Story Land

Work description

Job Descriptions: You'll find much more than just a paycheck at Story Land! You'll make friends to last a lifetime, memories to keep forever, and your job is to put smiles on the faces of our guests. Story Land's work culture is legendary and second-to-none. Typical perks for seasonal employees include: tickets to Story Land & Living Shores Aquarium for your friends and family, tickets to other area attractions, after hours staff parties, fun incentive programs to win prizes like gift cards, tech items, luggage, speakers & more, plus the best at-work events like Build-Your-Own-Sundae day, department vs department challenges, free lunch days, and more! All positions have the following requirements: ability to speak and read English, stand for prolonged periods of time, follow safety guidelines, and work outdoors.

Job Title Wage/Hour:

  • Ride Operator $11.00
  • Food & Beverage Assistant $10.00
  • Food Prep/Prep Cook $11.00
  • Sales Help $10.00

Ride Operators are responsible for displaying a professional, pleasant attitude to all customers. Job duties for this position may include starting and stopping amusement park rides, assisting guests on rides, and giving safety instructions to guests, assisting with the safe operation of an attraction for all guest spectators and participants, providing outstanding customer service and promoting a fun and friendly environment. You may be required to work outdoors in all weather conditions. A friendly smile and positive attitude are required as you will be interacting with guests. Students may be expected to work in other areas of the park as directed by management. Ride operators need to be comfortable talking to people and performing height checking and comfortable with telling guests no if they are too short in height for a ride.

Food and Beverage Assistants typically work in Amusement Parks or Boardwalk food stands and are responsible for greeting customers in a positive and friendly demeanor, taking customer orders, preparing simple to-go items, answering customer questions, handling cash and credit card transactions, and maintaining neat and clean work stations. This position may require long periods of time on your feet and outside in all weather conditions and may include dishwashing and assisting with stocking items in the kitchen. *Please notify your employer in advance of any food handling restrictions. Food Prep/Prep Cooks are responsible for preparing and cooking orders per recipe guidelines, preparing batters, and slicing meats and vegetables. You will be in charge of restocking and maintaining workstations to assure plenty of product is always available, and for the cleaning of all workstations at the end of the day, including sweeping and mopping of floors and dishwashing. *Please notify your employer in advance of any food handling restrictions.

Work Hours: You should expect to work 40 hours per week (on average) between the hours of 8:00am and 7:00pm. Schedules are posted one week before the scheduled work week. You are notified by phone or text if there are any changes made to the schedule. Overtime hours may be available, but the wage per hour is the same for working over 40 hours/week. Work Start Dates: You should plan your U.S. arrival so you can begin working June 20. Work Finish Dates: We are looking to hire candidates who can finish working September 30.

 We provide housing on site; the cost is $100.00/week. There is a $150.00 refundable security deposit if the room passes inspection at the end of the season and you have fulfilled your commitment to work until the agreed upon work end date. Rent for 2 weeks ($200) is deducted from your bi-weekly paycheck. You will share a room with two other international students (depending on the number of beds). Female and male employees will be housed separately. Each room includes a full bathroom, TV, 3 beds, linens, a microwave, mini fridge, and air conditioning. You will share cleaning responsibilities. We will provide breakfast and dinner. You will be responsible for your own lunches. Housing is within walking distance of a grocery store. You will need to bike or have a ride to get to nearby restaurants & shopping outlets. We provide weekly shopping trips to the bank, grocery store & Wal-Mart. Area Description: Glen, New Hampshire is a village in the town of Bartlett in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The White Mountains region offers one memorable experience after another and has popular and legendary attractions, easy walks to strenuous hikes, golf courses, crystal clear mountain lakes and streams for swimming and boating, and sandy lakeside beaches just perfect for lying in the sun. The scenery is gorgeous, and you can see it everywhere from the seat of a car, to a bicycle seat or the back of a horse. For more information visit visitwhitemountains.com, settlersgreen.com, & sacobound.com.

Hourly wage

Job Title Wage/Hour:

  • Ride Operator $11.00
  • Food & Beverage Assistant $10.00
  • Food Prep/Prep Cook $11.00
  • Sales Help $10.00

Accommodation cost

 $100.00/week

Accommodation description

We provide housing on site; the cost is $100.00/week. There is a $150.00 refundable security deposit if the room passes inspection at the end of the season and you have fulfilled your commitment to work until the agreed upon work end date. Rent for 2 weeks ($200) is deducted from your bi-weekly paycheck. You will share a room with two other international students (depending on the number of beds). Female and male employees will be housed separately. Each room includes a full bathroom, TV, 3 beds, linens, a microwave, mini fridge, and air conditioning. You will share cleaning responsibilities. We will provide breakfast and dinner.