The Santa Cruz Seaside Company owns and operates the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, the Boardwalk Bowl, The Carousel Beach Inn, and the Sea & Sand Inn. Founded in 1907, the Boardwalk has been voted Best Seaside Amusement Park in the World numerous years in a row. The Boardwalk boasts the oldest roller coaster in California which opened in 1924 - the Giant Dipper - and the charming Loof Carousel, both official historical landmarks. Other attractions at the Boardwalk include carnival games, arcades games, indoor mini golf, laser tag, free concerts and movies on the beach, and much moreI Food choices include corn dogs, deep fried artichokes, chocolate covered bacon, crepes, boba, turkey legs, deep fried Twinkies and Oreos, and so much more! The Boardwalk is the perfect place to work and play with your friends by the beach.
Check out more at www.beachboardwalk.com .
We aim to hire 50% males and 50% females. We are able to interview and hire couples and friend groups. 2-person and mixed gender housing only available to couples.
Description of working conditions
Work Hours: You will usually work 5 - 8 hours per day, 5 days per week. Please be flexible as this can
change. You will be guaranteed 32 hours of work per week on average over the course of the summer
season. The Park is only open through September 5th. The Department Supervisor will create weekly
schedules and your schedule must be flexible to the needs of the department. Do not count on a second job
as they are difficult to come by. If you can obtain a second job, please remember your schedule with the
Beach Boardwalk is your priority. You will need to work your second job schedule around ours. If you limit
your schedule with us due to a second job, the 32 hours per week guarantee becomes void. Weather (rain)
could affect the hours of work. If it is raining, you are expected to call in one hour prior to your scheduled
start time to see if you are still working. The final two weeks of the season are the slowest, so you may not
make 32 hours in these two weeks, but you will average at least 32 hours per week over the course of the
Work Start Dates: We are looking to hire candidates who can start work between June 15 - June 29.
Work Finish Dates: We are looking to hire candidates who can work until September 5. Generally, the
Park is only open through September 5. Please contact InterExchange in mid-August if you need work after
this date. There is very limited opportunity for those qualified to work limited hours until the end of
Uniform / Dress code
Uniform/Grooming: All employees may wear blue denim jeans, khakis, colored jeans, or slacks. No
leggings or athleisure wear. All shorts or pants must be clean with no holes, fraying, tears, or rips. Shorts are
acceptable if they are no shorter than 2 inches from the bottom of your fingers. Uniform shirts (and pants
upon request) will be issued by Wardrobe for uniformed positions. You may request a uniform jacket and
Hair: Ifhair color is your style, it's welcome. Please keep it tidy – clean, brushed and kept back from the
face.Hair color must be permanent or semi-permanent, no sprays, glitter, chalks, or temporary products. Tie
longhairback with plain clips or hairbands to let guests see your beautiful face (especially important in Food
Service). Food Service employees must comply with the Department of Health regulations.
Facial Hair: Sideburns should be straight, neatly trimmed, and may extend to the end of the earlobe.
Beards, mustaches, and goatees are allowed; however, they must be neatly trimmed and not excessively
long. An established beard is an intentionally grown beard, not several days of not shaving. Other than
established beards, mustache, and goatees, you are expected to be clean shaven every workday. Special
note: Employees required to wear respirators must meet fit-test requirements that may require a
clean-shaven face. You may wear one small nose stud no bigger than 2mm. No other visible pierced jewelry
or body adornment is allowed. You may wear plugs, no tunnels, or tapers, that are a plain, solid color, and
do not exceed 1⁄4 inch in diameter.
Tattoos: Tattoos are allowed to be visible as long as they meet our guidelines.
● Non-offensive tattoos.
● A small tattoo behind the ear is allowed, if not larger than 1.5 inches, and my not reach lower
on the neck than the tip of the earlobe. Offensive or non-compliant tattoos in this area may
not be covered by makeup or bandages.
- ● Any tattoos on the face
- ● Any tattoos on the neck, head and chest that are visible while wearing company uniform or
- office attire
- ● Any tattoo that is inappropriate or could be defined as a tattoo that contains obscene, profane,
- racist, gang-related, sexual, violent, or other objectionable words or imagery cannot be visible
- while wearing company uniform (including a long sleeve white or black shirt).
- ● Inappropriate tattoos must never become visible during an employee's shift. Those employees
- who do not meet our Grooming Policy will not be allowed to work until these standards are
- ● Covering tattoo(s) on a visible body part with bandages or makeup is not acceptable. Long
- sleeves that are solid black or white in color are permitted for uniformed employees and can
- be purchased in the Wardrobe Department.
- ● If the subject of your tattoo is not appropriate or something you aren't comfortable talking
- about in the workplace - it is not acceptable to show. If you are unsure or have questions,
- please contact the Work & Travel Administrator with any concerns.
Jewelry: Please select tasteful and appropriate jewelry to wear at work. Jewelry should be both
safe and appropriate for your work environment. Food Service employees must comply with
Department of Health regulations. You may wear up to three earrings per ear. Earrings may not
exceed two inches in length or diameter. Stud earrings can be no larger than 1⁄4 inch in diameter. You
may wear one small nose stud no bigger than 2mm. No other visible pierced jewelry or body
adornment is allowed. You may wear plugs, no tunnels, or tapers, that are a plain, solid color, and do
not exceed 1⁄4 inch in diameter.
$15.00/hour for all positions
- ● Food Service
- ● Ride Operator
- ● Housekeeper
$58.22 per week
Housing Information: Housing will be $58.22 per week, paid by paycheck deduction. Usually, you will
be sharing a room with 1-3 other students; entire living spaces (house or apartment) can be up to six people.
Co-ed apartments are available for couples only. Most of the living spaces have a kitchen and bathroom. For
the spaces that do not have a kitchen, microwaves and a mini fridge are provided as well as a hot plate upon
request. A couple of the rooms have a shared bathroom. You will be responsible for your own meals. You will
be living in a housing area alongside local residents and international students living in the apartments
around you. We will collect a $150.00 housing security deposit upon arrival. You will not be able to begin
working until your deposit is received. Most housing is located within a ten-minute walk. Walking is the most
common form of transportation, however, there are buses, taxis and uber. There is some housing located
about two miles away from the worksite.
Description of the area
The Santa Cruz Seaside Company owns and operates the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, the Boardwalk Bowl,
The Carousel Beach Inn, and the Sea & Sand Inn. Founded in 1907, the Boardwalk has been voted Best
Seaside Amusement Park in the World numerous years in a row. The Boardwalk boasts the oldest roller
coaster in California which opened in 1924 - the Giant Dipper - and the charming Looff Carousel, both official
historical landmarks. Other attractions at the Boardwalk include carnival games, arcades games, indoor
mini golf, laser tag, and movies on the beach, and much more! Food choices include corn dogs, deep fried
artichokes, chocolate covered bacon, crepes, boba, turkey legs, deep fried Twinkies and Oreos, and more!
The Boardwalk is the perfect place to work and play with your friends by the beach.