And top of the thrill seekers list of places to work has to be Staffordshire theme park Alton Towers, which is home to rides like Oblivion and Nemesis. And if you land one of the positions at the park it comes with a benefits you'll love. All employees get a Merlin Magic Pass which offers 20 to 40 tickets to get into any Merlin park for free. Full-time staff get 40 tickets to get in free, while summer staff get The pass also entitles employees to 25 per cent discount in the park retail shops and restaurants and 40 per cent discount online on Lego.
Alton Towers is also home to CBeebies Land which caters for younger visitors looking for some fun - complete with smaller roller coasters.
The theme park also stages its famous Halloween favourite Scarefest and the fireworks spectacular which is always a huge hit with visitors. The park has now re-opened and is gearing up for the busy summer season and there are lots of jobs up for grabs from working in the kitchens, hotels, spa, at the park itself and is in need of entertainers ahead of this year's Scarefest.
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The manager provides day-to-day leadership support to the entertainments technical team, which includes technical aspects of all shows, special events and temporary installation work. They ensure all work undertaken, workshops, storage venues and entertainments areas are run and maintained safely, in accordance to codes, best practice, legislation and guidelines. For those who know their way around a kitchen, enthusiastic people are needed to join the four hotels. The new recruit will manage, supervise and help develop the menus as well as help recruit, train and manage kitchen staff, ensure health and safety procedures and strive to exceed the customers' expectations.
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Bosses are looking for someone with a strong background in catering, comfortable conducting training, a professional approach to work and a sense of fun. In preparation for the scariest time of the year, the theme park is in need of performers to shock and frighten visitors. This role will see performers have the opportunity to join the cast as the attraction expands for the new year.gatecbuvapout.ga
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The spa therapist will work as part of a team to maintain a place of luxury and relaxation by providing the highest standards of beauty therapy treatment and customer service. As the new therapist, they will play an ambassadorial role, providing guests with accurate information regarding the hotels in general and the spa in particular - including products and services that are available for sale.
In this role, the new recruit will need to be committed to delivering memorable experiences for guests on a daily basis and to help with the operation of the rides and attractions. They will ultimately be responsible for the safety of any guests on the ride, while also maintaining cleanliness and the strict safety policies.
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The successful applicants will be working in one of the four hotels including the world's first CBeebies Land Hotel. The Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent informs the visitor all about the industry in this region and you can also visit the Wedgewood and Spode visitor centres in the town.
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The atmospheric ruins of Tutbury Castle near Burton-on-Trent are also well worth a visit; Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned here for a time in Lichfield boasts a very fine cathedral where you can view a permanent display of items from the Staffordshire Hoard. The county town of Stafford is home to the Ancient High House, built in and the largest timber-framed town house in England. Stafford Castle boasts over years of history, its original motte and bailey castle topped with the ruins of the 19th century castle.
Near Stafford you will find the historic working estate at Shugborough, a great day out for all the family with history brought to life by costumed interpreters.
Whatever you get up to this summer, Derbyshire is a great place to explore and have fun. We cater for all tastes and ages, from gorgeous cocktails to a mouthwatering kids menu.
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With us, you will always enjoy a warm welcome, excellent food and drink, and second-to-none entertainment! All our dishes are prepared in our kitchens where allergens are present. We therefore cannot guarantee that all our dishes are free from traces of allergens. You must assess your own level of risk, based on your personal circumstances before consuming any of our food or drink.