Winnoland amusement park in Essonne seeking around 100 seasonal workers for reopening

Winnoland Amusement Park Prepares for 17th Season with Exciting New Attractions and Job Opportunities

Winnoland, an amusement park in Saint-Pierre-du-Perray, Essonne, is set to reopen on March 30. The park has been closed for winter but is currently being maintained and prepared for the upcoming season by a few employees. The park requires around 80 to 100 seasonal workers to accommodate families seeking fun and excitement.

Interested applicants can submit their CV and cover letter through email, the website, or come in person on February 17 for the job forum held on site. The park is looking for diverse positions such as ride operators, catering employees, cashier hosts and hostesses, cleaning agents, and entertainment agents.

The positions range in offering, and the park accepts applicants with or without experience. The main requirements are availability between March 30 and November 3. Most positions offer a contract of 35 hours per week paid at minimum wage with flexible hours. During peak season, hours will be more intense to ensure that visitors have an excellent experience at the park.

This marks the beginning of the 17th season of Winnoland and will see new features such as pedalosaurus, new catering options and a new store called Histoire d’os. A job forum will be held on February 17 at the park for those interested in working there.

Winnoland has weathered a few storms during its previous seasons but overall has been successful. This year’s season promises to be even better with exciting new attractions that are sure to thrill visitors of all ages.

Steeve Varinou, entertainment and communications manager at Winnoland encourages everyone who is interested in working at the park to apply now as soon as possible as spots fill up quickly.

“We are looking forward to welcoming new employees who share our passion for creating unforgettable memories,” said Varinou. “We offer a variety of positions that allow people from different backgrounds to contribute their skills while having fun.”

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