Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Phoenix hiring for 500 jobs

Feb 19, 2020, 4:25 AM | Updated: 1:01 pm
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PHOENIX — Job-seeking Valley residents now have a plethora of new opportunities as warmer weather begins to approach the Grand Canyon State.

One such opportunity lies with Phoenix water park Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.

In preparation for the season opening on March 14, the park is looking to hire roughly 500 staff members, according to a press release.

The release states that job opportunities will span 15 different categories including lifeguards, food and beverage staff, cashiers, security, EMT’s, cooks and supervisors.

“Six Flags is a world-renowned leader in service and entertainment and we’re looking forward to hiring motivated, responsible individuals to join our team for the 2020 season,” Donald Spiller, the park’s general manager, said in the release.

“New team members will be given opportunities to learn and grow as they’re trained on Six Flags’ unwavering standard of safety and guest service.”

Job applicants must be at least 16 years of age, and can explore openings online.

Hurricane Harbor boasts over 30 attractions, including a 700,000-gallon wave pool, a winding lazy river and a 4,700 square-foot splash pool in addition to occasional fireworks displays and “dive in movies.”

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Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Phoenix hiring for 500 jobs