View Full Version : Walt Disney World is hiring!

03-28-2011, 08:28 PM
Disney sent me an email saying they are hiring.
Here is what it said in the email:

Dreams. That's what you'll find at the Walt Disney WorldŽ Resort. There are many Guest Service and Entertainment roles in which our Cast Members bring Disney dreams to life. From our enchanted Theme Parks and world-class Resort Hotels to our spectacular shows and beloved characters, Walt Disney World Resort Cast Members have a world of opportunity, and take pride in turning dreams into realities.

Full-time, part-time and seasonal roles currently available:

Character Look-alike Performers
Character Performers
Quick Service Foods
New hire Cast Members now receive a staring rate of $7.55 - 11.75 for hourly roles.

Full-time Cast Members may also be eligible for medical, dental and vision coverage; plus paid vacation and sick leave. All Cast Members receive Theme Park admission and discounts at select dining, merchandise and recreation locations.

For more information, visit:

03-28-2011, 09:40 PM
How fun! Would love this!

03-28-2011, 09:46 PM
Wish I could apply! Maybe in a few years once the kids have graduated from college.


03-28-2011, 10:37 PM
Wish I could figure out about job openings in the children's clubs like the NeverLand Club. My degree and 24 years of experience is working with children and families, so would want something like that. Any ideas out there for how to do this? Do you just apply? When Idid that I needed to apply for a specific position/opening so did not want to list custodial, or ride operator or something not applicable to my specific area of expertise.

03-28-2011, 11:33 PM
I worked at the Neverland Club and the club at the GF during my College Program in 2006. At the time, the ladies who worked there had been there many, many years. There are rarely openings there, because the people never leave. They honestly each employ 2-3 people TOPS full-time at each location. The rest of the hours are picked up by College Program Lifeguards and other Recreation staff around the resort. It was really, really fun! The pay is pretty low, though.

What you would want to do is apply for a general recreation position at a resort. Those can be a tad easier to obtain - but not much. And then just ask the manager in the area to give you some shifts in the childcare centers. Let them know your intentions. Eventually, a position will open there and you can be first in line!

03-29-2011, 06:53 AM
I got the same email! Don't know when I signed up for this one. I can't get a PIN email, but I get everything else.

03-29-2011, 06:57 AM
My cousin just got a job there working at the Bakery on the Boardwalk. She likes it so far.