I worked at LEGOLAND part-time (More than a year)
I had a really good experience working as a model builder. As a model builder you do a couple different tasks. 1) Teach building classes to guests 2) Sign people up for classes 3) Greet guests 4) Go on off-site events to promote LEGOLAND. It doesn't really feel like a job because you have alot of fun while you work and the staff is very friendly.
- As a model builder the max amount of guests you interact with aside from greeting is 30 and that is during your classes. You interact with people of all levels of discipline and sometimes people can be really rude or difficult to work with.
Advice to Management
Provide better training. On my first day of work I observed a model builder teach a class while learning how to build the model and then had to teach my own class right after.
I applied online. I interviewed at LEGOLAND (Carlsbad, CA) in November 2015.
I applied for a seasonal, part-time position. I filled out the application online and a week or so later got an email asking me to come in for an interview. After i showed up to the interview it was one-on-one and I was only asked about 4 questions, it lasted about 15 minutes. A couple days later I got an email saying I got the job and they had me come in with a couple other people to sign some stuff and do a drug test. Very basic.
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