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  • [Question] How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

    Im intrested in working there, also I live in oceanside so it wouldnt be a problem getting there.
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    Re: How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

    Seasonal hiring is underway right now.
    Amnesia used to be my favourite word, but I forgot it.

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      Re: How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

      Originally posted by Exprmnt626 View Post
      Seasonal hiring is underway right now.
      I saw that . But I mean like for part time or fulltime.
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        Re: How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

        That would be the best way to get in the door.
        Amnesia used to be my favourite word, but I forgot it.

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          Re: How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

          Originally posted by White Bones View Post
          I saw that . But I mean like for part time or fulltime.
          For entry level you likely will have to start seasonal, show them your a hard worker, show an interest and hope they keep you on staff year round, but it could take more then 1 season.

          Back in the day when I worked at the SD Zoo I started seasonal in 1996 for spring and summer, and then laid off come fall, but then in 1997, poof at the end of the season I was kept on and continued to work there until the end of 1998.

          Seasonal is likely the route you will need to take to get your foot in for any entry level position.

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            Re: How often does Sea World San Diego hire people?

            Originally posted by jsmith11618 View Post
            For entry level you likely will have to start seasonal, show them your a hard worker, show an interest and hope they keep you on staff year round, but it could take more then 1 season.

            Back in the day when I worked at the SD Zoo I started seasonal in 1996 for spring and summer, and then laid off come fall, but then in 1997, poof at the end of the season I was kept on and continued to work there until the end of 1998.

            Seasonal is likely the route you will need to take to get your foot in for any entry level position.
            Ahh ok yeah. I just recently had that in mind
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