It’s the stuff your childhood dreams are made of. Wicksteed Park is holding a recruitment evening to fill dozens of summer roles.
They include vacancies for ‘fun makers’, catering roles, reception and box office assistants, stores workers, face painters, rush instructors and housekeepers.
The recruitment event will be held on Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm in the Celebration Suite at Wicksteed Park in Barton Road, Kettering.
Seasonal jobs begin at May half-term and full training will be provided.
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Bosses hope to attract people who are committed to customer service, and have a great rapport with children.
The park was opened in 1921 by Charles Wicksteed and is grade II listed. It attracts thousands of visitors each year to its popular rides including a mini train, a 90-year-old log flume and a double pirate ship that will welcome its last riders this summer.
In order to apply for a job, you must fill in an application form and take it with you to the event on Wednesday. Full details of how to apply can be found here