Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Cedar Fair
- Area Supervisor (2)
- Ride Operator (2)
- Team Lead (2)
- General Merchandise Clerk (1)
- Internal Audit Internship (1)
- Server (1)
- Marketing Inter (1)
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- Ticket Seller (1)
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- Revenue Accounting Clerk (1)
- Ride Associate (1)
- Cash Control (1)
- Maze Usher Halloween Haunt (1)
- Ride Maintenance Mechanic (1)
- Arcade Attendee (1)
- Mechanic/Ride's Maintenance (1)
- Games Operator (1)
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Ride Operator Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Cedar Fair (Kansas City, MO) in May 2013.
Because they hire a lot of people, the process couldn't have been simpler or easier! I filled out an online application. After that they use an open interview process where you come in, the website has specific dates and times. You have a quick interview with someone from HR, then just minutes later, if they're still interested they'll have a second, slightly more in depth interview. If you pass these two then congrats, you've pretty much made it. You'll have a final interview with the manager. This one is pretty relaxed though, she just asks questions about who you are and tries to get to know you some, then if she is going to give you a job she'll tell you what rides has positions available. If you're 17 or younger be prepared to not be able to work the bigger rides. MO law requires operators at those rides to be 18+. Anyway, WoF is a great place to work. Enjoy!
- For me it was "Describe yourself in three words" 1 Answer
As far as negotiation goes, wages are set park wide so pay goes up when you get promoted. WoF is awesome about catering to accommodations, so if you have one, let the Rides Manager know, she'll work with you. Perhaps the best thing to "negotiate" is your ride. Don't over think it, you'll be able to work with your supervisors to switch if you want.
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Cedar Fair (Allentown, PA) in May 2010.
I applied online and was called back the next day. We set up an interview for a few days later. Easiest interview I've ever done. They seemed ridiculously impressed that I dressed professionally. I was taken back to an office and was told to fill out another application with questions like "tell us about a time where you needed to appease someone." The hiring manager came back and looked over my paper and said that I wrote too much, but laughed about it. We talked a little bit and he made me feel very comfortable. I was never officially offered the job at the interview, but rather was told that I got it. Then I had to go online later and accept the position. They need a huge number of employees for the summer, so they hire pretty much anyone.
- Have you been to the park before? Where is the closet bathroom to steel force? 1 Answer