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Programs / Work and Travel Summer / Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park Resort : Non-Lifeguard (Summer 2023: Promotion Locations)

Position Opportunity
Position
- PM Flex
- Ride Attendant
- Room Attendant
- ตำแหน่งงาน ทางตัวแทนนายจ้าง/ นายจ้าง จะเป็นผู้พิจารณาตอนสัมภาษณ์ รวมถึงตอนที่น้องไปถึงอเมริกานะคะ *
Rate
$10 per hour
Hours
Average 32-40 hours per week
Start Date
May 7 - June 17, 2023
End Date
September 5 - September 7, 2023
*วันเริ่มงาน/จบงานจะขึ้นอยู่กับทางองค์กรแลกเปลี่ยนและนายจ้างพิจารณาอีกครั้ง*
Remark
Housing Information
Housing
$100/week/person (*Rates are subject to change)

◾In each room there are 3 to 4 twin sized beds with mattresses and a shelf and locker above to store your items. Linens and a pillow are provided by Hiawatha. There is a fridge and microwave in the room.
◾Each student will get their own bed.
◾If you are a couple and want to live together, you MUST have another person that will agree to live with you before arrival. There must be at least three people living in the room. There is no guarantee that you will be able to room together during your time on program however Hiawatha will do their best to accommodate your request.
◾You may REQUEST to live with your friends upon arrival, however it is not guaranteed.
◾There is NO alcohol allowed on property.
◾Visitors will have to remain in the common area during visit and will not be allowed in the rooms.
◾Laundry is located onsite, free unlimited washer and dryer use.
◾Rooms inspections will be given weekly and if the room is dirty or has damage, there may be a fee of $25.
◾Washer Please read over the lease agreement attached to your Job Offer for Rules and Regulations of the housing. Please check out the following websites for more information and photos!
◾http://www.hiawatha.ws/
***Information is subject to change***
Housing Deposit Required
Deposit $300, $200 refundable if lease terms are met, $100 non-refundable covers unlimited laundry and admin fees. Due before or upon arrival: $300 deposit + 2 weeks rent ($200)= $500 **Information is subject to change!!

If you are fired or quit from your Host Company you forfeit your entire deposit and are responsible for the remaining balance of the rent.
Transportation to work
Walk / Bike
State
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Detail

Mt. Olympus is the world’s largest Theme Park and Water Park Resort, with almost 1,000 guest rooms, camping sites, tree houses, and villas.

There’s something for everyone here at Mt. Olympus Theme Park and Water Park Resort. In addition to our 44 slides and water rides, our 200 acre outdoor park features 5 Rollercoasters and 8 go-kart tracks, plus golfing in the fall and skiing and tubing in the winter. Also, our 120,000 square foot indoor park offers water slides, Go-Karts and attractions year-round! 

http://www.mtolympuspark.com


Room Attendant
Housekeepers responsibility is to maintain a clean, sanitary, comfortable and tidy environment for our guests. Our resort has 2-3 bedroom condominiums, suites, villas and cabins that require housekeeping duties. Housekeepers may be asked to help in our laundry department that will require the cleaning (washing and drying) of all hotel linens, replenish supplies and stock of linen through housekeeping closets throughout the hotel.

PM Flex
The PM Flex position reports to the night maintenance manager. Adaptability to changing work conditions is a must. This position will regularly rotate between the role of Runner and Laundry based on resort needs. Runners responsibility is for all of the guests’ requests that are communicated by the front desk after 4PM. They supply the swimming pool and waterpark with clean towels and remove all dirty ones. Laundry attendants are responsible for supplying internal and external customers with the superior service of clean linens. Responsibilities include the daily ops of the laundry including loading washers, unloading dryers, and stocking all linens in an organized and clean environment.

Ride Attendant
Responsible for supervising, monitoring, repairing, and attending to park rides, including boarding and securing passengers, starting rides, and ensuring passengers exit safely. Ride operators work for amusements parks where their main responsibility is the safe operation of a ride or series of rides. They assist guests in operating rides in a safe manner and provide them with training on how to ride safely. They also supervise and monitor rides during the time they are in operation.