Hawaiian Falls offers job opportunities for candidates sixteen (16) years of age and older in a safe, value-centered, conservative and exciting atmosphere. There are great opportunities for students, teachers, single parents, extra wage earners, and seniors.
The best way to join the Hawaiian Falls team is to interview on the spot! Follow the steps below and plan to attend a 2016 Hawaiian Falls Job Fair coming in February and March. Applicants must be at least 16 years old at time of application and/or Job Fair date.
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Assist in handling of all cash operations at the park, help in providing end of day and daily reports to necessary people, oversee all cash control policies regarding cashiers and security, and perform some administrative duties throughout the day.
Operate cash registers, handle tickets, assist in cooler and bag checks, monitor exit and reentry into park, and handle guests concerns.
Assist in catering of large events, clean area daily throughout the day, take orders, and have knowledge on food codes.
Maintain restroom areas, grounds, and all buildings to ensure cleanliness, operate equipment to clean pools and slides, handle some chemicals using proper personal equipment.
Ability to communicate clearly via phone and email, proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, handle filing and reception duties, and other office tasks as needed.
Must perform lifeguard duties after receiving certification from Hawaiian Falls, attend weekly in-service meetings, and maintain a clean working environment. Applicant must be at least sixteen years old.
Provide TDH & NREMT license, provide care to sick and injured people, have proficient knowledge of two radios, keep work area clean and free of blood borne pathogens, keep equipment clean and stocked daily.
All E.M.T’s must complete Sexual Abuse and Harassment Training.
Must have ability to follow directions as it relates to food safety and personal wellness, maintain a clean work environment at all times, obtain a food handler permit as required by health department, and follow all city health and fire codes as they pertain to cooking and preparing of food.
NOTE: If applying for one of these three positions, simply attend one of our job fairs listed above. Food & Beverage employees DO NOT need to fill out the online application.
ADVENTURE PARK ATTENDANTS (Flight Crew)
Assist in daily testing and monitoring of the Adventure Park features. Safety harness, monitor, guide, send and receive guests throughout the park in a friendly manner. Adventure Park features include: Adventure Trail, ropes course with mini zip lines, climbing wall, cargo net, large zip lines and free fall. *Certain features require the Adventure Park attendant to be at least 18 years of age. *Recommended: No fear of heights
FREE FALL/BIG ZIPS ATTENDANTS
Includes all duties of Adventure Park Attendant. In addition, Flight Crew members running the free fall and big zip lines must be 18 years or older and have a larger focus on safety for our guests.
Responsible for safely shuttling guests from their cars to the entrance of the park and marking off reserved spaces during the weekends.
PLEASE NOTE: Everything our guests see and hear contributes to their “total experience.” Our employees must agree to maintain a professional, neat and clean appearance.
Uniforms – All employees are required to purchase a uniform at the cost of approximately $65 to $75 before their first workday. Uniform includes a shirt, shorts, belt and hat.
Name Tags – Must be worn and visible at all times.
Facial Hair - Mustaches and beards are not allowed. All Ambassadors must report to work clean-shaven.
Hair – Neat, natural haircuts are essential. Men's hair should be above the collar and not below the ears. Sideburns below the ears, ponytails, dreadlocks, extreme teasing, dyeing, bleaching or tinting are not permissible.
Shoes/ Socks – Comfortable tennis shoes (must be 80% white in color) with white socks are required for all ambassadors (excluding lifeguards). Water Safety staff may wear sandals with a back strap. No flip flops allowed.
Jewelry – One ring permitted on each hand, with the exception of wedding sets. A single pair of post earrings is acceptable only for females as long as the earring is no larger than the size of a dime. Dangle earrings are not allowed. Other than post earrings for females, piercings are not permitted. Male ambassadors may not wear earrings.
Sunglasses – Sunglasses are permitted but must be removed when conversing with a guest.
Makeup – Women may wear makeup to enhance natural features and create a fresh appearance. Extremes in lipstick, blush or eye makeup color and application are not permitted.
Fingernails – Clean and presentable nails are a must. If nail polish is used, extreme colors and application will not be permitted. Ambassadors in food service are not permitted to wear nail polish for safety reasons.
Tattoos – Ambassadors may not expose tattoos. A make-up cover up or bandage will be required to cover any tattoo not completely covered by an assigned uniform.
Cell Phones, Pagers & iPods – Ambassadors in uniform are not allowed to use cell phones at the park or entering the park from the parking lot.
Hawaiian Falls is pleased to announce our new partnership with Ellis & Associates. E&A is well know within the aquatics industry as the leader in lifeguard training. All lifeguards will be obtaining a new license in 2016.
Lifeguard Training Class Pricing:New & Returning Lifeguards - $165
Class includes an Ellis & Associates license as well as some of the lifeguard equipment needed to perform your job.
Lifeguard uniform pricing:
Board shorts - $13.00
Visor - $6.00
Hat - $8.00
Shirt - $10.00
Hip Pack - $6.00
Lifeguards need a hat or visor.
Other optional items also available for purchase.