A Brampton Waterpark is Hiring for the Summer Very Soon
A family-friendly destination to have some wet fun has just partnered with three Brampton support centres to hire for the upcoming summer season.
Wet'n'Wild Toronto's newly renovated, 40-acre waterpark located near Pearson International Airport will be holding job fairs for all interested on March 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 25 from 1 to 6 p.m., and April 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“Wet’n’Wild Toronto strives to provide our guests with a 5 star experience, and has worked hard over the winter to develop special guest service training to meet that goal," General Manager Steve Mayer said.
"With this in mind, we realized the need to partner with outside employment services that will help with the recruiting, pre-screening and training of first-time employees.”
Each job fair will be held at three different Brampton locations - Costi Employment Services,the Centre for Education and Training, and Humber College Community Employment Services, respectively.
Applications are being accepted for a variety of roles such as lifeguards, cashiers, ticket booth attendants, dancers and entertainers, and water park attendants.
Applicants must be flexible between May through September 2019.
“We’re looking for candidates that have a positive mindset, work smart, are fun, respectful and aren’t shy or afraid to engage with our guests," Mayer said. “Interested applicants are encouraged to let their personalities shine at one of our upcoming job fairs.”
More information on the job fairs can be found at www.wetnwildtoronto.com or on their social media @wetnwildtoronto on Twitter or Instagram.
Registration can also be done at www.wetnwildtoronto.com/jobs or by emailing bramptonemployment [at] costi [dot] org for the March 9 registration date.
Costi Employment Services - 10 Gillingham Drive, Suite 300
Centre for Education and Training - 7700 Hurontario Street, Unit 601-Suite 100
Humber College Community Employment Services - 1620 Albion Road
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