Amusement and Recreation Attendant

About the job: The overall employment of amusement and recreation attendants is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026, which is as fast as average for all occupations. This means the demands are high and there are a large number of job openings. This should result in good job prospects for qualified applicants.

Where will you work: You will work at any amusement and recreation places, or facilities.

What will you do: Amusement and Recreation Attendants work on different jobs at an amusement or recreation facility. They may schedule use recreation facilities, maintain and provide equipment to participants of sporting events or recreational pursuits, or operate amusement concessions and rides.

How to become Amusement and recreation attendants: There is really no long training need for this job. All an applicant has to do is to be familiar with the job and a worker’s responsibility.

Job skills/requirements:

  • Speaking skills in communicating with co-workers and customers effectively.
  • Listens attentively.
  • With exceptional Customer Service that go above and beyond duty, depending on the customers’ need.
  • Should have people skills, and has a warm positive attitude.
  • An effective team player with a pleasing personality is a plus.

Industry: Entertainment, Customer Service

Minimum age: Generally 16+, 14 for certain positions

Expected wage: $11.28 per hour

Similar name: Ride Operator, Recreational Aide, Ski Lift Operator, Recreational Attendant

Related jobs: Counter and Rental Clerks, Cashier

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39-3091.00 – Amusement and Recreation Attendants

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