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Six Flags Bowie, MD

If you are looking for a great summer job that will allow you to interact with a wide range of people, join our team at Six Flags! We are currently… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Loss Prevention/Investigator

Six Flags Bowie, MD

include shoplifter apprehension, employee investigations, surveillance, undercover operations, and mystery shopping in a professional… Snagajob

7 days ago

Human Resources

Six Flags Bowie, MD

The purpose of this position is to assist employees and applicants within the Human Resources office in friendly efficient and organized manner. Job… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Food Service

Six Flags Bowie, MD

If you are an outgoing and high-energy Food Service Host/Hostess who is seeking an exciting and dynamic employment opportunity, join our Six Flags… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Ride Attendants/Operators

Six Flags Bowie, MD

As a Ride Operator, you will comply with all the policies and procedures of Six Flags. You will assist guests and always operate the ride in a safe… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Entertainment Techs

Six Flags Bowie, MD

The purpose of this position is to provide tech support for entertainment venues. These positions may include activities such as sound, lighting… Snagajob

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Six Flags Chairman, President, and CEO James W. P. (Jim) Reid-Anderson
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    Understaffed and under paid.

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    Former Employee - Supervisor in Upper Marlboro, MD
    Former Employee - Supervisor in Upper Marlboro, MD

    I worked at Six Flags full-time (more than an year)


    Get to work with some great people and guests.


    Always making magic out of nothing. Technical and production staffing is similar to a carnival in the entertainment area.Poorly invested in long term development.

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    Learn from other effective parks about staff development and retention. If the park is managed like a small business with world class expectation, that will continue to run out of good team members and fall apart once again.A park run by a few dedicated people, verses a developed team will create burnout on the few.It's not just about fair pay but more development of the team to lead and invest into the park on and off season. Maybe getting the whole staff to spend one or two days to touch up the paint and back areas would be a good start to the season. A 2-4 lecture with some more power points from departments will only set the stage. More must be done throughout the beginning middle and end as a park and departments.

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