Cedar Fair Application Online – Jobs & Careers
Cedar Point opened in 1870 as a recreational area. The park was developed over the years going through only a few managements. The park belonged to the Cedar Point Pleasure Company. In 1974, Cedar Point Pleasure Company proposed building an amusement park in Cambridge Township, Michigan on the former Frontier City amusement park site. Those plans were abandoned in 1975. Three years later, Cedar Point acquired Valleyfair. The name Cedar Fair then was derived from the names of both parks, “”Cedar”” coming from Cedar Point and “”Fair”” coming from Valleyfair. Cedar Fair was founded in 1983 then went public on April 29, 1987.
Minimum Work Age;Â 18 years old
Cedar Fair Working Hours;Â Monday – Saturday: 11:00pm-12:00am; Sunday: 12:00pm-9:00pm
Job Positions at Cedar Fair;Â Cashier/Ticket Taker (Admissions/Tolls), Customer Service Host, Ride Host, Lifeguard, Sweep, Guest Pet/Farm Attendant, Restroom Host, Traffic Host, Building Cleaning Attendant, Bus Driver, Office Clerk/Data Entry, Sales Associate, Ride Photo Associate, Craft Positions (Blacksmith, Wood Carver, Glass Blower, Candle Maker), Warehouse Attendant, Group Sales/Marketing Clerk, Information Assistant, Laborer, Landscaper, Mechanic (Automotive/Ride), Grounds Attendant, Housekeeping Attendant, Registration/Reservation Clerk, Courtesy Car Driver, Laundry Attendant, Recreation Center Attendant, Mail Delivery Carrier, Arcade/Games Host, Arcade Mechanic, Weight Guesser, Vending Attendant, Bartender, Cook, Dishwasher, Food Host/Cashier, Food/Beverage Server, Saloon Host, Bank Teller, Firefighter/Paramedic, Security Officer
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Cedar Fair Job Opportunities
Join in on the fun working at Ohio’s premier waterpark! Make lifelong friendships while gaining valuable experience in a workplace that is fun and rewarding their provide each and every guest with their BEST DAY of the summer!
Benefits of Working at Cedar FairÂ
- FLEXIBLE scheduling
- FREE admission to Wildwater Kingdom on your days off
- FREE admission to Cedar Point, Kings Island and all Cedar Fair Entertainment Company parks with your ID badge
- Earn four FREE passes to the park after working 30 days
- FREE associate picnic breakfast and luncheon events
- FREE slide nights, movie nights, contest, and other special events
- DISCOUNTS to local restaurants and merchandise with associate ID badge
Learn about jobs:
The primary responsibility as a Rides Associate is to assist each guest in safely riding each ride. This includes greeting the guest at the entry of a ride, explaining the limitations and restrictions to the guest and securing safety restraints. A RidesÂ AssociateÂ is also responsible for cleaning their assigned ride.
Merchandise Associates assist guests in making purchases. This includes helping the guests select and locate items, accept payment and wrapping/bagging purchases. Additional responsibilities include stocking and organizing product to be appealing to guests and maintaining a clean environment.
The Admissions Area includes toll booth, traffic, turnstiles, and tickets. The primary responsibility in the Admissions Area is to make sure the guests get to the park safely. Other responsibilities could include ringing the guest’s sale on a cash register; accepting payment from the guests; making change; and providing guests with information and directions.
The Park Services Attendant’s focus is guest service. This includesÂ everything from providing guests with information and directions to keeping the midways clean of debris, to keeping rest room dispensers stocked with supplies on a regular basis.
The primary responsibility ofÂ Lifeguards is guarding swimmers and ensuringÂ safe and efficient operation of the aquatic areas in the waterpark. Theyâ€™ll work directly and communicate with waterpark guests in a variety of situations. Lifeguards will achieve full certification in accordance with the National Pool and Waterpark Lifeguard Training Program as developed by Jeff Ellis & Associates.
There are various responsibilities of Food and Beverage Associates. From helping the guest decide what type of food they would like to ringing the sale on a cash register to maintaining a sanitary work environmentâ€“Itâ€™s a fast paced environment with the opportunity to work many positions.
Games Attendants assist the guest in games of skill. This can include explaining the rules of the game, making change, awarding prizes and more. A Games Attendant is also responsible for housekeeping, stocking prizes, and safety in their assigned location.