With both full time and temporary positions available, why don’t you join the Wicksteed Park family? We’re one of the region’s most popular Visitor Attractions with an unrivaled heritage.
Wicksteed Park aims to create a professional, FUN and safe environment for ALL visitors and employees. To enable us to do this we need to make sure that ALL employees are aware of and meet the required standards of presentation, behaviour and legal compliance of our employement terms. Find out more on this and other questions you may have below.
All employees are expected to abide by the following standards if successful in their application.
We are a non-smoking site, except in designated areas. You will be requried to use these designated areas only.
You may be required to wear a uniform on site.
You will be required to undergo a DBS check before you can work in the park.
You may be required to be tested for Drugs and Alcohol when undertaking your role.
This success of the park relies heavily on ALL employees being flexible and this can mean that you are required to work in other roles/areas of the park to that which you have been contracted for as your primary role. This flexibility may also extend to start and finish times.
You will be given training and support to enable you to effectively undertake you role(s) in the park and most importantly to enjoy your work.
We are commited to equality of opportunity in everything that we do; including recruitment. If you are unhappy with any aspect of this process please let us know.
Once you have applied for a role at Wicksteed Park your application will go through several stages during the process. The following is an outline of those stages.
Your application will be considered by the Recruiting Manager for the role you are applying for.
If your application is successful, you will be invited for an inteview to progress to the next stage. As part of the interview process, you may be offered a trial shift of the role.
If you are successful in securing a position at Wicksteed Park you will be contact by HR in the timescale provided during the interview process.
Unsuccessful applicants will be notified by email. Pleas ebe aware at peak periods there may be a delay for feedback due to the high volume of applications received.
If you are unsuccessful on this occasion or these is no job available immediately, you may request for us to keep your application on file for six months as part of a waiting list for suitable vacancies.
The above information attempts to answer some of the questions we think you might have BUT you will have the opportunity to ask any other questions you might have during your interview.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to Wicksteed Park good luck!