EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT) - PIER
Are you looking to use your EMT skills in a unique environment? Morey’s Piers is seeking EMTs to join our Pier Operations Team. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, administering and documenting First Aid provided to Guests and Associates of Morey’s Piers. EMTs will also be required to assist in pier operations as needed.
We specialize in providing our guests with quality and fun merchandise whether it’s souvenirs, clothing or simply something for that sunburn. Retail is a small but dynamic department, with options to work in various retail outlets including The Morey Store, ride photo booths and other locations. Retail associates engage our guests; keep store areas clean, attractive and properly merchandised; and greet everyone with a friendly attitude.
Special Events Team
The Special Events Team provides support to the Sales and Marketing Teams during the implementation of scheduled events on Morey’s Piers. This is a part time, flexible position and Morey’s Piers does NOT guarantee team members a minimum number of hours weekly, monthly or seasonally. Members of the team are are expected to be available to work for the majority of events held throughout the season.
Cash Control Attendant
Cash Control Attendants are responsible for providing all functions relative to making, issuing, counting and auditing cashier banks. This is a small department with limited positions.
Pier Operation Training Specialist
As members of our Pier Operations team, Training Specialists will facilitate company and departmental trainings, perform individual and group ride trainings, conduct in-service classes and complete operational audits of our facilities and Associates. This is a seasonal, part time position offering hourly pay and end of season bonus. Hours are flexible with days, nights and weekends available. All position specific training and certification is provided on site. Candidates must demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, work independently and with a team, and walk or stand for up to 6 hours. Training or teaching experience is a plus.
To apply, please email a resume and cover letter with the subject line “Training Specialist” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a member of our Ride Operations team, the Senior Supervisor will assist in the management of up to 30 rides and attractions, oversee up to 150 seasonal front line staff and manage a team of up to 12 seasonal supervisors on one facility. Management includes, but is not limited to, training, supervising and ensuring the safe and efficient operation of all attractions as well as adherence to safety policies and procedures by Associates, providing corrective action as well as recognition accordingly. The Senior Supervisor will interact with Guests to ensure exceptional experience and manage Guest concerns effectively.
This is a seasonal, position, mid-April to mid-October, offering hourly pay with scheduled shifts, including days, nights and weekends, totaling 60+ hours per week between May 1 and August 31.Candidates must demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, handle multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously, work outdoors in varying weather conditions and walk or stand for up to 8 hours.
To apply, please email a resume and cover letter with the subject line “Senior Supervisor” to email@example.com.