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Want to work at Wonderland? They're hiring 4,000 people

Did we mention the free and unlimited use of the amusement park and water park when you're not working?
2020 01 22 Canada's Wonderland staff
Supplied photo/Canada's Wonderland
From lifeguards to actors, and paramedics to IT technicians, Canada’s Wonderland has more than 4,000 jobs to fill for the kickoff of the 2020 season May 1.
If working at the 300-acre amusement park in Vaughan that has more than 200 attractions sounds like fun, then you're sure to find the right job on the list of full-time and part-time jobs currently posted.
All departments are hiring, and applications are being accepted for positions like: aquatics lifeguards, theatre technicians, cooks, landscape technicians, security associates, park services sweeper, admissions associates, entertainment character performers, costumers, actors, dancers, singers, musicians, stage supervisors, group sales representatives, guest services associates, paramedics, IT technician, rides maintenance technicians, merchandise associates, ride operators, food and beverage associates, games associates, carpenters, HVAC technicians, warehouse shipper/receiver and more.
The minimum age requirement for the park’s seasonal positions ranges from 15 to 18.
"Canada’s Wonderland is a great place to work if you’re hunting for the perfect summer job," communications director Grace Peacock said. "Many of our full-time, year-round staff began their career as seasonal associates. Adults looking to supplement their income and retirees are welcome to apply, as well."
And take note all thrill-seeking amusement park fans, you get free and unlimited use of the park and water park during your off hours.
Other benefits include free promotional tickets for friends and family, access to exclusive employee events and activities throughout the season, discounts to partnering Ontario attractions, and discounts on food and merchandise.
Visit the jobs site to submit your resume online.

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