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I worked at Space Needle part-time (more than a year)Pros
Flexible schedules. Easy. Decent money for a part time job.Cons
Some of the people are lazy-->Split tips evenly no matter what.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Space Needle in April 2014.Interview Details
First you apply, then you get a follow up call inviting you to a "Job fair" interview and they try and make you feel special by giving you a ticket and telling you this is a invite only..however they have already interviewed half of Seattle. The next step is once u get to the floor they have seats and stations arranged for the interviewers.
They call you according to the position you have applied for. you meet with one woman/man even if you do your best it probably is not good enough, however if the company had any other doubts in my resume it should have been addressed early. rather than waiting 3 weeks later.
After the interview. you are told to go sit back out in the lobby and you would move on to the next station to interview with the actual hiring manager, this never happened, the woman came back out and said he's super busy, but they will call you back for a another interview later that week.
This also never happened. You follow up with the HR and they continuously said they had no information and would let you know when they do, after calling 2 more times and one email expressing interest ,they still do not respond.
Now its 5/19/2014 and 3 weeks later and Just now receiving an email that you was not chosen as a candidate for a Job even though you are well OVER qualified for! it was a waste of time and gas and money! because you will have to pay for parking $10 bucks! THIS COMPANY IS DISORGANIZED.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
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Space Needle Corporation looms large over Seattle. The company owns the Emerald City's Space Needle, the 605-foot historical landmark that is recognized as the symbol of the city. Built in 1962 as part of the Seattle World's Fair, the Space Needle features an observation deck, the SkyCity revolving restaurant, meeting and banquet facilities, and the SpaceBase retail shop. Needle architect John Graham, Bagley Wright, Howard Wright, Ned Skinner, and Norton Clapp formed the Pentagram Corporation to build the needle. They all eventually sold their shares to Howard Wright (of...