Need a Job? Universal Orlando Resort is Now Hiring


If you live in Florida and are looking for a job, Universal Orlando Resort has just announced that they are hiring for 3,000 new positions.

Here’s the original job posting…

“Universal is now hiring 3,000 new Team Members for full-time, part-time, seasonal and professional career opportunities across the entire resort.

Full and Part-time positions are available in all areas including Attractions, Food Services, Culinary, Custodial, Warehouse, Entrance Operations, Sales – and more. There are also numerous professional career opportunities available supporting Entertainment, Tech Services, IT, Finance, Marketing & Sales, Human Resources, to name a few. These leadership opportunities offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits packages.

Universal Orlando will hold multiple job fairs over the coming weeks. Job fairs are by appointment only. Interested candidates should apply online, and will then be contacted to schedule an interview appointment.

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Universal Orlando provides an exciting work environment for Team Members with great perks like free park admission, discounts, complimentary guest passes and more. The destination is constantly evolving and adding incredible new experiences for our guests – including this Spring’s launch of Fast & Furious – Supercharged, followed by the all-new Aventura Hotel opening later this year.”

The announcement comes as Universal is aggressively expanding to compete with Walt Disney World, which had a round of layoffs last year.

If you’d like to work for Universal Studios, you can fill out an application here.

[Source: Universal PR]


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