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Six Flags Ride Attendant Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jun 17, 2014
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Ride Attendant Interview

Ride Attendant
Arlington, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Six Flags in March 2014.

Interview Details – I applied online and then went to their job fair a couple of weeks later. There, I had to fill out some additional paperwork before I was interviewed. I went through two one-on-one interviews and was hired on the spot. It was a straightforward, simple process, and the interviews were very easy.

Interview Question – What do you think it means to work as a team?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiation.

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Lifeguard/Ride Attendant Interview

Lifeguard/Ride Attendant

I applied online - interviewed at Six Flags in April 2014.

Interview Details – To start, you fill out an online application. Eventually they email you back to say your application has been accepted and they set up an interview for you. The interview takes place at the Six Flags White Water park, in the Human Resources building. You have to sign in and after you're required to take a rather easy math test to see what jobs you qualify for. After this, you sit with the other applicants and your group is taken by a leader to a room where you're tested on your "team work" by playing some sort of game. If you pass this test (it's easy as long as you socialize and smile and communicate), then you're taken into the job room and allowed to question the managers of the jobs to see which one you would like. If you choose a lifeguard, you're asked questions about why you would like to be a lifeguard and they ask if you've been trained. Even if you have, you have to be trained by the park (it's expensive, about $200) and are able to choose a training date that consists of a weekend of working your butt off for numerous hours with all the other trainees.

Interview Question – Not really any specific question. Just be prepared to have to socialize and show you're able to communicate and have a good time because if you don't you'll be pulled aside and asked to leave.   Answer Question

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Ride Operator/Attendant Interview

Ride Operator/Attendant

I applied online - interviewed at Six Flags in March 2012.

Interview Details – Hiring was very easy and generic. All they asked was what you think a person in rides does and asked generic interview questions other companies may ask. Hiring was done on the spot and I got my paperwork that same day. Interviewer was nice and listened well. Overall, interview process is easy and the interviewers are nice

Interview Question – What do you think a ride operator/attendant does/is responsible for?   Answer Question

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Ride Attendant Interview

Ride Attendant
Austell, GA

I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Six Flags in January 2014.

Interview Details – took a math test 80 and above means you can work as a cashier. wait for a while then get called back for the second part which is talking to someone who asks you simple questions like why you want to work at six flags,if you pass you go to the next part which is going to your desired area for the last interview where you will answer questions related to that area. If you pass they will offer you a position .

Interview Question – none   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – be open working at six flags if you dont like being outside or people do not work there.

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Seasonal Ride Operator/Attendant Interview

Seasonal Ride Operator/Attendant
Atlanta, GA

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Six Flags in February 2013.

Interview Details – Business attire or Business Casaul. check in, walk with your group of time of interview in like groups of 5 people to 10 people depending on how large that group is for that hour, fill out some paper work, then interview, then math test. this test depends on what depts you can work in, after that you go somewhere within the park and they have all the depts. layed out with poster board giving you a brief description what they do and they will have their own employees from that dept and they will interview you might give you a job offer but go to several dept. and see which one you like more and will enjoy doing when you come to work. remember each own dept. has already a set salary so choose wisely unless you get a promotion.

Interview Question – No diffcult questions. I found thme pretty easy.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – either take the offer or walk away without a job offer.

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Ride Attendant Interview

Ride Attendant
Vallejo, CA

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Six Flags in May 2011.

Interview Details – When I first arrived I signed in and reviewed my online apllication. I sat around and waited for about 45 minutes then got called in a room with about 20 other applicants. The supervisors introduced themselves. Every applicant introduced themselves then we each took turns and answered two questions. The supervisors went outside to deliberate, came back in 5 minutes later, called the names of the people that didn't get hired and talked to them outside, then they came back in and told us we were hired. The next day I had to go back and turn in paper work an take a drug test.

Interview Question – If you were an animal what animal would you be and why?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiation. They tell the whole room what to write for their pay rate.

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