Disneyland Hosts Two-Day Job Fair This Week
As Disneyland Resort continues its quest to return to pre-pandemic capacity, a number of cast members are still needed to provide the quality of service that Disney is known for. This week, the Anaheim-based resort will host a two-day job fair on Tuesday and Wednesday hoping to fill the departmental voids.
Those interested should visit the Disneyland Hotel Exhibit Hall during the job fair, which begins at 9 a.m. PST and concludes at 3 p.m. PST each day.
With both part-time and full-time roles available, the focus of this fair appears to be in culinary and custodial roles. Signature Fine Dining Culinary and Pastry Culinary roles come with the possibility of a $1,500 hiring bonus. Those hired for work with Parks Food & Beverage as well as Parks Custodial may receive a $1,000 hiring bonus.
Spa roles are also available during this week’s job fair. The Tenaya Stone Spa just opened at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort.
“Relax, recharge and reinvigorate the senses at Tenaya Stone Spa, an all-new 6,000 square-foot facility inspired by the spirit of nature. Imbued with the hotel’s iconic Craftsman style as well as earth elements, the spa presents a serene setting for the ultimate in self-care,” according to the spa’s page.
Disneyland cast members receive a weekly pay, affordable health care coverage, tuition assistance through Disney Aspire, and child care support, in some roles.
Recently, the Walt Disney Company also began a large push to become more inclusive in their policies.
“We’ll never stop working to make sure that Disney is a welcoming workplace for all. With flexibility surrounding forms of personal expression such as gender-inclusive hairstyles, jewelry, nail styles, costume choices, and appropriate visible tattoos, our cast members are empowered to express their cultures and individuality at work,” states the Disneyland hiring website.
For more information on the job fair, including the required COVID liability waiver, visit the Disneyland hiring site.
Feature Image Credit: Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort