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Our Top Objectives from our CEO!
SNEAK PREVIEW OF PARK OPERATING HOURS…
Notes from this past week!
Granny’s new soda towers (Post transaction)
Notice that beverage filling will occur after the sales so the line can go faster
Now serving unsweet tea at Granny’s
Entry Building had great progress this week
Now you see it…Now you don’t
Strategic sign removal continues…
Dark Knight entrance has clear visibility!
Marketing having fun with March Madness on Social media
Rides Team Tracking their success! Love it!
Attached are some images of the Rides TVs that are behind the staffing desks.
They will provide weekly updates on throughput and goals, Million Rider Club information.
Safari New Entrance road is open!
New Safari Toll Roof is complete!
More Jobs Advertising hits the streets
More Billboard change-outs happening before opening!
Love the new colors on Granny’s Porch Bar!
Granny’s gets a fresh logo paint
Looking good Granny’s!
Fresh Stamped Concrete around the fountain!
Metro Grill getting a fresh patio topper
Safari Opening Day was amazing!
Safari Gifts selling some of the new Merchandise!
Dr. Rives approves of the big giraffe souvenirs!
Flash pass Single Rider sales coming soon to a phone near you!
Big Wheel gets a professional power wash!
Safari visitors got to see Ka testing on Saturday!
One of my favorite changes…love the fun color!
Social Media Jobs Promotions are very heavy at the moment
New Press Release
Six Flags Great Adventure Announces Wage Increase
Up to $20 Per Hour for Ride Operators
Premium Wages Implemented for Security, Lifeguards and Landscapers
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JACKSON, N.J. — March 22, 2022 — Six Flags Great Adventure today announced that it will raise the hourly wage for ride operators up to $20 during its busiest times.
Other key theme park positions such as security, lifeguards and landscapers will range from $16 to $18 per hour.
“Most positions will now pay from $15 to $20 per hour, and leadership positions will pay even more.
We want to recruit team members who will maintain our high standards of safety and guest service, and it’s crucial that we offer competitive wages to attract and retain these top employees,” said Park President John Winkler.
“This wage increase demonstrates our commitment to being the employer of choice for central New Jersey.”
Candidates can gain immediate interviews and land thrilling jobs in more than 10 diverse departments including rides, food service, retail and lifeguarding in preparation for
Six Flags Great Adventure’s opening April 2 and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor’s opening May 14. Six Flags Wild Safari opened March 19, and the park is currently hiring tour guides and gate guards.
“We offer an extremely easy, new application process through text, offer virtual hiring and training for efficiency and convenience, and many great perks like paid internships and flexible scheduling.
We’re proud to offer job opportunities for team members as young as 14 and advancement opportunities for those focused on career growth. We welcome second wage earners like teachers and bus drivers,
and provide great opportunities for senior citizens, too,” said Human Resources Manager Samantha Katcher.
Availability & Eligibility:
How to Apply:
Fast-Tracked Hiring & Training:
For more information on Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari and Hurricane Harbor, visit www.sixflags.com/greatadventure
In case you missed it…from previous weeks!
New Rides Department Pay-Rate Program!
To begin the season, the Rides department will have variable rates that includes Peak Demand dates at $20.00/hour!
Highest Rates will be for night shift.
Do not keep this a secret…tell your friends who are still pondering a summer job!
New for all parks ! Military Discount Tickets!
Reminder: Tell Your friends to join us!
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