Jobs are available at the West Midlands Safari Park before the summer holidays.

Summer vacations are fast approaching and the West Midlands Safari Park is one of the most attractive places in the Midlands to see with children. Ahead of a busy summer for Worcestershire Park, a number of vacancies are being advertised on its website – from theme park operators to working in its huts and shops.

In addition to working in a unique environment with some amazing animals, the benefits of a job at the attraction include an honorary annual pass, which gives you and your family and friends free admission, as well as discounts at park stores. Also gives

Below we have compiled the jobs currently being advertised by Safari Park. You can find more information on the West Midlands Safari Park website. Here.

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Theme Park Operator

Hours: Up to 37.5 (permanent zero hour contract), weekends, bank holidays and evenings depending on individual and business needs.

deadline: Thursday, June 30

The safari park is looking for someone to ride its rides and attractions. Advise guests on safety information and ‘provide a safe, fun and memorable day’. The job advertisement added: “The ideal candidate’s attitude will be” can “and he will be willing to work hard to give his guests the best day.

“Ideally, we are looking for applicants who are highly motivated, able to follow security procedures and demonstrate credibility.”

Venice Assistant

Hours: Up to 37.5, depending on business requirements (permanent zero hour contract), will include weekends, evenings, late nights and bank holidays.

deadline: Friday, July 1

There is currently a vacancy for Venues Assistant, which will be involved in various tasks including receiving guests, arranging events and table service. The job advertisement states: “As a venue assistant, you will always help ensure that our guests’ expectations are met or exceeded in creating a memorable experience.”

An African lion in a West Midlands safari park

Food and Beverage Assistant

Hours: Up to 37.5, depending on business requirements (permanent zero hour contract), will include weekends, evenings, late nights and bank holidays.

deadline: Friday, July 8

This role involves working in a retail catering environment such as refreshment kiosks and confectionery shops. The safari park says a typical day involves a transaction to serve guests refreshments such as ice cream, bottled drinks, sweets, crisps and other delicacies and snacks.

The job advertisement added: “The ideal candidate will need to be highly motivated, have a strong customer focus, be accessible and friendly and be confident in handling cash and card transactions. We offer excellent job training to ensure your growth and development. A set of skills helps you build some of the best career experiences. ”

Retail and Admission Assistant

Hours: Up to 37.5, depending on business requirements (permanent zero hour contract), will include weekends, evenings, late nights and bank holidays.

deadline: Friday, July 8

Safari Park is looking for someone to accomplish a variety of tasks, including working in retail stores, selling guidebooks, face painting, and selling mobile units. The job advertisement states: “We offer excellent job training to ensure that you expand and develop your set of skills, and help you build some of the best career experiences.” Do

“The ideal candidate will need a lot of motivation, strong customer focus, sales flair and confidence in handling cash and card transactions.”

Facilities Assistant

Hours: Up to 37.5, depending on business requirements (permanent zero hour contract), will include weekends, evenings, late nights and bank holidays.

deadline: Friday, July 15

Facilities assistant roles include responsibilities such as garbage collection, general cleaning, cleaning guest and staff areas, and guest car parking duties. The job advertisement added: “This role is essential for the high quality day-to-day maintenance of the site and includes assistance in offering the park.”

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