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Tampa, FL
5001 to 10000 employees
1959
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Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
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Working at Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens, a part of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, operates two theme parks, offering world-class roller coasters, tasty dining, and amazing live entertainment. Employees working at Busch Gardens, known as ambassadors, are split between their two parks ... Read more

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    I worked at Busch Gardens part-time

    Pros

    quick and easy for me

    Cons

    asked very little questions
    a lot of people there

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Busch Gardens Interviews

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    Park Operations Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    Application

    The process took a week. I interviewed at Busch Gardens in May 2017.

    Interview

    I applied online and it let me select my interview time as well. Make sure you schedule your interview early in the day as it takes longer than you'd expect. You'll get an email the day before reminding you about your interview. They do group interviews and the groups are no bigger than twelve people. Make sure you get there early because if your group fills up you'll have to wait for the next one. Once the interview starts you are split between two tables of six each. There is one person running the interview and two more people at the back taking notes. First you have to introduce yourself and draw three pictures that describe yourself. Make sure you can relate each back to the job; don't just draw pizza because you like pizza. After that we had to assemble a lego set with our group. It doesn't matter if you finish; they just want to see if you can work as a team. Last your group will be given two scenarios to work through and then one person will stand up and tell everyone how your group would solve them. After that they call you back for one-on-one interviews. These one-on-one interviews aren't really interviews. They basically just tell you if you're hired or not. As long as you dress nicely, volunteer to go first, and just generally participate and act like you want to be there you'll get hired.

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