LOCAL INFO: The village of Tinley Park can offer a wide range of entertainment options, cultural opportunities, recreational activities, superb dining, great shopping and an enviable location that puts the VIllage within easy reach of world-renowned attractions.
This is a destination for all to enjoy, with access to unlimited entertainment choices. From special events held right here in the quaint downtown center to dynamic attractions in Chicago and other nearby towns, visitors can expect to have fun-filled days and nights during their stay in Tinley Park.
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JOB TITLE: Amusement park: seasonal (cafe, ticket booth, ride attendant) and internship
COMPANY TYPE: Amusement park
QUALIFICATIONS: Very good English for Cafe and Ticket booth and internship positions.
Café: Retailing, register and serve customers food
Ticket booth: Booking and selling tickets
Ride Attendant: Dealing with Customers daily mainly kids; Operating the attraction (ride) per the rules and requirements; Having a Smiling face and always being kind and friendly; Daily Cleaning , from Sweeping mopping and wiping down games and rides and floor; Nightly cleaning of area before we leave; Making sure we are customer service friendly.
Job requires standing and working outside some inside.
Internship: Marketing and sales training
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $9.00 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32-40 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 4 – 6 days per week.
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: At work 50% off meals
LOCATION: Greater Chicago, IL
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Students will ride bikes to work. Students can purchase their own bike to get to work and wear a helmet that is a must. Or they have the option to Rent a bike and helmet for $75. For the entire summer.
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: 10 minutes walk
HOUSING: Provided. Living with a host company. 6 people per house. Housing includes a Separate Refrigerator for students food. Also a separate bathroom for their stuff. It includes TV and Internet Highspeed. It includes all linens for bed and pillows. Etc. All kitchen utensils the only thing people need is to buy food and bring their clothes.
HOUSING COSTS: $400.00 per month per student
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $100 returned upon completion of program and housing left in same condition as received. If the participants leave early the deposit is forfeited.
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Airport transportation available $35.00 per person to pick up from airport O’hare