I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Six Flags.
Interview Details – I applied online and within a week or two, I got a call back to schedule my interview. On the day of my interview, I came in and filled some paperwork out and had my one on one interview. I was asked about three questions and then came out and was put into a line which would eventually be for a group interview with all the other candidates. We all went into this conference style room and they asked situation style questions and other things. The interviewers went out for a few minutes and talked and then called individuals out of the room. They came back in and told us that everyone in the room was being offered a job and thanked us for being the people we are. We left and did a drug test before getting the usual company packet paperwork and scheduling for our training session.
Interview Question – Special/ Secret Talent View Answer
Negotiation Details – NO
Interviewed at Six Flags
Interview Details – I filled out an online application, waited about a week, and then got a call from HR saying I was chosen for an interview. Was interviewed and hired on the spot. All that came after that was a drug test, loss prevention sit-down, orientation, and the issuing of my uniform.
Interview Question – I wont say exactly, but it had to do with unusual situations in the work environment and how to handle them. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Six Flags in November 2012.
Interview Details – The hiring and interview process was overwhelmingly easily. It seems as though if you can pass a DT and don't answer their question of, "Why would you like to work for Six Flags?" with, "Cause I need the cash", then you're hired! After you pass your DT, you will be handed a hiring packet which includes a manual that will familiarize you with the company's employee policies, general house rules, forms of requirement for employment such as your personal information (ss card, voided check, etc), and a background on the company's history, as well as your local park's history and blueprinted future. You will be then asked to come back for a group interview in which you will "audition" in front of the recruiters. The audition process mainly consists of a personal introduction and talent, and then group and 1:1 customer service scenarios where you will be tested on your competence, empathy, and time. This is where it does get a bit difficult as the aforementioned tests are what will decide whether or not they will ask you to leave the room, and thank you for your time. If you PASS, you will be handed a slip that will invite you to your "Discovery training", which is a presentation on company guidelines and a rundown of your everyday work life for the season. The Discovery training presentation usually is held a week or two weeks after your initial interview, and group interview/audition. By the point of the discovery training, you are officially hired and do get paid for your time.
Interview Question – "Show us something you can do that nobody else we have hired can do or does" View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Six Flags in April 2011.
Interview Details – very relaxed interview, almost everyone can get the job offer
Interview Question – ask you to perform a upsell Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Six Flags in January 2011.
Interview Details – It was a very easy interview process, I had two one on one interviews where they asked me general questions such as an example of how I solved a problem recently, etc.
Interview Question – What was a recent problem that you solved? Answer Question
Pros: Benefits like discounted tickets, season passes, free entry for you and a friend to all Six Flags Parks, discounts on food and items inside the park when you come as a guest. The job advancement is real fast depending on what department you work at. – Full Review
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