said there are a variety of jobs available to suit job seekers of all ages and walks of life.
"Some of the many jobs available at Six Flags include lifeguards, cashiers, landscapers, front gate ticket takers, medical services personnel, security officers, marketing/sales internships, finance and retail positions," she said.
She also said the park's flexible scheduling is great for students, teachers, retirees or anyone looking for a second job or a job that allows them to work around a busy personal schedule.
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