Alton Towers is preparing to once again welcome back thrill-seekers eager to get on its rollercoasters when lockdown restrictions ease.
The Staffordshire theme park is currently closed due to the pandemic but is planning to open the rides and some of the self-contained accommodation on April 12 at the earliest, providing the restrictions are eased.
Usually, it welcomes people from far and wide looking for a day out and wanting to stay in its hotels to make the most of what it has to offer.
And in readiness for reopening it has job vacancies to fill across the site and is advertising them on Indeed.com.
Here are some of the jobs on offer at Indeed.com:
This role is full-time based on working four or five days a week and is fixed term from March 2021 until November 2021, as well as working weekends and bank holidays as required.
The training is set to begin from mid-March.
A spokesman said: "In this role you'll be committed to delivering memorable experiences for our guests on a daily basis and to help with the operation of our rides and attractions.
"You will ultimately be responsible for the safety and enjoyment of any guests on the ride, whilst also maintaining cleanliness and our strict safety policies. Where else can you say that you're responsible for a rollercoaster?"
The resort is known for providing high-quality family entertainment at its park and in the hotels and is looking for performers.
These include open auditions and those wanting to register an interest are asked to visit www.altontowersjobs.com.
A spokesman said: "Whether it is performing within unique character experiences in CBeebies Land, engaging with the guests in live street theatre, presenting game shows at the hotels or performing at unique events, we are seeking experienced professionals to join our entertainments team."
Conference and events host
Bosses are looking for people after variety to be part of the conference and banqueting department. They will be responsible for the setting up, servicing and 'breaking down' of conferences.
They will deliver food and drink to weddings, buffets and galas with anything from 10 to 500 guests.
The successful applicants will work within the state-of-the-art conference centre and the Emperor Suite, situated in the Alton Towers Hotels, and the conference facilities on the theme park.
Food and beverage host
This role is within a guest facing team where the new recruits will deliver service to the highest standard, ensuring the resort exceeds the expectations of all the guests through preparation, production and service.
A spokesman said: "Whether it be working in one of our fantastically themed restaurants and bars or one of our varied quick serve operations, you'll have the chance to gain experience in many diverse areas of our business."
Qualified lifeguards are needed to join the leisure operations team to supervise the safety of all the swimmers in the waterpark.
Bosses have said that those who do not have a National Pool Lifeguard qualification do not need to be put off as the resort will help them get it.
A spokesman said: "In this role you'll work within the leisure operations team to supervise the safety of all the swimmers in the Waterpark. You'll provide excellent guest care as well as safety for all guests visiting the Waterpark by achieving high standards of cleanliness and adhering to all policies that are in place."
The role is full-time, permanent, averaging 40 hours per week and will include weekends and bank holidays as required.
It requires carrying out gardening/grounds maintenance on the park as defined by the technical services department.
The main responsibilities will include landscaping, woodland management, pesticide spraying, ride area maintenance, tree work and watercourse maintenance.
The resort is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person who likes working in a fast-paced environment to become a receptionist at its hotels.
A spokesman said: "Want to make a great big smiling first impression? In this crucial customer facing role, the reception team alternate between our five hotels. It's vital that the team work together as it's the customers' first and last impression that really counts.
"You'll be responsible for taking ownership of any guest issues, cash and key handling as well as ensuring relevant guest information gets passed to the correct department."
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